JOB AT UAP Group : Human Capital & Administration Manager : ( Deadline : 25 July 2019 )

JOB AT UAP Group : Human Capital & Administration Manager : ( Deadline : 25 July 2019 )



JOB AT UAP Group : Human Capital & Administration Manager : ( Deadline : 25 July 2019 )



Old Mutual Limited (OML) is a premium African financial services group that offers a broad spectrum of financial solutions to retail and corporate customers across key markets in 17 countries. Our primary operations are in South Africa and the Rest of Africa, and we have niche businesses in Latin America and Asia. We have 12 million customers and 31,000 employees as at the end of 2017 and with over 170 years of heritage across sub-Saharan Africa, we are a crucial part of the communities we serve and broader society on the continent. The business is listed on the Johannesburg, London, Zimbabwean, Malawian and Namibian stock exchanges. The UAP Old Mutual Group comprises of three key players as a result of the acquisition of a controlling stake in Faulu in 2014 and UAP in 2015 by Old Mutual. The acquisition resulted in Old Mutual Kenya and UAP Holdings ( as well as Faulu Microfinance Bank ( forming one of the largest financial services groups with a growing footprint in East and Central Africa. The Group currently has operations in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, and Rwanda. The Group now offers customers a comprehensive and enhanced range of financial services which include Investment, Insurance, Banking, and Savings as well as a wider and more accessible distribution network. The wider group also offers broad career growth prospects for employees. It, therefore, wishes to fill the below vacant position with a qualified, experienced and talented individual to strengthen its portfolio as a Pan – African Financial Services Group. The positions’ details are further outlined below;-



Role Title :  Human Capital & Administration Manager – 1 Post


Business Unit(s):  Rwanda


Business /Function :  Human Capital


Location: Rwanda


Reports To: Managing Director and Group Human Capital


MDP Level :  Manager of Others


Role Size   N



Job Summary




This role is accountable for the development and execution of Human Capital (HC) strategy in support of business/

Divisional plans in alignment with corporate HC governances and overall business strategy.



Key Result Areas



To execute manpower planning for all business functions
To attract, develop and retain top talent.
To promote and foster a productive culture and environment.
To lead Human Capital operational efficiency




Key tasks and responsibilities



Develop, execute and monitor the people strategies/plans that attract, develop and retain employees to support short and long term organizational business needs to drive competitive advantage.
Development/implementation of Human capital policy, procedures, and processes across the business.
Oversee organizational culture, change and staff engagement management
Oversee and manage the performance management process that drives high performance to achieve business goals.
Implement business functions succession planning/ talent management plan that supports business goals.
Work as part of cross-functional HC teams to develop HC practice and process developments that contribute to enhancing the HC contribution to the business.
Manage the compensation and benefits process in line with the HC policies and procedures. Including management of the payroll process in line with company policy.
Develop specific incentive plans that align with business unit goals.
Identify all HC risks for the business and develop risk prevention measures.
Establish and maintain effective win-win working relationships with employees and their representatives through an environment that fosters communication and cooperation.
Establish and maintain relationships with Human Capital stakeholders
Manage employee lifecycle data, Human Capital systems, and reporting
Any other duties assigned from time to time.


Academic/Professional Qualifications and experience



Master’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or Organizational Psychology (Desirable)
Bachelors’ Degree in Human Resources Management / Organizational Psychology or equivalent.
Possession of IHRM or CIPD or SPHRi (will be an added advantage)
Minimum of eight years of working experience, 4 of which are at senior management level in a financial services Industry.


Skills and competencies



Technical Knowledge in the Human Capital practice
Excellent interpersonal skills
Good communication skills (written & oral)
IT proficient
Negotiation skills
Ability to interact at all levels
Leadership skills
Optimizing Diversity
Report writing and presentation skills
Strong intellect and vision
Aligning Performance for Success


How to apply:


Interested candidates are requested to submit their applications by using the following email: [email protected] not later than Thursday 25th July 2019.


Applicants must possess or be in the process of applying for a POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE as at the time of making an application.


Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.






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