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    • permanent
    • S$7,500 - S$9,500 per year
    • full-time
    about the company. We are partnered with a well-established investment bank that is renowned globally as a major player within the fund management and investment sector. The firm is currently looking for a dynamic and seasoned HR Business Partner (Vice-President) to provide key HR solutions as a trusted partner, and drive the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities for the business units assigned. about the jobAs a HR Business Partner (VP), you will be responsible for liaising closely with the business to manage the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities while delivering professional HR advice to achieve the needs and objectives of the organisation.Responsible for driving business partnering initiatives to improve performance and talent development within the organisationLiaise closely with the group HR and business leaders to review, develop and implement competitive HR policies, programmes and processesManage the end-to-end execution of employee lifecycle activities, such as recruitment, compensation and benefits, employee relations, training as well as payroll administrationskills and experience requiredTo qualify for this position, you should possess at least a degree with a minimum of 7 years of relevant HR Business Partnering and/or HR Generalist experience. Applicants with a strong background in driving HR functions within the Banking and Financial sector would be highly regarded. A proven track record of leading both strategic as well as operational HR activities would place your profile above the rest!In return, you would be given the opportunity to work closely with a major investment bank that offers great career growth opportunities.to applyIf you are an experienced HR professional with a keen interest in developing your career further within the Banking industry, click 'apply' now or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    about the company. We are partnered with a well-established investment bank that is renowned globally as a major player within the fund management and investment sector. The firm is currently looking for a dynamic and seasoned HR Business Partner (Vice-President) to provide key HR solutions as a trusted partner, and drive the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities for the business units assigned. about the jobAs a HR Business Partner (VP), you will be responsible for liaising closely with the business to manage the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities while delivering professional HR advice to achieve the needs and objectives of the organisation.Responsible for driving business partnering initiatives to improve performance and talent development within the organisationLiaise closely with the group HR and business leaders to review, develop and implement competitive HR policies, programmes and processesManage the end-to-end execution of employee lifecycle activities, such as recruitment, compensation and benefits, employee relations, training as well as payroll administrationskills and experience requiredTo qualify for this position, you should possess at least a degree with a minimum of 7 years of relevant HR Business Partnering and/or HR Generalist experience. Applicants with a strong background in driving HR functions within the Banking and Financial sector would be highly regarded. A proven track record of leading both strategic as well as operational HR activities would place your profile above the rest!In return, you would be given the opportunity to work closely with a major investment bank that offers great career growth opportunities.to applyIf you are an experienced HR professional with a keen interest in developing your career further within the Banking industry, click 'apply' now or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    • permanent
    • S$3,500 - S$4,500, per month, bonus & benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyOur client is a Leading Consumer brand that is looking for a HR Executive to oversee the full spectrum of HR activities including recruitment, payroll, work pass processes, HR administration, onboarding and offboarding and addressing employees’ queries,. about the jobAs the HR Executive, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationSupport monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionResponsible for onboarding of new hires and exit of resigned employeesTrack and record leave entitlement of workers for the submission of Foreigner Worker Levy waiverPreparation of employment contracts, invoice processing, e-filing of essential messages and approvals, and data input into the systemResponsible for administrative matters such as annual performance review for employees, employee data management, work pass application/renewal/cancellation and swab test registrations.Assist and coordinate training programs between staff and training providersEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policies skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience. Having experience with (regional) payroll will be an added advantage.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyOur client is a Leading Consumer brand that is looking for a HR Executive to oversee the full spectrum of HR activities including recruitment, payroll, work pass processes, HR administration, onboarding and offboarding and addressing employees’ queries,. about the jobAs the HR Executive, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationSupport monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionResponsible for onboarding of new hires and exit of resigned employeesTrack and record leave entitlement of workers for the submission of Foreigner Worker Levy waiverPreparation of employment contracts, invoice processing, e-filing of essential messages and approvals, and data input into the systemResponsible for administrative matters such as annual performance review for employees, employee data management, work pass application/renewal/cancellation and swab test registrations.Assist and coordinate training programs between staff and training providersEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policies skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience. Having experience with (regional) payroll will be an added advantage.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$3,500 - S$4,500, per month, bonus & benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a leading Engineering MNC that is looking for an HR Officer to join their team and support the HR & Admin functions which include recruitment, HR data management, employees relations and payroll administration. . about the jobAs the HR Officer, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR & Admin functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationReview monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policiesTaking care of employee welfare and handling employee grievances, counselling and disciplinary casesAssist on administrative matters such as renewing company licences, insurance matters, PDPA matters, customer audits, fire and safety committee, etc.Responsible for employment administration and reporting matters (including leave records, government claims)Handle all inbound and outbound travel arrangements for Singapore office as well as internal/external stakeholders skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience. Fluent in English, and being able to speak and write in Mandarin is preferred to liaise with Chinese speaking clients. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a leading Engineering MNC that is looking for an HR Officer to join their team and support the HR & Admin functions which include recruitment, HR data management, employees relations and payroll administration. . about the jobAs the HR Officer, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR & Admin functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationReview monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policiesTaking care of employee welfare and handling employee grievances, counselling and disciplinary casesAssist on administrative matters such as renewing company licences, insurance matters, PDPA matters, customer audits, fire and safety committee, etc.Responsible for employment administration and reporting matters (including leave records, government claims)Handle all inbound and outbound travel arrangements for Singapore office as well as internal/external stakeholders skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience. Fluent in English, and being able to speak and write in Mandarin is preferred to liaise with Chinese speaking clients. