Career Management Framework
The Career Management Framework integrates local and international employees under a single organizational career model. This new approach to career management offers new career options. You decide how you wish to chart your career path. You can delve into an area of expertise or move across the IIC to experience a range of positions. Furthermore, you don’t have to be a supervisor to grow or advance in your career. The IIC offers career advancement for support, technical, and managerial careers.
Types of Appointments
The IIC initially offers three-year fixed-term contracts where the first year of service is considered as a probationary period, with the balance of the contract subject to written confirmation. The IIC may also offer indefinite-term contracts.
IIC employees are classified under the following service categories:
- Executives – employees designated to occupy positions at the highest supervisory level.
- Managerial – employees in the highest level who focus on providing organizational leadership and management.
- Technical – employees that provide specialized expertise in specific business areas.
- Support – employees that provide administrative and organizational support.
In order to meet its current and long-term needs, the IIC provides ongoing training and development to improve the knowledge, skills, and attitudes at all levels of the organization.
The IIC seeks to motivate staff career development through different mechanisms, such as:
- Work assignments
- Lateral transfers
- Rotation exercises
- External assignments
IIC salaries are grade-based, with grades corresponding to the different levels of responsibility and complexity in each position. The salary scale consists of 12 grades, each with a minimum, midpoint, and maximum salary range.
The IIC’s salary scale for international employees can be found here.