HR Manager (Senior) - Gauteng (Pretoria North) R 750 000 - R 1 mill pa CTC, Med Aid, Provident Fund Our client, a large Automotive Component Manufacturer, is looking for a Senior HR Manager, reporting directly to the CEO, to ensure that Human Resource processes add value to the business and the Human Resource strategy supports overall business objectives.
Measurable outputs Establish and sustain effective business partnerships with both internal and external stakeholders Identify and effectively deal with all risk factors associated with excellent human resource management Effectively attract, develop and retain staff who add significant value to the organisation Effectively facilitate diversity management, change and transformation within the organisation Effectively manage all Human Resource initiatives Effectively manage rewards and incentives Effectively act as the custodian of the organisation'
s leadership values Effective self management and performance ownership Desired Skills & Experience General Sound knowledge of South African Human Resource practices A clear understanding of South African legislation, especially as it applies to Human Resource management A sound overview of the South African motor industry Basic understanding of financial management Strong people management and development ability Excellent communication skills MS office (intermediate) Company In-depth knowledge of company policies and procedures Clear understanding of the business'
strategic intent and objectives Relevant IT and systems knowledge Sound knowledge of OEM requirements Sound knowledge and understanding of role-specific internal processes, policies and procedures Sound knowledge of competitor activity Occupational Health and Safety Act Role Business structures (networking) Relevant written contracts Expressed and implied ethical responsibilities Facilitation Job Ad hoc Manager-specific instructions Ad hoc Client instructions Equity Statement All applications are invited, however the Division'
s Employment Equity Plan will apply in terms of the Employment Equity Act, no. 55, 1998.