|Company||Social Security Commission|
|Location||Windhoek, Khomas Region, Namibia|
Primary Purpose of the Job:
•The role is primarily accountable for the longer-term (5 years) alignment of strategic human capital management to the changing business plans of the Commission, in order to achieve the systematic transformation of the Commission structures, leadership behaviour, competent talent pools, employee work delivery and business processes, all in support of the Commission achieving its objectives to turn the organisation into a customer-orientated financial services provider.
•At a GM level, the role must ensure there are practical and simple, but consistent leadership models and academic frameworks in place to ensure they can achieve their business goals more readily.
•The role is secondarily accountable for the achievement of, and in support of the Executive Officer’s accountability to implement strategy, for the facilitation of core strategy management processes, namely annual corporate strategy reviews, Board alignment, leadership alignment, strategy alignment of work planning for each department, integrating cross-functional strategy.
•A critical success factor is the consistent use of tools or models when implementing strategy and monitoring the progress of strategy implementation for Board reporting
|Job Functions||Executive Management,Human Resources|
|Industries||Public Service Enterprise|
Key Performance Area:
•Strategy Implementation and Program Management
•Strategic Human Capital Management
•Operational HR Department Management
•Centre of Excellence on Human Capital Management – Strategic Human Capital Plan Programs
•Management of HR Shared Services
•Management of HR Transactional Services
•Human Resource Management of the HR Department
•A post-graduate degree, preferably a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management/Industrial Psychology or a relevant qualification related to all HR disciplines.
•10 – 15 years of experience in a complex corporate industrial and organizational psychology environment where new corporate cultures had to be designed and longer-term business improvement programs enabled through technology, people and processes.
•Fluency in both written and spoken English
•Good problem solving and decision-making skills
•Attention to detail
•High level of emotional and social intelligence
•Sound supervisory skills
•Ability to travel as and when required
•Effective communication (verbal, written, presentation and listening)
•Good report writing skills
•Strong empathy competence
•Knowledge of compliance and governance issues within a public-funded organisation
Preference will be given to qualified persons living with disabilities.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
All foreign qualifications must be evaluated by the Namibian Qualifications Authority.
No emailed or paper documents will be accepted.
|Job Closing Date||19/10/2021|