The HR is charged with carrying out the college policies concerning recruitment of qualified academic, administrative, technical and services manpower, and provide them with all the benefits for the functional and psychological security in accordance with the college laws and regulations.

Major Functions

  • Provides advices and assistances in developing human resource plans.
  • Prepares notices and advertisements for vacant staff positions
  • Schedules and organizes interviews.
  • Conducts reference checks on possible candidates.
  • Sends correspondences to job candidates.
  • Answers questions from new hires regarding policies, benefits and schedules.
  • Conducts new hire orientation and processes all pertinent documents.
  • Opens new employee files and adds information to departmental database; maintains employee files and records up to date.
  • Monitors daily attendance, Investigates and understands causes for staff absences.
  • Provides advices and recommendations on disciplinary actions.
  • Monitors scheduled absences such as holidays or travel and coordinates actions to ensure the staff absence has been adequately covered off to ensure continuity of services.
  • Tracks employee performance appraisal due dates and notifies supervisors; verifies whether a merit increase is due and any merit increase request, processes payroll adjustments for late merit increases.
  • Maintains and ensures accuracy of eligibility, certification, and recruitment files, maintains applicant and special appointment records in database Gathers and analyzes salary data and makes salary recommendations for new or revised classifications; gathers and analyzes information on salary, benefits, and human resource practices for labor relations purposes.
  • Acts as liaison between FCMS and the DSFH Human Resources Department, facilitating human resources actions such as recruitments and certifications, classification studies, medical exam issues, and labor-relations matters, and prepares written narratives.
  • Represents FCMS in human resources-related committees to ensure that FCMS concerns and issues are raised and addressed.
  • Investigates claims of discrimination and harassments within the department, prepares reports of findings, and makes recommendations for action, and arbitrates employee complaints and formal grievances.
  • Responds to human resources-related inquiries by external bodies and accreditation agencies.
  • Interprets and advises on employment legislation, and conducts exit interviews.
  • Deals with the College and employees governmental issues.