◆Manage and oversee the technical and operational functions of Human Resources and General Affairs for the company with an emphasis on compensation & benefits, recruiting, labor relations, performance management, talent management, career development, policy administration, office management and corporate secretarial service.
◆Lead and influence cultural changes and drive HR initiatives at all levels, aligned with the corporate and reginal leadership.
◆Align each individual’s skills, professional development and career growth to the company’s future directions and corporate needs.
◆Work closely with the President and management team members, in developing corporate culture, acting as facilitator and advisor in HR issues within the organization.
◆Recruitment and selection of highly skilled professionals and general staff in order to build a strong and effective workforce in a competitive environment.
◆Support directives which enable employees to share a common vision of the company’s core values, strategic direction and business imperatives.
◆Motivate and empower staff and develop a good working relationship with employees by communicating effectively and interactively.
HR & GA Generalist
◆At least 15years of global human resources management experience in several functional areas such as change management or integration, compensation and benefits, performance appraisal, organization development, career development and recruiting.
◆Demonstrated working knowledge of best practice across HR functions (including organization development, staffing, C&B, development, workforce-planning and talent management、performance management) with a significant track record.
◆Administrated the corporate secretary services to ensure that the organization complies with relevant legislation and regulation, e.g., Japanese corporate act.
◆Gained profound and practical knowledge in Japanese labor laws and practice, baseline knowledge of Japanese corporate act and civil code.
Setting Strategy and executing for result
◆Ability to diagnose organizational efficacy issues and recommend strategies to align the organization to business performance requirements.
◆Transformational change leadership: able to define and drive an organizational change initiative.
◆A logical thinker, quick-learner and quick decision-maker with intellectual and analytic sense.
Building Relationships and Using Influence
◆Excellent communication skills in both Japanese and English, able to bridge communication with top management.
◆Warm leadership with an ability to encourage, motivate and empower employees.
◆Hands-on, proactive, outgoing and good-natured with strong interpersonal skills.
◆Self-motivated with the energy and ability to take the initiative on relevant issues.
◆Appropriate mix of maturity and discipline together with flexibility and change agent skills in order to invigorate company culture and brand.
◆Worked in both Japanese and Western global companies.
◆Experience working in multinational and matrix organizations; bilingual, bicultural and able to effectively communicate with global counterparts.
◆Experience gained in a multinational organization is essential, preferably in the tangible product industry, such as manufacturing, advanced technology, and/or consumer products related fields. However, experience in other consumer based service industries such as airlines, automobile, professional services, electronic retailing organizations or firms may also be considered.
◆Equally important are the skills to establish credibility and build networks, both formal and informal within the company and management team.
◆Bachelor’s degree or higher in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or any related field.