Job at British Council | HR Business Partner Abuja (Junior Manager

Do you want to be part of a multicultural organisation with dynamic teams spanning six continents? Then please read on.

Welcome to the British Council, the UK’s cultural relations organisation. We create international opportunities for the UK and other countries and build trust between them worldwide.

We have teams and offices in six continents and over 100 countries bringing exciting international opportunities to life, every day. Each year we work with millions of people, connecting them with the United Kingdom, through our work in English, the Arts, Education and our ways of living and organising society. We have over 75 years’ experience of doing this.

We are looking for a dynamic, people-centred individual to join our HR team. If you are interested in working with us to fulfil our vision, then please read through the information below.

Job Title

HR Business Partner Abuja (Junior Management)

Job Descriptions

The HR Business Partner Abuja will support the Head of HR in the delivery of HR services in line with corporate standards. The post holder will undertake specific work within HR to support the effective management of the BC operation, focusing on our Abuja and Kano operations.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for
  • HR Operations in Abuja and Kano Offices
  • Learning & Development
  • Employee Relations
  • Performance Management
  • Equal Opportunity and Diversity
  • Financial Management

Requirements

About 3 years’ experience in HRM in a multinational organisation

Proven track record in HR Management - able to demonstrate understanding of best practice in HR processes and systems

Good communication skills

Job Location
Abuja, Nigeria

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2016

How to apply
Interested candidates should
Click here to apply


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