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Responsible for providing impartial legal advice and corporate secretarial services to the Board of Directors and its
appointed Committees so that the principles of good corporate governance are maintained and to give legal advice and
support to the Chief Executive Officer and senior management.
o Ensure that the Board has the proper legal advice and resources for discharging its judiciary duty under state law and
is guided accordingly on rules and regulations and issues of Corporate Governance with regards to the functioning of
the Board and its Sub-Committees.
o Prepare legal documents including letters, contracts, agreements, leases and licenses.
o Ensure the competent representation of the organization an all legal matters and instruct external Counsel accordingly.
o Represent the Corporation on matters before the various Courts.
o LLB Degree and Legal Education Certificate from a recognized body or
o Professional Certification from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administration (ICSA)
o Minimum five (5) years post qualification experience in a similar or related position.
o Sound knowledge of the National Agricultural Marketing and Development Corporation Act, 1991 and other
related legislation, public sector procedures and practices.
o Ability to work independently or in a team.
o Ability to train and supervise others, coordinate work activities and to organize and
maintain an efficient filing system.
o Good Interpersonal and Communication Skills, Excellent Writing and negotiation skills.
MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES
Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating of the Human Resources Management function within
the Corporation in accordance with the Corporation's strategic goals and objectives.
o Facilitate the achievement of the strategic objectives of the Corporation by engaging in
strategic human resources management and ensuring that plans, both strategic and operational, when implemented,
provide the organisation with employees who possess the required skills and competencies to make a tangible
contribution to the Corporation.
o Guide management and staff and protect the interests of employees by developing and implementing human
resources policies and procedures that effective, relevant and consistent with current legislation.
o Develops and manages the Human Resources Management Information System in order to provide accurate and
timely employee information to its internal stakeholders.
o Facilitate the upgrade of staff skills and competencies where necessary by developing and implementing training plan
for the Assist in the development and maintenance of an appropriate occupational, health and safety system to ensure
employees operate within a safe working environment.
o Facilitate the maintenance of a healthy and productive industrial relations climate by advising on industrial relations
procedures for negotiations and on strategies for resolving conflicts and disputes; engaging in Union negotiations,
administering union contracts, handling grievances and resolving disputes.
o Facilitate the alignment of workforce performance with the strategic goals of the organization by administering the
Corporation's Performance Management System.
o Administer an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).
o BSc. Human Resource Management/ Social Sciences.
o Masters degree with specialization in Human Resources Management will be an asset.
o Five (5) years relevant work experience at a senior level.
o In depth knowledge of the principles and practices of the various functional areas of human resources management.
o In-depth knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation, policies and procedures.
o Knowledge of job analysis techniques, compensation management principles, performance review methods and techniques.
o Excellent written and verbal Communication, presentation and training skills.
o Ability to multitask.
Quarry Driller Needed
a 110-inch television that
has four times the res-
olution of standard
sions is going on sale for
about US$150,000 in
The launch Monday of
the giant television set
reflects global television
makers move toward
ultra HD televisions, as
manufacturing bigger tel-
evisions using OLED
proves too costly.
Last year, Samsung
and rival LG Electronics,
the world s top two tel-
evision makers, touted
OLED as the future of tel-
evision. OLED screens are
ultrathin and can display
images with enhanced
clarity and deeper colour
But Samsung and LG
failed to make OLED tel-
evisions a mainstream
that would replace the
LCD television sets and
still struggling to mass
produce larger and
affordable televisions with
Japanese media reported
last week that Sony Corp
and Panasonic Corp
decided to end their
Demand for U-HD tel-
evisions is expected to
rise despite dearth of
content while its price
will likely come down
faster than that of the
OLED televisions. Much
of the growth is forecast
to come from China, a
major market for the
South Korean television
makers. Chinese televi-
sion makers have been
making a push into the
U-HD television market
According to NPD Dis-
playSearch, global sales
of ultra-HD television
sets will surge from 1.3
million this year to 23
million in 2017. More than
half of the shipments will
be taken by Chinese
companies between 2013
and 2017, according to
While Chinese televi-
sion makers have been
seeking to boost sales of
U-HD televisions with a
lower price and a smaller
size, Samsung s strategy
is to go bigger with a
higher price tag. Sam-
sung s 110-inch U-HD
television measures 2.6
metres by 1.8 metres. It
will be available in China,
the Middle East and
Europe. In South Korea,
the television is priced at
160 million won
(US$152,000) while prices
in other countries vary.
Samsung said it
received ten orders for the
latest televisions from the
Middle East. Previously,
the largest U-HD televi-
sion made by Samsung
was 85 inches measured
Samsung sells 110-inch
ultra-HD TV for US$150,000
Models pose with a Samsung Electronics' 110-inch UHD TV. AP PHOTO
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