شرایط کلی:

    - حداقل لیسانس با 10 سال سابقه کاری و که حداقل 3 سال آن در پست مدیریتی بوده باشد.

    -تسلط به تجزيه و تحليل مالي و گزارشات مديريت

    -تسلط به زبان انگليسي


    شرایط عمومی استخدام در انجمن:

1-پایبندی به نظام و قانون اساسی جمهوری اسلامی ایران .

2-تابعيت نظام جمهوري اسلامي ايران

3- داشتن كارت پايان خدمت وظيفه يامعافيت دائم غيرپزشكي از خدمت (ويژه آقایان)

4-نداشتن سوء پیشینه کیفری که موجب محرومیت از حقوق اجتماعی گردیده باشد

5-عدم اعتیاد به مواد مخدر به تایید مراجع ذیصلاح

6-نداشتن منع استخدام به موجب آراء مراجع قانوني .

7-پایبندی به اساسنامه و آئین نامه و مصوبات هیات مدیره انجمن .

8-دارا بودن اخلاق کاری

9-دارا بودن خلاقیت ، نوآوری و هدفمندی در کار.

10-دارا بودن روابط عمومی بالا و قابلیت انجام کار تیمی به بهترین نحو .

11-توانایی برنامه ریزی فردی .

12-انعطاف پذیری و دارا بودن قدرت اداره چندین کار بطور همزمان .

13- وقت شناسی و دارا بودن توانایی انجام امور واگذار شده در زمان های تعیین شده.


CEO Code of conduct:

CEO is the highest executive authority of the Association and all employees and actives in the projects either fixed, contractual or volunteer are responsive before him/her. CEO is elected by the CEO Committee of Employment that consists of the president of the Association and elite individuals in the field of fertility health, management, NGO and International affairs out of the Association

To execute Articles of Association completely, the following regulations are applied according to the standards of IPPF:

  1. CEO shall take action about the following affairs actively and with close cooperation with the Board of Directors:
  1. To prepare strategic plan of the Association and submitting to the Board of Directors to be approved.
  2. To collect National-technical or suitable protective benefits to protect plans of the Association.
  3. To promote and develop missions and aims of the Association.
  1. CEO is responsible for preparing annual budget of the Association to be approved by the Board of Directors and is obliged to inform Board of Directors about any type of function that maybe affect on the policies of the Association.
  2. CEO is responsible for executing approvals of the Board of Directors to promote policies compiled by them.
  3. CEO shall prepare a plan for internal communication and presenting report to the Board of Directors, general meeting and independent auditors.
  4. All correspondences of the Association will be official by the signature of the chairman of the Board(President) and endorsement of the CEO and or signature of CEO and seal of the Association on the letter head.
  5. CEO is responsible to guarantee the plans of the Association performing correctly and in coordination with the policies approving by the Board of Directors
  6. CEO shall predict annual operational programs, budgeting for each plan and presenting annual reports according to the standards of IPPF or any one of the partners and helpers.
  7. CEO shall guarantee that any one of the managerial units, work groups have defined short and long term aims and all employees work in the line of the role and aims of the Association, therefore, work groups, executors, advisors and employees of the Association shall do their duties in frame of the approvals of the Association and supervision on the performing duties is due to the CEO and is obliged to prepare six-month reports about the activities of the volunteers and submit to the Board of Directors in order to take decision and necessary planning. Extension of contract will be due to the results of the evaluation of functions by the CEO.
  8. CEO shall establish an effective management of the Association in all fields including properties maintenance and creating an internal control system.
  9. CEO is responsible for financial circulation of the Association and must be sure about the required financial methods and systems for the accounting of all incomes and costs of the Association and that the financial system of the Association is responding and transparent.
  10. CEO is responsible for the correct function of official evaluations of the employees in the frame of defined standards and aims at the end of fiscal year.
  11. CEO shall guarantee that employees and volunteers respect responsibilities and powers and that the employees are immune from any type of hurt.

In order to guarantee authority of the CEO to execute above mentioned responsibilities, Board of Directors is allowed to assign the following powers to him/her.

  1. CEO has the power of employment or dismissal of the personnel according to the standards that Board of Directors of the Association has approved.. All volunteers or members of the work groups and free volunteers are responsive to the CEO and CEO is obliged to report the offences to the Board of Director or inspectors.
  2. Any correspondences for the name of the Association on the letter head of the Association either by email or hand writing shall be by approval of the Chairman of the Board and or CEO.
  3. Chairman of the Board and CEO are speakers and official representatives of the Association unless this power is assigned to one of the other members or employees of the Association for a special mission that in such cases, that person is obliged to report his actions to the chairman of the Board and CEO.
  1. All volunteers and employees of the Association are obliged to follow standards, executive bylaws and rules of the Association.

