3 years 0 months
English (essential), French (essential).
4/25/2022 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC
Title: Human Resources Business Partner (GF)
The HR Client Service team covering MNA region (HRDC3) is seeking to recruit a Human Resources Business Partner to support two Country Management Units in MNA region: MNC01 (Morocco, Tunis, Algiers, Libya) and MNC02 (Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Iran and Iraq). The position is based in Morocco Country Office.
World Bank Group
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The HR Business Partner role:
The HR Business Partner serves as an advisor to clients, staff, and managers on a wide range of HR-related initiatives, programs and issues. S/he should have broad-based knowledge and extensive experience in all major facets of HR management, current and emerging trends, and practices; and in-depth knowledge and experience in one or more functional areas of specialization. S/he will:
- Advise and assist managers on workforce planning taking into account existing and anticipated work requirements and institutional goals/objectives, e.g., analyze and advise on appropriate staffing levels, skill mix, work force diversity that corresponds to work program requirements and advances corporate goals, including support to job definition and selection of candidates, staff reassignment, mobility issues, and exit strategies and processes.
- Understand the business model of the client and assist the managers in identifying emerging HR implications for their work force.
- Partner with HR analysts supporting client group to foster proactive use of HR analytics to better understand the staffing trends in the client area.
- Advise managers and staff on effective career development and performance management, and take the lead in identifying, assessing, and resolving issues, problems, and conflicts, drawing on other Bank resources as appropriate.
- Advise and support in the design and implementation of organizational effectiveness interventions, facilitation, development, and management of high performing teams.
- Mobilize resources from the HR Team and other units within HRD and outside, as required, to support effective HR management in the client area;
- Support and coach staff assuming HR proxy functions in MNA country offices.
- Participate as a team member on HR projects, working groups, task forces, etc. in the client area and/or at corporate level. Participate in client departmental management meetings.
- Contribute to the implementation of the corporate HR agenda.
- The successful candidate should possess a Master’s degree in HR or related field and have a minimum of five years’ significant experience in HR. Prior experience in recruitment, training, performance management, management coaching and HR consulting is desirable.
- Sound knowledge of general HR policies, processes and systems;
- Demonstrated strong analytical skills;
- Proven ability to identify and implement business related HR interventions, and ability to maximize the value-added resources available within HRS in order to provide high quality client services;
- Professional integrity, willingness and flexibility to “roll-up your sleeves” to engage in all aspects of HR work from identification and design to implementation;
- Excellent team skills, ability to collaborate and share knowledge with colleagues and clients at all levels;
- Demonstrated excellent communication and conflict resolution skills, and
- Ability to create trusting working relationships/partnerships within and across units.
Language requirements: English (essential), Arabic (desirable), French (essential).
Continuously enhances understanding of HR theory and practice; keeps abreast of emerging developments in the broader organizational and professional context.
Integrates complex information, ideas and analyses from multiple sources inside and outside the organization; readily identifies interactions, connections and operational implications.
Analyses based on deep understanding of HR, clients and other relevant data; draws correct conclusions and makes recommendations that balance risks and address needs of clients and the broader WBG.
Advocates for integrity and ethical behavior within HR and client organizations; monitors own and team progress on projects and other work, in order to meet commitments; assists colleagues and team in identifying and advancing HR and WBG perspectives.
Anticipates and addresses sources of potential conflict among colleagues or clients; demonstrates tact and discretion in handling difficult and/or sensitive matters; provides regular, consistent, and meaningful information to clients, HR staff and individuals; delivers difficult or unpopular messages with clarity, tact and diplomacy.
COMMITMENT TO MISSION AND VALUES
Models values that reflect desired culture and climate; identifies conflicts between mission/values and operational practices, and seeks to address.
Develops and maintains internal networks to inform understanding of the WBG’s business, client needs and potential solutions; promotes dialogue on significant issues; own recommendations reflect a solid understanding of WBG context as well as client needs.
Accepts responsibility to address change needs and resolve ambiguity; works with stakeholders to identify and implement appropriate change
Identifies need and opportunity for marketing/promoting HR initiatives and advocates for these within and outside HR; draws on understanding of issues, impacts on others involved and own experience in order to support a position.
World Bank Group Core Competencies
The World Bank Group offers comprehensive benefits, including a retirement plan; medical, life and disability insurance; and paid leave, including parental leave, as well as reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce, and do not discriminate based on gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability.
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