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$5,000 - S$6,000, per month, bonus & benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering MNC that is looking for an experienced Assistant HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals. . about the jobAs an Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for managing and supporting all-round Human Resources activities and development across SEA.Overseeing of manpower planning, staff transfers and to assess staffing needs of various departmentsFormulate effective hiring strategies and staffing plans to support strategic business plansEstablish and maintain an effective performance management system to evaluate the performance of employees and contribution in an objective and fair manner.Perform timely and accurate hands-on verification of monthly payroll (including CPF) cycles and yearly income tax reporting submissionTo develop and manage an effective staff training and development function.Ensure compliance to Employment Act legislation changes and update policies, and reporting requirements by various government authorities.To lead and support ad-hoc projects, restructuring, redundancy programmes, tender writing and employee transfers. skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 5 years relevant work experience. Fluent in English, and being able to speak and write in Mandarin is essential to liaise with Chinese speaking clients.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively at a regional level. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering MNC that is looking for an experienced Assistant HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals. . about the jobAs an Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for managing and supporting all-round Human Resources activities and development across SEA.Overseeing of manpower planning, staff transfers and to assess staffing needs of various departmentsFormulate effective hiring strategies and staffing plans to support strategic business plansEstablish and maintain an effective performance management system to evaluate the performance of employees and contribution in an objective and fair manner.Perform timely and accurate hands-on verification of monthly payroll (including CPF) cycles and yearly income tax reporting submissionTo develop and manage an effective staff training and development function.Ensure compliance to Employment Act legislation changes and update policies, and reporting requirements by various government authorities.To lead and support ad-hoc projects, restructuring, redundancy programmes, tender writing and employee transfers. skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and a minimum of 5 years relevant work experience. Fluent in English, and being able to speak and write in Mandarin is essential to liaise with Chinese speaking clients.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively at a regional level. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$4,500 - S$5,500, per month, completion bonus
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a professional services company headquartered in Singapore. If you are looking to grow together with a stable company with meaningful vision and diverse culture, this is the role for you. about the jobReporting to the Head of HR, you will be part of a HR team of 4 to manage HR activities. Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Employee life cycle: Onboarding to offboarding processes such as benefits enrolment, maintaining of employee data in HRIS system, preparing of HR letters, training and development activitiesRecruitment activities: Posting of job advertisements, interview schedulingPayroll: Support in monthly payroll processingEmployee engagement: Manage HR queries, support in planning and execution of HR activities and eventsAd-hoc HR projects or duties as assigned skills and experience requiredRelevant degree/ education in Human Resources or BusinessIdeally a minimum 3 years of experience in HR activities stated aboveStrong communication and interpersonal skills, able to work independently with internal and external stakeholders, meticulousProficient in Microsoft Office (excel, word, ppt) other informationImmediately available candidates or short notice preferred due to urgency of the roleLocation: Central Business District (CBD) Singapore1 year contract convertable to permanent headcount depending on performanceHeadcount: ~150 To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    about the company. Our client is a professional services company headquartered in Singapore. If you are looking to grow together with a stable company with meaningful vision and diverse culture, this is the role for you. about the jobReporting to the Head of HR, you will be part of a HR team of 4 to manage HR activities. Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Employee life cycle: Onboarding to offboarding processes such as benefits enrolment, maintaining of employee data in HRIS system, preparing of HR letters, training and development activitiesRecruitment activities: Posting of job advertisements, interview schedulingPayroll: Support in monthly payroll processingEmployee engagement: Manage HR queries, support in planning and execution of HR activities and eventsAd-hoc HR projects or duties as assigned skills and experience requiredRelevant degree/ education in Human Resources or BusinessIdeally a minimum 3 years of experience in HR activities stated aboveStrong communication and interpersonal skills, able to work independently with internal and external stakeholders, meticulousProficient in Microsoft Office (excel, word, ppt) other informationImmediately available candidates or short notice preferred due to urgency of the roleLocation: Central Business District (CBD) Singapore1 year contract convertable to permanent headcount depending on performanceHeadcount: ~150 To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$7,000, per month, bonus & benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a well established Engineering MNC that is looking for an Assistant HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals. . about the jobAs an Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and monitoring the HR department to ensure smooth running of day-to-day functions within the department.Perform timely and accurate hands-on verification of monthly payroll (including CPF) cycles and yearly income tax reporting submissionOverseeing of manpower planning, staff transfers and to assess staffing needs of various departmentsEnsure compliance to Employment Act legislation changes and update policies, and reporting requirements by various government authorities.To assist in employee relations by offering advice and assistance to employees in HR-related concerns, employee counselling, and grievance management.To lead and support ad-hoc projects, restructuring, redundancy programmes, tender writing and employee transfers. skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 7 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a well established Engineering MNC that is looking for an Assistant HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals. . about the jobAs an Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and monitoring the HR department to ensure smooth running of day-to-day functions within the department.Perform timely and accurate hands-on verification of monthly payroll (including CPF) cycles and yearly income tax reporting submissionOverseeing of manpower planning, staff transfers and to assess staffing needs of various departmentsEnsure compliance to Employment Act legislation changes and update policies, and reporting requirements by various government authorities.To assist in employee relations by offering advice and assistance to employees in HR-related concerns, employee counselling, and grievance management.To lead and support ad-hoc projects, restructuring, redundancy programmes, tender writing and employee transfers. skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 7 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$7,000 - S$8,000, per year, bonus & benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering SME that is looking for an experienced HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals across SEA.. about the manager/teamReporting to the CEO, you will lead the HR department and develop ,and implement HR strategy and programs in accordance with business priorities and goals.about the jobAs a HR Manager, you will be responsible for the overall group strategic and operational planning, implementation, managing and running of all human resource activities of a Company.Provide HRBP insights to assist in the development of HR policies, processes, or activities that are aligned with business objectives.Conducts compensation and benefits surveys and research, and proposes competitive compensation to create a fair compensation structure.Maintain and build on knowledge of trends, best practices, policy changes, and new technologies in human resourcesAssist managers in establishing highly efficient and cohesive teams by guiding them through all aspects of people management.To collaborate with senior leadership to understand the organization’s goals and strategy related to employee engagementCoach and advise managers to ensure the team performs more efficiently.Implement talent management, succession planning and recruitment/retention strategies to build a high-performance culture skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 10 years of generalist experience, and possess 5 years of managerial experience with a collaborative approach to working at a global level. