Senior Manager: Human Capital Administration

GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)
REF NO: (S-MNG/HCA/2018/071P)
SALARY : R948 174 – R1 116 918 per annum (all- inclusive package)
CENTRE : Pretoria Office
CLOSING DATE : 06 August 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
A recognized B Degree or equivalent three-year qualification (NQF level 7) as recognized by SAQA.
A minimum of eight years demonstrated experience in Human Resources Management, of which five years should be at a middle / senior managerial level.
Experience in Financial Services, especially Employee Benefits, Pension Fund and Retirement Benefits Administration will be a distinct advantage.
Knowledge of: Benefit Administration.
Customer Relationship Management (Channel Management).
Relevant legislative requirements and GPAA policies and procedures.
Industry knowledge.
Financial management including budgeting and forecasting.
Pension fund regulations and rules.
Compliance management.
Relevant systems.
dealing with organized Labour matters.
Strategic capacity.
Service delivery innovation.
Client Orientation and customer focus.
Financial management.
People management and empowerment.
Programme and project management.
Change management Communication.
Problem solving and analysis.
Respect.
Service excellence.
Integrity.
Transparency.
Courtesy.
Emotional intelligence.
Team player.

DUTIES :
The key outputs for this position include, but are not limited to: Manage the implementation of the Human Capital Administration strategy: Monitor the implementation of the operational plan for the Directorate to support the Directorate policies, procedures and processes, in accordance with best practice and legislation.
Manage the implementation of an effective short, medium and long-term operating strategy for the Directorate.
Conduct benchmarks on new developments in practices to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organisation.
Manage the provision of best practice regarding Directorate functions to all stakeholders.
Manage the implementation of a management effectiveness and leadership strategy.
Engage in strategic relationships with relevant stakeholders to serve the interest of the organisation.
Monitor compliance with relevant legislation throughout all Directorate functions.
Analyse service delivery gaps, challenges and implement remedial action strategies.
Manage quality of service provided to internal and external customers/clients/stakeholders.
Manage the mitigation of identified risks.
Ensure information flow to and alignment with all stakeholders to ensure effective engagement.
Conduct trend analyses and forecasting.
Lead the recruitment, selection and termination process: Develop a strategy and approach to attract and retain skilled resources.
Recommends enhancements to recruitment, selection and termination procedures in order to drive timely placement of skilled resources.
Manage the administration of the recruitment and selection process so that vacant positions across business units are processed efficiently and effectively.
Perform HC workforce planning to forecast employee needs across the various business units to ensure that the right staff are available at the right time, the right place and at the right price.
Monitor cost effectiveness of recruitment, selection and termination initiatives.
Interface with business to identify recruitment and selection requirements.
Manage recruitment for vacant positions across business units achieving placements within agreed time frames, following fair processes.
Manage exit interview process and compile monthly feedback reports.
Manage recruitment, selection and termination in accordance with policies, procedures and legal requirements.
Lead the Human Capital Administration process: Responsible for managing and facilitating all delivery of employee benefits in line with policies, procedures, and activities to ensure alignment, consistent interpretation and application of laws, personnel policies and procedures.
Ensure compliance to legislation and thus contribute to reforms in legislation, law, regulations, etc.
Manage and facilitate delivery of employee benefits and conditions of service in line with policies and procedures and ensure benefit program compliance with legislation.
Manage the efficient 15 maintenance of accurate, current, confidential and accessible employee records.
Manage information on employee changes, achieving an accurate profile of the status of all employees within the organization at any given time.
Manage leave in accordance with policy, minimizing risk and liability to the organization.
Lead the HC business partnering process: Provide strategic HC advisory services to business.
Develop and maintain competitive HC services to drive staff performance.
Lead the execution of HC administrative functions across the HR value chain.
Coordinate the employee development as per personal development ement of accurate and confidential documentation from line to HC.
Manage all the resources in the Directorate: Ensure the development and management of staff within the Directorate.
Implement and maintain a relevant management approach to support effective business results within the Directorate.
Develop and sustain a culture of high performance, professionalism and integrity to support overall quality of service delivery.
Ensure control of budgeting and expenditure process in-line with strategic objectives and relevant legislation.
Ensure the effective utilization of all other resources (including IS, Assets, Infrastructure, etc) within the Directorate.

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