This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Human Resources (HR) Leader to join our Central Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA) team. As the HR Lead for West & Central Africa you will be accountable for leading the daily HR operations for circa 400 employees across 6 countries (Ivory Coast, Senegal, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Cameroon and Ghana). You will manage a remote team and be accustomed to working with senior stakeholders, partnering with Business Leaders and building a network across the broader HR organization. This role will report into the Human Resources Delivery Lead for CEEMEA.
As a Human Resources Lead for West and Central Africa in one of our offices in Ivory Coast, Senegal, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Cameroon or Ghana you will ….
• Be responsible for the West and Central African HR team which includes 3 direct reports and 3 HR points of contact across 6 countries. • Connect with and oversee the implementation of projects with the HR Centers of Expertise (CoE) Talent Advisory, Talent Aquisition and Compensation and Benefits. • Play a critical role in supporting the West and Central Africa (WCA) organization during a period of change. • Focus on both pre- and post-acquisition work for the possible impending combination of Willis Towers Watson and Aon. • Provide HR advise and support a number of joint ventures in the context of disinvestment. • Support the team in the continuous improvement of HR policies and procedures. • Be a strategic business partner to the WCA senior leaders. • Provide guidance and counsel on matters related to talent, organisational change, employee engagement etc. • Train managers on a wide range of HR related topics including performance management, the rollout of new HR programs and policies, etc. • Manage all employee relations issues within the business area supporting and guiding managers to handle disciplinaries and grievances. • Contribute to HR legal matter to be managed with the group legal team • Work closely with the business and the Compensation CoE to deliver on the annual performance review process, including promotion and salary review and bonus process • Oversee annual renewal process with the Benefits CoE. • Partner with the CoE leads to ensure global programs are delivered effectively in the sub-region. • Identify opportunities and drive towards standardization while understanding and allowing for differences where appropriate. • Ensure all Human resources policies and compliance requirements are adhered to and maintained throughout the sub-region. • Oversee compliance, regulatory and controls.
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Closing Date : 30 July, 2020