Learning & Talent Management Manager
About Our Client
Our client is a highly established conglomerate in the investments and property industry. They are looking to further bolster their operations across South East Asia and are in the midst of expansion. Right now, they are looking for a L&D Manager with exposure to talent management to join their team.
Reporting into the VP of HR based in Singapore, you will be tasked with the end to end of Learning & Talent Management activities. We can look at this position as a green-field role where they are looking for someone to build up the talent management piece from scratch. The learning capabilities of the organization are already put in place however they would require this person to also double up to take charge of the talent management initiatives and projects. Once the talent management frameworks have been set up, they would be looking to commercialize it and hence you would also be involved in the variation of the frameworks to ensure that it meets the needs of the clients.
The Successful Applicant
You should possess a minimum of 10 years of Learning & Talent Management experience with a degree in HR or its equivalence. This is a green-field position and hence, the successful applicant will be someone who is able to look at things strategically whilst being operationally hands-on. They will be looking for someone who has both high IQ and EQ as there will be plenty of improvisation and stakeholder management to be done. We would need someone who is able to hold their own and have the agility and adaptability to manage challenging situations.
What's On Offer
This portfolio is a Greenfield role and coming with it are unique but rewarding challenges that will help hone your skills further in the Talent Management space. It’s an extremely unique position given that what you create for the organization will be commercialized eventually and sold to their clients. Such a role will be ideal for candidates who are looking to build something from scratch and put their stamp on it and to also potentially move into a regional scope.