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Human Resource Manager Job in Kenya - NGO

Nuru Self Help Group partners with Nuru International in Kenya West, Kuria district.
Nuru helps impoverished, communities to lift themselves out of extreme poverty in a sustainable way within five years through a holistic community development model. Come be a part of a meaningful, innovative and rapidly growing organization that is determined to change the face of poverty.
Job title: Human Resource Manager
Job Description
Human Resource Manager will report to the Chairman. He/she will be responsible for setting up and developing and implementing the effective HR programs, recruitment activities, performance management processes and will also provides support in staff safety and health. This is a full time position located in Kenya West, Kuria district.
Specific Responsibilities Include
·         Manage the HR and administrative functions, including implementing strategies, policies, systems and processes aligned to the mission and objectives of the organization
·         Responsible for recruiting processes: preparing job advertisement, screening applications, conducting interviews, reference checks, managing communication with candidates, etc.
·         Prepare all new contracts, employment package and orientation program
·         Formulates and administers compensation and benefits. Manages market research to establish pay practices that help to recruit and retain staff
·         Create the Employee Handbook in conjunction with the Chairman
·         Oversees legislative and statutory compliance relating to employment matters. Keep filing up to date
·         Ensures performance management is undertaken for all staff
·         Manages employee communication and feedback
·         Maintain and update personnel records for staff (paper and electronic) and record leave and staff changes
·         Oversees employee safety, welfare, wellness and health
Required Skills and Attributes
·         Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, or Organization Development
·         Minimum 4 years of progressive leadership experience in Human Resources positions
·         Specialized training in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training, and labor relations.
·         Able to work under minimum supervision
·         Computer literate (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point)
·         Have good interpersonal and communication skills
·         Excellent written and oral communications skills in English
·         Active affiliation with appropriate Human Resources networks and organizations and ongoing community involvement, preferred
To Apply:
Please send your resume and cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position to
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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