Head of HR Department scope of works:
(1) Determine the MFI’s current and future staffing needs.
- Communicate with other function and branches on staffing requirements, and help to identify potential internal candidates for promotion.
- Develop succession plan and personal development plans for the MFI to ensure timely performance review and development of upcoming talent in the institution.
(2) Manage the administration of HRM corporate policies
- Ensure that the MFI has current and appropriate HRM policies and procedures in place and in compliance with all applicable human rights and labor laws.
- Distribute, and support staffs in implementing of, policies and procedures.
- Ensure that current and accurate records for each employee are kept on file.
(3) Manage the MFI’s compensation strategy and processes
- Ensure that appropriate systems and tools are in place, including salary administration system, benefits, and incentive scheme.
- Oversee and coordinate the annual salary increases, and support managers in salary decisions; review all salaries and salary tax payments to ensure equity and fairness.
(4) Oversee recruitment and selection
- Ensure the appropriate recruitment and selection process is implemented, and where necessary, make sure staffs and managers are trained on the processes.
- Maintain candidate database of new resumes and purging old files to be used to search for qualified candidates for open positions.
- Coordinate in terminations of staff, as necessary.
(5) Oversee the performance management process.
- Develop and implement staff performance appraisal system, support staff and managers in using it.
- Review year-end appraisals to monitor overall performance and trends, as well as managers’ ability to give feedback and provide development.
(6) Oversee the training and talent development programs.
- Develop institution-wide training and development initiatives as appropriate.
- Support managers and staff in preparing personal development plans, and provide strategies to reach their development goals.
- Support each other functions with the necessary skills for effective staff management.
- Create plan for new staff orientation, including content and schedule. Ensure that staff receives introductions to the MFI’s history, philosophy, policies, and structure.
- Support other managers in training new staff on job details.
- Bachelor degree in human resources or diploma/certificate in human resources.
- Minimum 3 years working experience in human resources management.
- Demonstrated interpersonal and problem solving skills.
- Influent in English, Burmese and Japanese is an advantage.