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Global Talent Acquisition Group Lead, Tokyo (JP)

Status interviewing
Tags Employee Relations Talent Acquisition


Date posted

11 4月 2022

The Company

Our client is a leading Japanese electronic manufacturing company with a strong and growing global presence, with around 8,000 staff in Japan and up to 14,000 globally. Their Japan office, based in Tokyo, is an exciting and developing environment for someone who is seeking an enticing yet challenging role.

The Role

The Global Talent Acquisition Group Lead is responsible for setting the direction, delivering and executing all recruitment strategies. The scope of this role includes talent sourcing, selection and offers, improving processes, supporting the group companies around the world and employer branding. This position will develop and execute global recruitment strategies that identify and acquire top diverse talents enabling business growth, vision, and mission. It will partner with business executives, leaders, and all areas of HR, to understand business needs, grow talent pipelines and source for key hiring requirements.  

The Individual

This role requires deep experience in Talent Acquisitions, excellent communication (written and verbal), interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with and influence all levels of the organization. As the ideal candidate, you are proactive self-starter and have solid team ethic and work effectively in a cross-functional environment.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Employee Relations Talent Acquisition
  • Industry
    Industrial & Manufacturing
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
    Asia Pacific
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Director of staffing group
  • Potential upsides
    A great opportunity to work in a growing global company with exciting developments and progression in Japan.A chance to have Autonomy in a forward minded division within HR and the opportunity to plan, design and shape the global TA function, starting in Japan. Great exposure to senior leadership populations and solid opportunity to make an impact at this level.
  • Potential challenges
    An environment where the structure is still being identified, there is work to be done to create a smoothly run Global Talent Acquisition division.
  • Job Reference

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