Duration: 3 Year Renewable
The Country HR Manager will support and contribute to the
attainment of the overall strategic business plans and objectives through
effective management and leadership of the human resource and organisation
leadership and strategic direction for maximizing the opportunities to attract,
build and retain an effective team supportive of the CO’s business needs while
fully cognizant of the risks posed by the local context and the needs of staff
in the changing environment.
that organisation’s global and local HR policies are institutionalised and will
be expected to develop tools and guidance proactively for challenging issues
that are country specific.
effective support to managers to grow and retain a team with the right skills
to deliver organisation’s goals and develop HR initiatives for team building
and effective people management capability for those in supervisory roles and
advise on HR related matters for proposal development.
that staff induction, welfare and development are adequately catered for.
for ensuring full compliance with all relevant organizational and statutory
policies, procedures and law and that the local Staff Handbook is regularly
updated to reflect changes.
leadership on training, learning and development for all Plan Kenya’s staff.
Health and Safety policies and standards are in place for the Country Office
and understood and adhered to.
responsibility for salary, benefits, training and staff wellbeing.
as an effective member of the regional HR network and global HR team,
proactively sharing good practice across boundaries and providing advice and
support to HR colleagues or input into global / regional projects as requested.
least 10 years NGO experience as an HR manager in a senior position, including
high performance in the full range of human resource management activities.
of best practice HR policies and systems that support the achievement of Organisation’s
goals, help manage risk and are fully compliant with organisation’s policy and
procedure and local labour law.
knowledge of job evaluation / grading systems and the design of competitive
salary and benefits packages based on salary surveys.
to negotiate, advocate and influence effectively at all levels of the Country
Office and outside of line management relationships.
to remain objective and make tough decisions.