Manager, Human Resources
ONIKEH SMYTHE JACKSON
Mrs. Onikeh Smythe Jackson, Human Resources Manager here at the LCAA is a specialist with outstanding records of more than fifteen years experiences in Administrative, Managerial and leadership activities. She has earned a Bachelor of Theology (Cum Laude) degree from the
Bryant Theological Seminary at the African Methodist Episcopal University.
In addition, she has also obtained a Bachelor of Public Administration degree from the University of Liberia and also, Certificate in Secretarial Science from the Lincoln Commercial in Monrovia.
In addition to these academic and professional qualification, she has also participated in and obtained certificates in several professional trainings both national and internationally; associated with both human resources and aviation respectively. These trainings include, Integrated Aviation Management System- IAMS, Electronic Record Management, ICAO Competency Base Training (CBT) FOR Air Traffic Controllers (ATCO) AND Air Traffic Safety personnel (ATSEP) and Human Resource Management and development ,Disaster Management prevention and control ,Basic First Aid Training, HIV/AIDS awareness as well as Project Planning and Management and the HR and Performance Management.
She is credited for the passion of strong interpersonal, problem solving, communicating (both verbal & Written) and decision making skills based on her proven records of being an Ardent learner, humble student and patient teacher with strong organizational and time Management skills.
With her vision of helping the peers and subordinates understand the HR policies of the LCAA, she is always passionate about motivating others to meet and exceed organizational goals in a time conscious and result-oriented manner.
As Human Resources Manager, Madam Jackson is responsible to among other tasks, develop and implement policy and procedures and ensure compliance with labor laws and regulations. Provide consultation to management on strategic staffing plans, compensation, benefits,
orientation, training and development, budget, and labor relations. Take a leadership role in developing a culture that enables employees to perform in accordance to Organization’s objectives as well as, supervisees’ staff on issues regarding implementation of policies and procedures, safety of the workforce, recruiting and hiring high-performing employees, and labor and other human resources issues.
Excluding Mrs. Jackson’s professional life, she is a born again Christian and a Licentiate of the presbytery of Liberia.