Senior Performance Management Assistant G-5

Under the direct supervision of the Performance Management Officer, the Senior Performance Management Assistant is responsible for providing technical and policy advice on ePAD and PAMS to individual staff members, managers and team members. The incumbent will work quite independently on regular assignments with an oversight from the supervisor, who […]

Under the direct supervision of the Performance Management Officer, the Senior Performance Management Assistant is responsible for providing technical and policy advice on ePAD and PAMS to individual staff members, managers and team members. The incumbent will work quite independently on regular assignments with an oversight from the supervisor, who will provide general guidance and work plans for identifying work priorities and appropriate approaches. Work is controlled for meeting expected results and conformity to policy and procedures.

The Senior Performance Management Assistant is responsible for assisting the concerned manager in the implementation of general administrative and resource management tasks concerning, among others, the management of conversations from GS or NO to the professional category. Thus, the incumbent needs to be very meticulous when providing information/advice with a view to maintaining a consistent approach in interpreting applicable policies. A strong cooperation with other Sections/Units within DHRM and within the Organization as a whole is critical for the achievement of the Unit’s objectives and therefore the incumbent of the position is required to closely collaborate with, among others, the Personnel Administration and Payroll Section, the Posting Unit and the Appointment/Promotion bodies.

The incumbent will be in charge of a number of staff members within one geographical area. Since the Senior Performance Management Assistant will be dealing with very confidential information concerning all UNHCR staff members the incumbent needs to demonstrate discretion, be service-oriented when dealing with clients of all grades, to demonstrate sound judgement, and to know when to refer the case/issue to his/her supervisors for consultation. Moreover, the incumbent should be able to generate basic statistical reports with regard to compliance and other data related to ePAD and PAMS, and provide technical and organizational support to the Performance Management Unit, as and when required.

CLOSING DATE: 14 November 2018

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Senior Performance Management Assistant G-5