Chevron Nigeria (ASSOCIATE HUMAN RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE)

Job Title: ASSOCIATE HUMAN RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE
Job Description: The Associate Human Resources Representative will work collaboratively with the members of the human resources department. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Computing benefits using Excel functions, interpret policies and ensure consistency in application. Analyzing data and follow work processes to completion. Developing personal expertise in the use of various HR applications necessary to capitalize on the strengths and advantage of the Human Resources systems and processes. Ensuring data integrity and efficient processing of HR data. Maintaining confidentiality and appropriate usage of personnel data in line with the Company's Data Privacy policy.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in any of the Social Sciences, Sciences or Humanities with Second Class Upper Division. Applicants with Second Class Lower Division who possess a Master's degree in Industrial & Labour Relations (MILR), Industrial Relations & Personnel Management (IRPM) or Business Administration (MBA) will be considered.Membership of CIPM, SHRM or CIPD and certification from any of these professional bodies will be an additional advantage.
Required Skills: Strong analytical skills
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Tools.
Good planning and organizing skills
Effective communication skills
Excellent Interpersonal skills
Experience One (1) – Three (3) years relevant post degree experience (includes National Youth Service) in the Human Resources function of a reputable multinational, consulting, or professional Human Resources organization.
Job Type: Full Time (Regular)
Job Category: Human Resources
Job Location: Lagos
Effective Job Opening Date: 7/23/2010
Job Closing Date: 8/6/2010
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