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Community Economic Ventures, Inc - People & Culture Manager

Job Description

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Manages and coordinates the Human Resources functions for Community Economic Ventures, Inc including manpower planning, recruitment & selection, orientation, placement, compensation package, performance appraisals, staff capacity building.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Prepares monthly management report pertaining to HR issues.

  • Provides general support services to branches on Human Resources issues.

  • Updates the employee handbook on a per need basis, and ensures that all revision and addition to the policies are written in the employee handbook; Informs all concerned staff the changes entered into the employee handbook.

  • Ensures that good insurance covers for staff are in place that will be of benefit to the organization.

  • Contributes and advises in senior management strategic planning, with particular responsibility for HR needs, policies and procedures.

  • Prepares and submits annual budget and plan for the approval of the management team.

  • Plans and implements procurements.

  • Ensures that VF MFI maintains a standardized and systematic hiring and recruitment process; develops or updates hiring policies and procedures most appropriate to individual positions.

  • Reviews the benefits scheme (compensation, incentives, and other benefits) on an annual basis; ensures that it is properly administered in accordance with the employee handbook, and if necessary, recommends to the management the renewal of the scheme.

  • Conducts consultations with department heads to determine performance indicators and benchmarks per position.

  • Periodically carries out salaries and benefits surveys for the review process in order to develop and maintain a competitive compensation package and incentive schemes for staff.

  • Acts as member of the Retirement Committee.

  • Develop, implement and monitor staff performance appraisals is done on a regular basis.

  • Reviews and upgrades the performance appraisal instrument, at least yearly to determine effectiveness and applicability.

  • In consultation with the senior management, develops performance indicators and standards in promoting staff to higher posts.

  • Ensures the conduct of periodic staff training needs and plans for capacity building- training and staff development.

  • Develops staff development strategy to make sure that the staff continues to achieve professional growth within CEVI.

  • Ensures that every management’s decision to demote or terminate a staff is in accordance with existing laws and regulations.

  • Acts as the Chairman of the Fact-Finding and Grievance Committee. Investigates all disciplinary and grievance cases with the respective staff, provides guidance, and corrective action through counseling, training, or instituting disciplinary procedures.

  • And any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • University degree preferably in human resources, social sciences, or psychology.

  • Prolonged experience in managing related fields.

  • Familiarity with the relevant personnel management issues and trends.

  • Determined personality with initiative, perseverance and the ability to motivate and manage a team.

  • Capability and willingness to take responsibility and highly developed sense of integrity.

  • Be proficient in Microsoft office applications.

  • Be a good trainer, facilitator, mentor, and coach.

  • Very good communication and marketing skills.