Avis d’appel à candidature : Première Urgence Internationale recrute un(e) Coordinateur(trice) des ressources humaines au Nigeria.
As Human Resources Coordinator, you will be responsible for monitoring and updating the Human Resources Policy as required by the Mission and in accordance with national legislation. You will ensure proper management of national human resources of the mission.
For this purpose, you will be responsible for :
HR Policy : You will be responsible for improving and updating PUI’s HR policy on the mission within the legal framework of the country of intervention in this field.
Capacity Building : You will propose capacity-building strategies and retention of national staff.
Management and career : You will manage the administrative management of the national teams as a whole (recruitment, hiring, remuneration, monitoring, evaluation, training, dismissal…).
Organization of work : You will make recommendations and participate in the rationalization and optimization of the human resources of the mission.
Risk Analysis : You will analyse risks related to HR issues, alert and issue recommendations where appropriate.
Administrative and legal management : You will be responsible for monitoring administrative files and will ensure that the status and operation of the mission are in legal conformity with the requirements of the country of intervention.
Administrative management of expatriate staff : You will support the HoM in the HR and administrative management of the mission’s expatriate staff.
The challenges that await you :
- Implementation of the Salary advancement policy (Same category – different levels) to ensure PUI’s competitivity 2. Introduce a consistent salary review process and COLA system, including adjustment of the category (upward review) for some positions due to the workload 3. Find a more dependable system or approach to verify fake educational certificates and professional licenses submitted by staff. 4. Consistency in enforcing Local Content Law to comply with the Borno State Laws on employability 5. Promote Female gender participation in recruitment at the technical/management level
What you will need to succeed
- Training: You hold a Bachelor’s or Master‘s degree in HR management or other relevant qualification. A project management training would be appreciated.
- Experience: You are strengthened by minimum 2 years of experience in an international NGO or in a technical area. All the better if you have a previous experience in HR or administration-related positions at coordination level, or some knowledge/experience in capacity building and staff training. You already worked with Première Urgence Internationale? It would be a definite asset!
- Skills: You master team management and administrative management, Labor Law and Database Salary management. Some knowledge or an experience in capacity building / staff development and a previous experience in volatile contexts or conflict zones would be appreciated.
- Qualities: You are able to work independently, to take responsibility, in a proactive approach in order to make proposals and to identify solutions. You have resilience to stress, are diplomatic and open-minded, and are able to integrate into the local environment, taking into account its political, economic and historical characteristics. You have good analytical skills, and know how to manage priorities.
- Languages: You can speak English fluently. If you speak French, Spanish and/or Arabic, it would be a definite asset !
Deadline : 31 March 2023