Detailed description of project Back
The global objective of the assignment is to support the EU in defining an appropriate and balanced salary and benefits package for national staff in EDF-funded projects and programmes on the basis of an empirical salary survey, in relation to the content of the respective job profiles.
The specific objectives include:
- Establish a benchmark of present salary structures on the basis of an empirical survey of existing EDF-funded projects and programmes;
- Compare and analyse current EDF project staff packages with equivalent job levels in the public and private sector, and among Development Partners and national and international NGOs;
- Recommend an appropriate salary and benefits structure that will attract, motivate and retain high profile staff to support and enhance productivity and improve service delivery in the EU funded projects;
- Update the EDF staff management guidelines of 2007 to cater for the recent changes in EU and Uganda regulatory provisions and best practices in Human Resource Management;
- Harmonise and rationalise the EDF project staff salary structures to ensure equity and comparable pay structures; and
- Design and recommend a roll out strategy of the new salaries and benefits packages.
Type of services provided
The mission is carried out by one senior expert. Core services include:
- Desk Review;
- Data Collection and analysis;
- Face to face interviews;
- Survey of remuneration in selected development partner projects and other organisations (NGOs, private sector);
- Update human resource manuals;
- Recommend an optimal structure for specified job families and propose an implementation strategy.