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Resources Division

The Administration and Human Resources Division leads and guides all the managers towards the accomplishment of the challenge: development of the human resource and its management.

 

The division includes these units:

 

The administration and human resources department

Unit head – David Zahavi

The unit includes a number of sections that handle all assignments related to the recruitment and development of work force in the port:

 

Individual and human resources section

Section head – Yehuda Almog

The Individual section is in charge of dealing with the workers, starting with the recruitment of workers for vacant positions based on the qualifications for the job, the requirements of the law and the standards of the company. 

The unit is in charge of managing the information about the individual as an employee of the company for making decisions in the areas of the human resource. The unit provides the workers with information regarding the area of personal rights, produces timely wages, accurately and reliably while keeping the employee’s rights.

 

Training section

Section head – Harash Tal

The Port of Ashdod places great weight on the development and nurturing the professional training of employees, and provides an answer to workers and managers regarding narrowing gaps of knowledge and skill, positions and grasping of duties in professional, managerial and strategic areas.

 

Logistic Resources Section

Section head – Moshe Buchnik

The section provides service and support to all departments in the port in areas of cleaning services, housing services, publishing and archiving services, maintenance of vehicle fleet, transportation services and catering.

The computerization department

Unit head: Itzik Shabtai.

The computerization team of the Port of Ashdod devotes thoughts and many resources in order to offer the customers the most advanced work interfaces in the field in the world.

Efficient matching between development targets of the computerization unit and the strategic goals of the Port Company in an era of competition requires innovative and creative thought that is expressed by aggressive computerization approach focused on the customer. The computerization unit of the Port of Ashdod Company is a strategic tool for the achievement of the business goals and targets of the port company. The unit utilizes innovative and effective technological and computerization elements, which provide a relative advantage over the competitors.

Coping and success with excellence in a competitive market, in Israel and the Middle East, requires appropriate and state of the art computer infrastructures, which provide a first class competitive edge. Therefore, there is great importance to a flexible computerization infrastructure, which enables quick response to the varying needs of the customers, the management, and the regulatory organs, and which provides the ability to create the differentiation compared to the competitors.

In order to produce the most out of the computerization infrastructure and its surroundings, the computerization unit takes the approach of data sharing, integration and realization of the policy and standards related to information.

The goals of the computerization department

When setting the goals of the computerization unit, a number of factors are taken into account:

  • The need to support the improvement of business processes, produce the utmost utility from technological innovations and the data accumulated in databases.
  • Development of applications directed at the customer and focused on service to customers.
  • Expansion and updating the training and skill of the department’s employees.
  • Applying cost – benefit considerations in investments and current expenses.

Receiving feedback from the Port of Ashdod’s customers is done on a permanent basis, and the improvement is an integral part of the current work processes. When determining the computerization strategy, the balance is kept between the need to leverage the business activity of the port company thru the technology, and between efficient planning and control of investments in computerization and information systems.

The department’s disposition

The computerization unit includes thirty employees engaged in a variety of jobs and professions in the area of computer and communication infrastructures and in the field of project development and information systems. The department belongs to the Headquarters and Computerization division and operates under the assistant manager of headquarters and computerization.

The computerization unit supports a wide array that includes currently 50 servers, in excess of 600 workstations, scores of communication equipment and components and additional peripheral equipment. The workers of the unit make a weariless effort in order to maintain high availability of the computer array and assist the proper operational activity of all the units in the port company.

The head of the department: Itzik Shabtai

Fields managers:
Eliran Dobo – manager of computerization infrastructures
David Lutaty – IT Projects Area Manager
Leonid Katzav – programmers’ team head
Guy Megidish – communication and control section head 

 

Administration and Organization unit

Section head – Yoram Yehezkel 

The unit is engaged in the development and updating of work procedures as a basis for correct work. The unit performs research and surveys in order to determine time and work force standards, it performs calculation of premiums for all the workers in the port, it crystallizes models for organizational structures that fir the work procedures and work force deployment. 

The objectives of the unit:

  • Performance of researches and surveys to determine norms and time standards and work force standards.
  • Counseling and providing information as a basis for labor agreements and ongoing maintenance of the agreements.
  • Calculation of overall port premiums per employee, section and unit.
  • Crystallizing models for organizational structures that fir work processes and deployment of work force.
  • Preparation and updating of work procedures in the port as a basis for correct work.
  • Preparation of the basis for tenders and job descriptions which are published by the port.
  • Preparation of manufacturing committees files for all departments.
  • Management of messes projects in the port.
  • Planning the manpower needs for the port.
  • The preparation of a perennial training program.