Friday, February 08, 2013

Concern Worldwide Consultancy to Undertake Job Evaluation & Grade Structure Review

Concern Worldwide Consultancy to Undertake Job Evaluation & Grade Structure Review
1. Background information:

The current national staff salary grade structure has not been revised for over 5 years. 
Since then, Concern’s programmes have changed in terms of sector as well as geographical coverage and the existing grade structure does not inadequately address current needs. 
The grade structure was designed with less than 24 job titles but that has grown to over 35. 
New titles have been created to address program needs but a rational basis is required for making defensible decisions on job grades and rates of pay. 
Currently Concern Kenya has 85 national staff.

2. Objective of the Consultancy:
The objective of the consultancy is to review the existing structure and make recommendations to management on a revised grade structure that:
  • Addresses the current need and is also flexible enough to accommodate future changes
  • Is within the market norms in terms of levels as well as the minimum and maximum salary
3. Expected Output:
  • A competitive grade structure that reflects the realities of the organisation, addresses inequities and disparities in similar functions performed across Concern Kenya Programme.
  • Revised job descriptions and specifications for national staff.
  • Recommend a logical and consistent approach for grading new positions that ensure internal equity with minimum distortion of the existing structure
Interested applicants should submit the following:
  • Expression of interest and demonstration of capability/resume
  • At least three previous clients and their contacts
  • A technical quotation (How you propose to undertake the assignment and work plan)
  • A financial quotation (Either cost per day or a consolidated fee for the entire assignment in Kshs.)
Applications should be sent to following email address: addressed to:- 
The Human Resource Manager, 
Concern Worldwide, 
P.O. Box 13850-00800, 
by Friday, 15 February 2013.
Applicants will be short-listed based on their qualifications and work experience. 
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interview.
Concern has a Code of Conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from abuse and exploitation
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