106-Personnel and careers professionals
Personnel and careers professionals
Provide professional business services related to employee recruitment, retention and reskilling, and which may include developing and implementing HR/employee development, occupational analysis and, performance management and vocational guidance strategies and policies.
Personnel and careers professionals provide professional employee relations advice to clients, organizations, business units, departments or individuals be that internal or external. They research, develop, plan, administer and review activities, policies and practices concerned with organization planning and development as well as staff recruitment and selection, training and development, employment conditions, employee welfare and support, career options and advice, performance and productivity management, and other staffing issues within an organization. It may also include ensuring labour laws, wage agreements and conditions of service, occupational health safety hygiene and environment laws are followed. As representatives of an organization?s management in terms of employee relations, human resources professionals often play a central role in negotiating with employees and/or their representatives.
Job activities and tasks include:
- advising on and performing personnel functions relating to employee recruitment, placement, training, promotion, compensation, and employee-management relations or other areas of personnel policy
- studying and analyzing jobs performed in an establishment by various means, including interviews with workers, supervisors and management, and writing detailed position, job or occupation descriptions from information obtained
- preparing occupational information or working on occupational classification systems
- advising and working on the foregoing and other aspects of job and occupational analysis in such fields as personnel administration, workforce research and planning, training, or occupational information and vocational guidance
- studying and advising individuals on employment opportunities, career choices and further education or training that may be desirable
Higher specialized knowledge of principles, concepts and techniques in field of work, discipline and/or professional practice
Work in an office environment for a wide range of organizations. They may be required to visit other worksites to inspect operations and manage staff.
Bachelor degree in human resources management or related fields of work, higher qualification or equivalent.
5 years and above.
National Consultative Council, Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development, National Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Presidential Affairs, Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTC), ADNOC, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Dubai World, Abu Dhabi Farmers? Services Centre, Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Company, Abu Dhabi Municipality, ADNOC Distribution, ADWEC, Union National Bank, Al Ain Municipality, National Insurance Co. ? Daman, Department of Economic Development, Ministry of Presidential Affairs, DMA, Department of Finance, Department of Transport National Centre of Meteorology and SeisMoLogy, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi Sports Council, Abu Dhabi Education Council, Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), EMAL, DUBAL, Sharjah Municipality, Dubai Media City, Fujairah Municipality, Ras AL-Khaimah Municipality
Above the industry average
Examples of job titles:
Careers adviser - Job analyst - Occupational analyst - Vocational guidance counsellor - Human resource expert - Outplacement expert - Personnel Specialist - Recruitment officer
Examples of some related occupations:
Job analysis manager - Labour relations director - Personnel manager - Position description manager - Personnel and employee relations manager - Manager (Human Resource) - Recruitment consultant / executive