Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Play a key role in stabilizing and strengthening the Coptic Orphans team in Egypt by working with management and staff to create and nurture an environment of positive interactions and effective communications.
Manage employee relations, conflict resolution, and trust-building.
Develop a firm grasp of the organizational culture that makes it possible to regularly identify and recommend improvements needed by both managers and employees.
Maintain a safe and productive work environment by addressing and working through conflict and issues of concern in transparent yet prudent ways.
Propose initiatives, including training and development, that boost productivity, commitment, and efficiency by improving employee engagement and job satisfaction.
Research and recommend effective incentives and programs to retain employees, improve their morale, and increase their loyalty.
Ensure consistent application of established HR policies and processes; recommend necessary changes for management consideration.
Assist with position analysis and the development of new position descriptions in the Egypt office.
Support establishment and maintenance of the position-grade system; conduct market research on pay and benefits.
In collaboration with headquarters HR team, help update recruitment and selection processes and identify effective, cost-efficient channels, including networking, to promote job openings in Egypt.
Conduct candidate screening and interviews to identify top prospects while ensuring that potential mismatches are eliminated based on relevant qualifications.
Oversee the hiring process from start to finish, while ensuring compliance with Coptic Orphans policies and relevant legal frameworks.
Manage annual, semiannual, and probation performance reviews, feedback systems and tools.
Outline management responsibility for developing employees.
Propose effective ways of managing employee performance and facilitate employee-supervisor dialogues.
Ensure compliance with legal, governmental, and organizational regulations and policies.
This position supervises the HR Associate in Egypt.
Ability to budgeting and plan for departmental needs and personnel budget.
Assist in developing personnel budget for Egypt office, including recruitment expenses.
The extent of Public Contact (within and outside the organization):
In the course of posting and promoting Coptic Orphans job openings, s/he will have frequent contact with applicants, recruiters, universities, print/electronic media, and other entities. Thus, s/he must fully understand the mission and work of the organization in order to passionately communicate them to others.
Working Conditions and Environment:
Occasional travel may be necessary or helpful, including possible international trip(s).
Required Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:
Required Education and Experience:
BA or MA in Human Resources Management, Organizational Development, or other closely related field. MA substitutes for 2-3 years of professional experience.
Minimum of 7 years of professional experience, 5 of them as an HR professional.
Demonstrated ability to manage human resources by taking strategic approaches.
Experience with the Coptic community and culture is a must.
Other Required Skills
Outstanding soft skills, including people skills, conflict management and resolution, negotiation, mediation, facilitation, and problem-solving.
Excellent ability to preserve strict confidentiality and show discretion.
Exceptionally effective communications skills with excellent command of English and Arabic.
Energetic, positive, results-oriented, outstanding organizational skills, good judgment, objectivity, and ability to multi-task.
- Job Location
- Cairo, Egypt
- Company Industry
- Community/Social Services/and Nonprofit
- Company Type
- Non-Profit Organization
- Job Role
- Human Resources and Recruitment
- Employment Type
- Full Time Employee
- Monthly Salary Range
- Number of Vacancies
- Job Ref.
- Career Level
- Years of Experience
- Min: 7
- Bachelor’s degree / higher diploma