Planning:

  1. The CEO is involved in promoting and advancing the Association's mission.
  2. Develops and lays out the Association's Strategic plan based on the country's priorities and problem analysis involving those who are expected to implement planned programs.
  3. Prepare APB through bottom up process and operational plan to ensure that these are consistent with the Association's Strategic Plan. (Gives a copy of approved APB or a summary of it to all concerned).
  4. Plans and allocates tasks for effective implementation of approved APB.
  5. Institute and define measurable indicators for every major task.
  6. Contingency planning: to keep the business running in the event of a major systems failure.

Implementation of plans:

  1. Updates financial and operational system and procedures
  2. Facilitates the resource flow for organizational effectiveness.
  3. Appoints and dismissal other staff and consultants as may be necessary to carry out the functions of the Association.

Monitoring and evaluation:

  1. Monitors what is happening to the implementation of the work plan.
  2. Operation an effective management system to monitor (IT, MIS), communication (ensure free flow of communication and personally accessible to all), dissemination and implementation of organizational activities.
  3. Reviews the performance of the organizations and initiates corrective actions.
  4. Timely submission of information and reports to Board of directors, IPPF, donors. Submits annual service statistics and reports on its global indicators on time to IPPF.
  5. Makes necessary arrangements for proper conduct of governance meetings.
  6. Provide adequate and appropriate information to Board of Directors for making policy decisions.
  7. Prepare minutes of all the Board of Directors meetings and follow up implementation of the decisions.
  8. Steer the process of maintenance of IPPF accreditation status.
  9. Involve group numbers in decisions on critical issues and support the group to take responsibility.
  10. Diagnosis problems, facilitate collaborative resolution of issues/problems.

Human Resources management:

  1. Manage human resources for organizational effectiveness.
  2. Staff are dealt respectfully (listens, responds and relates with respect, empathy and congruence.
  3. Develops staff handbook, follows procedure for addressing staff grievances and development of staff.
  4. Appraises performance of staff periodically (not less than annually) following a structural system.
  5. Provides leadership & guidance to other staff for effectiveness of the organization.

Networking:

  1. Proactively engages with external bodies/stockholders to establish and reinforce linkages.
  2. Consciously build and nurture relationship with significant stockholders outside the organization.
  3. Director is involved in mobilizing resources for the plan.

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Family Health Association of Iran - CEO ToR

Title: Chief Executive Officer

Duty Station: Tehran

Supervisor: EXCO

Purpose of the Post:

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the senior management officer of the Corporation. The CEO serves as the leader of and maintains an effective and cohesive senior management team for the Corporation; sets the tone for the Corporation by exemplifying consistent values of high ethical standards and fairness; leads the Corporation in defining its vision; is the main spokesperson for the Corporation; and bears the chief responsibility in ensuring the Corporation meets its short-term operational and long-term strategic goals. The CEO works with and is accountable to the EXCO.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Chief Executive Officer shall:

- led and manages the members of senior management within the guidelines developed and approved in conjunction with the Board;

- Regularly report to the Board progress with achieving the Board’s objectives and to forthwith advise the Board of any matter which could have a substantial impact on the Company;

- Recommends to the Board strategic directions for the Corporation’s business and, when approved by the Board, consistently strives to achieve the corresponding strategic, business and operational goals and objectives;

- Direct and monitor the activities of the Corporation in a manner that ensures that the assets of the Corporation are safeguarded and optimized in the best interests of all the shareholders;

- Develops and implements operational policies to guide the Corporation within any limits prescribed by the Corporation’s By-Laws and the framework of the strategic directions approved by the Board;

- Develops the corporate objectives, for approval by the Board, for which the CEO is responsible for implementation;

- Identifies the principal risks of the Corporation’s business and ensures the implementation of appropriate systems to manage these risks;

- Develop and recommend the overall corporate organizational structure to the Board ensuring that personnel and systems are in place so that the day-to-day business affairs of the Corporation are appropriately managed;

- Maintains a positive work climate that is conducive to attracting, retaining and motivating a diverse group of top quality employees at all levels;

- Develops and maintains an annual Board-approved plan for the development and succession of senior management;

- Manages and oversees the required interfaces between the Corporation and the public;

- Serves as the chief spokesperson for the Corporation;

- Ensure there is an effective communications policy for the Corporation;

- Ensures that appropriate personnel and systems are in place for the integrity and adequacy of the Corporation’s internal control, disclosure control and management information systems;

- Foster a corporate culture that promotes ethical practices, encourages individual integrity, and fulfills social responsibility; and

- Meets, as required, with the Chair and regularly with other Board members to review material issues and to ensure that the Chair and other Board members are provided in a timely manner with all information and access to corporate management necessary to permit the Board, its committees and/or individual members to fulfill statutory and other obligations.

- Cooperates with and assists the EXCO in conducting an annual review of his performance as the senior management officer.