The Executive Human Resources Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of sound human resource management systems and policies as well as the establishment of administrative systems and procedures to ensure efficiency, co-ordination, and smoothness in all aspects of Tourism Product Development Company Limited (TPDCo.) and its subsidiaries. Also, for ensuring that working conditions provide maximum opportunities for personal development and creates attitudes that motivates employees to accept TPDCo’s. special goals as their goal.
Managerial/Administrative Responsibility Areas
• Participates in the organization’s strategic planning process - prepares and monitors the departmentís operational plan and budget ensuring the work of the department is carried out according to plan and agreed targets achieved
• Provides guidance/advice to the Director, Cooperate Services and other directors/managers on human resource management issues.
• Develops and implements operational systems and procedures to guide the activities of the division
• Establishes and maintains systems/programmes to foster a culture of teamwork within the division
• Designs, develops and implements sound HRM systems together with appropriate administrative procedures for TPDCo. it’s subsidiaries and/or related agencies.
• Develops an effective appraisal system to measure the performance of the employees at TPDCo.’s subsidiaries and/or related agencies.
• Approves pertinent invoices for expenditure within the division in accordance with the approved budget
• Reviews and updates TPDCo.’s HRM policies and procedures based on consultations with the Director, Corporate Services.
• Conducts surveys amongst staff with the aim of identifying and addressing staff complaints and organizational problems
• Formulates and recommends HRM and industrial relations policies within TPDCo.
• Supervises and co-ordinates the preparation for compensation reviews
• Takes disciplinary action within the approved frame-work
• Identifies training needs and liaises with training institutions so as to keep abreast of developments within the field.
• Good knowledge of Labour Laws & Industrial Relations practices
• Excellent skills in conducting interviews for all levels of staff
• Excellent knowledge of human resource development practices and principles
• Good knowledge of organizational theory and research techniques
• Excellent knowledge of management principles and practices.
• Good analytical skills
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