Human Resources / Admin Officer – Papua

Closing Date: 23 October 2009

Human Resources / Admin Officer – Papua

Oxfam GB works in more than 80 countries to provide people with the support they need to overcome poverty and suffering. Here in Indonesia, we run a busy programme of development, humanitarian and advocacy initiatives.

To carry out our work as efficiently and effectively as possible, we depend on a professional and proactive HR / Admin support function. That’s where you come in.

You will be managing the HR/Admin function in the Papua office and support the development of staff within the projects. As a part of Area Programme team, you will also work alongside the Area Programme Manager/recruiting managers to recruit staff for the programme and on team training plans in line with Oxfam’s learning and Development Plan. This will include managing the implementation and co-ordination of HR systems and procedures, such as contract management, leave management, personal records, preparation of payroll, Health and Safety, and Leavers management. You will also have to ensure HR functions and processes in the programme are following the Oxfam and Indonesian Labour Regulation, including casework with assistance from Country HR team.

As an experienced Human Resource / Admin Officer, you’ll have a strong interpersonal awareness including excellent facilitation skills and able to get on well with others. Having diplomacy, tact, and respect for confidentiality is a must. You will also need to have an ability to understand the principles of employment practice and law and knowledge of HR administrative procedures and systems. This will include ability to speak and write in English and Bahasa with a high-level of computer literacy. Good time management skills, planning skills, and follow-up are important.

To apply, please email your cover letter and CV to: Jakarta@oxfam.org.uk .
Closing Date: 23 October 2009

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation.

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