Designation : SENIOR STAFF PERFORMANCE OFFICER (Code- EDU23-00630)
1. PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES
1.1. Work collaboratively with the executive and senior staff to develop, review, monitor, and trail performance management initiatives through the individual performance appraisal system.
1.2. Ensure to advise divisional heads and All DoE staff to submit the Staff Performance Appraisal Form SDT6.1 for the first six (6) months from January to June at the end of June and the next six (6) months from July to December by the end of December.
1.3. Ensure to assess and facilitate bi-annual SPA form SDT6.1 through the normal process.
1.4. Continuously improve and sustain a customer-focused and performance-oriented culture within the department by working collaboratively with the executive and senior staff to review, develop, and conduct data analysis surveys responses and manage implementation of improved strategies.
1.5. Ensure staff SPA form SDT6.1 are submitted, recorded, and facilitated to Payroll or DPM for staff increment payments.
1.6. Motivate and get commitment from staff by developing strategic incentives to support senior executive and branch heads to recognize high-level staff performance and build their staff workplace capacity to deal with poor work performance.
1.7. To support in providing training for staff by working within the team to assist staff development officers to prepare and deliver accurate analytical training needs analysis data base and other training activities.
1.8. Achieve and exceed client satisfaction by providing consistent and efficient client service through performing various activities such as ‘Best Performance Officer of the Year’ or Secretary’s Recognition Award. This Award to be presented to Officers at the end of the year. (Gender-Based Award System to be initiated within the NDOE.
1.9. Contribute to maintain performance by ensuring to provide cover and relief assistance to work area when required on own initiative.
1.10. 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. Relevant Degree in Organization Development, Human Resource Management, Education, or Arts.
2.2.1. General understanding of systems/processes in DoE.
2.2.2. Broad knowledge of principles and practices of performance management and culture improvements.
2.2.3. Understanding of performance management and organization culture improvement methods and measures.
2.2.4. Knowledge of the sections PSGO relating to Organization Development and Performance Appraisal.
2.2.5. Knowledge of change management principles.
2.3.1. Ability to develop and trail performance improvement initiatives.
2.3.2. Ability to develop, conduct, and analyze surveys.
2.3.3. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
2.3.4. Change management skills.
2.3.5. Ability to review and analyze issues, evaluating alternatives and making practical recommendations based on findings.
2.3.6. Report writing.
2.3.7. Presentation skills.
2.3.8. Ability to work and communicate with people and teams at different levels of the organization.
2.3.9. Computer literate, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
2.3.10. Able to contribute and participate in team activities.
2.4. Work Experience
2.4.1. 4-8 years’ experience in organization development work, HR or relevant experience in organization culture and performance management. Further experience in managing change is preferable.
K44,330 – K54,182