Manager РHuman Resources and Administration at The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO)

The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) is the oldest and largest Commonwealth intergovernmental organisation in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Being fully involved in the development and use of ICTs for social and economic development, the management of the organisation recognise that it must stay at the cutting edge of ICT developments in order to deliver significant benefits to its members.The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in collaboration with the CTO London, United Kingdom, seeks to recruit Commonwealth employees who are committed to the vision and mission of the CTO, and the wider development of the Commonwealth in the capacity below:Job Title: Manager - Human Resources and Administration Location: 64-66 Glenthorne Road London, W6 0LR Division: Human Resource and Administration Reporting to: Secretary-General (SG) Hours of work: 40 hours per week including one unpaid hour for lunch each day. Job DescriptionThe Human Resource and Administration Department, headed by the Manager - Human Resources and Administration, plays a central role in the organisation by ensuring that the organisation is adequately resourced with skills and the support services are provided timely.Job PurposeTo manage human resources and provide support services of the CTODepartment/Job PurposeThe Human Resource and Administration Department of the CTO plays a central role in the organisation.The department ensures the organisation is adequately resourced to deliver on its strategic plan through planning, recruiting and continuous development of the staff. Services provided by the CTO call for a range of specific skills.It is the responsibility of the post holder to make available this skill pool, by a combination of internal and external resources. In addition, the department provides logistical, IT and facilities management services. Being an international organisation, with an extensive membership base, IT plays a key role in staff and stakeholder engagement.The widespread stakeholder network requires constant travel by staff for various activities. The post holder will deliver these services efficiently and cost effectively.Key Performance AreasPerform HR Administrative functions in respect of vacancies, new appointments, exits, leave, medical insurance, disability claims, death claims, and general administration.Perform Payroll Administration functions.Keep Personnel Records and filing up to date.Lead on Performance Management System.Provide assistance with Ad-hoc tasks as assigned to from time to time.Working RelationshipsPosts that this job manages: Logistics officer, IT officer and Admin officerOther key relationships: This role requires close liaison with rhea SG and other departmental/divisional heads who are the main internal customers for the services delivered by the DepartmentNote: The post holder may be required to work such additional time beyond the contractual minimum as may reasonably be required to fulfil the organisation’s work requirements as per clause 2.5 of the CTO Staff Handbook. Main ResponsibilitiesHuman Resource Management:Prepare, keep updated and implement HR policies, while taking note of applicable legal and Constitutional compliancesPlan human resourcing of the Organisation according to the approved Organisational structureAcquire the required human resources in a timely mannerPrepare and implement staff training plansPrepare and implement the compensation structurePrepare and implement the performance evaluation schemePrepare and implement employee benefit plansMaintain HR recordsEnsure a positive working environmentProvide guidance and advice to managers on staff related matters.Ensure compliance with occupational health and safety requirements.Administration:Oversee the provision of logistical assistance including booking travel and sourcing venues for activitiesOversee the provision of IT servicesOversee the provision of facilities managementOther:Undertake any other duties in his/her speciality that may be assigned by the Secretary-GeneralDeliverablesHR policies, strategies and recordsStaff recruitment, training, evaluation and continuous developmentStaff compensation structure and implementationTimely and cost effective logistical supportDependable and efficient IT infrastructureWell maintained building facilities 

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