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Human Resources Manager
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- Bachelor's degree
- Human resources
- Manager (team leader)
- Full Time
Under the supervision of the HR Manager EMEA, based in London UK, the incumbent will lead on all human resource activities, aligned with the Country Programme Management Plan as well as the goals and strategic needs of Coffey International Development Limited in the UK.
Recruitment, Selection and Placement
Support, implement and administer the effective and timely recruitment processes in the hiring, developing and retaining the best talents available to support the strategic human resources needs of the office and the organisation.
Ensure organisational human resources recruitment targets are met.
Policy Implementation and HR Administration
Coordinate and supervise the management and maintenance of staff contracts, personnel files and other employee information.
Establish and maintain equity, transparency and consistency in the interpretation, determination, implementation, and administration of HR policy, procedures and guidelines on all HR related matters applicable to the staff.
Assist managers with the mid-year and annual appraisal process.
Partner with finance to ensure accurate payroll information is submitted each month.
Provide timely and accurate guidance to managers regarding employment relation issues.
Ensure timely, equitable, transparent and systematic administration of all HR benefits, entitlements, contracts renewal and termination, performance management, promotions and other HR activities.
Local HR Planning and Management
Provide ongoing strategy guidance, interpretation and support to management of the country office in the all area of HR management.
Provide accurate and sound HR analysis and timely support to the management and planning process in the office as it relates to budget planning, staffing, organisation design, change management and other HR strategy planning and development deliberations.
Liaise with the London office to support and contribute to the local implementation of the corporate HR strategy.
Provide feedback and make recommendations from a local perspective on the establishment and improvement of systems and internal controls, planning and change management and resolution of HR issues and problems.
Participate in international meetings for the local planning of Human Resources.
General InformationSalary range
: Not specifiedAdditional information
: Not specifiedContract type
: PermanentJob type
: Full TimeLocation
: NairobiArea of work
: Human resourcesSeniority
: Manager (team leader)
Job RequirementsRequired education
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 5 yearsRequired skills
: Performance monitoring and evaluation; Labour/employment law; Human resource and personnel development; Organizational reforms and change management; Organize and manage recruitment campaigns; Talent management and planning; Employee relations and consultationsRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)
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