Monday, 22 March 2021

Ajira Mpya 3 Kiwanda Cha Cement Cha Dangote Tanzania

 Human Resource Officer , Mines

Description

Key Duties and Responsibilities

    Recruiting and interviewing potential applicants on experience, skills, and education
    Drawing up plans for future personnel hiring procedures and goals
    Performing administrative tasks
    Advising line Managers and other employees on employment law and the employer’s own employment policies and procedures
    Monitoring staff performance and attendance
    Overseeing employee health and safety procedures
    Organizing and managing new employee orientation, on-boarding, and training programs
    Ensuring that all employees are organized and satisfied in their work environment
    Contacting applicants references
    Performing criminal background checks required by company
    Advising on Company benefit needs or evaluating benefit contract bids
    Covering all legal compliance for Human Resource federal and state requirements
    Maintaining employee’s records and paperwork
    Answering employee questions and addressing employee concerns with company
    Reviewing procedures for employee safety, welfare, wellness and health
    Representing employer in community and recruiting events
    Overseeing social events

Requirements

Key Requirements

    Holder of Bachelor of Human Resource Management or any related discipline.
    At least 2 years of working experience in relevant position.

Benefits
    Personal Health Insurance
    Pay Off Time
    Training and Development

APPLICATIONS LINK


HSE Officer

Job Purpose:
To provide efficient and effective assistance in the management of DCL Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) initiatives, programs, procedures, trainings, work practices and controls to be implemented and monitored for effectiveness and continual improvement for regulatory compliance & DCL HSE standards.

Job Roles (Duties & Responsibilities):
    To assist the Head HSE in identifying and assessing risks and possible HSE hazards of all aspects of plant operations and provide input into identification and mitigation of risks.
    Daily presence within the plant, ensure proper housekeeping standards are kept within the area of responsibility.
    To conduct daily plant inspections for HSE Compliance.
    Participate in incident investigation and preparation of formal reports on findings including recommendations to Head HSE.
    To execute and follow up HSE corrective action plans.
    To participate in HSE meetings and deliver trainings as required.
    Provide safety awareness through leading by example.
    Develop daily reports on inspections.
    Report any unsafe acts, conditions or near miss.
    Carry out daily topics within your area of responsibilities.
    To inspect daily work permits and ensure proper adherence to procedure.
    Assist with regulatory compliance and to follow up any updates.
    To track and ensure reporting of HSE non-conformances and follow up for correction.
    To actively participate in the planning and execution of emergency evacuation drills.
    To Identify and manage the environmental aspects and impacts.
    To provide environmental awareness culture within the area of responsibility.
    To perform any other HSE related duty as assigned by Head HSE.

Requirements

Job Requirements:

    Degree in environmental science /Engineering or related studies.
    Certification on NOSHIC I and/or NOSHIC II.
    Experience of at least 2 years in HSE.
    Experience in cement Industry will be added advantage.
    Strong technical skills & Proactive attitude.
    Able to respond to heavy demands and high work pressure.
    Good knowledge/skills on basic computer softwares.

Benefits
    Personal Health Insurance
    Pay Off Time
    Training and Development

APPLICATIONS LINK


Personal Assistant For Country Manager/ CEO
Description

Key Duties and Responsibilities

    Co-ordinate and Maintain the diary of the CEO/Country Manager including organizing of all appointments, meetings, Travel Allowance etc.
    Identify, anticipate and prepare information required for the CEO/Country Manager for meetings, preparation etc, and follow up inward and outwards requests for information, outstanding reports, and correspondence.
    Arrange both internal and external meetings requested and in advance for recurring meetings.
    Handling incoming calls and other communications
    Tale dictation and minutes in the meeting whenever required.
    Process expense claims and advances for the CEO/Country Manager as per requirement.
    Schedule team meetings, prepare agenda and draft minutes.
    Booking and arranging travel, transport and accommodation and logistics for guests whenever required.
    Reminding the CEO/Country Manager of important tasks and maintain deadlines.
    Typing, Compiling, preparing reports, presentations and correspondence.
    Be in liaison with Senior HR Officers in all matters related to Administration including rest house, office environment, official visitors etc.
    Perform any other duties as assigned from time to time by CEO/Country Manager.

Requirements

Key Requirements

    Holder of Diploma in Secretarial Studies or Business Management.
    At least 8 years of working experience in relevant position.

Skills and Competencies
    Excellent written and oral communication both English and Swahili language
    Excellent use Microsoft Office (Words, Excel, Power Point and Outlook)
    An understanding of confidentiality issues and the use of discretion
    The ability to work at his/her own initiative and to tight deadline
    Typing speed of 50WPM
    Honesty and Reliability

Benefits
    Personal Health Insurance
    Pay Off Time
    Training and Development

APPLICATIONS LINK

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