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Personnel Services Division

AKSPA

MAJOR GENERAL DATUK WIRA ZAMROSE BINMOHD ZAIN

DCSM PSAT DIMP PAT JMN JSM KAT KMN KSD AMS BCK PJM ndc (Thailand) lmt MA (UKM) Dip Strat (UM)

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF STAFF, PERSONNEL SERVICES DIVISION

VISION
-To be the driving force as well as the catalyst of excellence for the MAF management and human resources services at the highest standards.

MISSION
-To effectively manage and provide human resources services for the MAF.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIE
-Management of MAF human resources as a core business.
-Drafting terms of services.
-Internal and external board and committee member of the MAF in matters pertaining to human resources management.
-Managing aspects of services, ceremonial, welfare and housing.
-Preparing documentation, record, rewards systems as well as perks for personnel of the MAF.
-Preparing and executing the management of salary and allowances.
-Managing and developing its own human resources to fulfill the requirements of education.
-Enforcing and coordinating policing duties.
-Producing military personnel who are spiritually firm and religious towards strengthening faith and combat ability.

There are 7 Directorates/Branches under the Personnel Services Division which are:
1. General Staff Branch (CSA).
2. Provost Marshal Branch(CPM).
3. Work Force Branch (CTK).
4. Armed Forces Religious Corps Directorate (KAGAT).
5. Education Directorate (DIDIK).
6. Records and Pension Directorate (JRP).
7. Armed Forces Payroll Directorate (UGAT)

ORGANISATIONAL CHART OF THE PERSONNEL SERVICES DIVISION

1. GENERAL STAFF BRANCH (CSA)

VISION
-To be the pulse and catalyst of excellence in management and human resources services as part of the PSD Headquarters element.

MISSION
-To prepare management and services of human resources as part of the high standards of the PSD Headquarters.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-To manage MAF, national and DYMM SPB YDP Agong ceremonial issues.
-To prepare welfare facilities and PPK to personnel of the MAF who are egilble.
-To supervise and manage the Armed Forces Consolidated Welfare Fund (TKAT) and the Malaysian Armed Forces Zakat Fund (TZATM).
-To prepare funds, grants and welfare assistance for the services and personnel.
-Coordinating activities and allocation of annual grants to Community Rehabilition Centre (PPDK).
-To provide legal advise and assistance to teh MAF.
-To manage PSD finances and also as the Centre of Responsibility (PTJ).
-To manage and coordinate MAF skills courses including National Vocational Training Council (MLVK).
-Being responsible to the Skills Standards Committee (JSK).

2. PROVOST MARSHAL BRANCH (CPM)

VISION
-To enable the MAF PMB to be a professional, trustworthy and respected disciplinary enforcement organisation, based on the national law, laws and regulation of the MAF and Public Services Department, as well as moral values.

MISSION
-To prevent, investigate, conduct research and fighting crime, as well as enforcing discipline and the laws in the MAF in a consolidated manner.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Investigating criminal cases.
-Reducing criminal activities and breaching of laws.
-Drafting policies and regulations pertaining to discipline, which include soundness and ethics.
-Increasing effective and efficient cooperation with MAF enforecement bodies.
-Preparing measures to improve disciplinary levels based on disciplinary surveys in the MAF.

3. WORK FORCE BRANCH (CTK)

VISION
-To be a centre for developing excellent personnel services scheme.

MISSION
-To formulate and manage services scheme, recruitment and information for officers’ services scheme to be interesting, competitive and high in quality.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- A Cell
  a. Drafting regulations of services in the regular forces, reserve regular forces and the voluntary forces.
b. Establishing services regulations for three of the services in the regular forces, reserve regular forces and the voluntary forces, in line with the current requirements.
c. Reviewing, studying, amending and updating regulations, instructions and other existing regulations pertaining to the services in the MAF as per requirement.
-B Cell
  a. Secretariat which handles the selection board for MAF Officers.
b. State and Federal Awards, as well as MAF Medals and Decorations.
c. KPJ & K publication as well as the Government Gazette.
d. Storage of officers’ personal file.
- C Cell
  a. Managing the selection and recruitment of MAF Officer candidates.
b. Assisting public universities in the selection for ROTU Officers.
c. Planning and coordinating exhibitions, career talks and promotions.
d. Updating the KPI of the Minister of Defence with regards to the recruitment of non-Bumiputera personnel in the MAF.

 

4. MALAYSIAN ARMED FORCES RELIGIOUS CORPS DIRECTORATE (KAGAT)

VISION
-To be a qualified, balanced and effective missionary organisation in the MAF.

MISSION
-Assisting the MAF in increasing the level of professionalism via Islamic Education, as well as providing religious services to all MAF personnel.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Evaluating and studying policies and instructions pertaining to religious matters which should be adhered by all MAF personnel at all levels.
-Coordinating and managing administrative, finances, logistics and infrastructure developments matters.
-Increasing KAGAT professionalism via planning of policies and organizational development which are effective and efficient.
-Developing professional and excellent KAGAT Human Resources.
-Preparing media services and sources of publication for the requirements of religious purposes.
-Preparing spiritual education for developing combat abilities of MAF personnel.
-Developing the purposes of mosques/suraus of the MAF as centre of sprotual development and social services.
-Preparing religious services which covers family, welfare and community aspects of MAF personnel.

5. EDUCATION DIRECTORATE

VISION
-To be catalyst of education excellence for the MAF personnel.

MISSION
-To increase the level of education of MAF personnel based on the MAF Education Philosophy.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Nominated Manager’ for MAF education requirements.
-Developing internal human resources to fulfill     education requirements.
-To draft policies and action plans. As well as the education programmes.

6. RECORDS AND PENSION DIRECTORATE

VISION
-Towards a knowledgeable and high quality organisation, responsive and proactive based on harmony and excellence.

MISSION
-To provide excellent service by providing records management system that is efficient and effective so that MAF personnel could obtain the retirement services benefits in the smoothest way through the usage of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-To maintain service records of all MAF personnel and voluntary personnel.
-Management of retirement benefits, death and disability.
-As a coordinator for early voting election involving MAF.
-To maintain MAF position statistics and holding as well as PKA list.
-To manage and plan the GSC (Clerical) personnel career for 24 Officers and 3,036 other ranks.
-NBOS – National Blue Ocean Strategy (1Malaysia Support For Housewife).

7. ARMED FORCES PAYROLL DIRECTORATE

VISION
-Towards an organisation that has high credibility and reputation of professionalism and the forefront in MAF.

MISSION
-To provide efficient, committed and professional services in the execution of their duties.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Management of salaries and allowances.
-Management of imprest.
-Advising on pay and allowance.
-Human capital management.