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Hart aspires to deliver service of the highest quality to our clients and are always interested in hearing from outstanding personnel. We look forward to hearing from you.

Join Hart’s professional, dynamic teams today. What is our strongest asset? It’s our talented people who make Hart great. As one of the leading risk management companies, a career with Hart will take you to interesting locations around the world working on unique projects for a variety of clients.

Hart’s recruitment and selection process incorporates everything one would expect of a tier one security service provider. This includes the principles of equal opportunity employment and diversity to ensure selection best on merit. The process is aligned to the standards and principles as stated in the Montreaux Document, International Code of Conduct (Selection and Vetting of Personnel, paragraph 45-49) and PSC1.

Job Vacancies

Here are the current opportunities
that we have available at Hart.

Positions at Hart can vary from office to field-based work, short-term to permanent contracts within our global offices. If you would like to be considered for a position within Hart please complete our online forms. Applicants will be added to our database. Please be aware that field-based jobs often arise at relatively short notice. Please make sure you provide an email address as we find this the most effective method of communication.

All qualifications will need to be verified, so please do not include any qualification that cannot be supported by relevant paperwork.

Please be aware that you will be required to have the following:

a)   Employment history and reference checks
b)   Qualifications and SIA Check
c)   Disclosure Statement/Police Check/Security Clearance
d)   Military Discharge certificates where applicable
e)   Human Rights violation review
f)   Pre-mobilisation medical
g)   Pre-employment Psychological/Psychometric Check
h)   For all positions of trust, the Company includes a Financial Check

Bid Specialist

Ref: Bid Specialist

Hart is currently seeking a Bid Specialist in Dubai, UAE. This is an exciting opportunity to work for a well-established security company with impressive military experience.

The Bid Specialist is responsible for the compilation of all bids from Expression of Interest through to delivery to the client. This role involves researching, preparing, writing, managing and submitting all necessary information required for Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Requests for Quotes (RFQs), Requests for Information (RFIs), all other tenders; Pre-qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) Expressions of Interest (EoIs) and responding to post tender clarifications issued by clients. Other responsibilities include ensuring Huddle and Salesforce are up to date with all relevant bid information. To ensure resilience within the bid management team, the Bid Specialist is also required to assist with other administrative duties as required, including covering for other team members during absence.

Experience and knowledge:

  1. 3 – 5 years of experience required in a similar proposal development position.
  2. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with all levels of personnel at Hart in order to ensure accurate information provided in all proposals.
  3. Requires the ability to oversee the work of others, as well as managing expectations and project deadlines.
  4. Must be able to multi-task, grasp complex concepts, collaborate with subject matter experts and ultimately present solutions effectively in written and visual format.
  5. Preferable to have experience in business development or project management.
  6. Technical writing experience an advantage.
  7. Knowledge of the security industry an advantage.
  8. Salesforce experience an advantage.

Please apply via recruitment@hartinternational.com noting position and reference. CV’s should be no more than three pages. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Human Resources Manager – Afghanistan Specialist

Ref: Human Resources Manager – Afghanistan Specialist

 

Opening Date: 12 October 2018

Closing Date: 10 November 2018

Salary: GBP 35,700 per annum

Reports to: Operations Director

Region: London, UK, Afghanistan, Pakistan

Affiliate/Department/Location: Operations, HR, Recruitment

 

Number of reports: 1

Geographic scope: UK/Afghanistan

 

1. Job Purpose

The Human Resources Manager will act as a bridge between the Group Operations and Recruitment team and the local Afghan operations to ensure that Hart is meeting its contractual obligations and achieving customer satisfaction.

2. Key Accountabilities

2.1 Recruitment

  1. Ensure client requirements are relayed to the field in a timely fashion.
  2. Support the local teams in Afghanistan and Pakistan with outreach campaigns to access the best candidates.
  3. Manage the Recruitment budget and allocate resources accordingly for advertising, campaigns and third-party suppliers in local operations.
  4. Take full accountability for the end-to-end recruitment of consultants for our projects in Afghanistan.
  5. Recruitment of internal staff and development of Terms of Reference to meet the business needs for the Afghanistan team.
  6. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with the Afghanistan office to ensure business growth in the country and also liaise with HQ in UK.
  7. Manage the Talent Acquisition team in Afghanistan to ensure effective prioritization of project needs.
  8. Provide training and feedback to the Recruitment team in Afghanistan on candidate sourcing through local channels such as print media, radio etc; interview techniques, short-listing and selection, and continuous improvement in the recruitment process.
  9. Provide support and assistance on Bids and Proposals to the Business Development Team in Afghanistan (eg project-relevant CVs from Afghanistan or Pakistan roster of professionals)

2.2 Human Resources

  1. Become familiar and advise HQ in UK on local operations in Afghanistan.
  2. Consult with the Afghan Labour/Public Service Office to ensure recruitment and conditions of employment for existing and new recruitments (including all benefits) are in line with Afghan Labour law.
  3. Review current HR systems and provide suggestions to HQ in UK to enhance and provide efficiency to the smoothen the HR process in Afghanistan.
  4. Assist in the entire process of the hiring, probation, evaluation, promotion and termination of staff in the Afghanistan office.
  5. Review current and establish salary scales for new recruitment requests in Afghanistan.
  6. Train local HR & Recruitment staff in Afghanistan.
  7. Coordinate with Afghanistan & HQ to develop systems and procedures and prepare tools for use such as manuals, guidelines and procedures, all record keeping of staff such as attendance, leave, trainings, performance reviews, promotions, terminations etc.
  8. Implement the detailed capacity management and training strategy and action plan, including performance indicators, prepared for the Afghanistan office.
  9. Support and implement administrative policies and procedures, such as: review Per Diem policy, traveling in Afghanistan, prepare and update HR manual to ensure compliance with the Afghan labour law.
  10. Assist in staff contracts modifications and establish contract tracking system.
  11. Ensure that all new staff receive full induction into the organisation.
  12. Provide guidance and direction to staff on compensation and benefits.
  13. Maintain leave tracking system (sick/annual/home/holiday).
  14. Bring potential personnel problems and achievements to the attention of relevant management.
  15. Maintain historical human resource records using a filing and retrieval system.
  16. Communicate areas of change in both policy and procedure to all staff.
  17. Identify training needs and develop internal and external training opportunities for staff.

2.3 Operations

  1. Manage the Call Off Order process with clients for new deployments, costing and expenses.
  2. Provide assistance with ensuring compliance with local labor law including liaison with Third Parties such as local accountants and legal counsel in order to renew and maintain local operating licenses in a timely manner.
  3. Ensure an understanding of Duty of Care, evacuation and medevac plans.
  4. Management of the safety of our staff in Afghanistan with the support of the Account Director and Regional Field and Operations Manager where required.
  5. Management of third-party security, accommodation, and other local service providers and fixers.
  6. Understand the contracted terms of all accommodation, security, logistics support, etc. with the assistance of the HR Director and Regional Field and Operations Manager where required.
  7. Management of crisis situation in accordance with the Crisis Management SOP.

2.4 Insurances

  1. Maintain a detailed network of medical providers in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
  2. Handle insurance claims together with support from the local operations team in Kabul.
  3. Liaise with the insurers for claims.
  4. Handle major claims and crisis managements such as an international medevac.

3. Key Competencies:

4. Educational Experience

  1. Bachelor of Business Administration or Human Resources
  2. Accounting or basic finance courses are preferable

The roles and responsibilities may change from time to time. The position description will be reviewed on an annual basis on agreement between the Line Manager and Employee.

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