at a Confidential Company

Legal / Law
Human Resources
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
7 - 10 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Male or Female

Job Description

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Managing the recruitment and selection functions to ensure acquisition of appropriate
human resource skills and competencies for the Firm

• Developing and monitoring implementation of Staff performance management process

• Developing and implementing human resource plans, career plans to ensure that the Firm
has the requisite skills and competencies to achieve its objectives

• Planning, organization, administration and control of activities in the Firm

• Guiding, mentoring and supervising all staff under him/her

• Development, interpretation and implementation of human resource policies, rules &
regulations, including those relating to pensions, salaries, labour laws and other related

• Managing the payroll to ensure it is in conformity with the staff complement

• Conducting training needs analysis as necessary and developing training programmes to
meet performance gaps.

• Source for trainers, training programmes and develop a continuous development plan for
staff to provide a competitive edge to the Firm and ensure adequate current skills set

• Planning, directing and coordinating the administrative functions and support services of the
Firm including Security, transport management, Cleaning services and varied Insurances

• Advising the Managing Partner and other partners on human resource management,
employee relations and general management responsibilities with a view to ensuring
statutory compliance and upholding corporate values and fulfilling social responsibilities

• Utilization of the Firms’ human resources and advising management on proper deployment,
staff performance, career progression; and making appropriate recommendations and
proposals on human resource planning and succession management.

• Developing and constantly reviewing the Firm’s terms and conditions of service to ensure
that they comply to existing policies and guidelines, provide competitive employment
practice and motivate staff

• Coordinating the Firms’ development and job reviews with a view to developing job
requirements to support the Firms’ development and personal development of staff

• Carrying out any other duties as may be assigned by the Managing Partner

Minimum qualifications, skills and competencies
• First degree preferably in Human Resource Management

• Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management or other equivalent postgraduate

• Minimum of 7 years’ relevant work experience, 3 of which must be in a similar or
comparable position

• Training in Labour Law

• Membership in the Institute of Human Resource Management

• Previous experience in training, talent management and development is preferable

• Competence in use of ICT experience will be an added advantage.

• Excellent team player with good people management and networking skills.

• Good communication and interpersonal skills
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