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Title: Human Resources  Manager 


Length of Assignment: Long-Term


Reports to: Operations and Finance Director 



The USAID-funded Visit Tunisia Activity is a 5-year project designed to enhance Tunisia’s tourism potential, with the goal of generating revenue and jobs, particularly for women and youth, and for populations in underserved regions of the country. The overall vision behind USAID’s investment in Tunisia’s tourism sector is to capitalize on Tunisia’s natural, cultural, heritage and historical sites to develop a more diversified and high-quality tourism sector that contributes to broad-based economic growth. Through this activity, USAID seeks to contribute to Tunisia’s growth and development to offset the negative economic impact of the coronavirus crisis. The project will seek to achieve the following four objectives:


  • Objective 1: Enhance Tunisia’s competitiveness as a tourism destination;
  • Objective 2: Increase tourism-related investments and revenue;
  • Objective 3: Improve the enabling environment for sustained growth in the tourism sector; 
  • Objective 4: Private sector engagement to expand the offer and quality of alternative tourism.


This project will collaborate with the relevant ministries, private sector, and donors to advance the objectives while contributing to the following high-level results: 

  1. Increase in the number of tourists. 
  2. Increase in the number of jobs in the tourism sector. 
  3. Increase in tourism revenue. 
  4. Increase in private sector-led investment and innovation in the tourism sector. 




The HR Manager assumes the primary responsibility for the project’s human resources processes, personnel capacity building and personnel management. The HR Manager will also ensure compliance of human resources policies and procedures with local labor laws, USAID and Chemonics regulations

The HR Manager will ensure highest level of integrity, honesty and confidentiality in his functions and will maintain professional relationships with project staff, partners, donor, counterparts, vendors, and others with whom he interacts, throughout the life of the project.




  • Lead the recruitment of short-term and long-term technical and operations staff, with guidance from the technical teams, Chief of Party, and Operations and Finance Director 
  • Support scope of work development for short-term and long-term positions and opening of new vacancies as needed.
  • Organize and schedule interviews with candidates
  • Collect biodata information on candidates per Chemonics and USAID rules and regulations 
  • Prepare employment agreements.
  • Assist in the orientation of new employees according to the orientation checklist.
  • Ensure that the probationary period’s performance is evaluated for all new hires.
  • Maintain personnel files to ensure completeness
  • Manage the tracking of leave for staff and communicate with Finance team balance report on monthly basis 
  • Serve as liaison between project staff and Health insurance contractor on all health medical reimbursement matters
  • Work closely with employees and supervisor to ensure that the annual performance review is completed based in Chemonics policy.
  • Ensure accurate and timely timesheet submissions.
  • Ensure project compliance with local labor laws by conducting regular audits to ensure the Project is updated on local labor laws and HR best practices.
  • Prepare HR documentation for project audits, by ensuring that each current and former project employee has an electronic and hard copy file with all requisite personal documentations according to the personnel management policies. Ensure all forms required for personal files are filled out properly and maintained according to the project file management checklist.




  • Bachelor’s degree, preferred in management, human resources, or other related area.
  • 10 years’ experience, including 5-7 years of management experience in a human resources and/or operations position for donor-funded projects.
  • Ability to multi-task and communicate effectively in a cross cultural environment
  • Attention to detail and strong professionalism.
  • Detailed knowledge of and  experience with human resources for USAID project gained through previous experience in  similar position on USAID project is preferred.
  • Experience working with international development programs is preferred. 
  • Excellent interpersonal, diplomacy, conflict resolution, and communications skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Fluent English and French required; fluent Arabic is a plus.




The HR Manager will report to the USAID/Visit Tunisia Operations and Finance Director.




This position is long-term, on a full-time basis. 




This assignment will be based in Tunis, Tunisia with potential teleworking based on the COVID-19 situation in Tunisia and ability to join the office. The office maintains a five-day work week. Overtime is not authorized.  

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