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Noble Energy, Inc. HR Manager Equatorial Guinea (Expatriate Position) in Equatorial Guinea

Leads the Human Resources function in EG. Serves as a member of the leadership team in EG alongside peers from Government Relations, operations, finance, marketing and IT groups. Partners with Corporate office and local business leaders in the development and integration of HR programs to build organizational capacity, talent and leadership to achieve desired business outcomes. Ensures compliance with internal corporate policies, as well as government regulations and statutory requirements.

  • Develop, recommend and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall corporate and local business strategy.

  • Implements Talent Acquisition, Workforce Planning, Global Mobility, Learning and Organizational Development, Compensation & Benefit programs, Performance Management, Talent Management and Succession Planning processes.

  • Establishes team’s annual goals and objectives and holds HRBPs accountable for achievement of established outcomes.

  • Engage in collaborative partnership with corporate HR management to ensure operational consistency, as well as consistency in processes, strategic approaches, and policy formation across the Human Resources function.

  • Serve as trusted counsel to local leadership in regard to sensitive and complex issues pertaining to the organization.

  • Develops the national HR team and HR technical and leadership capabilities through creation and rigorous implementation of individual development plans, ongoing coaching and mentoring.

  • Leads the local nationalization plan in collaboration with local leadership and manages the ITHNGE program (local technical development program).

  • Coaches executive management on talent, employee and organizational issues and desired outcomes.

  • Responsible for local HR budget.

Job Requirements

The ideal candidate will be an accomplished Human Resources professional with strong leadership skills, a strategic thinker with deep understanding of Human Resources best practices and programs. They will have a minimum of 15 years of Human Resources experience, with at least 5 years of progressive leadership experience in a global or multinational corporate organization with an established record of cross cultural competency. Experience in EG or region strongly preferred.

Other attributes include:

  • Possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills in both Spanish and English.

  • Propensity to utilize analytical data when guiding decision making.

  • Understands and effectively integrates local cultural aspects into decision making and implementation plans.

  • Ability to partner with and influence the management team by developing and presenting solutions that translate into actionable plans.

  • Ability to effectively interact with and influence government officials.

  • Ability to align strategic corporate outcomes into regional business decisions.

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