Human Resources, BP – Supply Chain at Unilever Nigeria Plc

Unilever Nigeria - Welcome to Unilever, a global multinational and fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company with products sold in over 190 countries and more than 2 billion consumers across the world who use our amazing products everyday!At Unilever, you can shape your own path as you work with the brands and people that drive our sustainable business growth.We are recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Human Resources, BP - Supply Chain  Job Number: 17000GF9Location: Agbara, Ogun Reports to: HR DirectorBusiness Context and Main Purpose of the JobIn the role of HRBP Manufacturing, you have responsibility for all aspects of the people agenda for the Agbara manufacturing site. You will ensure by effectively partnering your client group that HR policies and processes are executed effectively.You will work closely with the broader HR community, using your business expertise & insight to diagnose talent, organisation, culture and capability needs in the business and deliver interventions to address these.Main AccountabilitiesThe HRBP Manufacturing has the following main accountabilities:Responsible for activation of the local Human Resources plan (including the talent component) for the manufacturing siteAssesses the talent needs of the manufacturing organisation to design and deliver the most effective talent solutions. Effectively partners managers to influence them to make the right choices regarding Talent.Engages and communicates with all employees the vision for effective teams and effective change managementUnderstands organisation diagnostic tools and uses them to plan and implement a range of organisation development interventions and change acceleration programmesCoaches and advises business leaders in the optimisation of organisation and team design techniques to improve performanceWorks at both the organisational and individual level to assess learning & capability building needs. Advises the client group the business and performance benefits of learning interventions.Develops an effective ER strategy & delivers it through coaching managers, ensuring a strong understanding of employment law and risk mitigation.Builds managers’ capability in managing performance and reward decisionsMonitors and addresses legal compliance issues to by ensure that the organisation complies with local and national laws (for e.g. recruitment, diversity, data protection, employee contracts)Works closely and collaboratively with HRBP, HR Services and HR Expertise teams to share best practice.Has financial and budgetary responsibility for HR in the factory site - to manage budgets and absence cost control and reduction and FTE optimization.An excellent understanding of WCM is required to engage with Factory Leadership Teams and integrate HR for Factories plan and ManEx World Class Manufacturing vision. Drive implementation of ‘22 Steps to implement a World Class approach’ along with the factory leadership team by educating the factory resources and related change management efforts.Is responsible for delivering Employee & Industrial Relations (ER/ IR) to the business (knowledge of legislative and consequent impact on the organisation, relationships with works council/ unions, government/regulatory bodies, community, etc.Provides input into the Talent strategy for the business through developing insight and analysis of people related business issues and opportunities (by activating global solutions, e.g. Talent Management tools/ processes and diversity metrics, etc)Interfaces with HR service provider for delivery of core HR services to the site, monitors Quality and timeliness of service provision.Collects Human Resources/ Organisation Effectiveness metrics and measurement for the site across the entire HR lifecycle

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