Our client in the Construction Industry is looking to hire a Human Resource Business Partner.
Duties and Responsibilities • Manage employee planning, recruitment, selection, mobilisation, and demobilisation of permanent and temporary staff • Coordinate and guide transformation initiatives that contribute to the achievement of employment equity/diversity targets and objectives • Advise on, and represent the Platform in respect of, industrial and employee relations • initiatives and processes such as discipline, grievances, dispute resolution (including CCMA), retrenchments and union negotiations • Coordinate and guide talent management within the Platform including talent reviews, succession planning and other initiatives in terms of Group processes and requirements • Support the Group learning and development function regarding the Platform's training and development plans and initiatives, including IDPs and new employee induction. • Drive and advise on organisational development and performance enhancement including, • performance management and employee engagement, in line with organizational values and desired culture • Manage efficient human resource administration, statistics, and HR system updates, as well as Platform Exco and other reports • Ensure HR policies, procedures and systems are developed, implemented, improved, and consistently adhered to by both HR and line personnel • Ensure compliance with all relevant Company policies, and labour legislation such as the LRA, BCEA and EEA • Contribute to the development of the HR plan for the Platform, and coordinate and guide its operational implementation • Collaborate with HSE personnel to ensure the occupational health and safety of employees and in particular the wellness of employees and use of the EAP Programme; and • Co-operate, and build strong relations, with the Group and functional executives.
Requirements • Degree in human resources, organisational psychology, or related field • Professionally registered with SABPP • Relevant honours degree or post-graduate diploma would be an advantage • A minimum 7 years, HR Generalist experience within the construction, engineering, or mining industries, and ideally with exposure to projects in these industries. • A minimum of 3 years in a HR managerial or supervisory position.
Knowledge and Skills • Knowledge of general HR processes and best practices • Knowledge and proven abilities in project human resource planning and mobilisation • Knowledge of labour legislation • MS Office (Excel, Power Point, Word, & Outlook), report writing and general administration skills • Dispute resolution, negotiation, and conflict management skills • Interpersonal communication, presentation, and facilitation skills - at all levels • Co-ordinating, planning, organising and change management abilities • Analytical and attention to detail