HR Generalist

Full-time

HR Generalist

DETAILS
Closing Date 2021/09/03
Reference Number UNI210826-1
Job Title HR Generalist
Business Unit / Division Mining
Contract Ubunye HMC
Job Type Classification Permanent
Location – Town / City Ricahards Bay
Location – Province KwaZulu-Natal
Location – Country South Africa
Job Advert Summary The HR Generalist: is an HR Professional with extensive experience in the full employee life cycle and best practices in human resources. IR management experience will be critical in this role, especially the ability to execute on multiple contracts. This role will primarily be based in Richards Bay, Kwa-Zulu Natal, with the required flexibility to do local travel as and when required by business. Please refer to the minimum requirements, duties and responsibilities below for further information.
Minimum Requirements • Tertiary Qualification in HR • Minimum 5 years working knowledge of HR systems, processes, trends, and best practices across all HR Disciplines • Previous IR case management experience required • Advanced experience with HR management tools and methods to include risk management, strategic planning and change management • Must reside in or around Richards bay • Strong interpersonal, organizational, analytical, presentation and critical thinking skills
Duties & Responsibilities • Act as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and management. • Plan, direct and coordinate the HR administrative functions of the company • Initiating, representing, facilitating, and drafting of all documents relating to disciplinary inquiries, poor work performance matters, incapacity matters, retrenchments, and grievances • Recruitment, interviewing and selection of new staff • Full function of Employment Equity, Skills development and COIDA • Assess Occupational Health and Safety Policies • Forming and maintaining employee records • Develop, implement, and maintain all HR policies and procedures across the organisation • Ensure legal compliance throughout human resource management