Human Resources Consultant, Asia Pacific - Human Resources

  • Competitive
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong HK
  • Permanent, Full time
  • HSBC
  • 22 Jul 18 2018-07-22

Human Resources Consultant, Asia Pacific - Human Resources

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Human Resources leads the implementation of the Group's people strategy in line with business objectives. It facilitates talent management, succession planning and employee mobility while defining and overseeing frameworks that support employee performance management, reward, learning and development, resourcing and engagement.

We are currently seeking a high caliber professional to join our team as Human Resources Consultant, Asia Pacific.

Principal responsibilities

  • Reporting to the Regional Head of Human Resources, Commercial Banking and Global Private Banking, Asia Pacific, the incumbent will help Human Resources Business Partners and Center of Expertise (COEs) to explore and scope possible solutions

  • Develop solution designs that are value and benefits focused
  • Drive programme delivery proactively, balancing scope, stakeholders, interdependencies, budget, timeframes and risks
  • Determine appropriate project staffing and associated responsibilities.
  • Set high expectations concerning quality and put in place quality assurance processes.
  • Support the business partner to build frameworks to plan and manage the continuous process of change including dependencies, risk, potential scenarios ad options to mitigate.
  • Report progress, issues, dependencies and risks to the relevant governance forum and make recommendations to influence decision making in order to maintain progress towards delivery and benefits realization.
  • Ensure the smooth and timely handover of project activity in to the business as usual Human Resources team.
  • Consult with CoEs partners on the programme deliverables and required outcomes, involving the CoEs in the building of the project plan as relevant including effective and relevant deployment of COE product offering which fulfil the business needs
  • Create collaborative environment in which CoEs are included in direct conversations with the business so they are empowered to really understand the business, its strategy and priorities, and can provide value add consultancy expertise
  • Partner with the relevant CoE teams understand the advances in technology and analytics, consider how new or different ways of reporting and analysis can bring value to the business.
  • Partner with the workforce analytic team to undertake medium and long term workforce analysis perspectives, anticipating the impacts of the future of the workforce and how this may impact and benefit project planning and strategic deliverables
  • Harness the network of knowledge across the Centres of Expertise and HR Business Partners through tools, such as collaboration software, removing duplication of work and actively encouraging innovation
  • Understand and champion the HR service delivery model, using positive and helpful language with customers putting the HR and Business Customer in the centre of what we do
  • Understand and champion all HR policies and procedures and challenge and continually raise concerns as relevant where processes are not being followed and process improvement reviews are required.


Qualifications
Requirements
  • Graduate degree preferably in Human Resources or Business related discipline
  • Working experience in the Human Resources Function of a large scale financial institution or in Human Resources or People Consulting
  • Commercially savvy individual, with a strong track record of delivering results
  • Excellent interpersonal and consulting skills
  • Ability to operate independently in a complex and matrix structure
  • High degree of fluency in English language is a prerequisite
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Candidate with less relevant experience or skills may be offered a lower Global Career Band than stated above.

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