Leadership/Supervisory role: This position oversees the business’s recruiting and sourcing mission, vision, and long-term strategy.
In this capacity, this person plays a mentorship role to key junior department personnel, supporting their consistent professional growth, and essentially preparing them for the assumption of their duties in their absence or retirement.
Collaboration: This person plays a highly collaborative role and in this position, they work closely with the senior recruiting management and human resources executives in approving and establishing the department’s strategies/tactics and procedures.
Strategy/Tactics: This person plays a leading role in the designing and implementation of business-wide recruiting processes, applicant tracking systems, management reporting, and vendor management.
Knowledge: This person ensures that all of the business’s recruiting practices comply with the applicable regulations, both internal and external.
Communication Skills: Good communication skills are a must have for this position.
Computer Skills/Ms Office: A suitable candidate for this will also demonstrate exceptional computer skills as well as proficiency in the use of Ms Word, Ms Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Technology/Analytical Skills: This person will also need to have strong technical acumen and have a data-driven approach to recruitment strategy formulation and decision-making.
Interpersonal Skills: A candidate for the position will be a strategic and creative decision maker, be self-motivated working under minimal supervision, be highly adaptive and welcoming to change, have a keen eye for detail, and be highly organized.
In the Operations Manager role, this person will be responsible for the following:
• Coordination of leading and supporting work between London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing
• Make sure database systems running well in different locations
• Supporting the Business Development and consulting team’s daily work
• Website development and maintenance
• Communicate with law firm for legal agreements
• Follow up KPI achievement of local and overseas teams
The Head (Talent Management) establishes the overall talent management strategy and framework to identify the right talent and drive organisational success.
He/She develops career development frameworks and programmes to provide fulfilling career opportunities for employees.
He/She works with senior business stakeholders to develop succession plans for business-critical roles in the organisation. He/She establishes the policies and guidelines for retirement and exit. He/She also reviews the business impact of redundancy, retirement and exit decisions.
He/She advises senior business leaders in managing and communicating sensitive talent decisions. As a department head, he/she sets the direction and goals for the team. He/She incorporates Skills Frameworks across the organisation's talent management plans.
He/She is a forward-thinking and influential leader who is able to use knowledge from various sources to make decisions and address multi-faceted issues. He/She has the desire to motivate employees and develop talent capabilities. He/She shows diplomacy when interacting with stakeholders at various levels.
• Degree preferred
• KAH/CEI certificate holder
• Good working knowledge of Vincere database system preferred
• Effective time management, communication and influencing skills