HR Project Coordinator

IFS
11 days ago
0 Applied
Expires on: Oct 11 2022

Ref. No 00001069

Description

The HR Project Coordinator is responsible for supporting the HR Programme Managers to ensure all assigned HR projects are completed to a consistently high standard, within budget, and on time. The incumbent will also play a large part within the HR Programme Office (HR PMO) to support with project governance and to produce standard materials.

Overall Required Competencies:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Good knowledge of principles and practices of HR management.
  • Comfortable managing multiple tasks and a degree of ambiguity.
  • Good stakeholder management skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
Responsibilities
  • Create & maintain project governance documentation for the HR PMO
  • Own and maintain the HR PMO shared folders, ensuring old project documentation is archived
  • Support the HR Programme Managers with the facilitation of workshops to elicit requirements and current state information or to explain and obtain feedback on proposed design solution
  • Take the lead on smaller / less complex projects from start to finish
  • Follow up with project team members on their assigned tasks to keep momentum high, ensuring adherence to project timelines
  • Escalate risks and issues with projects to the relevant HR Programme Manager
  • Create & administer communication and training plans for projects
  • Support the HR Programme Managers to close project activities, including documenting and communicating lessons learned
  • Provide status updates to key stakeholders to the HR PMO as required
  • Support the HR PMO and wider HR Services team with ad hoc tasks where required
Skills
HR
Communication
Problem solving
Organizational
Time management
Industry Sector