SAMS HR Consulting has unmatched experience of recruitment, deriving from its focus on servicing the resource needs of the health and development sectors, for the past 19 years.
We have to-date helped recruit more than 8,000 health and development professionals a number of whom have been qualified doctors/ qualified public health professionals. Recruitment has been through large, nationally advertised campaigns, as well as focused, headhunting assignments, for senior managers.
Our length of association with professionals in these sectors provides us unmatched reach and the ability to provide recruitment support covering senior, middle and junior staff positions. We have a database of more than 30,000 development and health sector professionals who are in ongoing contact with us.
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SAMS HR Consulting provides/ have provided payrolling support in respect of outsourced staff to a number of development organizations that include Save the Children Fund (UK), UNFPA Nepal, World Health Organization (WHO) for the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP), National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) and the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND).
Staff on our payroll have included national, Delhi-based professionals , as well as field staff across the country.
Terms of reference for payrolling engagements have tended to include monthly payroll generation, salary disbursement, cafeteria reimbursements, statutory compliances, insurance cover provision and cash flow management.
In addition to above, we have also been responsible for employment contract generation, travel claim processing, triangulation exercise, leave accounting and full & final settlements
The terms of reference for some engagements have tended to extend beyond payrolling to include recruitment for attrition, performance appraisal, activity tracking and reporting, technical cum financial assurance, travel facilitation, facilitation of large-scale meets and trainings, provision of mobile phones, data cards and laptops and the institution of vehicle hiring arrangements.
We ensure adequate systemic controls over all processes outsourced to us. We also have an independent Internal Audit System whereby all processes, statements and deliverables are subjected to independent review.
SAMS point persons are identified for each project and they are available to the staff on 24x7 basis for routine &/or emergency needs covering travel facilitation, claims processing, policy interpretation, salary disbursement, leave approval, etc. Our team members are attentive, solution-oriented and responsive. We take pride in the fact that we have an emotional connect with resources outsourced to us.
Supply Chain/ Drug Inventory Management & Logistics
SAMS has been retained by WHO since October 2000, to nationally support the Central TB Division (CTD), MoHFW, in Drug Logistics and Inventory Management (DLIM) for RNTCP. Entire post-procurement, supply chain processes for the programme have been outsourced to us.
SAMS has developed, implemented and maintained a functional system for the management of drugs supplies and related logistics arrangements, covering 637 districts across the country.
SAMS commenced providing comprehensive supply chain management support on similar lines as above to NVBDCP, MoHFW, in June 2009.
Both of these are large engagements entailing round the year on-site teams in excess of six logistics professionals. TORs include review and improvement of supply chain management practices at the state and district level, including capacity building of health officers, pharmacists, etc., for the purpose.
In addition to the above ongoing engagements, SAMS also partnered with the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative Inc. (CHAI) to support NACO in inventory management and maintaining the logistics and supply chain management of antiretroviral drugs across the country. The assignment was conducted in 2008.