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Senior Officer, Collective Bargaining Negotiation

Closing: May 31, 2024

3 days remaining

Published: May 15, 2024 (14 days ago)

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Academic qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Economics, Statistics, Human Resource, Public Administration or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university.

Professional Qualifications / Membership to professional bodies

  •  Post-graduate Diploma in Human Resources/Industrial Relations/ CHRPII/Diploma in Law or in a related field;

Previous relevant work experience required.

  • Proven relevant experience of at least six (6) years, in a reputable organisation.


Responsibilities

Academic qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Economics, Statistics, Human Resource, Public Administration or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university.

Professional Qualifications / Membership to professional bodies

  •  Post-graduate Diploma in Human Resources/Industrial Relations/ CHRPII/Diploma in Law or in a related field;

Previous relevant work experience required.

  • Proven relevant experience of at least six (6) years, in a reputable organisation.


  • Analyse data and information relating to Collective Bargaining Negotiations for Public sector organizations;
  • Analyse Collective Bargaining Negotiations (CBN) proposals based on set parameters and make recommendations;
  • Collect, Collate and update the data base relating to Collective Bargaining Negotiations;
  • Participate in the review of CBN guidelines;
  • Participate in the preparation of the departmental work plan and compilation of budget estimates;
  • Implement the functional risk management framework;
  • Comply with relevant statutory requirements, Government Circulars and Commission policies;
  • Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly and annual reports to the Supervisor;
  • Draft letters communicating the Commission’s decisions to relevant stakeholders in the Public Sector;
  • Prepare reports arising from the proceedings of the technical Committee on Collective Bargaining Negotiations;
  • Provide feedback to enhance business processes and initiate process improvement to achieve operational excellence; and
  • Develop individual work plans, monitor own performance and seek requisite support to ensure delivery of agreed targets.


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