National Land Commission Senior Human Resource Officer Jobs in Kenya
National Land Commission Senior Human Resource Officer Jobs in Kenya National Land Commission (NLC) is an Independent Constitutional Commission established and under Article 67 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and operationalized by the National Land Commission (NLC) Act,2012, the Land Act and the Land Registration Act, 2012.
The broad mandates of the Commission are inter-alia; to manage public land on behalf of the National and County Governments, recommend a National Land Policy to the National Government, advice the National Government on a Comprehensive program for the registration of Land throughout Kenya, to conduct research related to land and the use of natural resources and make recommendations to appropriate authorities and initiate investigations on its own initiative or on a complaint into present or historical land injustices and recommend appropriate redress.
Conversely, Pursuant to Article 252 1(C) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and National Land Commission Act of 2012, the Commission invites applications from suitable candidates for the
Senior Human Resource Officer
An Officer appointed to this position will be responsible for the provision of support in the
administration of employee benefits, and provides support on compliance with the set labour
laws, policies and procedures in the management of human resources.
Additionally, the position provides user support services that enhances the delivery of human resource services.
Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will be responsible to perform the following functions;
Implement the human resource directorate work plan to assist in the implementation of the human resource strategy that ensures the availability of a
competent and motivated work force that supports efficiency in the delivery of the commission strategy
Provide input in the development and review of the human resource management policies and procedures, to ensure the directorate has guidelines that support the delivery of quality training services to the commission, in line with best practice and the needs of the commission
Assist in the enhancement of human resource systems at the commission through provision of information on areas of enhancement, to enhance efficiency in service delivery
Provide advice on employment standards and legislation such as workers compensation, labour standards, and Fair Practices, to support the commission compliance with the relevant legislation, and to enhance the quality of employee management services at the commission
Implement staff performance and career progression guidelines to ensure employee career and performance management is done in line with the needs
of the commission in the delivery of land management services
Create awareness on workplace safety rules to ensure compliance with the OSHA Act, and to reduce workplace accidents and incidents that disrupt the
operations of the commission in the delivery of service
Implement all statutory requirements that include PAYE, NSSF, employee tax returns,
and registration of work place, to ensure the commission is compliant with all regulations
Assist in the management of the HIV/AIDS, Alcohol and Drug Abuse programmes, to ensure the programmes are effective and support minimal
disruptions to the commission operations, and submit timely reports to ensure identified challenges in the management of programmes are addressed in a timely
Assist in the administration of performance management by the Commission, to ensure performance targets are set and managed in line with the overall Commission performance targets
Assist in the management of employee welfare systems that include the medical scheme, to ensure best practice payroll processes are undertaken such as regular checking of data, audits, carrying out statutory reporting as necessitated by the
government of Kenya in order to minimize errors
Academic and Professional Qualifications
For Appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences or its equivalent qualifications from a recognized
Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) Certificate or Higher Diploma in any of the following disciplines: Human Resource Management Human Resource
Development or Industrial Relations, or its equivalent qualification from a recognized
Member of Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM).
Five (5) years of service, or similar experience in a comparable position from a reputable
Certificate in Management course not lasting less than four weeks from a recognized
Applicants must possess level of knowledge and skills in the following areas;
Understanding of labour laws and statutory returns
ii. Familiarity with the Human Resources Information
An understanding of performance review methods and techniques
Proficiency in Computer applications
Good Communication skills
How to Apply
For more information and job application details, see; National Land Commission Senior Human Resource Officer Jobs in Kenya
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