MANAGER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT -2 POSTS-

  • National Police Service Commission
  • Skypark Plaza, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Oct 09, 2017 - Nov 09, 2017
Full time Management

Job Description

Managerial Responsibilities

(i) Ensures implementation of the Human Capital management strategy that ensures the commission is transformed, has optimal staffing levels, and that the human capital is fully engaged and capable of the delivery of current and future goals

(ii) Implements the work plans derived from the human capital strategy, to ensure that the strategy is delivered, and that the operations of the department are in line with the overall commission strategy

(iii) Monitor and implement the human capital budget, to ensure efficient allocation of resources necessary for quality implementation of the human resource strategy, to ensure efficiency in the use of resources that supports the commission objectives on cost management

(iv) Participate in the development of human capital policies and procedures

(v) Champion the performance of other divisions through the development of enhanced performance management systems and culture that is linked to reward and that is fully integrated with all other people, products, and processes, to ensure the overall achievement of National Police Service Commission strategic objectives

(vi) Coordinate human capital initiatives and engagement activities that develop employee career paths through organization development, to ensure a high employee retention rate and performance

(vii) Monitor key HR metrics to ensure effectiveness of the HR initiatives which contributes to the commissions overall performance.

Operational Responsibilities

(i) Liaise with senior management team to develop staffing plan for efficient, professional recruitment process

(ii) Develop training needs assessment tools and conduct needs survey to inform the annual training plan

(iii) Assess Human Resource Management training needs and develop Human Resource Management plans which meet current and projected organizational needs

(iv) Conduct HRM training projections and prepare training programs for implementation

(v) Interpret and implement disciplinary Manual and Procedure and ensure adherence by all staff

(vi) Foster professionalism and a culture that emphasizes equality, integrity, continuous improvement, high performance and team building

(vii) Work closely with all line managers to assess employee performance against agreed performance indicators and identify areas of growth and development

(viii) Liaise with relevant NPSCs on staff pension and medical schemes

(ix) Coordinate the timely statutory and non-statutory deductions and remittance

(x) Provide employee development and counseling assistance to enhance employees’ performance and productivity

Qualifications Knowledge and Skills:

(i) Bachelor’s degree in social sciences from a recognized University in any of the following fields; HRM, Business Administration, or Public Administration

(ii) Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management/Development

(iii) A member of a relevant Human Resource Management professional body

(iv) Computer literacy (v) Knowledge of relevant legislation ( the constitution, labor related laws)

(vi) Knowledge of professional standards (vii) Communication skills

(viii) Interpersonal skills

(ix) Organizational skills

(x) Ability to work under pressure

(xi) Ability to lead and manage teams

 (xii) Problem solving skills

(xiii) Supervisory skills

(xiv) Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya

(xv) Ten(10) years of service , of which three

(3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization