HR Advisor

Luanda Seadril

ROLE SUMMARY:

The HR Advisor is a key member of Human Resources team in the Africa Region and a focal point for human resources support (onshore and offshore) to assigned rigs in Angola. The role requires a person with the ability to proactively and professionally provide operational support and strategic consultation to key stake holders in alignment with corporate HR directives.

QHSE:

  • Compliance with the Seadrill Code of Conduct;
  • Compliance with applicable internal and external governing requirements;
  • Good and clear communications with all involved parties;
  • Compliance with Seadrill training, certification and competence requirements;
  • Non-compliance’s promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor.

 JOB SPECIFIC:

HR Operations

  • Be a dedicated HR Advisor supporting and liaising people management;
  • Responsible for the End-to-End Employee life cycle process, including recruitment, appraisal & performance management, employee engagement, learning & development and succession planning following company regulations and local employment laws;
  • Partner with rig management team by providing proactive solutions to ensure proper manning and crew onboarding;
  • Communicate and Collaborate with Global and Regional HR teams;
  • Responsible for processing and providing support on employees’ visa/work permit application, medical examination, client requirements, expenses claims, etc;
  • Coordinate and manage agencies ensuring crew team have the required support;
  • Oversee and ensure processing of employee assignment changes;
  • Ensure maintenance of personal data, proper personnel and registration of all relevant information into the HR database;
  • Keep focus on cost control and report on Headcount deviation from budget;
  • Employee data management systems: Oracle, Cornerstone, SkillsVX, etc;
  • Contribute in internal projects working cross functionally in a matrix fast paced organization;
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Recruiting

  • Partner with local agencies and corporate recruiting team to source candidates for vacant positions;
  • Coordinate hiring process and provide guidance to get qualified candidates;
  • Ensure that the employment documents are processed, distributed and registered according to requirements.

Training

  • Coordinate with HRSSC Training team & Safety Training Officer to organize training and ensure that all personnel have the valid certificates for their respective position/role;
  • Works with operator/client to ensure personnel/training requirements are met;
  • Follow-up on training compliance matrix to meet compliance standard.

Performance & Talent management

  • Partner with rig leadership to address individual and team performance;
  • Identify top/lower performers and recommend career planning as appropriate;
  • Monitor and analyse Employee Engagement Survey on assigned Rigs;
  • Support on People Committees.

AUTHORITY:​

  • Operate within Seadrill’s Key principles for business conduct;
  • For level of authority see Seadrill’s Delegation of Authority Schedule

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Education/certification: Diploma in Human Resources/ Business Administration or equivalent;
  • Fluency and strong communication in both Portuguese and English language is required;
  • Experience collaborating with multiple geographic locations;
  • 3 plus years of HR experience, with preference experience within Drilling companies, and global oil & gas industry;
  • General knowledge of HR process, such as recruitment, employee relations, performance management, disciplinary process, succession planning, HRIS, training & development, etc.

SKILLS:

  • Excellent inter-personal, communication and influencing skills;
  • Ability to multi task;
  • Resourceful;
  • Good networking and stakeholder management;
  • A proven problem-solver, tenacious about reaching a solution;
  • Highly analytical and detail-oriented mindset;
  • Excellent time management and prioritizing skills, with an appropriate sense of urgency;
  • Supportive team-oriented approach, with a can-do, positive attitude;
  • Able to identify and implement improvement initiatives;
  • Proactive and driven, can effectively anticipate future challenges and identify options for dealing with them;
  • High level of integrity and accountability

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Good knowledge of Employment Law, legislation & trends in the Angolan region;
  • Culturally sensitive and internationally aware, including awareness of relevant legal frameworks (Employment Laws).
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