Palestinian Engineering Association is one of the most important unions in Palestine because of its important role in serving the homeland and citizens. It aimed mainly to work on organizing the engineering profession, develop and build the capacity of Palestinian engineers to achieve an actively participate in economic development , create a conducive environment for creativity and innovation development to serve the community from one hand and to provide technical services in professional manner from the other hand. In addition to participate in development of engineering, professional and industrial education and training programs, as well as to promote the cooperation and coordination with professional engineering associations at regional and international level.
Within this context, PEA has contracted GCT to provide consultancy services toward building its institutional capacity to ensure the continuation of the internal development process.
The main objective of this assignment was to develop a manual including administrative organization, organizational structure, general specializations and job descriptions for Palestinian Engineering Association / Jerusalem branch. This manual aimed to be a reference to PEA by providing sufficient clarifications about administrative principles, organizational foundations and divisions based on the applicable system in PEA. It consists of two main parts (organizational structures and job descriptions).
:Description of Actual Services Provided by GCT staff
- Conducting a desk reviwe of all related document to PEA’s objectives, functions, internal financial and administrative system, and any other previous studies may have been conducted in its work environment
- Development of final report that identify the new mechanism of actions, and the key aspects of the new administrative system which included organizational and functional structures, general specialization, job descriptions, performance appraisal system and salary scale system.
- Identify the PEA’s regulatory frameworks in collaboration with senior officers and other staff members