Ministry of defence Republic of Serbia
 

Human Resources Sector



Human Resources Sector is a basic internal unit of the Ministry of Defence performing activities related to: normative regulation of the organisation and organisational changes management; normative regulation of the planning and mobilization preparation processes; status and other issues concerning professional members of the Serbian Armed Forces; planning of education and advanced training for performing defence and security-related jobs in the country and abroad; preparations for the defence of the Republic of Serbia planning; planning and conducting citizen and general civil defence units training for the defence of the country; military, labour and material obligations; museum activity; tradition, culture, ethics, social and humanitarian issues in the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces; veterans’ needs and housing issues.




Human Resources Sector consists of the following subordinate units:
  1. Organisation Department
  2. Personnel Department
  3. Defence Obligations Department
  4. Tradition, Standard and Veterans Department
ORGANISATION DEPARTMENT

Organisation Department performs activities related to the normative regulation of the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces’ organization and mobilization of the defence system subjects, organisational changes and development management in the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces.

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

Personnel Department is responsible for staffing, personnel status issues, schooling and advanced training, career guidance and psychological services.

DEFENCE OBLIGATIONS DEPARTMENT
 
Defence Obligations Department is responsible for planning and arranging successful functioning of state bodies, provincial bodies, local self-government bodies, companies and other legal entities and entrepreneurs in state of emergency and war, citizen and general civil defence units training for the defence of the country, military, labour and material obligations as well as the rescue of civilians.
The following organisational units are organizationally and functionally related to the Head of the Defence Obligations Department:
 
  1. Regional Centre Belgrade
  2. Regional Centre Novi Sad
  3. Regional Centre Niš
  4. Regional Centre Kragujevac
  5. Regional Centre Valjevo
MoD's regional centres are territorially organised military institutions. They are responsible for the preparation and harmonization of draft defence plans with the subjects of defence planning, acting on acting on the MoD’s Defence Plan implementation documents, organisation, coordination and functioning of civil defence activities, citizen and general civil defence units training for the defence of the country, and for mobilization, military, labour and material obligations matters.

TRADITION, STANDARD AND VETERANS DEPARTMENT
 
Tradition, Standard and Veterans Department performs activities related to tradition, culture, veterans, museum activity, social and humanitarian issues in the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces, housing issues, decorations and awards, as well as cooperation with other ministries and organisations dealing with matters related to tradition, standard and veterans.
           
The following organisational units are organisationally and functionally related to the Head of the Tradition, Standard and Veterans Department:
  1. Military Museum
  2. Aeronautical Museum
Military Museum collects, prepares and exhibits museum materials related to military and war history and tradition as national cultural heritage. It is also in charge of the publishing activity important for professional work and promotion of museum collections, exchange of publications with other museums, as well as cooperation with related institutions in the country and abroad.

Aeronautical Museum is responsible for collecting, recording, studying, preserving, protecting and processing museum and auxiliary museum material (tangible, documentary, illustrated and photographic material from the history of the Serbian Air Force and Air Defence units and institutions), as well as exhibiting and presenting to the public national and world cultural heritage works in order to satisfy the cultural, scientific and educational needs and to nurture the Serbian traditions of aviation, combat and freedom.