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The Job Holder assist the Assistant Director in leading MENDAKI’s efforts in enhancing its organizational capability and supporting internal processes to allow the organization to operate smoothly. He is responsible for strategising and conceptualising plans for the Organization Development.

The incumbent is expected to work from between 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and may be required to work over weekends and public holidays to support in organisation events.  Although he/she is largely expected to work in an indoor environment, he/she is also expected to travel out of office for meetings. 

 

Key Responsibilities

Strategic Management

  • Drive organisational development initiatives and support enterprise-wide projects and initiatives such as Governance Practices, Corporate Planning, Knowledge and Data Management.
  • Drive and direct the entire spectrum of Organisation programs especially in aligning them to the strategic mission and vision of the organization.
  • Oversee the strategic alignment of work priorities across the MENDAKI family.
  • To ensure monitoring, evaluation and governance frameworks are in place, in order to drive the longer-term management, development and transformation of the community as a whole.
  • Identify and network with potential and existing partners for collaboration on the provision of the organization’s support services.
  • Represent the organisation in joint committees and contribute to nation-wide initiatives.
  • Lead the strategic planning for the department’s various units and ensure a cohesive and harmonised approach to organizational excellence.

Financial Planning and Management

  • Lead the department’s forecasting and budgeting activities.
  • Oversee the implementation budget plans to manage resource allocations to department’s programs.
  • Monitor department budget outcomes to ensure proper utilisation and accounting of resources

Team Leadership and Management

  • Set goals and performance standards for direct reports.
  • Mentor direct reports and provide feedback to support their personal and professional development.

 

Requirements

  • 5 to 7 years with relevant professional experience preferred
  • Supervisory experience required
  • Degree in any relevant fields
  • Sound decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrable leadership competencies, team-oriented, interpersonal skills, creative problem solving, results-driven and meticulous
  • High level of organisational skills with an ability to work well under pressure
  • Meticulous and able to work under minimal supervision
  • Organised with good Communication and Interpersonal skills

 

Application deadline is 31 July 2023