Mustapha Jobe joined MRCG as the Head of Human Resources

Mustapha Jobe joined MRCG as the Head of Human Resources (HR), in April 2016. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and holds a Masters Degree in Human Resources Management and a Business Studies Degree. He is also a certified workplace mediator and career coach. His interest in career coaching stemmed from his many years of involvement in recruitment and selection in the UK during which he noticed how well-educated Africans struggled to break into the professional employment market.

Mustapha Jobe,Head of Human Resources

Mustapha Jobe, Head of Human Resources

Prior to joining The Unit, Mustapha worked briefly for the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC). He has a keen interest in talent management and the development of processes and strategies that enhance staff development and improve standards across the workplace.Mustapha would like to see more young professionals choosing HR as a career pathway, as it offers a broad range of opportunities.

He is also a certified workplace mediator and career coach. His interest in career coaching stemmed from his many years of involvement in recruitment and selection in the UK during which he noticed how well-educated Africans struggled to break into the professional employment market. Mustapha has completed a number of private HR projects for various organisations both locally and internationally.

With his vast HR experience built up over many years whilst living and working in the UK, Mustapha describes MRCG as a great place to work. Mustapha is currently working on a HR action plan to improve the way in which The Unit attracts, recruits, retains, supports, engages, rewards and recognises staff. He is keen on elevating The Unit’s status globally as an employer of choice.

Mustapha is an advocate of corporate social responsibility. Over many years, he has encouraged organisations to allow staff paid time off from work to engage in voluntary activities. He also advocates for organisations to support internships, thus giving young people the work experience they need to prepare them for the ever-changing demands of the workforce.