Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc was incorporated in September 1960 as a private limited liability company, and commenced operations in 1962 with an installed capacity of 600 metric tons per day. The Company was converted to a public limited liability company in 1978, and its shares were subsequently listed on The Nigerian Stock Exchange.
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Slots Available: Northern Nigerian Flour Mills, Kano and Golden Sugar Estates, Sunti Niger State
The role of HRBP in Flour Mills or any of its subsidiaries is to provide holistic support to a business unit, directly partnering with the Business Units Heads and providing expert advice on all HR issues whilst ensuring efficient implementation of change.
Be proactive and be quick in assessing the impact of activities on people in order to adequately mitigate ER/IR risks.
Drive business effectiveness through development and up-to-date maintenance of clear organization design, structure, and processes.
Enhance employee motivation, engagement and discipline through implementation of rewards, recognition and retention strategy.
Build adequate talent pipeline by identifying potential leaders and successors through talent initiatives and robust individual development plans.
Partner with HR centers of excellence to develop policies, programs and tools that fulfill long-term business needs and organizational capability ensuring quality and timeliness of service.
Collaborate with Business Unit leaders to achieve people and organization strategy through the implementation of the workforce planning and talent management framework in the Business Unit.
External stakeholder engagement in promoting harmonious working relationships
Minimum first degree in any discipline
Member of any HR Professional Body such as CIPMN, CIPD, HRCI, SHRM.
Minimum of 5 years experience in human resources advisory capacity in an industrial factory setting.
Proficiency in the usage of Microsoft Office suites.
Experience in resolving employee or industrial relations issues.
The Person Must:
Possess excellent written and oral communication skills
Adhere to high confidentiality and personal integrity.
Have excellent organizational and Interpersonal skills.
Be persuasive, analytical and attentive to details.