Professional Officer (People Management)

  • Basis:  Full-Time
  • Closing Date:  07 Dec, 2021
  • Job Ref:  KMP-66651

Job Description

The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority is the national authority charged to drive, maintain and surveil competition and consumer legislation and policies. Its core principles are founded upon the interest and welfare of consumers, the promotion of sound business practices, and the coordination of standards in relation to products and services.

The MCCAA is a regulatory organ providing for dispute resolution by the establishment, jurisdiction and procedure of an appeals tribunal and an alternative dispute resolution process. The authority is inviting applications for the post of Professional Officer (People Management).

Overall Purpose of Position
To provide support in the various human resource functions, which includes recruitment and induction, training and development, performance management, and employee wellbeing. The Officer shall actively work towards meeting targets established by the Authority while ensuring that the responsibilities of the Human Resources Directorate are met.

The selected candidate will be expected to

  • Lead the recruitment process of employees within the Authority as may be deemed necessary;
  • Provide information and assistance to employees and management on work-related issues;
  • Set up and maintain HRIS and employee development programmes striving towards continuous development for enhanced employee performance;
  • Contribute towards the drafting of reports as required throughout the year;
  • Participate in Performance Management and KPI implementation;
  • Deliver presentations and training as may be required from time to time;
  • Lead support operations related to changes in work practices;
  • Actively participate in Authority campaigns related to Human Resources, delivering presentations when required;
  • Represent the Directorate on Committees as necessary;
  • Ensure that HR policies, manuals, codes, regulations and related templates are constantly reviewed and updated to reflect best practice and legislative requirements;
  • Ensure effective day-to-day running of the administrative function;
  • Carry out effectively any other duties and responsibilities and undertake other assignments as reasonably directed by the respective Director General or the Chairperson’s office.

By the closing time and date of this call for applications, applicants must

  • Be in possession of a recognised degree at MQF level 6 (subject to a minimum of 180 ECTS / ECVET credits, or equivalent) in human resources, psychology or business administration, or an appropriate, recognised, comparable qualification;
  • Be in possession of an ECDL certificate;
  • Have an excellent command of both the English and Maltese languages; and
  • Be in possession of a clean police conduct, not older than six months.

Relevant work experience shall be looked upon favourably.

Interested candidates are to send their motivation letter, clearly quoting the position being applied for, together with a detailed Europass CV and copies of academic qualifications via the apply button below. Late applications will not be considered.