Thèmes - Roster
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|A/59/446||16. ...The Committee is of the opinion that effective management of such a roster, including automatic electronic notification of programme managers concerning eligible roster candidates, could provide a means for shortening the recruitment timeline.||2004|
65. â€¦The Advisory Committee considers the roster as one important tool to expedite the staff selection process, as it provides a way for full advantage to be taken of the work done by the Office of Human Resources Management, programme managers and the central review bodies, as well as the resources expended, for each vacancy. Moreover, with its potential to shorten and simplify the recruitment process, the roster system provides an incentive for managers to look outside their circle of professional acquaintances at qualified (and vetted) candidates, and likewise provides candidates with the opportunity to be truly considered for positions for which they are qualified; this will have added importance if the staff mobility programme is implemented as planned. In view of the protracted recruitment process, the Committee is of the opinion that consideration should be given to the best way of managing the roster, including the time period that candidates remain on it. The Committee encourages the Secretary-General to address the roster system in his forthcoming report on efforts to reduce delays in the process of selection, recruitment and placement of staff to be submitted to the General Assembly at its sixty-first session pursuant to Assembly resolution 59/266 (sect. II, para. 4). In this connection, the Committee reiterates its view that effective management of such a roster, including the automatic electronic notification of programme managers concerning eligible roster candidates, could provide a means for shortening the recruitment time line (see A/59/446, para. 16).
66. Upon enquiry, the Advisory Committee was informed that a roster management system was soon to be introduced. Previously, the human resources case officer for each vacancy was obliged to manually search in the Galaxy electronic staffing system for relevant rostered candidates. The Committee was informed that the new system would pull all relevant cases automatically and that the case officer would make the determination as to similarity of functions. The Committee trusts that the system will be further refined to make it more automatic by eliminating the need for the case officer to review the rostered candidates. The Committee notes with concern that the new staff selection system was put into place in 2002 without an adequate means of handling the rosters that were to be a part of it.