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering SME that is looking for an experienced HR manager to join their team, and take a proactive and collaborative approach in key human resource functions to deliver and achieve business goals across SEA.. about the manager/teamReporting to the CEO, you will lead the HR department and develop ,and implement HR strategy and programs in accordance with business priorities and goals.about the jobAs a HR Manager, you will be responsible for the overall group strategic and operational planning, implementation, managing and running of all human resource activities of a Company.Provide HRBP insights to assist in the development of HR policies, processes, or activities that are aligned with business objectives.Conducts compensation and benefits surveys and research, and proposes competitive compensation to create a fair compensation structure.Maintain and build on knowledge of trends, best practices, policy changes, and new technologies in human resourcesAssist managers in establishing highly efficient and cohesive teams by guiding them through all aspects of people management.To collaborate with senior leadership to understand the organization’s goals and strategy related to employee engagementCoach and advise managers to ensure the team performs more efficiently.Implement talent management, succession planning and recruitment/retention strategies to build a high-performance culture skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 10 years of generalist experience, and possess 5 years of managerial experience with a collaborative approach to working at a global level. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$2,500 - S$3,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the companyOur client is a leading Manufacturing MNC looking for a HR Administrator (4 months contract) to join their dynamic HR team. about the jobReporting to the HR Manager, your job scope includes managing the day to day HR operational activities such as supporting: - HR Operations/ Employee life-cycle: Onboarding to Offboarding, work pass management, employee enrolment and paperwork, managing employee data etc- Recruitment: posting of job advertisements, interview coordination with stakeholders- Employee relations and advisory: Monitoring of contract status, handling employee queries- HR Project: Provide feedback to improve HR processes and capabilities, support HR events- C&B: Support on claims skills and experience requiredRelevant education in HR/ BusinessExperience managing the above job scope will be idealWorking experience in Manufacturing related industry will be advantageous but not a prerequisiteKnowledge of MOM Employment ActStrong communication and time management skills other information4 months contractLocation: North-East SingaporeFresh graduates or internship will be considered To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    about the companyOur client is a leading Manufacturing MNC looking for a HR Administrator (4 months contract) to join their dynamic HR team. about the jobReporting to the HR Manager, your job scope includes managing the day to day HR operational activities such as supporting: - HR Operations/ Employee life-cycle: Onboarding to Offboarding, work pass management, employee enrolment and paperwork, managing employee data etc- Recruitment: posting of job advertisements, interview coordination with stakeholders- Employee relations and advisory: Monitoring of contract status, handling employee queries- HR Project: Provide feedback to improve HR processes and capabilities, support HR events- C&B: Support on claims skills and experience requiredRelevant education in HR/ BusinessExperience managing the above job scope will be idealWorking experience in Manufacturing related industry will be advantageous but not a prerequisiteKnowledge of MOM Employment ActStrong communication and time management skills other information4 months contractLocation: North-East SingaporeFresh graduates or internship will be considered To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$8,000, per month, + Bonus & Benefits
    • full-time
    about the company. Want to be part of an established Tech MNC and have an opportunity for growth? My client is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Manager to drive new initiatives on how the organisation engages and leads its peopleabout the jobAs the HR Manager, you will be involved in early-stage setup of new processes like research & development, compensation & benefit management, talent attraction, talent management, Payroll, and everything else associated with the support & build of our new teams.To oversee and direct the organizations HR function in accordance with the company business goals and needsResponsible for managing the full spectrum of HR operation and services including Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, Diversity & Inclusion, Learning & Development, Performance Management and Employee Relations.Formulate and implement HR policies and programs that support the company & goal while also adhering to company guidelines and local regulatory requirements.Analyze business data to identify trends and recommend solutions to improve employee satisfaction and retention - talent development, employee engagement and developing a strong leadership teamEnsure that HR strategies and plans are communicated and collaborated effectively within the organization. Improve corporate value and culture transformation to ensure that the vision and mission statements are successfully conveyed at all levels of the organizationImplement HR strategies, procedures, policies, and workforce planning in collaboration with respective department headsPartner closely with internal stakeholders and external vendors to align programs with business needsCollaborate extensively with regional, global HR leadership and other functional leads to drive progressive change improving people experiences.about the manager/teamA single contributor positionskills and experience requiredTo qualify, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree or equivalent qualification. At least 6years’ experience in all aspects of the HR function, ideally in a high growth environment.To be fluent in written and spoken English. The ideal candidate should possess hands-on experience in setting-up HR infrastructure and in Learning & Development programs. Good knowledge and understanding of local employment laws is advantageous.Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    about the company. Want to be part of an established Tech MNC and have an opportunity for growth? My client is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Manager to drive new initiatives on how the organisation engages and leads its peopleabout the jobAs the HR Manager, you will be involved in early-stage setup of new processes like research & development, compensation & benefit management, talent attraction, talent management, Payroll, and everything else associated with the support & build of our new teams.To oversee and direct the organizations HR function in accordance with the company business goals and needsResponsible for managing the full spectrum of HR operation and services including Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, Diversity & Inclusion, Learning & Development, Performance Management and Employee Relations.Formulate and implement HR policies and programs that support the company & goal while also adhering to company guidelines and local regulatory requirements.Analyze business data to identify trends and recommend solutions to improve employee satisfaction and retention - talent development, employee engagement and developing a strong leadership teamEnsure that HR strategies and plans are communicated and collaborated effectively within the organization. Improve corporate value and culture transformation to ensure that the vision and mission statements are successfully conveyed at all levels of the organizationImplement HR strategies, procedures, policies, and workforce planning in collaboration with respective department headsPartner closely with internal stakeholders and external vendors to align programs with business needsCollaborate extensively with regional, global HR leadership and other functional leads to drive progressive change improving people experiences.about the manager/teamA single contributor positionskills and experience requiredTo qualify, you should possess at least a Bachelor Degree or equivalent qualification. At least 6years’ experience in all aspects of the HR function, ideally in a high growth environment.To be fluent in written and spoken English. The ideal candidate should possess hands-on experience in setting-up HR infrastructure and in Learning & Development programs. Good knowledge and understanding of local employment laws is advantageous.Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    • permanent
