Human Resources Management Trainee (Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Algeria)

DIFFERENT PROFILES FOR THE FOLLOWING ASSIGNMENT AREAS

Compensation and Benefits  

-Contribute to design, implement and execute compensation and benefits strategies and plans, which enable the company to recruit, motivate and retain high-performing and talented employees in order to secure delivery of the company strategy.

-Participate in Salary surveys and Benchmarks.

-Identify, interpret and apply external market data to define reward levels, plans and practices through  data analysis and contact with peers and experts.

-Monitoring and controlling internal reward practices to ensure consistency, equity and to control personnel cost

-Leads Compensation and Benefits projects

-Designs reward policies and structures in line with company strategy and in close cooperation with legal and finance

Recruitment 

-To recruit, select and contract employees. In close collaboration with Line Manager & POD Manager and in line with recruitment policy.

-To contribute to a quantitative and qualitative optimised inflow of personnel.

Learning and Development 

-Training coordination, data reporting, training design, support to embed functional competencies. In close collaboration with Line Manager & POD Manager and in line with various policies around learning and development. 

-To contribute to a successful follow up of career plans for Management Trainees, Talents and emerging professionals and follow up and assistance in implementation of various leadership and functional competencies.

Talent Management 

-Support for talent identification, preparation of management reviews, support roll-out of Leadership programs.  In close collaboration with HRD and HR Manager and in line with succession planning rules, learning agility processes and follow up 

-To contribute to a successful learning and development plan and follow up as well as implementation of personal development plans.

HR administration 

-Involved in the broader administration of HR (payroll, labour contracts, etc…). In close collaboration with benefits and compensation manager. 

-To contribute, alignment of Job descriptions, Familiarisation of SAP. Personnel files up to date with required documents in place. Participation of induction programs of new staff.

POSITION PROFILE

Qualifications:

University degree in HR, psychology, economics, Business Administration. Master’s degree a plus.

Experience / skills required: 

–  Minimum of 18 months relevant work experience of  experience ideally in an FMG Industry or production industry

–  Experience in an international environment would be a plus

–  Flexible to relocate and spend at least one year away from home country.

Language(s): 

–  For DRC, Congo, Burundi: French required and good level of English

–  Algeria: French and Arabic required and good level of English

Behaviours: 

–  Put Safety First!

–  Act as an Entrepreneur

–  Collaborate through Trust

–  Focus on Support over Control

–  Keep it Simple

–  Learn, to Improve 

Functional Competencies

1.  Business Understanding

2.  Operational Excellence

3.  Reward

4.  People and Organisation Development,

5.  Strategic Partnering,

6.  Employee relations,

7.  Culture and Change Leadership.

Other: 

A genuine interest in developing a career in HR

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Strong administrative and organisational skills

The ability to act in a confidential and sensitive manner

A willingness to travel to regional offices on occasion

An interest in working with people

Be confident about gathering facts and making financial calculations

The ability to work as part of a team

The ability to work accurately, with good attention to detail

Business awareness and management skills;

IT and numeracy skills, with strong IT skills required if managing/operating computerised payroll and benefits systems;

Interpersonal skills to form effective working relationships with people at all levels;

Curiosity and a willingness to challenge organisational culture where necessary