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HR Manager – Umhlanga Job Vacancy at International Facilities Services (IFS)

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International Facilities Services (IFS) are leading providers of Facilities Management Solutions to Africa, offering world-class, tailor-made solutions for both remote and urban sites throughout the Continent. The core services include catering, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance, equipment-supply and management.

Purpose of the Role:

  • General oversight of HR Operations at our South African, Lesotho, Zambian and Botswana sites (approx. 650 employees and 4 HR Officers).
  • IR and ER Management for the Group (including Conduct Management, Grievance Oversight and Labour Dispute Resolution).
  • Bargaining/Negotiation Process Management.
  • CCMA and Labour Department/Court Representation Coordination.
  • Implementation of HR Compliance framework across the Group with robust auditing cycles in place.
  • Analysis and Management Reporting.
  • Project management of various HR projects from time to time, for example current time and attendance roll out.
  • Ability to manage a team across a number of countries.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Labour and employment law with the capacity to upskill self on international labour law in the countries in which IFS operates (Mozambique, Lesotho, Zambia, DRC, Botswana)
  • Working knowledge of Sage 300
  • Reading and interpreting legal documents and policy (legal document) formulation
  • Strong verbal and written communication
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel and PowerPoint intermediate level)
  • Report writing
  • Data analysis
  • Negotiation

Required Knowledge and Qualifications:

  • Relevant undergraduate degree (preferably a Law degree).
  • 8 years relevant experience within a HR function with a focus on the IR requirements, at least 3 of which should include engagement at a Senior Management level.
  • Direct and hands on experience with union negotiation and labour mediation and arbitration
  • Working knowledge of African Labour Law and experience with any African country is advantageous.
  • Prepared to travel to sites on a regular basis.

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