    • S$3,500 - S$5,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. My client is an international law firm with over 60 years of experience globally. To maintain their success, my client is seeking a passionate HR generalist to join the people's team. about the jobAs a HR generalist, you will be supporting end-to-end employee life cycle matters, HR operations and HR strategies to support of business plans and directions.Assist with employees HR requests and queries Partner with employees on HR policies, procedures and standards Handle application of work passes and maintain up-to-date information of employee database Support annual performance management review Work with wider HR team on market trends and best practices to optimise HR solutions Monitor and evaluate training programs Assist on projects, as required skills and experience requiredYou should come with at least 3 years of HR experience, preferably in a professional services set up. Having in depth knowledge of local employment law is a must. The ideal candidate should come with strong verbal and written skills, ability to work with stakeholders of various seniority confidently. Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    about the company. My client is an international law firm with over 60 years of experience globally. To maintain their success, my client is seeking a passionate HR generalist to join the people's team. about the jobAs a HR generalist, you will be supporting end-to-end employee life cycle matters, HR operations and HR strategies to support of business plans and directions.Assist with employees HR requests and queries Partner with employees on HR policies, procedures and standards Handle application of work passes and maintain up-to-date information of employee database Support annual performance management review Work with wider HR team on market trends and best practices to optimise HR solutions Monitor and evaluate training programs Assist on projects, as required skills and experience requiredYou should come with at least 3 years of HR experience, preferably in a professional services set up. Having in depth knowledge of local employment law is a must. The ideal candidate should come with strong verbal and written skills, ability to work with stakeholders of various seniority confidently. Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    • permanent
    • S$8,000 - S$9,500 per year
    • full-time
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a well-established insurance brokerage firm that is recognised household name. The firm is looking for a strategic HR manager to drive the organisation and HR function to the next level. If you are a resourceful and experienced HR professional keen on undertaking the next exciting challenge within the financial industry, click 'apply' now! about the jobAs a HR Manager, you would be responsible for providing professional advice and strategic guidance to drive the organisation towards achieving its business objectives and needs. You would also be managing 3 direct reports.Review, develop and implement strategic and operational process enhancements based on business needs, objectives and industry trendsSpearhead organisational transformation projectsMentor a team of 3 direct reports within the HR function and lead the development of the HR benchOther ad-hoc duties, including office managementskills and experience requiredYou should possess a degree with at least 8 years of experience in providing key HR advice and guidance to the business. Applicants should also ideally possess a strong managerial track record, preferably leading a team of a similar size or bigger. Proven capabilities in directing organisational transformation projects such as digitalisation and/or merger and acqusition would be highly regarded, and set your profile apart from the rest! Strong communication and stakeholder management skill sets are essential, in addition to high drive and initiative.to applyIf the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the transformation of both the organisation as well as HR function appeals significantly to you, please click 'apply' below. Alternatively, please feel free to reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a well-established insurance brokerage firm that is recognised household name. The firm is looking for a strategic HR manager to drive the organisation and HR function to the next level. If you are a resourceful and experienced HR professional keen on undertaking the next exciting challenge within the financial industry, click 'apply' now! about the jobAs a HR Manager, you would be responsible for providing professional advice and strategic guidance to drive the organisation towards achieving its business objectives and needs. You would also be managing 3 direct reports.Review, develop and implement strategic and operational process enhancements based on business needs, objectives and industry trendsSpearhead organisational transformation projectsMentor a team of 3 direct reports within the HR function and lead the development of the HR benchOther ad-hoc duties, including office managementskills and experience requiredYou should possess a degree with at least 8 years of experience in providing key HR advice and guidance to the business. Applicants should also ideally possess a strong managerial track record, preferably leading a team of a similar size or bigger. Proven capabilities in directing organisational transformation projects such as digitalisation and/or merger and acqusition would be highly regarded, and set your profile apart from the rest! Strong communication and stakeholder management skill sets are essential, in addition to high drive and initiative.to applyIf the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the transformation of both the organisation as well as HR function appeals significantly to you, please click 'apply' below. Alternatively, please feel free to reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    • permanent
    • S$8,000 - S$9,000 per year
    • full-time
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a key multi-national bank that is well-recognised globally for its international financial network. My client is looking for a process-driven Talent Acquisition Partner to join the firm at an Assistant Vice-President position to establish leading process enhancements and manage the full spectrum of recruitment activities in Singapore. This role provides great recognition and career advancement opportunities for experienced Talent Acquisition professionals that display high initiative and enjoy establishing cutting-edge processes to improve the overall recruitment experience. about the jobAs a Talent Acquisition Partner (Assistant Vice-President), you would be working closely with the team to devise and implement talent acquisition processes and strategies to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness in hiring.Drive end-to-end recruitment processes, including onboarding and work pass applicationsLiaise closely with other HR functions to review and improve the recruitment experience and speedManage a team and delegate tasks according to business needs and objectivesskills and experience requiredYou should possess a degree with at least 6 years of direct experience within the Talent Acquisition function to qualify for this position. Applicants with a proven track record of proactively reviewing and implementing recruitment as well as onboarding processes enhancements would be highly regarded. Managerial capabilities would be ideal but not necessary for this role.to applyIf this position fits both your experience and career ambitions, please click 'apply' below. Alternatively, please feel free to reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a key multi-national bank that is well-recognised globally for its international financial network. My client is looking for a process-driven Talent Acquisition Partner to join the firm at an Assistant Vice-President position to establish leading process enhancements and manage the full spectrum of recruitment activities in Singapore. This role provides great recognition and career advancement opportunities for experienced Talent Acquisition professionals that display high initiative and enjoy establishing cutting-edge processes to improve the overall recruitment experience. about the jobAs a Talent Acquisition Partner (Assistant Vice-President), you would be working closely with the team to devise and implement talent acquisition processes and strategies to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness in hiring.Drive end-to-end recruitment processes, including onboarding and work pass applicationsLiaise closely with other HR functions to review and improve the recruitment experience and speedManage a team and delegate tasks according to business needs and objectivesskills and experience requiredYou should possess a degree with at least 6 years of direct experience within the Talent Acquisition function to qualify for this position. Applicants with a proven track record of proactively reviewing and implementing recruitment as well as onboarding processes enhancements would be highly regarded. Managerial capabilities would be ideal but not necessary for this role.to applyIf this position fits both your experience and career ambitions, please click 'apply' below. Alternatively, please feel free to reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    • permanent
