Objectives and Scope of Position :
Strategic business partner to Division Heads and division management team
Consult, advise, coach, and partner with the business on people and organizational needs
Ensure alignment with agreed group, functional and regional initiatives as well as business strategy and ensure successful local execution
Drive organizational effectiveness including change management for assigned client groups
Influence the overall people strategy
Develop and drive local HR initiatives that meet key business needs (aligned with global requirements)
Key Deliverables :
Deliver business and people objectives
Develop and implement the people strategy / agenda for the business
Successfully execute global and local HR processes and decisions and ensure meaningful communications
Effectively live the HR collaboration model
Primary Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Act as key HR point of contact, sparring partner and sounding board for client management team. Level of participation in client management team varies according to needs and priority
Identify, define and implement solutions that address the needs of the business whilst taking into account the broader implications (e.
g. Group HR strategy, other functions).
Contribute to the business strategy. Drive the People Agenda by applying broad HR skills in the areas of organization design and development, change management, workforce planning, coaching / consultation, program / project management, facilitation and communication.
Plan and implement people / organization solutions aligned to the business & Group HR strategy and goals (i.e., actively sponsoring and leading goals at management team level).
Subject expertise to ensure excellent alignment and execution of established human resources policies, procedures and Group, divisional and global functional HR initiatives.
Act as trusted advisor to managers and employees.
Identify talent issues before they affect the business. Act as a talent scout for internal talent for local key positions and help develop the next generation of leaders through talent management and career development.
Contribute to assessment / selection for leaders and other critical positions.
Ensure compliance of all HR practices within area of responsibility and with legislative and regulatory requirements, standards and other known relevant policies and guidelines.
Ad-hoc HR projects & initiatives
Bachelor degree or above
Should possess a full range of functional HR skills Workforce Planning, Recruitment, Performance Management, Compensation, Organizational Development, Talent Management, Succession Planning, and Change Management
Experience working in a matrix and multi-cultural environment
Ideally, has worked in one expert function within HR
Fluency in written / spoken English and local country language (unless specified differently)
Local labor laws & regulations
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