Human Resource Management Policy
Southern Africa Youth Project realises that the quality and success of staffing and related staff development, are fundamental to the quality and success of the organisation. Therefore, the organisation implement procedures for Staff Selection, Appraisal and Development, which include requirements for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, and termination of services.
Southern Africa Youth Project ensure that the structure, level, and type of staffing are appropriate for the Youth Development
- Competencies required of all staff to contribute to the organisation’s objectives and do their jobs effectively be identified. They are reflected in Job Descriptions and recruitment, selection, and job allocation practices. All posts are Programme Type and Unit Standard based job descriptions.
- All newly recruited staff go through an induction process.
- Staff be assigned to specific activities and tasks based on being competent about their roles and responsibilities, i.e. to manage and carry out all aspects of Southern Africa Youth Project operations and to meet the demands of Contracts and the number of beneficiaries enrolled. Specific activities, tasks and roles and responsibilities are included and described in Southern Africa Youth Project Quality Systems Procedures.
- Competency is determined based on applicable education, training, skill, and experience.
- Team and individual training and development needs are regularly reviewed and analysed, and funding made available for identified
- staff training needs. Own action plans are constructed for all staff. They consider prior achievement, identify goals and
- development needs and describe agreed arrangements for meeting those needs.
- Staff be encouraged to gain further qualifications, particularly as assessors and moderators. Management responsibilities for staffing are allocated, and evidence of systematic review of staffing arrangements be maintained.
- Southern Africa Youth Project maintain comprehensive records of education, training, qualifications, skill, and experience for all full
- time and, part-time and contracted staff