    • S$4,000 - S$4,300 per year
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a well-established commodities trading firm that specialises in producing and distributing key primary products globally alongside spearheading strategic investments. The business is currently looking for an agile Senior HR Executive with keen learning capabilities to join the team! The firm offers great career advancement opportunities as well as vital industry insights that will definitely benefit those interested in developing their HR profession within the financial industry. If this sounds interesting to you, click the 'apply' button below now! about the jobAs a Senior HR Executive, you would be responsible for driving the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities in addition to spearheading process enhancement initiatives and other interesting HR projects for the firm. Manage the end-to-end process for recruitment, onboarding and offboarding as well as training and developmentMaintain and update the employee handbook based on changes in local regulations as well as industry best practicesDrive the full spectrum of benefits and payroll activitiesSupport ad-hoc HR projects for newly acquired invesment subsidiaries skills and experience requiredTo qualify, you should possess a degree with at least 3 years of experience managing the full spectrum of HR activities. Previous working experience within the financial sector would be ideal, but not necessary. Applicants with a proven mastery of driving payroll activities in a generalist position would be highly regarded! A proven track record of proactive initiatives and independent working capabilities would set your profile apart from the rest.In return, you would be given the opportunity to join a niche field within the financial sector that provides invaluable experience and career growth opportunities. to applyIf you are a HR professional looking for your next career move into the financial sector that rewards initiative and provides ample learning opportunities, please click the 'apply' button below or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    about the company. Our client is a well-established commodities trading firm that specialises in producing and distributing key primary products globally alongside spearheading strategic investments. The business is currently looking for an agile Senior HR Executive with keen learning capabilities to join the team! The firm offers great career advancement opportunities as well as vital industry insights that will definitely benefit those interested in developing their HR profession within the financial industry. If this sounds interesting to you, click the 'apply' button below now! about the jobAs a Senior HR Executive, you would be responsible for driving the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities in addition to spearheading process enhancement initiatives and other interesting HR projects for the firm. Manage the end-to-end process for recruitment, onboarding and offboarding as well as training and developmentMaintain and update the employee handbook based on changes in local regulations as well as industry best practicesDrive the full spectrum of benefits and payroll activitiesSupport ad-hoc HR projects for newly acquired invesment subsidiaries skills and experience requiredTo qualify, you should possess a degree with at least 3 years of experience managing the full spectrum of HR activities. Previous working experience within the financial sector would be ideal, but not necessary. Applicants with a proven mastery of driving payroll activities in a generalist position would be highly regarded! A proven track record of proactive initiatives and independent working capabilities would set your profile apart from the rest.In return, you would be given the opportunity to join a niche field within the financial sector that provides invaluable experience and career growth opportunities. to applyIf you are a HR professional looking for your next career move into the financial sector that rewards initiative and provides ample learning opportunities, please click the 'apply' button below or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    • permanent
    • S$4,500 - S$5,500 per year
    • full-time
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a fast-scaling financial institution that specialises in providing trading, advisory and asset-management services for digital assets. Our client is currently looking for a dynamic Human Resources Generalist to join their expanding team in APAC and spearhead best practices within the HR function. If you are someone passionate about reinventing the wheel to drive better processes and are keen about entering the digital assets industry, look no further! about the jobAs a Regional HR Generalist, you would be responsible for managing the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities within Asia Pacific. You would also be given the opportunity to review, develop and establish enhanced HR processes alongside an experienced team to drive the business towards achieving its goals.Manage the end-to-end recruitment process, including onboarding and offboardingDevelop, review and establish Learning and Development programmes according to the needs of the organisationMaintain and improve HR systems and processes to achieve heightened accuracy and efficiencyReview and update employee handbook to reflect industry best practices and legislative changesDrive payroll administrative dutiesskills and experience requiredTo qualify for this position, you should possess at least a degree alongside 3 years of experience in a HR Generalist role. Applicants with a proven track record of driving process enhancements and a strong background in managing payroll administration would be highly regarded. A proactive attitude in addition to keen interest and working experience within financial institutions would set your profile apart from the rest!In return, the firm offers a positive environment that focuses on diversity and career growth opportunities.to applyIf this role is well-aligned with your experience and career objectives, please click the 'apply' button below or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    about the company. We are currently partnered with a fast-scaling financial institution that specialises in providing trading, advisory and asset-management services for digital assets. Our client is currently looking for a dynamic Human Resources Generalist to join their expanding team in APAC and spearhead best practices within the HR function. If you are someone passionate about reinventing the wheel to drive better processes and are keen about entering the digital assets industry, look no further! about the jobAs a Regional HR Generalist, you would be responsible for managing the full spectrum of employee lifecycle activities within Asia Pacific. You would also be given the opportunity to review, develop and establish enhanced HR processes alongside an experienced team to drive the business towards achieving its goals.Manage the end-to-end recruitment process, including onboarding and offboardingDevelop, review and establish Learning and Development programmes according to the needs of the organisationMaintain and improve HR systems and processes to achieve heightened accuracy and efficiencyReview and update employee handbook to reflect industry best practices and legislative changesDrive payroll administrative dutiesskills and experience requiredTo qualify for this position, you should possess at least a degree alongside 3 years of experience in a HR Generalist role. Applicants with a proven track record of driving process enhancements and a strong background in managing payroll administration would be highly regarded. A proactive attitude in addition to keen interest and working experience within financial institutions would set your profile apart from the rest!In return, the firm offers a positive environment that focuses on diversity and career growth opportunities.to applyIf this role is well-aligned with your experience and career objectives, please click the 'apply' button below or reach out to Jolie Koh from Randstad for a further discussion!EA: 94C3609 \ R2196928
