Position: Manager: Human Capital
Total Remuneration Package: R 1 174367 p.a.
Candidates should possess aDegree in Human Resources Management or Public Management /Administration. A Certificate or Diploma in Industrial Relations will be an added advantage. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in Human Resources field of which 3 years is on a managerial level.
Broad knowledge and understanding of South African Labour Legislation. Understanding of business principles and Strategic Management. In depth knowledge of Human Resources electronic management systems, PERSAL and Enterprise Resource Planning (SAGE). Knowledge of Financial Management of Parliament and Provincial Legislatures Act, 2009. Excellent Report Writing Skills. Understanding of legislative environment will be an added advantage. A valid code 8 driver’s licence.
Duties will include amongst others:
Manages organisation structure and job design. Manages the implementation of work study interventions. Plans and manages recruitment and selection process. Oversees and facilitates appropriate Labour Relations practices. Manages employee wellness. Manages orientation of new employees. Manages transformation activities. Manages development, implementation and maintenance of the Conditions of Service and develops policies. Manages performance management and improves internal systems. Oversees Skills Development and facilitation. Management of employee benefits and leave management system. Advices management on Human Capital management practices. Manages the annual audit process and management of employees in the Human Capital section.
For further information and enquiries, please contact NG Siyo on 053 839 8018.
Important note: In filling these positions, we will be guided by the need to meet our Employment Equity Targets. The NCPL encourages People who are Differently Abled to apply. Applicants will be subjected to assessment centres. Appointment will be subjected to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualifications, references, security clearance, vetting and criminal checks. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process.