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SI is looking for a proactive and intuitive collaborator able to lead Human Resources operations for a young but evolving mission, in highly volatile environment.
The Human Resources coordinator will coordinate all Human Resource services associated with the mission and lead the implementation of a mission strategy on capacity building.
The HR coordinator coordinates the implementation of Solidarités International Human Resources policy.
As HR Coordinator he/she is responsible for the administrative aspects of the mission and ensures the respect by all of, Solidarités International procedures, the procedures of financial backers and the laws of the country in which SI is intervening.
He/she is the mission point of contact and the link between headquarters and the mission for any questions relating to Human Resources.
Specific stakes and challenges
The Human Resource Coordinator manages one Coordinator Assistant + one Liaison Officer at coordination office. He/she is the functional manager of the Administrative/HR Managers of Field bases (currently 3 operational bases).
Education and experience
Knowledge and technical skills
خطوات التقديم كالتالي:
The scope and complexity of the crisis are resulting in a rise of malnutrition rates, driven by growing food insecurity, water shortages, displacement and poor sanitation.
The shortage of water is a real issue in Yemen. 40% of people did not have access to drinking water before the start of fighting in 2014 and this critical situation has increased to 70%. People have to pay for the water trucking or walk two hours to find a source. Even then the water can be infected. The lack of clean water causes a huge rise of waterborne diseases, including cholera that has already claimed 2,000 lives and affected more than half a million people.
With no access to safe water the population of Yemen cannot recover. 2.3 million children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and 7 million people are under a direct threat of famine.
More than half the population in Yemen requires humanitarian assistance yet humanitarian projects are underfunded.
Nobody talks about Yemen. Since March 2015, violence in Yemen has claimed more than 10,000 lives, resulted in 2.2 million internally displaced people and 20 million people living in extreme poverty.