    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$7,000, per month, bonus + benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering MNC that is looking for a Senior HR Executive to join their team and handle the full spectrum of HR functions including talent management, compensation and benefits, employee lifecycle management, payroll, and end-end recruitment.. about the jobAs the Senior HR Executive, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR functionsResponsible for full spectrum of HR function including recruitment process - posting ads, recruitment, interviews, selection, confirmation, exit, etcLead in the development of HR strategies and planning for the roll-out of the compensation and benefits initiativesAssist with talent identification to build specific career plans and provide necessary exposure for identified potentialsAdvise senior and line management on all HR matters and provide appropriate HR solutionsHandle the payroll administration including computation of OT hours, incentives and salary report preparationAssist and coordinate training programs between staff and training providersEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policiesAssist with employee engagement by staying close to the operation ground to understand and identify needs and gaps for improvements skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 5 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a Leading Engineering MNC that is looking for a Senior HR Executive to join their team and handle the full spectrum of HR functions including talent management, compensation and benefits, employee lifecycle management, payroll, and end-end recruitment.. about the jobAs the Senior HR Executive, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR functionsResponsible for full spectrum of HR function including recruitment process - posting ads, recruitment, interviews, selection, confirmation, exit, etcLead in the development of HR strategies and planning for the roll-out of the compensation and benefits initiativesAssist with talent identification to build specific career plans and provide necessary exposure for identified potentialsAdvise senior and line management on all HR matters and provide appropriate HR solutionsHandle the payroll administration including computation of OT hours, incentives and salary report preparationAssist and coordinate training programs between staff and training providersEnsure compliance with labour legislations in HR practices & policiesAssist with employee engagement by staying close to the operation ground to understand and identify needs and gaps for improvements skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 5 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$4,500 - S$5,500, per month, completion bonus
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a professional services company headquartered in Singapore. If you are looking to grow together with a stable company with meaningful vision and diverse culture, this is the role for you. about the jobReporting to the Head of HR, you will be part of a HR team to manage HR activities. Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Employee life cycle: Onboarding to offboarding processes such as benefits enrolment, maintaining of employee data in HRIS system, preparing of HR letters, training and development activitiesRecruitment activities: Posting of job advertisements, interview schedulingPayroll: Support in monthly payroll processingEmployee engagement: Manage HR queries, support in planning and execution of HR activities and eventsAd-hoc HR projects or duties as assigned skills and experience requiredRelevant degree/ education in Human Resources or BusinessIdeally a minimum 3 years of experience in HR activities stated aboveStrong communication and interpersonal skills, able to work independently with internal and external stakeholders, meticulousProficient in Microsoft Office (excel, word, ppt) other informationImmediately available candidates or short notice preferred due to urgency of the roleLocation: Central Business District (CBD) Singapore1 year contract convertable to permanent headcount depending on performance To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    about the company. Our client is a professional services company headquartered in Singapore. If you are looking to grow together with a stable company with meaningful vision and diverse culture, this is the role for you. about the jobReporting to the Head of HR, you will be part of a HR team to manage HR activities. Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Employee life cycle: Onboarding to offboarding processes such as benefits enrolment, maintaining of employee data in HRIS system, preparing of HR letters, training and development activitiesRecruitment activities: Posting of job advertisements, interview schedulingPayroll: Support in monthly payroll processingEmployee engagement: Manage HR queries, support in planning and execution of HR activities and eventsAd-hoc HR projects or duties as assigned skills and experience requiredRelevant degree/ education in Human Resources or BusinessIdeally a minimum 3 years of experience in HR activities stated aboveStrong communication and interpersonal skills, able to work independently with internal and external stakeholders, meticulousProficient in Microsoft Office (excel, word, ppt) other informationImmediately available candidates or short notice preferred due to urgency of the roleLocation: Central Business District (CBD) Singapore1 year contract convertable to permanent headcount depending on performance To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    • permanent
    • S$2,500 - S$3,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the companyOur client is a leading Manufacturing MNC looking for a HR Administrator (Feb 2022 - 4 months contract) to join their dynamic HR team. about the jobReporting to the HR Manager, your job scope includes managing the day to day HR operational activities such as supporting: - HR Operations/ Employee life-cycle: Onboarding to Offboarding, work pass management, employee enrolment and paperwork, managing employee data etc- Recruitment: posting of job advertisements, interview coordination with stakeholders- Employee relations and advisory: Monitoring of contract status, handling employee queries- HR Project: Provide feedback to improve HR processes and capabilities, support HR events- C&B: Support on claims skills and experience requiredRelevant education in HR/ BusinessExperience managing the above job scope will be idealWorking experience in Manufacturing related industry will be advantageous but not a prerequisiteKnowledge of MOM Employment ActStrong communication and time management skills other informationContract will commence in February 20224 months contractLocation: North-East SingaporeFresh graduates or internship will be considered To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    about the companyOur client is a leading Manufacturing MNC looking for a HR Administrator (Feb 2022 - 4 months contract) to join their dynamic HR team. about the jobReporting to the HR Manager, your job scope includes managing the day to day HR operational activities such as supporting: - HR Operations/ Employee life-cycle: Onboarding to Offboarding, work pass management, employee enrolment and paperwork, managing employee data etc- Recruitment: posting of job advertisements, interview coordination with stakeholders- Employee relations and advisory: Monitoring of contract status, handling employee queries- HR Project: Provide feedback to improve HR processes and capabilities, support HR events- C&B: Support on claims skills and experience requiredRelevant education in HR/ BusinessExperience managing the above job scope will be idealWorking experience in Manufacturing related industry will be advantageous but not a prerequisiteKnowledge of MOM Employment ActStrong communication and time management skills other informationContract will commence in February 20224 months contractLocation: North-East SingaporeFresh graduates or internship will be considered To apply, please click on the relevant links.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    • permanent
