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The Company

Our client is the world’s leading premium education organisation. They have a family of 46 international schools, boarding schools and private schools located in 17 countries around the world. They educate more than 39,000 students between the age of 2 and 18 years old. The organisation is growing rapidly through acquisition and organic growth. China is their focal region of growth and so there is a need for a China Recruitment Head to be based in Shanghai.

The Role

This newly-created position will be building up from scratch the recruitment systems and processes and to build a TA team for China. Reporting to the HRD, China, you will be responsible to look after all hires throughout many cities in China – from the designing and implementing of hiring strategies, to being hands-on in the end-to-end recruitment process. You also have to lead recruitment projects and be an ambassador for the organisation in events and external activities. This position is a critical and high profile role, given the rapid growth and expansion in China.  

The Individual

We are looking for an experienced TA professional who has substantial experience in TA leadership roles within a multinational environment. You must have impact, gravitas to drive TA projects and operate effectively with senior stakeholders. The position requires fluency in both Mandarin and English, and also good understanding of local Chinese culture and the education system.

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

Posted on 10 Jan 2018

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

Job ref
ALHT-852681/OP
Job function
Talent Acquisition
Industry
Professional Services & Consulting
International Coverage
Domestic
Global HQ
Asia Pacific
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
Solid report to
HRD, China
Potential upsides
Fascinating role to work on a fast growing industry and to build the TA function from scratch.
Potential downsides
A role that requires someone to be both strategic and hands-on.