Designation : ASSISTANT ORGANIZATION DESIGN OFFICER (Code- EDU23-00601)
1. PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES
1.1. Improve and sustain service delivery across organization by working with the First Assistant Secretaries and senior staff to conduct regular systems review, develop and systematically implement improvement initiatives to improve underlying systems and processes.
1.2. Assist the Senior Organization development officer to do work force planning for the department.
1.3. Assist in doing system review of functions, roles and responsibilities of positions; Review positions, Review Job Descriptions, Review Budget, Review Personal Emoluments, etc.
1.4. Assist the section/unit head to submit proposals to Organization Review Team (ORT).
1.5. Produce ID Cards for DoE officers currently on Staff Establishment Registry.
1.6. Consult Human Resource Administration branch to formalize recruitment of officers on positions in the Staff Establishment Registry.
1.7. Coordinate ongoing systems review and improvement cycle by developing, reviewing and assessing the systems improvement cycle.
1.8. Continuously measure, improve and sustain systems performance by defining systems standards of performance and setting benchmarks.
1.9. Advise on change and drive change management in the department to ensure successful implementation of agreed systems improvement initiatives.
1.10. Support in providing training for staff by working within the team to assist staff development officers to prepare and deliver training programs.
1.11. Contribute to positive and effective team building activities by participating in various Organization Development activities to achieve work area targets.
1.12. Achieve performance excellence in work area by implementing constructive feedback on performance from the immediate supervisor and colleagues.
1.13. Achieve or exceed client satisfaction by personally or being part of the team to provide consistent and efficient client service through performing of various processes and transactions.
1.14. Contribute to maintain performance in activity or functional area by providing cover and relief assistance to work area when required on own initiative.
1.15. Incorporate Gender Equity and Social Inclusion Principles and values of Honesty, Integrity, Accountability, Respect, Wisdom and Responsibility in programs, Activities and initiatives to foster positive work ethics.
2. QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, WORK EXPERIENCES
2.1.1. Diploma or Degree qualification in Arts, Education, HRM, or Management.
2.2.1. Broad knowledge of the process improvements initiatives undertaken by PSRMU.
2.2.2. Knowledge of PSGO relating to organization Development.
2.2.3. Sound knowledge of process improvement methods and approaches.
2.2.4. Sound knowledge of change management principles and practices.
2.3.1. Ability to review and analyze systems/ business processes, evaluating alternatives and making practical recommendations based on findings.
2.3.2. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
2.3.3. Ability to interact with people and teams at different levels of the organization.
2.3.4. Ability to initiate, and win support to implement change initiatives.
2.3.5. Demonstrated ability in program development (including proposal, submission development) and giving presentations.
2.3.6. Computer literate in Microsoft applications
2.3.7. Able to contribute and participate in team activities.
2.4. Work Experience
2.4.1. 3-4 years’ experience in organization development, HR or relevant experience in systems/processes’ improvement. Further experience in managing change is preferable.
K38,145 – K46,621