Profession public employment service manager

Public employment service managers supervise the operations of a public employment agency. They oversee the staff that helps people find employment or provide occupational guidance.

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Personality Type

Knowledge

  • Employment law

    The law which mediates the relationship between employees and employers. It concerns employees' rights at work which are binding by the work contract.

  • Labour legislation

    Legislation, on a national or international level, that governs labour conditions in various fields between labour parties such as the government, employees, employers, and trade unions.

  • Supervision of persons

    The act of directing one individual or a group of individuals in a certain activity.

Skills

  • Develop employee retention programs

    Plan, develop, and implement programs aimed at keeping the satisfaction of the employees in the best levels. Consequently, assuring the loyalty of employees.

  • Promote employment policy

    Promote the development and implementation of policies which aim to improve employment standards, and reduce unemployment rates, in order to acquire governmental and public support.

  • Organise staff assessment

    Organising the overall assessment process of the staff.

  • Maintain relations with local representatives

    Maintain good relations with representatives of the local scientific, economic and civil society.

  • Manage government policy implementation

    Manage the operations of the implementation of new government policies or changes in existing policies on a national or regional level as well as the staff involved in the implementation procedure.

  • Liaise with local authorities

    Maintain the liaison and exchange of information with regional or local authorities.

  • Negotiate employment agreements

    Find agreements between employers and potential employees on salary, working conditions and non-statutory benefits.

  • Manage budgets

    Plan, monitor and report on the budget.

  • Promote gender equality in business contexts

    Raise awareness and campaign for the equalisation between the sexes by the assessment of their participation in the position and the activities carried out by companies and businesses at large.

  • Coordinate operational activities

    Synchronise activities and responsibilities of the operational staff to ensure that the resources of an organisation are used most efficiently in pursuit of the specified objectives.

  • Supervise work

    Direct and supervise the day-to-day activities of subordinate personnel.

  • Comply with legal regulations

    Ensure you are properly informed of the legal regulations that govern a specific activity and adhere to its rules, policies and laws.

  • Apply strategic thinking

    Apply generation and effective application of business insights and possible opportunities, in order to achieve competitive business advantage on a long-term basis.

  • Supervise staff

    Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.

Optional knowledge and skills

evaluate employees promote equal pay coordinate educational programmes develop training programmes develop employment policies analyse unemployment rates promote inclusion in organisations government policy implementation advise on government policy compliance coach employees set inclusion policies discharge employees provide information on study programmes advise on career