HR Policies and Procedures Specialist
The Global Fund is a world renowned and highly regarded organisation that raises and invests billions of dollars globally to support healthcare programmes across multiple countries to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics. This is a part-time position of 0.8 FTE based in Geneva.
The HR Policies & Procedures Specialist provides reliable, robust and timely advice and guidance primarily to key stakeholders within the HR Department, as well as managers and staff in the business, on matters relating to the Employee Handbook and all other HR procedure instruments.
S/he is responsible for the harmonization, alignment, creation and updating of the following Human Resources policies and procedures: Policy Framework, Employee Handbook, HR Practice Notes, Service Now information including Frequently Asked Questions, All HR website content in conjunction with subject matter experts. The HR Policies & Procedures Specialist is an expert in developing and writing HR policies and procedures in collaboration with subject
matter experts within HR.
S/he will lead the continuous improvement of the Global Fund HR policies and procedures, ensuring a fair and reasonable working environment based on HR best practice in comparator organizations and within the context of the International Labour Organization Administrative Tribunal (ILOAT) and the Global Fund statutory requirements.
S/he will act as a focal point to HR staff, managers and staff regarding HR policy and procedure queries and ensure that HR policies are easily accessible and understandable including on-line applications.
S/he will design and deliver training and clinics on HR policies and practices, as necessary, in order to raise manager and staff awareness of existing policies and practices.
S/he will possess strong all round communication and collaboration skills ensuring content alignment at all times to avoid any risk or exposure to the organization. S/he will be well versed on HR best practice.
Essential for this role:
A Master's Degree in Human Resources or equivalent discipline
At least 7 years of relevant experience in HR policy and procedure related activities
Proven strong track record in developing, drafting, implementing and explaining employment policies and practices
Demonstrated strong values and professional integrity
An excellent knowledge of English and preferably a good working knowledge of French
Closing date: Friday 28th June 2019
The SR Group (UK) Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.