- Organization: WFP – World Food Programme
- Location: Cairo
- Grade: Consultancy – International Consultant – Internationally recruited Contractors Agreement
- Occupational Groups:
- Human Resources
- Closing Date: 2023-05-15
The World Food Program (WFP) is the top humanitarian agency that provides food aid in dire situations and collaborates with locals to boost nutrition and resilience. The United Nations created it in 1961 to aid in reducing global hunger. 80 nations are home to WFP offices, which have its main headquarters in Rome. The biggest humanitarian organization in the world, it is also the main supplier of school meals. In order to promote nutrition initiatives, policies, and programs, such as school meals and food fortification, WFP collaborates with governments, other UN agencies, NGOs, and the corporate sector.
1. Donate to the growth of effective talent acquisition strategies by using new technologies, social media, software, and networks, to recognize , attract, and hire the best talent in support of WFP strategic goals
2. Design capacity building activities for Country Office HR professionals on best recruitment practices and procedures including sourcing, assessment, and improvement of candidate experience and stakeholder satisfaction
3. Stay up-to-date on new media tools, best practices, and share understanding of these best practices with HR team partners of the Middle East, North Africa, and Eastern Europe Region, to improve talent acquisition in the region.
4. Member with managers to comprehend their specific functional staffing needs and implement solutions to meet these needs, following standard processes and ensuring alignment with wider WFP policies.
5. Articulate WFP’s employee value offer to enhance visibility and reputation in key sourcing channels by carrying out impactful and targeted employer branding activities.
6. Build alliances, create and maintain strong relationships that include outreach to schools, institutions of higher learning, target diversity associations, professional associations and other recruiting sources to ensure sourcing produces a strong talent pipeline.
7. Check and streamline the recruitment process through straight forward data analysis and putting forward some simplifications to contribute to process efficiencies and modifications.
8. Donate to preparation of a regular, accurate report (ie a dynamic dashboard) on the talent acquisition activities that enables leaked decision-making and consistent information for stakeholders.
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- Advanced university degree in Human Resource Management, Public or Business Administration, Organizational Psychology or other appropriate field,
- or First University degree with additional years of connected work background or trainings/courses.
- Typically five (5) years of professional background in Talent Acquisition.