- Salary Offer Cordaid Salary Scale
- Years of Experience Minimum of Two to Three years’ relevant working experience in human resources with international NGO environment
- Number of Vacancies: 1
- Contract Duration 1 Year with Extension Possibility
- Contract Type Long Term
- Required Languages Dari, Pashto, English
- Reference CRD06/24
- Gender Only Female
- Nationality Afghan
- Possibility of Contract Extension Yes
- Probation Period Not Specified
- Education University degree or specialized professional certificate in human resources management, organizational development, business or public administration or other relevant subject
- close Date February 24, 2024
Cordaid is an internationally operating value-based emergency relief and development organization, working in and on fragility.
The organization was established in 2000 when several Dutch aid organizations joined forces. But our history goes back more than a century. Cordaid has changed over the years, the organization now is focusing more on the localization of its operations and programs to empower local human capacities and knowledge in serving communities and people. Reducing fragility has become our core priority and we work in all contexts of fragility, from relief, through rehabilitation to long-term development. To do this effectively we seek funds, start partnerships, and compete in a global market.
We believe in a world where people can break through barriers of poverty and exclusion, influence decisions that affect them, and participate in equitable and resilient societies. A world with an economy not driven by greed and growth, but by inclusivity, social justice, and gender equality. That world is our goal. We work towards it in everything we do.
Cordaid has been active in Afghanistan since 2001, working for a stable and prosperous country. Abiding by the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence, Cordaid is committed to standing by the people of Afghanistan and delivering its lifesaving support.
Cordaid through its work and need-based programming, is committed to delivering lifesaving, resilience, and development assistance to the people of Afghanistan.
Strategic HR plan
Assists in implementing the strategic Human Resources plan.
Policies and procedures
Assists in the recruitment process and ensures background and reference checks are completed. Orients new employees to the organization, and serves as a focal point for HR-related questions. Administers training and development activities and costs.
Informs staff on HR administrative matters and answers questions related to this subject.
Administrative Compliance and Support
Prepares contracts and letters to (prospective) employees. Prepares and maintains (new) employee files and records of probation and performance reviews, grievances and disciplinary action. Assists management and employees with forms and procedures. Administers and controls human resource information systems for the organization. Oversees the completion of compensation and benefit documentation. Processes the monthly payroll. Close collaboration with field offices to address HR-related issues at the field level.
Supports in following the Code of Conduct and Integrity Policy
Knowledge sharing & learning
Collects information and changes on Labor law, employment conditions, and taxes.
Any other duties assigned by the manager
Knowledge, Skills, and Experiences
University degree or specialized professional certificate in human resources management, organizational development, business or public administration, or other relevant subject
Minimum of Two to Three years’ relevant working experience in human resources in an international NGO environment
Knowledge of HR information systems
Knowledge of the mission and goals of the Cordaid program, security policy and regulations.
Behavioral values and skills: accountability, diversity & inclusion, sustainability, flexibility, creativity, collaboration.
Very good English writing and communication skills
Good knowledge of the local context.
Please open the link below and fill out your application. You will have to answer a set of questions based on the job requirements which will allow you to demonstrate relevant experiences, highlight skills and knowledge, describe related published work, acquired licenses, certifications, and training.
After the job application is complete, you can submit your application by clicking Submit Application.
Only applicants who are shortlisted for the written assessment or a Competency-Based interview (CBI) will be contacted via the email that they have provided on their application. Applicants are, therefore, required to monitor their emails for invitations to the written assessment or CBI.
Cordaid is fully committed to a safe working environment and the highest integrity standards. To read more about our commitment to Integrity, click here:
An integrity screening will be part of the application procedure.
An assessment phase can be part of the selection procedure. The assessment phase usually consists of a technical assessment followed by a competency-based written test and two interviews. However, there may be exceptions for a second interview, depending on the specific functions of a position.
For more information about Cordaid, please visit our website: www.cordaid.org/en/