About this job:

Q-Sourcing Limited, trading as Q-Sourcing Servtec, is a manpower management solutions firm operating in the East African Region in the countries of Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, and South Sudan.

On behalf of our Tanzania based client, we are looking for a competent and experienced Industrial Relations Advisor.


IR Advisor delivers the following

Labour Management (LM1) Construction Management Team Training

  • Intensive Labour Management (LM1) training to understand & support IR requirements.
  • Training covers recruitment & labour management (incl demobilization), Worker grievance management, Workers Committees, Worker Feedback mechanisms (site) and develop a Labour Management (LM1) IR Performance Commitment Charter, in addition to COMPANY policies including EACOP Human Rights, Gender and Social Inclusion Policy and respect for Project Affected Communities.

Labour Management (LM2): Construction Lot, Site Manager & HRIR Team Training

  • Focused Labour Management (LM2) site-based training to raise awareness of requirements at site construction management level and build capacity of Labour Management (LM2) HRIR resources.
  • Training covers worker grievance process, Labour/working conditions investigations, Disciplinary process, Demobilization planning and delivery, Supervisory Training, Performance Management Training, and Sub-Contractor management training.
  • Intensive training to address Labour Management (LM1) worksite culture.

Labour Management (LM3): Labour, Camp Management & Workforce Welfare Approach

  • Delivering Camp Management / Camp Operations & associated training plans, aligned with
  • Delivering Worker Welfare Plan (with H3SE) Labour Management Plan (LMP).
  • Intensive training to address Labour Management (LM1) worksite culture issues.

Labour Management (LM4): Camp Management Training at MCPYs

  • Drive delivery of Camp management training (Labour Management (LM1) and Camp Operations Sub-Contractors).
  • Intensive training and capacity build on camp management implementation.

After completion of the work packages above, Labour Management (LM1) is responsible for a period of self-implementation and routine assurance by the EACOP Project. After this period, the IRA will return to the site at a timeframe agreed with EACOP to complete a follow-up performance assessment and gap analysis to provide performance improvement guidance to Labour Management (LM1) & undertake additional training and capacity building based on the outcomes of the performance assessment.

Detailed Activities

  • Drive completion of Labour Management (LM1) IR Management System (IRMS) including plans, procedures, monitoring and inspection checklists, mandatory training, training and induction material, plan, and procedure implementation (manual/guidelines to field implementation teams), IR risk assessments, and monitoring & reporting elements to EACOP requirements.
  • Prepare and deliver EACOP approved:
  • Intensive training on the Project IR (incl. camp operations) requirements to the Labour Management (LM1) management & construction leadership.
  • Training on Labour Management (LM1)’s approved IRMS plans and procedures, including implementation requirements to Labour Management (LM1) construction leadership, Lot, and Site managers & supervisors.
  • Training & capacity building for Labour Management (LM1) HRIR resources to improve implementation performance.
  • Intensive worker grievance, cultural diversity, sensitization training at the site level to establish the required workforce feedback & issues management.
  • Drive correct Labour Management (LM1) IRMS implementation at Site, Lot, and leadership level through persistent and detailed verification of planning, implementation, verification & reporting, including Labour Management (LM1)’s sub-contractor management.
  • Drive worker grievance reporting, recording, investigation, and implementation of the Labour Management (LM1) disciplinary procedure, tracking to closure implementation of corrective actions arising to embed good practice.
  • Complement and work alongside Project IR assurance activities.
  • Guide Labour Management (LM1) training of sub-contractors on IR requirements.
  • Guide Labour Management (LM1) on responses to non-conformances and observations arising from routine and non-routine monitoring efforts.
  • Drive good practice in management of registers, action trackers, and KPI monitoring to develop accurate and timely reporting to EACOP.


Position Requirement

  • Minimum 15-years IR risk and impact management and implementation experience on extractive industry externally financed projects & GIIP including IFC Performance Standard 2.
  • Extensive labour / employment law, working conditions, camp, and IR management experience.
  • Extensive experience guiding Contractor IR performance across a diverse workforce.
  • Extensive experience engaging Project and Contractor leadership.
  • Well-developed team-working skills, especially in multi-discipline and multi-cultural teams.
  • Organizational development, IR training and capacity


  • Very good capability to communicate, negotiate and interact with others.

How to apply:

All candidates who meet the criteria outlined as above are encouraged to send their CVs/Resumes to: or link below not later than 5 July 2024.

This position is open for Expats Only.

For any further clarifications call 0748 570 327.


Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.




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