• Full Time
  • Port Elizabeth
  • August 31, 2022

Jendamark

Basic Requirements:

  • Formal Tertiary education:
    • Grade 12
    • BA – Industrial / Organisational Psychology, Human Resources Management or equivalent.
    • Honours/Master’s degree (advantageous)
  • Languages:
    • English – Read, write and speak (required)
    • Afrikaans – Read, write and speak (required)
    • German – Speak (advantageous)
  • Drivers Licence: Code 8- (required)

Experience:

  • 1-2 Years’ experience in Human Resources related activities
  • Experienced in labour relations
  • A mature and professional demeanour with results orientation and high degree of self-motivation
  • Monitoring progress being made through both written and oral communications in order to meet or exceed daily/weekly/monthly goals set within the development requirements
  • Work logically and systematically and apply problem solving techniques to gain purposeful and conclusive resolve
  • Confidently interface and communicate with other technical professionals.

Job Objectives:

  • Support the M&A Manager and Supervisors in delivering initiatives that help shape and deliver continuous programmes of change
  • Coordinate and support the development of new procedures and initiatives in the M&A department
  • Coordinate and support the development off the JMK ISO 9001 system in the M&A department
  • Support the development of a learning culture that promotes the on-going development of staff and collaboration with team members.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Support the M&A Manager in delivering the OD strategy within the M&A department and on improving initiatives linking together people, processes and systems
  • Identify and recommend areas of improvement in departmental processes and procedures
  • Write, review and develop departmental procedures and processes to ensure that they are relevant, up to date and reflective of best practice
  • Provide ideas and assist with the development and implementation of departmental improvement policies and programmes
  • Identify and mitigate risks arising from strategic and operational organisational development plans, projects and initiatives
  • Assist with employee engagement activities
  • Conduct a departmental needs analysis and lead the development of appropriate plans and programmes to ensure all employees have the skills, knowledge and experience to perform their roles to the highest standard and meeting the future needs of the department
  • Design and coordinate employee surveys and produce reports to summarise findings of research and offer recommendations for developmental initiatives to support departmental performance improvement
  • Support the delivery of change projects to build on employee and departmental performance
  • Support departmental transformation programmes to drive efficiencies and improve service delivery
  • Duties may vary from time to time within the broad remit of your role. You are required to undertake any such reasonable and appropriate duties.

Preference will be given to employees from the designated groups in line with the provisions of the Employment Equity Act, No. 55 of 1998

Please kindly consider your application unsuccessful if not contacted two weeks after the closing date.

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