Corporate Resources

Finance and Accounts Section

The main function of Finance and Accounts Section is to plan, manage and control the Commission’s financial position as well as generate additional revenue for the Commission through its investment activities.

The planning, management and control of the financial position involves:

a) monitoring of all revenue collection and expenditure activities;
b) preparation of annual budget;
c) managing all investment portfolios;
d) preparation of periodical reporting inclusive of financial statements; and
e) ensuring that all financial activities are handled in accordance with the financial instructions, circulars and guidelines.

The Finance and Accounts Section is supported by the following Units :

a) Payment & Budgetary Unit
b) Accounts Unit
c) Revenue & Credit Control Unit
d) Investment & Loan Unit

 

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Human Resource Management Section

The Human Resources Management Section serves as a centre for organisational resource and manages internal affairs pertaining to employment matters, as well as facilities for personnel. The scope of the section includes the administration of medical benefits, remuneration management and the implementation of various e-employee services under HRMS. The section is also the Organisations' repository for employees' records of employment.

The following units form the core of the Section:

  • Services Unit
  • Payroll Unit
  • HRIS Unit
  • Employees Communication & Welfare Unit
  • Performance Management Unit

 

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Organisation Development Section

The Organisation Development Section is entrusted with the task of planning and developing the SSM's human talent management. It has as its ultimate aim, the strategic formulation of programs carefully planned and implemented to optimise the human capital according to organisational needs. This objective calls for the cultivation of personnel well equipped with high performance values and standards as well as sensitivities to the social needs of the society at large.

This section is strategically supported by the following units:

  • Human Capital Development & Training Unit
  • System Development & Resourcing Unit

 

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Integrity and Discipline Section

The role of this section is to promote a high level of discipline and integrity amongst staff especially on matters pertaining to industrial relations and rules & regulations issued by management. Meticulously planned programs are organised for the purpose of inculcating an excellent working culture.

In addition, this section also acts as a centre for counselling, domestics inquiries and as well as functions as the secretariat for SSM's Disciplinary Committee.

 

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Administration Management Section

This section serves as the backbone and catalyst of all the activities of each department at SSM so as to ensure that they operate efficiently and effectively.

The section is responsible for the planning and designing of plans and policies relating to office administration activities which includes the designing of implementation programs for the office. Additionally, the section is also responsible for the SSM procurement, keeping of contract,  managing the office cars, managing the air ticket, monitoring the occupational safety and health, updating the work process manual and innovation award to the staff. These functions are supported through the following three main units of this section:

1.    Procurement Unit

2.    Administration Unit

3.    Quality Management Unit

 

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Building and Facilities Management Section

The Building & Facilities Management Section is the integration of processes within an organization to maintain and develop the agreed services which support and improve the effectiveness of its primary activities include supervises the maintenance of all mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment including HVAC systems, electric motors, pumps, ventilating fans, air conditioning, lifts, escalators and electrical control units.

Facilities management encompasses technical and multi-disciplinary activities within the built environment and the management of their impact upon people and the workplace. The Building & Facilities Management Section is supported by the following Units :

1. Building & Maintenance Unit

2. Asset & Facilities Management Unit