UNICEF Seeks Human Resources Officer in New York – Apply by 12/22/2023

UNICEF Seeks Human Resources Officer in New York – Apply by 12/22/2023

Unlock a meaningful career opportunity with UNICEF! We are currently recruiting for a Human Resources Officer (P-2) position at the Central Services Centre (CSC), DFAM, NYHQ in New York, USA.

This Fixed Term Appointment offers a chance to contribute to UNICEF’s mission in the field of human resources within the Operations division.

UNICEF Seeks Human Resources Officer in New York

The closing date for applications is 12/22/2023.

If you’re ready to make a difference, apply now and be part of the team empowering positive change with UNICEF.

UNICEF Seeks Human Resources Officer in New York

Operational support and HR guidance

  •  Oversee application of HR services and provide guidance to CSC HR colleagues on correct way to process transactions

  •  Monitor and Ensure HR services are delivered within established SLA

  •  Contribute to the improvement of HR services via streamlining HR transactions to ensure client satisfaction.

  •  Provide guidance to GS staff in the team on updated policy and entitlements.

  •  Support the HR manager in creating and maintaining standard operating procedures for NYHQ-centric staff services.

  •  Maintain and update onboarding and welcome booklet to ensure required actions are illustrated and communicated to staff joining NYHQ.

Transactional service management

  •  Oversee certification of G-4 visa initial application/renewal form for SM and family members on derivative G-4 visa; also G-5 visa application form for household employees.

  •  Guide and oversee certification and authorization of staff member travel entitlements.

  •  Coordinate with GS staff in the team to support offboarding process (Service Gateway requests and relevant actions collaborating with GSSC colleagues.

  •  Oversee grounds pass applications
  •  Support the HR manager to address any complex issues.

  •  Conduct proper investigations and make recommendations to the HR manager for case management.

Capacity Building

  •  Train new colleagues and provide refreshers information/training sessions on applicability of HR matters and roles, G-4 visa etc.

  •  Provide trainings/guidance for updated HR policies.

Performance Management

  •  Supervise a team and deliver supervisory support on aspects related to performance, leave, training, career development etc.

  •  Ensure ongoing monitoring and discussions around individual performance and support development of the staff member by facilitating career progression and opportunities.

  •  Support the coordination of work and provide specialized advice to the team. Priority is on delivery of overall results and performance.

  •  Develop staff through coaching and mentoring.

  •  Ensure transactional services are met within established SLA

HR Partnership with internal, external partners and GSSC to deliver service and improve business processes

  •  Liaise with respective focal point in NYHQ divisions to ensure proper actions are taken for relevant HR activities throughout the employment cycle.

  •  Long Service Awards (LSA) NYHQ focal point: Coordinate with GSSC on issuance of staff member LSA. Facilitate the review with divisions.

  •  Continuing Appointment Exercise: regional focal point to compile and seek approval from Director, DHR, continuing appointments .

  •  Partner with counterparts at the UN (Visa and Tax unit etc.) to keep abreast of recent regulations and guidance.

  •  Partner with counterparts at the UN and US Mission to ensure visa regulations and requirements are being held

Oversight of Global HR Master Data/Data Analytics

  •  Collect, interpret and analyze HR data to help informed decision making on the efficiency of the HR Central Services Centre overall processes and support to the clients.
  •  Support the development and implementation of data collection systems to optimize data quality for the Central Services Center.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have

  •  A University Degree in human Resources Management, Business Management, and/or International Relations and Social Sciences.

  •  A minimum of two (2) years of professional experience in Human Resource Management in an international organization and/or large corporation supporting shared and/or common services is required.

  •  A minimum of two (2) years in a professional supervisory role is required.

  •  Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset

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