Human Resources and Administrative Manager Job at PricewaterhouseCooper


PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC) Nigeria - Our client, a wholly owned indigenous Oil and Gas company operating in both the upstream and downstream sectors of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry is recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Human Resources and Administrative Manager

Reference Number: 130-PEO01130
Location: Lagos
Department: People & Change Nigeria
Job type: Permanent

Roles & Responsibilities
Human Resources:

  • Support in the formulation of the company’s corporate strategy.
  • Formulate and implement a HR Strategy that will promote the achievement of the company’s business strategic objectives
  • Implement all HR initiatives in line with the company’s strategic and business objectives
  • Draw up annual the budget for all HR programs in line with the business strategy
  • Develop and implement effective HR procedures and policies
  • Ensure adherence to the workmen compensation act as stipulated within the regulatory framework
  • Develop appropriate communication channels to keeps all employees informed of key organisation issues, HR policies and procedures
  • Develop an effective grievance handling and disciplinary procedure within the company
  • Guide and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services for the entire company
  • Provide strong leadership and ensure clear strategic objectives are in place.
  • Review and update the organisational design process and succession planning framework of the company in line with the corporate strategy.
  • Coordinate all Talent Management activities and processes within the company. This includes Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development, Performance Management, etc.
  • Develop an effective manpower planning process in alignment with the company’s corporate strategy.
  • Design and ensure an effective recruitment and selection processes
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of a compensation structure that promotes equity, facilitates employee retention, and provides a competitive edge for the company

Administration:

  • Supervise the Health and Safety Team and define the strategy for the delivery of total Health and Safety cover for the firm.
  • Evaluate and communicate facilities risk management, including operational, health and safety and financial, mobilisation risks to senior stakeholders.
  • Oversee and take ownership of internal service deliveries required for a functioning office, e.g. meeting rooms, workstations, cleaning, transportation etc.
  • Oversee the management of and reports for equipment inventory and asset register.
  • Oversee procurement activities; identify opportunities to increase value for money, drive efficiencies, identify savings opportunities without impact on quality
  • Ensure maintenance of the office building, guest houses and office equipment
  • Interface with governmental agencies: Licenses, rates, permits etc.
  • Visa and ticket procurement, travel arrangements, airport protocol, hotel accommodation, Immigration management, expatriate quota allocation and permits processing.
  • Liaise with brokers, legislative and regulatory bodies on all people related insurance matters, remittance, Learning fund, NSITF etc.
  • Supervise the Business Continuity function and incident reporting process
  • Manage car fleet and drivers to meet regulatory requirements and mitigate financial and personal risks to the organisation and its staff.
  • Contribute to the tidiness and ambience of the office environment.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to and (where possible) an involvement in quality initiatives.
  • Ensure maintenance programmes and routine repairs are completed and ensure budget provisions exists to deliver the programme.
  • Annually prepare and regularly monitor the budget for all areas of responsibility, including facilities, services and supplies.

Requirements

  • Minimum of first degree in Social sciences, Humanities, Business Administration or any relevant discipline is required
  • Professional certification in Human resources from the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) Nigeria or its overseas equivalent (e.g. HR Certification Institute (HRCI), Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD)
  • At least 5 years of progressive experience in the Human Resources and Administrative Function [preferably in the Oil and Gas sector]