• Human Resource Officer – Maternity Reliever at BURN, Kiambu Nairobi
  • Kenyan Jobs in Nairobi, , Kenya
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  • 1 week ago

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Position Summary
• Employment is a six-month maternity reliever contract.
• Reporting to the Head of HR, the individual will play a crucial supporting role within the Human Resources functions in Ruiru, Kenya. This individual will be responsible for assisting in various administrative and operational tasks to ensure the smooth functioning of HR processes and the overall well-being of the workforce.

Key Responsibilities
• Onboarding process: the employee will oversee the onboarding process for all new employees of BURN including inducting them through all documentation (contracts, policies, rules, and procedures). For ex-pats, ensuring that there is a smooth transition to Kenya including the acquisition of an entry visa, travel insurance, flight, and airport transfer to Burn House.
• Reviewing company policies and training the employees on the changes.
• Collecting all documentation required for contract preparation from all new employees.
• Monitoring contract expiry date by managing... the electronic employee data sheet and ensuring that employees do not work without valid contracts.
• Dealing with any HR-related issues brought up by employees and escalating them to management where necessary.
• Participating in various appraisal meetings for employees and following up on manager appraisal feedback.
• Managing the filing for middle-level and top-management employees.
• Performing correct exit process for all employees and contractors, ensuring that all documentation is signed off before exit, medical for factory employees exiting the company is done and all the items that belong to the company are returned in good condition.
• Coordinating the medical check-up for all employees.
• Keeping the training calendar updated and ensuring that training needs are well captured and organizing training and following up with NITA reimbursements.
• Assisting the Health officer with WIBA issues.
• Keeping on top of changes in Kenyan Labor Laws.

Key Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in HR management or any other related degree
• Membership to the IHRM
• A strong understanding of HR principles, practices, and employment laws.
• Minimum 3 years of experience in a busy HR department
• Prior experience in the manufacturing industry
Nairobi Kenya


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