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Home Mortgage Bank is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified person to fill
the position of Human Resource Manager.
The successful candidate is expected to enhance the Bank's Human Resources capacity in the areas of planning,
implementing, and evaluating employee relations, human resources policies, programs, and practices; oversees
all aspects of the Human Resource functions for the Bank and provides guidance to all members of the manage-
ment and supervisory team.
The incumbent is required to provide support to the business to ensure the development and proper implementa-
tion of company policies, strategies and objectives, with a view to promoting corporate values and enabling
business success through job design, recruitment, performance management, job evaluation, training & develop-
ment, employment relations, talent management, change management and compensation and benefits.
as active management throughout the year.
creation of a high performance culture.
alignment in accordance with the company's pay philosophy.
Education and Experience:
Re: Human Resource Manager
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS DECEMBER 02, 2016
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
how, soccer will likely return at
Through the grieving and after the
funerals of the 19 team members who
died in a plane crash, soccer will prob-
ably be played again, just as it was at
Manchester United and Torino follow-
ing similar tragedies.
"For so many years I was at the heart
of Manchester United's effort to main-
tain its place in football," England great
Bobby Charlton wrote in his 2007 au-
tobiography. "There was always one
great hope: the return to greatness of
my beloved club."
Chapecoense, a team from the small
Brazilian town of Chapeco, was on its
way to play in the Copa Sudamericana
final---South America's second biggest
club tournament---when the charter
airline carrying the players, staff and
media crashed into a Colombian moun-
tainside, killing 71 on board.
Three players survived, but all suf-
fered serious injuries.
In 1958, eight Manchester United
players died on a snowy Munich run-
way. Led on the field by the 20-year-
old Charlton, the English team soon
set about ensuring the soul of "Busby
Babes" was not extinguished.
Torino was the dominant force in
Italian soccer before the 1949 Super-
ga air disaster killed 18 players. The
won the previous four Serie A titles,
but it took until 1976 for the team to win
the league again---its last league title.
"It's a destiny that binds us inextri-
cably," Torino wrote on Twitter after
the Chapecoense disaster. "We are with
The Chapecoense administrators
who survived or didn't travel with the
team have to balance the responsibility
of caring for the families in mourning
and the players still alive.
Matheus Saroli, the coach's son,
forgot his passport so he couldn't
travel. An injury prevented Alejandro
Martinuccio from joining his team in
Colombia for the first leg of the Copa
Sudamericana final against Atletico
Nacional---the biggest match in the
Since the crash, Chapecoense has
been offered players on loan by rival
clubs Flamengo, Palmeiras and Sao
Paulo in order to keep going, just like
Manchester United was 58 years ago.
Matt Busby's talented 1958 United
squad had been destined for greatness.
The team was flying back from Belgrade
after securing a place in the European
Cup semifinals. Two months later, a
reassembled United team lost to AC
"I played my heart out on the night
and I was man of the match against
Milan," forward Kenny Morgans, who
died in 2012, recalled in 2008 ahead of
50th anniversary of the disaster. "Then I
just sort of packed my career in. I didn't
want to play in the first team because I
missed the boys that had died."
After Munich, some United players
felt abandoned by the club. (AP)
In this November 2, 2016 photo, players of Brazil's Chapecoense team pose before a Copa Sudamericana soccer
match against Argentina's San Lorenzo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Top row from left, goalkeeper Marcos
Danilo Padilha, Bruno Rangel Domingues, Helio Hermito Zampier Neto, Cleber Santana Loureiro, Willian Thiago.
Bottom row from left, Guilherme Gimenez de Souza, Ananias Eloi Castro Monteiro, Tiago "Tiaguinho" Da Rocha
Vieira, Matheus Bitencourt da Silva, Dener Assuncao Braz and Jose "Gil" Gildeixon Clemente de Paiva. A plane
carrying the Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense team that was on it's way for a Copa Sudamericana final match
against Colombia's Atletico Nacional crashed in a mountainous area outside Medellin, Colombia. SEE PAGE 48
Someday soccer will return to
Chapecoense, as at Man Utd
PLANE CRASHES THAT HAVE CLAIMED LIVES OF ATHLETES, COACHES
Members of Brazilian soccer team Chapeco-
ense were among 81 people on board a
chartered aircraft that crashed late Monday
in Medellin, Colombia. It was not immedi-
ately clear how many players were among
A list of other sports teams involved in
fatal plane crashes:
Nov. 8, 1948---Czechoslovak national ice
hockey team, five members including IIHF
Hall of Famer Ladislav Trojak, in the English
May 4, 1949---Italian soccer club Torino.
The four-time league champions lost 22
members, including 18 players, in Turin, Italy.
Jan. 7, 1950---Moscow VVS ice hockey
team, 11 players, near Sverdlovsk.
Feb. 6, 1958---English soccer champion
Manchester United, eight members, in
Aug. 14, 1958---Egyptian fencing team, six
members, in the Atlantic Ocean.
Oct. 10, 1960---Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo
football team, 16 members, in Toledo, Ohio.
Feb. 16, 1961---U.S. figure skating team, 18
members and 10 coaches and officials, in
April 3, 1961---Green Cross, eight members
of the first-division Chilean soccer team
plus two members of the coaching staff,
in the Las Lastimas Mountains.
April 28, 1968---Lamar Tech track team,
five members and the coach, in Beaumont,
Sept. 26, 1969---Bolivian soccer team
"The Strongest," coach Eustaquio Ortuno,
16 players and two staff members, near
Oct. 2, 1970---Wichita State football team,
14 players, in Colorado.
Nov. 14, 1970---Marshall University foot-
ball team, 36 players, in Huntington, West
Oct. 13, 1972---Uruguayan rugby club,
among the 29 casualties, in the Andes, Chile.
Dec. 13, 1977---University of Evansville
men's basketball coach Bobby Watson and
14 players, in Evansville, Indiana.
March 14, 1980---U.S. amateur boxing team,
14 members, in Warsaw, Poland.
Nov. 25, 1985---Iowa State women's cross
country team, coach Ron Renko, assistant
coach Pat Moynihan, and team members
Julie Rose, Susan Baxter and Sheryl Maahs,
in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dec. 8, 1987---Peruvian first-division soccer
team Alianza Lima, coach Marcos Calderon
and 16 players, in Lima, Peru.
April 28, 1993---Zambia's national soccer
team, 18 players and five team officials, in
Jan. 27, 2001---Oklahoma State basketball
players Dan Lawson and Nate Fleming,
and six team staffers and broadcasters,
in Byers, Colorado.
Sept. 7, 2011---Russian hockey team Loko-
motiv, 27 players, two coaches and seven
club officials, in Tunoshna, Russia.
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