Four senior executives from the Department of Personnel Management signed their contracts last week.
Deputy Secretary Executive Resourcing Services Mr Vele Ravugamini has been confirmed to his position after being in the position in an Acting capacity since 2018.
He signed his contract for 3 years. Director Corporate Affairs & Capacity Building Mr Michael Moke also signed his contract for 3 years.
Two senior officers Mr Elison Kalimet and Ms Roselyn Rakuavia have been elevated as Acting Deputy Secretaries respectively whilst the two positions will be re-advertised.
Mr Kalimet takes on the role of Acting Deputy Secretary Policy & Reforms while Ms Rakuavia is the Acting Deputy HR Advisory & Compliance. Both deputies will act in their respective positions for a duration of 3 months and their performance will be assessed accordingly.
Department Secretary Taies Sansan says she looks forward to working with the deputies following the signing of their contracts and Key Result Areas.
“Your contracts are performance based and now that you have signed them – please work towards achieving the Key Result Areas in your contracts.”
Ms Sansan urged them to provide the leadership and guidance required in their respective wings to ensure there is a cascading effect of their respective KRA’s to all officers within their respective divisions and branches.
“This year has been a challenging year with the covid-19 pandemic but as the country slowly finds ways to deal with the pandemic under the new normal – it is incumbent on you all as senior executives of this department to embrace the changes and work towards executing them. Importantly, let’s all work together to ensure we implement the major Public Sector reforms of the Department and the Government. That is
critical and it is important that we achieve this under the Departments Corporate Plan”.