Ministry of Education, Guyana

Main Objective of the Audit

The main objective is to carry out an Organisational Audit of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) in order to obtain a general assessment of whether the internal organisational structure is fit to carry out the tasks that are assigned to that Unit. The examination of working methods and procedures set up to carry out their activities will help to establish a diagnosis of how they function and to develop recommendations aimed at streamlining tasks and decision-making processes in order to improve efficiency.

Qualifications:
- A Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management/Education Management with 5 years’ experience in Human Resources Management/Education Management.

OR

A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management/Education Management with 10 years’ experience in Human Resources/Education Management or relevant field.

- Experience in public service reorganization or restructuring or strengthening of management capacities at management level.

- Experience in Job Evaluation is an advantage.

- Knowledge and experience in the Government System of Guyana

Applications with detailed CV must be submitted to:

Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Education
26 Brickdam, Stabroek

A detailed copy of the Terms of Reference for the Consultancy Services could be uplifted from the HR Department, Ministry of Education, 21 Brickdam, Stabroek.

Closing date for Applications is August 17, 2018

 

The Ministry of Education’s Schools’ Welfare Department has launched a database to cater to the needs of children who have been affected or might be at risk of some social ills.

Published in External News

The Ministry of Education (MoE) Schools welfare Department today launched a database to cater for the needs of children who have been affected or might be at risk of becoming affected by some form of social issue.

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