Friday, July 8, 2016

Never Again Rwanda (NAR),Human Resources Intern Jobs in Rwanda

Reporting to: Country Director
Location: kigali
Type of position: Full time
Application closing: July 28 2016
Job start date: August 15 2016,  for a period of  one year.
Never Again Rwanda (NAR) is a peace building and social justice organization that arose in response to the 1994 genocide perpetrated against Tutsis. Guided by a vision of a nation where citizens are agent
s of positive change and work together towards sustainable peace and development, NAR aims to empower Rwandans with opportunities to become active citizens through peacebuilding and development.NAR places a particular emphasis on the youth as the future of a peaceful society. NAR is one of the leading national peacebuilding organizations with nearly 13 years of experience building a cornerstone for peace.
The Human ResourcesIntern  will have the  overall responsibility for implementing the  Human Resources policies, procedures and systems that maximize the contribution of individuals and teams in the achievement of Program strategy, plans and priorities. This will include development and implementation of efficient and cost effective administrative systems. He/she will ensure sustained Organizational Effectiveness by developing and implementing interventions in human processes, structures and systems in response to changing organizational contexts, strategies and priorities. Among other functions.
Specific duties include:
  • Develop, implement and interpret Human Resource policies, procedures and systems and ensure consistency and harmony with the NAR framework, other organizational level policies and national labour legislation
  • Facilitate recruitment, selection, induction and orientation processes
  • Ensure NAR’s mission, vision, values, principles and culture are continually promoted and discussed throughout the region.
  • Develop, Promote, Facilitate and sustain an organizational culture and climate that promote NAR values, behavior and attitudes
  • Facilitate the process of resolution of individual and team conflicts, develop and implement systems for neutral handling of grievances interventions to ensure organizational harmony
  • Ensure all staff receive timely induction
  • Maintaining HR calendar, timely renewal of staff contracts, probation confirmation and other procedures.
  • Ensure that performance reviews are conducted regularly by supervisors; provide training and advise to managers on effective implementation of performance management
  • Support managers and mediate conflict, grievances cases
  • Support staff and managers with the implementation of performance management system (setting objectives, giving feedback and ensuring reviews are fair and unbiased) and ensuring this is well understood
  • Ensure that advice and support is provided to managers and staff on interpretation and application of policies and procedures and on other HR related matters
  • In close collaboration with the Management  prepare terms and conditions of employment for approval
Desired Candidate’s Profile
  • Strong understanding of statutory compliance in Rwanda Law .
  • Handled and set-up project from inception ( from HR perspective)
  • Excellent communication, Interpersonal & Coordination skills
  • Ability to work in a team and independently
  • Intense attention to detail
  • Need to be a self-starter, motivated and team player wishing to develop or continue a career in  human resources management in an NGO
  • Holding  a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree
How to Apply:
Qualified candidates may submit their applications, including a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae  at
Please indicate “Human Resources Intern” in the subject line. The deadline for application is 28th July 2016.

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