The anticipated period of interviewing: April 2023
JUNIOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OFFICER
(Full-time position – Remote working)
QUALIFICATION, EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge of Employers’ Organisations – History, Functions, Processes, and Structures
Have strong administrative and labour relations support skills
Computer Literate in Microsoft Office and virtual/digital engagement platforms
Effective communication skills both written and verbal
Well-groomed and confident
Willing to travel and has a valid driver’s license and reliable motor vehicle
Ability to work under pressure and meet targets and deadlines
No criminal convictions
Have a remote workstation and electricity backup system during loadshedding
Available as of 1 May 2023
Must reside in GQEBERHA (PORT ELIZABETH) or be willing to relocate at your own cost
Certificate/Diploma/Degree in Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations, Labour Relations/Law
Previous experience in responsibilities relating to Administration, Finance Management, Labour Relations, Dispute Resolution, and Business Development
Knowledge and experience within the Hairdressing, Cosmetology, Skincare, and Beauty Industry
Experience working on SAP
Fully vaccinated against COVID-19
Carry out administrative, secretarial, and accounting functions for the division
Recruit potential new members for the Organisation (Business Development)
Assist and ensure members are compliant in terms of the Industry represented Main Collective Agreement and South African Employment and Labour Legislation
Provide members with sound labour support
Build professional relationships with employers, suppliers, and industry role players
Maintain and provide accurate records and reports
Develop, manage, and present projects & events associated with the Organisation
Professional interaction and liaison with Bargaining Council agents and Trade Union representatives
Handling and resolving queries from and on behalf of members
Weekly planning and attending to scheduled appointments
Plan and host events focused on the core and elective services of the Organisation
Basic: R14 500.00 Phone allowance: R950.00
Travel allowance: R3 075.00 Data allowance: R350.00
13th cheque payable Incentive scheme
Note: If you are not willing to accept this monthly total cost to company remuneration package, please do not apply for this position.
WORKING TOOLS PROVIDED:
· Company laptop & accessories
· Travel logbook
APPLICATION CUT-OFF DATE: 24 MARCH 2023
Interested applicants who meet the criteria must submit a motivational letter for employment and a detailed CV, with proof of experience and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org before or on 24 March 2023.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates who meet the requirements will be contacted. Should you not receive feedback within two weeks, consider your application unsuccessful.
ABOUT THE EOHCB:
The Employers Organisation for Hairdressing, Cosmetology and Beauty (EOHCB) is a constituted registered Employers’ Organisation as per the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995, and has been representing its members since 1947. We celebrated 75 years of adding value to the businesses of our members in 2022.
The EOHCB is an organisation that promotes the interest of its members by protecting and supporting the needs of employers through Collective Bargaining and Labour Relations assistance and development.
The EOHCB is the only employers’ organisation within South Africa that is a party to the National Bargaining Council for Hairdressing, Cosmetology, Beauty, and Skincare Industry and who engages in collective bargaining on behalf of its members - the employers and legal owners of the industry.
We continuously strive to provide our members with a full range of services and benefits and endeavour to address the needs of our members with integrity, professionalism, and sound business practice.
The organisation represents employers on a regular basis at Bargaining Council and CCMA level, for dispute resolution through conciliation and arbitration. The EOHCB also engages in collective bargaining where conditions of employment and salaries are negotiated on behalf of employers through meaningful consultation for the industry.
The EOHCB prides itself on the confidence, experience, knowledge, and proficiency its employees possess. With offices throughout South Africa, employers are consulted and represented by a team of professionals who adds value to business and provides various mediums for interaction and facilitation suitable to individual labour and business needs.
To serve our members by:
Providing excellent labour relations support
Influencing industry related education and training
Encouraging excellent business ethics and standards
Recognising and awarding service excellence
To provide sound labour advice to our members
To ensure compliance with the Collective Agreement
To protect the interest of our members in the Collective Bargaining process
To represent members in all matters arising from labour disputes
To keep members informed of changes in Labour Legislation and industry
To assist in the preparation of labour related documentation in the workplace
To act as a positive intermediary between employers and employees
To create a World Class Fraternity of Hairdressing, Cosmetology, and Beauty Employers, who are dedicated to Excellence in their Profession.