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About the role
The Human Resources & Administration Manager is responsible for ensuring that HR management strategy and functions are carried out effectively within the Kenya Country Office, in order to achieve the organization’s business objectives. Responsible to ensure that the HR policies and practices are understood and applied effectively, fairly and cost efficiently throughout the office. To be responsible for developing, maintaining and implementing essential HR Management, Employee Information management and HR administrative and operational systems within the country and to enable the team function smoothly and effectively. Proactively taking responsibility for making things work, for example managing the internal and external relationships that are relevant to people management and the performance of the relevant external suppliers and service providers. It is responsible for the provision of Tier 1 HR management in-country and is a member of the country leadership team. The role works closely with the Global/Regional/Africa HR functions.
The role is positioned within the Finance and operations Family and its focus is to ensure core Human Resource & Administration systems function effectively in the country programme. The role will directly support management with staff and other service provider recruitment, selection, induction and performance management, learning and development, governance and compliance and effective line management of human resource and administration staff.
The role is jointly responsible for making strategic decisions with other country leadership team members; and plays a significant role in shaping the country office’s team structure, culture and ability to use systems effectively. It manages CA property and it sources and secures various contracts (with suppliers, service providers, consultants). The role is heavily involved in recruitment of new staff and ensures that staff are properly inducted.
It is responsible for all health, safety and security issues pertaining to staff and visitors. The role has a strategic influence, e.g. involvement in setting the country programme’s strategic direction and developing and managing budgets within the country offices. The role is keenly involved in change processes including implementation of new policies and systems as they are rolled out. The role works closely with the Security Adviser to support the CM in security management, initiates health and safety training in-country, and ensures effective resourcing of health and safety for all staff (e.g. fire extinguishers). The role is also usually a member of the country-level Incident Management Team for handling any emergencies. The role is fundamental to creating a conducive working environment for all staff. The role is responsible to ensure that the country labour laws are in incorporated into strategies, policies and procedures in line with CA.
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