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The Company

We are delighted to partner with a retail organization with a diverse portfolio of stylish brands. This US-headquartered organization has over 60,000 employees globally and will grow significantly in Asia Pacific. Over the last few years, it laid the foundation for further expansion and successful growth in the years to come. We are seeking a senior Organizational Effectiveness and Change lead. The role is based in Hong Kong.

The Role

Reporting to the APAC Head of Talent Development, the role will be responsible for strategizing and enhancing organizational effectiveness and change management capabilities for the Asia Pacific region. The organization will go through some changes over the next few years in relation to technology, processes, and culture. The role should support senior stakeholders and leaders in terms of communicating change and creating a new vision for the future.  

The Individual

You should be a senior HR professional with extensive experience in organizational effectiveness, change management and communications. Ideally, you should have worked in the supply chain, sourcing, consumer goods or technology organizations. Having the ability to influence and partner with senior leaders is essential. Additionally, you should be able to produce high-quality executive-level communications for a diverse management team.

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

Posted on 14 Mar 2018

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Talent Management
Retail & Luxury
International Coverage
Global HQ
North America
Global revenue
US$10-100 Billion
Solid report to
Asia Pacific Head of Talent Development
Potential upsides
It's a rare opportunity in the Organizational Effectiveness and Change space. The organization is committed to change and this role will drive upcoming changes.
Potential downsides
Ability to handle communications and senior stakeholders effectively is key in this dynamic environment.