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WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY (WASA) Vacancy
HEAD, EMPLOYEE & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY (WASA)
HEAD, EMPLOYEE & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY
In keeping with our commitment to be the leader in water and wastewater services within the Caribbean, we are seeking an outstanding achiever who is capable of creating a disciplined, motivated and productive workforce through the introduction of Employee and Industrial Relations practices, policies programmes and systems which adheres to Industrial Relations laws and principles. This is an opportunity to become a member of a dynamic management team that is dedicated and committed to building a high performance organization which ensures water security for every sector in our country.
Job Title: HEAD, EMPLOYEE & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Application Deadline: 14th October 2019 HR Contact: DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES
The Authority is seeking an individual with extensive experience in the field of industrial relations to lead the Industrial Relations function within the Human Resources Division. The successful candidate will be required to introduce appropriate Employee Relations strategies, policies, plans and programmes to improve the industrial relations climate and maintain a peaceful and productive working environment in support of a High Performance Organization.
The incumbent will be required to continuously assess the internal and external environment, identify potential Human Resources issues which may disrupt the continuity of business operations, develop mitigation strategies to prevent and/or resolve issues that can impact on a peaceful industrial relations climate within the Authority.
The Head, Employee & Industrial Relations will also be required to develop and implement strategies and plans for the successful engagement of the relevant bargaining units, continuously promote and engage in social dialogue, advise on the resolution of employees’ grievances, trade disputes and disciplinary matters, as well as represent the Authority at the relevant courts, engages in peaceful negotiations and complete the collective bargaining process in a timely and cost effective manner.
The successful candidate must also have experience working in a fast–paced, unionized environment, be able to influence others and respond to frequent changes in the industrial relations climate.
If you are the person we are looking for you’ll have the following attributes:
- Change management skills.
- Superior leadership negotiating, interpersonal, communication, reporting and presentation skills.
- Ability to influence change and promote fairness, equity and transparency in industrial relations practices.
- Committed, Results driven and quality focus.
- Team player
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment
An attractive and competitive remuneration package will be provided.
- Masters in Labour Studies/Labour Law. Maters in Human Resources Management or in a related field and/or relevant discipline.
Ref: HEAD, EMPLOYEE & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
- Minimum of ten (10) years senior managerial experience, eight (8) of which should have been in an industrial Relations environment.
- At least five (5) years in a Unionized environment.
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