HR Consultant (functional support and training)
Broad working knowledge of human resources with ability to work as part of a multi-racial and multi-disciplinary team providing service to a wide range of clients; excellent management skills; good problem solving and conflict resolution skills, sound consulting and decision–making skills; solid financial and analytical skills; good communications skills (oral and written); strong interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to travel as necessary; ability to work with relational databases, spreadsheets, presentations, email, internet research sources and word processing software.
Specialties: Human Resources Administrator with experience in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating human resources and labor relations policies, programs and procedures and advice managers and employees on personnel and other matters that may arise.
Post Graduate Diploma at Uganda Management Institute, Kampala
Bachelors Degree at Makerere University, Kampala
April 2014 todate
Professional Services Consultant at Freebalance, Uganda
Overall responsibility for training of Uganda Government officials who are stakeholders in the implementation of the IPSS HR Modules of Recruitment, Employee Management, Payroll Management, Training Management, Leave Management, Promotions, Disciplinary, Performance Management, Succession Planning, Time and Attendance Management and Termination/ Retirement in 39 sites including central government votes, districts, municipalities, Public agencies, hospitals and public universities.
Nov 2012 - March 2014
Professional Services Consultant at Frebalance, South Sudan
Provide expertise and knowledge of multiple functional areas of HR expertise to South Sudan government officials who are stakeholders, with hands-on experience with products/solutions; Conduct business requirements review with the client and prepare requirements analyses and system/configuration design related to required government accounting functions; Configure and demonstrate the FreeBalance software/solution to the Client, illustrating the mapping between the process to the technology ; Develop training material and deliver required product and user training courses to 20 Government Officials from the 3 ministries, including ‘Train the Trainer’, to meet the Client’s needs; Transfer knowledge to the Client related to project management, Manage the day-to-day operations aspects of a project and scope, including meeting the project schedules and WBS tasks, and submitting quality deliverables;
Aug 2012- Nov 2012
Human Resources and Administrative Officer (Maternity Cover) at Children’s AIDS Fund
Managed a broad range of HR functions including review and recommend for improvement on country HR strategy; ensured implementation of country HR polices in line with corporate strategies under the five pillars of Recruitment & Selection, Human Resource Development, Organizational Development, Health and Safety and Compensation and Benefits;
Jan 2011- Aug 2012
Human Resources and Administrative Officer at International Rescue Committee
Managed a broad range of HR functions including payroll administration, benefits enrolment and administration, HRIS co-administration, personnel file management, HR policy development, employee screening/ hiring/ orientation, staff training and development, Maintenance and repairs for both office and expatriates residences;
June 2007- December 2009
Human Resources Administrator at PAE Government Services, Liberia
including the management of the HR budget funded by USAID while they conducted military training of the new 2,000 Armed Forces Liberia personnel (AFL) and provided all Base Operating Support and associated logistics support for the entire army post referred to as EBK (Edward Binyah Kesselly).
July 2002 - June 2007
HR Assistant at UN World Food Programme, Uganda
Provided a broad spectrum of HR support to the HR department as well as the whole organization in the implementation of benefits and entitlements of international and general service staff. Accountable for ensuring transparency, accuracy and assuring full compliance with Staff Regulations and Rules in relation to leave management; promoted a collaborative and client-oriented approach, sharing knowledge and best practice, including coordinating training courses and coaching, Maintained the HR database and providing monthly reports for senior management meetings.
July 1996 to July 2002
Staff Assistant at UN World Food Programme, Uganda
Responsible for the administration of the ICT department comprising of 15 team members and ensured the compliance of all organizational policies and processes; supported the 4 Great Lakes Regional offices (Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda) and any other UN WFP or partners office that required IT/ TC support
- MS Word
- MS Access
- MS Excel
- Training and functional support
- Management Skills
- Problem solving and conflict resolution
- interpersonal and organizational skills
- MS Power Point
Mr. Jeffry Gouge
Mr. Tinkamanyire Mugisha
Senior HR Officer
Ms. Nnenna Wakhweya
UN WFP, Ukraine
Senior HR Officer