    • S$75,000 - S$85,000, per year, bonus + benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a European Luxury brand that is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Business Partner to drive strategic HR insights and guidance to leaders. about the jobAs an HRBP, you will be responsible for supporting human capital strategies and actions plans to support growth plans in the region together with Regional functional leadersProactively engages in strategic business planning where there is HR impact in order to ensure successful implementation of HR programs and processesLead in the development of HR strategy in accordance with the company's global HR strategy, market-specific requirements, and HR approach to Asia PacificAssist in the development of the change management strategy within the business to support the implementation of HR programs and initiativesReview, evaluation, coordination, and support of the implementation of internal HR improvements for the organisationIdentifies the need for new or improved HR processes and drives the development and implementation of those processesHR compliance and integrity management, as well as providing clear communication and equitable execution of policies and procedures in accordance with group standardsPromote and facilitate modern leadership application, as well as successful cross-departmental communication, while driving organizational culture initiatives skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 5 years of experience as a seasoned HRBP, preferably in an MNC along with an excellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a European Luxury brand that is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Business Partner to drive strategic HR insights and guidance to leaders. about the jobAs an HRBP, you will be responsible for supporting human capital strategies and actions plans to support growth plans in the region together with Regional functional leadersProactively engages in strategic business planning where there is HR impact in order to ensure successful implementation of HR programs and processesLead in the development of HR strategy in accordance with the company's global HR strategy, market-specific requirements, and HR approach to Asia PacificAssist in the development of the change management strategy within the business to support the implementation of HR programs and initiativesReview, evaluation, coordination, and support of the implementation of internal HR improvements for the organisationIdentifies the need for new or improved HR processes and drives the development and implementation of those processesHR compliance and integrity management, as well as providing clear communication and equitable execution of policies and procedures in accordance with group standardsPromote and facilitate modern leadership application, as well as successful cross-departmental communication, while driving organizational culture initiatives skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 5 years of experience as a seasoned HRBP, preferably in an MNC along with an excellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Want to be part of an established organization and have an opportunity for growth? My client is in search of HRBP to join the organization. Your responsibilities will include -People ManagementAct as counsel to the business in all employee relations matters including disciplinaries, grievances and managing absence.Hold up-skilling workshops to promote best practice.Coach and mentor the people managers across the business ensuring they are confident and competentEnsure compliance of local law and best practicesOD & ChangeProvide support to the HR Leaders in delivering effective organisational changeDrive diversity and inclusion initiativesIdentify and report on the needs of the businessCulture & BehavioursSupport the business on the delivery of initiatives that constantly reinforces culture and behaviours such as; exceptional journey, induction programmes, exceptional awards, site-based toolbox talks and communication boards.Work with customers to make sure that their culture and CBRE’s culture are constantly demonstrated by on-site staff to deliver exceptional service.Employee EngagementWork with senior stakeholders on communication, improvements to be made and strengths to build on from the outputs of employee engagement activities.Demonstrate positive engagement through HR metricsUtilize people analytics data to understand drives in teamsCompensation & BenefitsGuide hiring managers or line managers on market insights and benchmark to gain market competitivenessPerformance Management/ Talent DevelopmentDrive and advise line managers on talent management plansIdentify opportunities and needs for trainingsFacilitate performance appraisals and provide guidance to stakeholders QualificationsMinimum 6 years of HR Business Partnering experience will be beneficial.Experience in multiple HR functional areasExcellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law.Excellent communication skills, an advisor to the business in people matters Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    Want to be part of an established organization and have an opportunity for growth? My client is in search of HRBP to join the organization. Your responsibilities will include -People ManagementAct as counsel to the business in all employee relations matters including disciplinaries, grievances and managing absence.Hold up-skilling workshops to promote best practice.Coach and mentor the people managers across the business ensuring they are confident and competentEnsure compliance of local law and best practicesOD & ChangeProvide support to the HR Leaders in delivering effective organisational changeDrive diversity and inclusion initiativesIdentify and report on the needs of the businessCulture & BehavioursSupport the business on the delivery of initiatives that constantly reinforces culture and behaviours such as; exceptional journey, induction programmes, exceptional awards, site-based toolbox talks and communication boards.Work with customers to make sure that their culture and CBRE’s culture are constantly demonstrated by on-site staff to deliver exceptional service.Employee EngagementWork with senior stakeholders on communication, improvements to be made and strengths to build on from the outputs of employee engagement activities.Demonstrate positive engagement through HR metricsUtilize people analytics data to understand drives in teamsCompensation & BenefitsGuide hiring managers or line managers on market insights and benchmark to gain market competitivenessPerformance Management/ Talent DevelopmentDrive and advise line managers on talent management plansIdentify opportunities and needs for trainingsFacilitate performance appraisals and provide guidance to stakeholders QualificationsMinimum 6 years of HR Business Partnering experience will be beneficial.Experience in multiple HR functional areasExcellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law.Excellent communication skills, an advisor to the business in people matters Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    • contract
    • S$3,000 - S$4,000, per month, completion bonus + conversion
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a market leading MNC within the life sciences industry. Due to business expansion, they are currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator (6 months convertable contract) to support increased business activities.about the jobReporting to the APAC HR Director, you will work closely with local and regional HR colleagues to support the full spectrum of HR activities.Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Support employee lifecycle from onboarding to offboarding: Support new hire orientation, enrolment in benefit programs, employee engagement activities, work pass administration etcRecruitment coordination: Coordinating and scheduling of interviewsHR data management: HR reports, documentations and surveys, timely update of employee information on HRIS, ensure data compliance and accuracyTraining administration/ coordinationHandle employees queries on HR related issuesParticipate in exciting HR projects/ initiativesAd-hoc HR activities other informationThis is a 6 months to 1 year contract role Extension or conversion to permanent staff headcount depends on performanceLocation: Central-West Singapore skills and experience requiredIdeally at least 2 years of work experience in HR activities stated above (hands on HR operations/ coordination)Experience using Workday HRIS will be advantageous but not a requirementStrong communication and interpersonal skills If the above describes you, click ‘apply’.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    about the company. Our client is a market leading MNC within the life sciences industry. Due to business expansion, they are currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator (6 months convertable contract) to support increased business activities.about the jobReporting to the APAC HR Director, you will work closely with local and regional HR colleagues to support the full spectrum of HR activities.Your job scope includes but is not limited to:Support employee lifecycle from onboarding to offboarding: Support new hire orientation, enrolment in benefit programs, employee engagement activities, work pass administration etcRecruitment coordination: Coordinating and scheduling of interviewsHR data management: HR reports, documentations and surveys, timely update of employee information on HRIS, ensure data compliance and accuracyTraining administration/ coordinationHandle employees queries on HR related issuesParticipate in exciting HR projects/ initiativesAd-hoc HR activities other informationThis is a 6 months to 1 year contract role Extension or conversion to permanent staff headcount depends on performanceLocation: Central-West Singapore skills and experience requiredIdeally at least 2 years of work experience in HR activities stated above (hands on HR operations/ coordination)Experience using Workday HRIS will be advantageous but not a requirementStrong communication and interpersonal skills If the above describes you, click ‘apply’.(EA: 94C3609 /R1987041)
