Reporting to the Manager, Finance and Administration, the successful candidate will responsible for overseeing the articulate and implementation of PHWC’s HR strategy and ensure alignment with overall corporate/business strategy, goals, and objectives. He/she will facilitate the development of an optimal human resource management framework/system to enhance the corporation’s human resource management capability and its value proposition in the labour market.
- Develop and implement a comprehensive people strategy and operating plan and ensure alignment with the commission’s corporate strategy and key objectives.
- Develop and implement staff performance management systems.
- Prepare staff career and deployment plans, coordinate the identification, analysis, and audit of all reported or suspected compliance violation.
- Coordinate the input of relevant staff data into HR Information systems, and payroll systems for the purpose of facilitating the processing of employee benefits.
- Prepare Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Report on HR management activities and present it to the board.
- Direct and account all matters concerning employment and contract issues in order to ensure that corporate liabilities are managed and there is compliance with relevant laws.
- Work collaboratively with executive management and departmental heads to determine key performance requirements, develop people within the business units, ensure delivery of prioritised, tailored and focused HR interventions that add value and meet business objectives.
- Design and implement training strategy, operating plans and infrastructure to ensure that training and career development needs are identified and appropriate interventions are to derive performance.
- Develop and provide guidance to executive management in the implementation of effective succession planning system.
- A good first degree in Human Resources, Social Science or Industrial Relations from a reputable institution. A relevant post-graduate degree will be an added advantage.
- Membership of relevant professional bodies such as CIPD or CIPM.
- Minimum of a five (5) years’ human resources post-qualification experience in a reputable public or private sector organisation in an HR role.
- In-depth knowledge and understanding of HRM strategies, systems and leading practices in the areas of recruitment, manpower planning and development, career management and performance management; and compensation and benefits management
- Strategic orientation, good leadership skills with the ability to motivate team members, including external contractors and consultants