The Oil and Gas sector in West Africa has witnessed significant growth over the last decade. Are you looking to bring your cutting edge professional skills to be a major player in the sector? Does the opportunity of working across several West African countries appeal to you? Then this is your chance to join the West African Gas Pipeline Company Ltd as:
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER (BASED IN ACCRA, GHANA)
This job is open to applicants from Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, and Togo (the WAGP States). Reporting to the General Manager for Corporate Affairs, the key responsibilities of the job will be:
KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Management of the Human Resource function across the four WAGP States – Manage WAPCo’s Human Resources, including departmental vision, objectives and strategies to ensure alignment with WAPCo’s mission, vision, and values, and implement Business Plan to reflect any adjustment if/when WAPCo’s strategies and goals shift; Provide advice to inform the strategic direction of Human Resource management to ensure overall maximisation of Corporate Business Strategy; Initiate Human Resource policies, develop processes for approval, provide guidance to management and staff, ensure adherence, and monitor and report on compliance; Manage Employment practices and legislative compliance across the Four WAGP countries in collaboration with WAPCo’s Legal Division; Derive Conditions of Service from approved policies to ensure that appropriate Conditions of Service are implemented and documented, made available as required for employees’ information, and monitored to ensure effective implementation of same; Supervise the management of HR Information Systems; Monitor and review HR Administration.
People Management and Organization – Advise on WAPCo organization development and initiate Change Management interventions to ensure the existence of a positive working environment that supports WAPCo values; Handle the establishment of Corporate culture initiatives, advise corporate leadership on strategies and manage implementation; Spearhead WAPCo diversity initiatives; Ensure regular engagement with employees to promote awareness of HR policies & processes and discussion or HR related issues; Supervise, develop, coach and mentor team members to ensure the maximization of their potential; Develop and keep a scorecard of Key Performance Indicators – KPI’s for measuring the performance of the HR Department.
Monitoring of External Environment to ensure best HR practices and compliance with applicable laws – Monitor the external environment with particular reference to Ministries of Labour and other Governmental Agencies having impact on human resources, and provide counsel to Management regarding human resource trends in the political and economic climate and their potential impact on the WAPCo’s business strategies; Supervise the development of systems to ensure compliance with all labour regulations in WAPCo’s countries of operations.
Recruitment and Manpower – Supervise the management of Recruitment and Selection; Supervise the management of Manpower Planning and Succession Planning; Supervise the co-ordination of Job Evaluations and ensure implementation.
Union & Employee Group activities – Supervise the management of employee services, welfare, industrial and labour relations; Supervise Union relations and negotiations of collective bargaining units within WAPCo and ensure smooth negotiation to avoid interruption in Company operations; Ensure regular Employee engagements for non-unionised personnel; Manage employee communications (including communication with management level personnel) to ensure positive operational climate and employee relations that focus on prevention of labour industrial disharmony.
Compensation and Benefits – Manage all employee Total Compensation and Benefits processes; Review and manage implementation of compensation and benefit strategies to ensure WAPCo’s competitive advantage; Supervise the management of Reward and Performance Management Systems.
Learning & Development/Diversity & inclusion – Review the development of strategies to ensure implementation of sustainable talent and competency development
KEY COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
Bachelor Degree or Degree in Social Sciences, Human Resources, Business or Organization Development. Master’s qualification in Business Administration with Human Resources option and professional Certification in Human Resources Management will be an advantage. At least fifteen (15) years relevant post qualification experience, seven (7) of which should be on managerial level.
HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified applicants should send their applications and resumes to the following email addresses on or before 15th May, 2018.