Job Description
About us
An HR Consultancy firm are looking for an ace HR Business Partner to help us make a big deal of our fantastic employees we are serving, as well as helping find and nurture more amazing staff members.
About you
If you pride yourself on your clear and effective communication skills and you know that you have strong collaborating and influencing capabilities with a bit of a creative flair, then this role is for you.
Due to the diversity of responsibilities of the role, the ideal candidate will be a competent and resourceful individual with a passion for HR and people.
What you’ll love
Being a consultant, you will be working from client’s offices, from home and from the company’s office with flexible locations, work from home and flexi-hours.
What you’ll do
  • Find us talented new employees with creative job posts, skilled interviews, and the development of interesting and challenging assessment centres
  • Make those new employees feel welcome
  • Apply your love for systems and detail to our monthly HR administration
  • Allow your creativity and sense of fun to shine by helping plan employee events like socials and team builds as well as monthly learning opportunities
  • Look after your talent by creating retention strategies as well as employee development opportunities
  • Work closely with management in order to provide training for employees and establish ways to increase employee engagement
Roles & responsibilities include
  • Act as an advisor on the full spectrum of HR
  • To consult with leaders on the current state of the company and its people and development needs. Help leaders identify the desired future state and appropriate actions to take on
  • To act as the first point of contact for employment related enquiries
  • Conduct onboarding and offboarding
  • Run payroll
  • Annual EE and Seta reporting
  • Performing HR admin tasks including preparing employment documentation
  • Drive and facilitate performance management, talent management, employee development and succession planning
  • Provide day to day performance management guidance to managers (coaching, counselling, career development, disciplinary action)
  • Drive and facilitate a high performance and continuous improvement culture
  • Other HR responsibilities where requested
What you’ll need
  • Honours or Master’s degree in Industrial Psychology or equivalent
  • Registered Industrial Psychologist or Psychometrist
  • 2 years relevant experience in business partnering including
  • Design, development and implementation of training and development programmes
  • HR consulting i.e. recruitment, performance development and management and labour relations
  • Demonstrated experience partnering with clients on solving business/operational issues through the application of progressive people system practices
  • Experience working in a medium to large organisation/consulting experience
  • You’re organised, have great attention to detail and excellent time management
  • You like being part of and contributing to a team, but can work independently

Should you wish to apply for the position, please apply directly via this job board, please ensure that you quote reference number 202041 subject heading or email body.

Surgo (Pty) Ltd will consider all applications in terms of its Employment Equity (EE) and is committed in maintaining diversity in its’ appointments. Surgo (Pty) Ltd, therefore also encourages people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds to apply. Due to the high volume of applications, should you not receive feedback within three months upon submission, you can assume your application was unsuccessful and we encourage you to reapply.

Your CV will be kept on our database for us to contact you should any future vacancies become available. If you do not wish for us to keep your CV for any other positions, please email info@surgo.co.za .




Job Type
Full-Time Regular

Location
Cape Town Western Cape

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