Completed Hong Kong

The Company

Our client is a highly innovative high-tech organisation with one of the most recognisable brands in the market. Well positioned as a market leader in established markets, the brand has been growing awareness and equity across Asia for the last 5-10 years and it is well placed to continue to increase revenues in high-growth markets like Japan and China. As the business ramps up and introduces new products into the market, it is looking for a talent acquisition lead for the commercial side of the business to help drive the growth through a robust recruitment strategy.

The Role

The position will be based in Hong Kong and be responsible for a broad remit from executive hiring to volume and graduate. They will also be tasked with improving systems, processes and augmenting the employer branding and social media strategy. There will be the opportunity to shape and build a small team but ultimately this person will have to deliver through influencing and the team working closely with country and regional HR.  

The Individual

We are looking for a resourceful and pragmatic TA professional who can not only think ‘big picture’, but can also roll their sleeves up to deliver a global strategy in the region. This person should have a track record in talent acquisition which may be a mix of agency, search and in-house. They should have strong regional exposure in APAC, but must also have a global perspective. Industry background should ideally involve some high growth experience, building and driving initiatives from scratch.

Unless the advertisement specifies otherwise, only HR Professionals who are legally able to work in this country can be considered.

Posted on 11 Jan 2018

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Talent Acquisition
Consumer Goods
International Coverage
Global HQ
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
Solid report to
Regional Head of HR
Potential upsides
Exciting growth role with an interesting and dynamic consumer focused organisation.
Potential downsides
Lack of established TA practices in the region. A build role.