Thursday, July 26, 2012
Human Capital Officer, THURSDAY 26 JULY, 2012
o Monitor staff performance and attendant activities.
o Provides assistance in reviewing and assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of the department’s
policies, procedures and processes and identify improvement opportunities.
o Liaise with other functional/departmental managers so as to understand all necessary aspects and needs of HC development, and to ensure they are fully informed of HC objectives.
o Contribute to the evaluation and development of HC strategy and performance in co-operation with the executive team.
o Provide information and assistance to staff and supervisors on human resource and work related issues.
o Coordinate staff recruitment and selection process in order to ensure a timely organized and comprehensive procedure is used to hire staff.
o Provide support to supervisors and staff to develop the skills and capabilities of staff.
o Promote human resources as a strategic partner in management decision making.
o Maintain employee personal records and data administration.
o Prepare and submit reports on daily activities of the department.
o Perform other related duties as required
Required Skills & Competencies
o Team building skills
o Problem solving skills
o Effective verbal and oral communication skills
o Good listening skills
o Good people management skills.
o Time & Stress Management skills
o Innovative with an exceptional ability to think out of the box.
o Good attention to detail.
Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft office package.
The incumbent must maintain confidentiality, use sound judgement and perform independently while performing the duties of the Human Capital officer. The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:
o Maintain standards of conduct
o Good leadership qualities
o Demonstrate sound work ethics
o Proactive decision maker
o Be consistent and fair
o A good first degree in Business Admin, IRPM, Humanities or related discipline.
o Membership of CIPMN
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