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Administrative Manager


Benefits: B9. S4. (SCR 17,651)

Job Summary:  The Administrative Manager is the primary provider of administrative and human resource support to the organization and is responsible for the smooth functioning of the operations of the Commission.  The Administrative Manager works under the direct supervision of the designated Commissioners and is supervised more broadly by the Chairperson and the Vice-Chairperson of the Commission.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:   The administrative manager is responsible for the office management of the Commission.  The administrative manager procures the necessary office equipment for the Commission and is responsible for ensuring the speedy preparation of invoices and other materials for payment by the Ministry of Finance. The administrative management is to alert the Commission to Ministry of Finance imposed deadlines on virements and other matters that could unduly impact the financial stability of the Commission.  The administrative manager liaises with the Ministry of Finance more generally to secure support for the immediate needs of the Commission to ensure no delays in the Commission’s ability to operate efficiently and effectively. The administrative manager is responsible for the management of the assets of the Commission, including telephones, fuel, transport and for keeping the record of the Commission for audit purposes.  The administrative manager is also responsible for monitoring staff leave, payment of salaries and entitlements, and for ensuring staff compliance with the code of conduct of the organization.

Minimum Requirements: Degree or Diploma in Office Management or related field; computer skills and knowledge of relevant software; strong knowledge of clerical and administrative systems and procedures such as filing and record keeping. At least 5 years relevant work experience in office management.

Skills:  Excellent organization and planning skills. Transparency in work practices and a strong sense of accountability for the discharge of responsibilities.  Ability to lead other staff by example and to hold staff accountable for their attendance requirements and professional conduct.  Fluency in English and Creole required.




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For more information, please call:  4290399

Closing date: Friday 4th June 2021

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