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ii. Overseeing talent acquisition, human resource development, and succession planning, retention, training and leadership development. iii. Develop comprehensive strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet the human capital needs of strategic goals. §12. The Chief Operating Officer, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, and Chief Human Resource Officer reports to the Chief Executive Officer. §13. The Director of Operations (D-OP) shall assume the duties of the Chief Operating Officer should the office become vacant, or in his absence. The D-OP reports to the COO and is mandated to contribute insights regarding JO’s Operations Management and to render support by any means necessary to the COO and the functions of the DOO. §14. The Director of Marketing and Communications (D-MarkCom) shall assume the duties of the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer should the office become vacant, or in his absence. The D-MarkCom reports to the CMCO and is mandated to contribute insights regarding JO’s Marketing and Communications Management and to render support by any means necessary to the COO and the functions of the DMC. §15. The Director of Finance (D-Fin) shall assume the duties of the Chief Finance Officer should the office become vacant, or in his absence. The D-Fin reports to the CFO and is mandated to contribute insights regarding JO’s Financial Management and to render support by any means necessary to the CFO and the functions of the DOF. §16. The Director of Regulatory Compliance (D-RegCom) shall assume the duties of the Chief Compliance Officer should the office become vacant, or in his absence. The D-RegCom reports to the CCO and is mandated to con tribute insights regarding JO’s
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Regulations Management and to render support by any means necessary to the CCO and the functions of the DOR. §17. The Director of Human Resource (D-HumRes) shall assume the duties of the Chief Human Resource Officer should the office become vacant, or in his absence. The D- HumRes reports to the CHRO and is mandated to contribute insights regarding JO’s Human Resource Development and Management and to render support by any means necessary to the CHRO and the functions of the DHRDM. §18. All Officers have further powers and duties, necessary or incidental for the discharge and performance of the functions of his office, and or as prescribed by JO, such as signing all Official Recognitions, communications and official Documents of the Organization relating to his line of work. §19. All Officers are responsible for the managing of their respective activities, as designated to them by the CEO, documenting and writing the Activity Report. §20. All outgoing Officers and the Advisers must conduct an Orientation Program, which includes a discussion of the functions of Officers, this Constitution, and related procedure and documents, for all incoming Officers, including appointees prior to the commencement of their terms.
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