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Nov 162017
 

Organization: World Vision
Country: Ghana
Closing date: 28 Nov 2017

World Vision International

World Vision is a humanitarian, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Our 42,000+ staff members working in more than 90 countries are united through our ethos, mission and shared desire for all individuals, especially children, to overcome poverty, inequality and injustice.

Here’s where you come in:

As Shared Services People & Culture (HR) Director, you will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and advice to World Vision (WV) Shared Services function in the area of people and organizational development by maximizing the potential of WV people resources and increasing organizational performance. You will be responsible for developing the global Shared Service Center (SSC) (People & Culture/HR) P&C strategy and culture, in collaboration with the Snr Director for Global SSC, Snr Director for P&C Operations, process function directors and other SSC business leads.

Requirements include:

  • Graduate and post graduate qualification and/or Professional qualification in HR Management, Psychology, Organizational Development or MBA.
  • Certified Chartered CIPD member or SHRM professional or other professional HRM membership.
  • A thorough understanding of all areas of Human Resources management and staff development, and knowledge of HR and OD practices, group processes and dynamics and apply such in the SSCs context.
  • Requires minimum of 10 years’ progressive experience in Human Resources Development with significant generalist and organizational development experience, or related fields, in a complex, international organization (preferably in an INGO context).
  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

How to apply:

Is this the job for you?

World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people.

Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 28 NOV 2017. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. dent:-18.0pt; 5

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