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The Company

This is a global leader in the technology sector and a leader in its field. They are known for innovation and have operations in more than 20 countries worldwide.

The Role

Based in Shanghai, the role leads Human Resources for the Asia Pacific Organisation and oversees a regional team. This individual will be a strong HR Business Partner to the local and regional business leaders. He or she will manage the full spectrum of HR across key geographies including Greater China, Singapore, and Korea. This role will play a crucial role in developing and executing human resources strategies including identifying key initiatives to enable development of a high performing organisation in existing and new geographies. He or she will build strong, credible and strategic relationships with the leadership team and be seen as a role model for the Asia HR team. This is a highly matrixed organization, hence requiring someone to be comfortable working with multiple stakeholders.  

The Individual

We are looking for a strong HR Generalist with regional experience. A well-rounded leader who can work at senior levels but also be very hands-on, is required. He or she should have experience working regionally and should be comfortable facing out internationally. Mandarin and English language fluency will be required. Candidates who do not have prior regional experience can be considered provided they have prior experience reporting out regionally or internationally and provided they are well travelled and have a strong understanding of business culture across the region.

Posted on 21 Mar 2019

At a glance

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Job function
Generalist HR
IT & Telecommunications
International Coverage
Global HQ
North America
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
Solid report to
VP, HR, International
Potential upsides
This role offers a lot of autonomy to someone who would like to run a regional HR function.
Potential downsides
A challenging role requiring the ability to deal with complex structure and multiple stakeholders and leading HR in progressive ways.