Our client in the IT industry based in Nairobi seeks to hire Human Resource Assistant who will provide support in the various human resource activities, which include recruitment, training and development, performance management, compensation, benefits, labour relations and Human Resource.
Maintain accurate and up-to-date employee records, including personal information, job changes, and performance evaluations.
Ensure compliance with record-keeping regulations and data confidentiality.
Assist with job posting, candidate screening, and interview scheduling.
Collect and organize resumes and applications.
Coordinate communication with job applicants.
Help with the onboarding process for new employees, including paperwork, orientation schedules, and training logistics.
Ensure new hires have the necessary resources and information for a smooth transition.
Assist employees with benefit enrollment, inquiries, and claims.
Coordinate open enrollment activities.
Collaborate with payroll staff to verify time and attendance records.
Address payroll-related questions and issues from employees.
Assist in the development and maintenance of HR policies and procedures.
Communicate policy changes to employees and ensure compliance.
Act as a point of contact for employees regarding HR-related inquiries.
Assist in resolving minor employee issues and grievances.
Help organize training sessions and workshops for employees.
Track employee training and development progress.
Assist in preparing reports related to HR metrics, compliance, and diversity.
Ensure the organization complies with labor laws and regulations.
Perform general administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying, and maintaining HR documents.
Manage the HR department’s calendar and schedule appointments as needed.
Qualifications and Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management or related field.
At least 2 years and above of work experience in a busy HR department.
Prior experience in implementing HR policies and manpower planning.
Must be well conversant with the Kenyan labour laws and ethical HR practices.
Must be well conversant with payroll – AREN software.
Excellent people management skills.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Must be accurate and thorough in the work.
Self-Driven and result Oriented.
Honest in his/her dealings.
Candidates within Nairobi are encouraged to apply.
Must be a member of IHRM