Completed Permanent Singapore - Domestic

The Company

We are pleased to be working with one of the biggest and most progressive financial services companies in the world. With a headcount of almost 30,000 in SEA alone, the organisation is embarking on major global transformation and taking on huge technological advancements during an exciting period of change. This role will be based in Singapore, which is the region’s biggest market.

The Role

This is an extremely high level position reporting into the APAC Head of Talent Acquisition and working alongside the Head of TA Strategy. With a large team of mature and experienced recruiters and support staff, you will be able to make a real impact on the function, as well as get hands on in very senior complex hires as you will oversee at least 1000 new hires per year. Although this is a Country role, you will have direct collaboration with the region and have resources throughout APAC to draw from. You will support the company brand around the world and be able to leverage on the strength of the brand.  

The Individual

You will need to have an extremely strong understanding of and exposure to the Singapore market, and have dealt with a high level of complexity both internally and in individual hires. Experience in a matrixed environment is beneficial, as is Financial Services experience, in order to understand the regulatory requirements of the industry, although not compulsory. You should be able to bring a fresh perspective to the table and have the gravitas to be a credible leader who can develop and guide the team across the strategy.

Posted on 11 Oct 2018

The Chapman Consulting Group Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Talent Acquisition
Banking & Financial Services
International Coverage
Global HQ
North America
Global revenue
US$100 Billion and over
Solid report to
Head of Talent Acquisition APAC
Potential upsides
Have an impact in transforming the TA function. Potential to move into other areas of talent later on.
Potential downsides
Initial challenges during a period of growth and transformation. Complex organisation and challenging stakeholder engagement.