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Country HRBP Lead, Tokyo (JP)

Japan
Status interviewing
Tags Compensation & Benefits Generalist HR HR Change/Transformation Talent Management
Duration

permanent

Date posted

18 11月 2022

The Company

Our client is a world-famous temperature system manufacturing and building maintenance company with nearly 60,000 employees globally.

The Role

The Country HRBP Lead will work very closely with, and report directly to the overseas HQ, taking part in a transition through recent acquisition. The Country HRBP Lead will own the BP function for Japan managing a medium to large team depending on timing and capability of the incumbent. While working hands on, the Country HRBP Lead will also need to keep an eye on building the future team and aligning global standards with Japan.  

The Individual

This individual will be a strategic business partner who is willing to be flexible in a changing environment. This is a great role for someone who wants to build a new culture within an already successful business with great exposure to an overseas HQ.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Compensation & Benefits Generalist HR HR Change/Transformation Talent Management
  • Industry
    Industrial & Manufacturing
  • International Coverage
    Domestic
  • Global HQ
    North America
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Global VP of HR
  • Potential upsides
    This is a great chance to build upon an already successful business and be part of a post-acquisition build. He or she will have the ability to create new processes, systems and hire the future HR organisation working closely with the VP of HR.
  • Potential challenges
    A fair amount of flexibility will be needed to face unexpected challenges along the way. For those who do not mind getting actively involved, it will be a great learning experience.
  • Job Reference
    AKHQ-344338/HA

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