NPF Recruit 2 New Managers
Solomon Islands National Provident Fund SINPF has welcomed two new managers this week.
They are Manager Legal Service Stanley Hanu and Manager Human Resources Cooperate Services Manasseh Taloafiri.
General Manager of SINPF Micheal Wate commended the appointments, saying this is a clear manifestation of the trust and values the duo have displayed. “Hence they are capable to execute their duties and responsibilities in SINPF”, Wate said “Their appointment to SINPF is a major boost in the SINPF human resources contribution delivers quality services serving the SINPF members and the nation as a whole”, he added
Hanu is a lawyer with a wealth of experience. He previously served at the National Parliament and later he joined the Attorney General Chambers.
Hanu said his new job offers him the opportunity to serve in a new working environment.
“SINPF is different from working in the government”, he said. “During my years with AG chambers, the focus is more oriented with legal matters, but in SINPF I will be responsible for the legal operations, administration and management of his department”,
Taloafiri is not new to SINPF. In his previous job he served in the public service. Those years of service groomed him to become a productive asset to SINPF to deliver and manage the day to day affairs of the human resources development and its operation. He joined SINPF in 2016 because his intention was to work in the private- sector organization after he leaves Solomon Islands Government. His re-appointment after his contract ends is a clear testament of the values in him as a great asset to the SINPF board.
A lot of opportunities out there but his intention is to serve in SINPF to improving the services in his department. He express challenges exist but it is rewarding and fulfilling to work as a team to ensure the department meet its target.