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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


PRASAC MFI Ltd., is microfinance institution, which is providing sustainable financial services such as loans, deposits, and other financial products for 25 provinces and cities of Cambodia. PRASAC is currently seeking for the qualified Cambodian national candidates (male or female) to fill the position of:
 

Position: Manager of Personnel Unit, 01 Position Report to: VP & Manager of Personnel Department
Job Location: Head Office, Phnom Penh Deadline: May 18, 2016 at 4:00 PM
Main Duties and Responsibilities Key Selection Criteria and Qualification

• Regularly visit and support regional/branch on staff management and deal with all issues/complaints related to staff performance, promotion demotion transaction, and discipline.
• Be a representative of Personnel Department to participate in branch meeting.
• Investigate all the cases that happen to branch staff and take disciplinary action.
• Monitor and spot check on staff personnel files at each branch.
• Prepare recruitment plans to ensure staff sufficient and high productivity, and participate in recruitment process.
• Perform on-job training to BM on staff management and personnel administration tasks at each branch to be in-line with Personnel Policy and Internal Rules.
• Conduct staff satisfaction survey, PA, recruitment, etc.
• Prepare succession planning for staff.
• Report on every staff issues and conflict at each branch.
• Stand as trainer on Job Descriptions, Internal Rule Code of conduct and Personnel Policy to staff.
• Assist Personnel Manager in developing HR manual, process, policy and procedures.
• Manage all the recruitment processes and allocate staff for vacant positions and Report on HR management to manager.

• Bachelor or Master Degree of Human Resources Management, Banking and Finance or relevant fields.
• A minimum of three year similar experiences within HR functions and staff management.
• Minimum 3 year experience of working in regulated financial institution,
• Excellent command of written and spoken English.
• Very good in communication skills and ability to work in a team spirits.
• High personal integrity, morality, prudence and maintain confidentiality with sensitive customer and internal information.
• Willingness frequently to travel to the wide branch network offices.
• Ability to perform training to staff within the branch network system.
• Be able to work under pressure and act professionally.
• Experience of writing procedures, drafting manuals and reports.
• Excellence in Microsoft Office.


Interested candidates are requested to submit his/her resume, cover letter with expected salary, photo, copy of certificates, recommendations, ID card, birth letter and family book via E-mail or to PRASAC MFI., Head Office at Building 212, St. 271, Toultompong 2, Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
E-mail: recruitment@prasac.com.kh , Tel: 023 220 102.
Note: Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for writing test or interview.

Head Office: Building No. 212, Street 271, Toul Tumpung 2, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Phone: +855 23 220 102 | Customer Sevice : +855 23 999 911
Fax: +855 23 216 362 | Email: info@prasac.com.kh | Website: www.prasac.com.kh

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