    • permanent
    • S$3,500 - S$4,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. This is a fun and exciting opportunity to join a Series C, an up and coming blockchain game startup. My client is looking for a passionate HR executive to join the team. This will be the first HR hire into the team to provide HR transactional support hence, gives you the autonomy to pilot any initiatives put in place. about the jobAs HR executive, your job scope would included but not limited to: Day-to-day HR operations and and hands-on exposure to the employee lifecycle Ensure regulatory compliance of work practices - MOM surveys and requests Maintain p-files and ensure accurate, up-to-date informationBenefits administration Prompt delivery of HR operations and transactional requests Maintain and help out with work pass applications Take up initiatives to research and propose relevant HR policies or systems in place skills and experience requiredYou should come with at least 1 year of HR administrative or HR executive experience and be familiar with MOM regulations. The ideal candidate should be switched on, proactive and keen to take up ownership to improve processes. Having an interest in cryptocurrency or blockchain space would be highly advantageous. Consultant in-charge: Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    about the company. This is a fun and exciting opportunity to join a Series C, an up and coming blockchain game startup. My client is looking for a passionate HR executive to join the team. This will be the first HR hire into the team to provide HR transactional support hence, gives you the autonomy to pilot any initiatives put in place. about the jobAs HR executive, your job scope would included but not limited to: Day-to-day HR operations and and hands-on exposure to the employee lifecycle Ensure regulatory compliance of work practices - MOM surveys and requests Maintain p-files and ensure accurate, up-to-date informationBenefits administration Prompt delivery of HR operations and transactional requests Maintain and help out with work pass applications Take up initiatives to research and propose relevant HR policies or systems in place skills and experience requiredYou should come with at least 1 year of HR administrative or HR executive experience and be familiar with MOM regulations. The ideal candidate should be switched on, proactive and keen to take up ownership to improve processes. Having an interest in cryptocurrency or blockchain space would be highly advantageous. Consultant in-charge: Sze Ming Ong (EA: 94C3609/ R1984689)
    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$8,000, per month, bonus + benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWant to be part of an established organization and have an opportunity for growth? My client is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Business Partner (HRBP) to drive insights on how the organisation engages and leads the people in the organization.. about the jobAs an HRBP, you will address local regulations, growth, and strategic feedback, as well as synthesize local data for the Regional Head, and build initiatives accordingly.Provide strategic business partnership insights to senior management to address key manpower challenges and ensure that business needs are metOversee end-to-end recruitment activities for Manpower Requisition based on department recruitment needs.Develop strategic plans to better attract, engage and retain key talentsLead the execution of HR cyclical activities such as annual performance management, talent review and compensation cyclePlan, strategize and lead internal staff communication and engagement activitiesDevelop strong relationship and liaise with regulatory bodies, unions and other stakeholders on employment mattersManage internal HR plans, policies, programmes and processes to ensure that they stay relevant, up-to-date and effective in addressing organizational and employee needs, and are in compliance with local employment legislation skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 5-8 years of experience as a seasoned HRBP, preferably in Healthcare or startup environment along with an excellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWant to be part of an established organization and have an opportunity for growth? My client is looking for an experienced and diligent HR Business Partner (HRBP) to drive insights on how the organisation engages and leads the people in the organization.. about the jobAs an HRBP, you will address local regulations, growth, and strategic feedback, as well as synthesize local data for the Regional Head, and build initiatives accordingly.Provide strategic business partnership insights to senior management to address key manpower challenges and ensure that business needs are metOversee end-to-end recruitment activities for Manpower Requisition based on department recruitment needs.Develop strategic plans to better attract, engage and retain key talentsLead the execution of HR cyclical activities such as annual performance management, talent review and compensation cyclePlan, strategize and lead internal staff communication and engagement activitiesDevelop strong relationship and liaise with regulatory bodies, unions and other stakeholders on employment mattersManage internal HR plans, policies, programmes and processes to ensure that they stay relevant, up-to-date and effective in addressing organizational and employee needs, and are in compliance with local employment legislation skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma in Human Resources or related discipline. At least 5-8 years of experience as a seasoned HRBP, preferably in Healthcare or startup environment along with an excellent understanding of HR processes, procedures and relevant labour law. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    • permanent
    • S$5,000 - S$5,500, per month, bonus + benefits
    • full-time
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a leading Engineering SME that is looking for an Assistant HR Manager to join their team and support the HR & Admin functions which include recruitment, HR data administration, employees engagement, onboarding & offboarding and payroll administration. . about the jobAs the Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR & Admin functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationResponsible for onboarding of new hires and exit of resigned employeesAssist on administrative matters such as renewing company licences, insurance matters, PDPA matters, customer audits, fire and safety committee, etcResponsible for employment administration and reporting matters (including leave records, government claims).Review monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionEnsure compliance with labour legislation's in HR practices & policiesAssist with employee engagement by staying close to the operation ground to understand and identify needs and gaps for improvementsTaking care of employee welfare and handling employee grievances, counselling and disciplinary cases skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 3 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)
    about the companyWe are currently partnered with a leading Engineering SME that is looking for an Assistant HR Manager to join their team and support the HR & Admin functions which include recruitment, HR data administration, employees engagement, onboarding & offboarding and payroll administration. . about the jobAs the Assistant HR Manager, you will be responsible for supporting on the day-to-day operations and contributing to operational success of the HR & Admin functionsOversee the entire recruitment process, including job postings, candidate sourcing, resume screening, interview scheduling, and letter of offer preparationResponsible for onboarding of new hires and exit of resigned employeesAssist on administrative matters such as renewing company licences, insurance matters, PDPA matters, customer audits, fire and safety committee, etcResponsible for employment administration and reporting matters (including leave records, government claims).Review monthly payroll, CPF online submission and IRAS online submissionEnsure compliance with labour legislation's in HR practices & policiesAssist with employee engagement by staying close to the operation ground to understand and identify needs and gaps for improvementsTaking care of employee welfare and handling employee grievances, counselling and disciplinary cases skills and experience requiredTo be a successful candidate, you should possess at least a Diploma, within areas of Human Resources, or related disciplines and minimum of 3 years relevant work experience.You should be well-versed on MOM regulations and local legislation, as well as prepared to take a hands-on approach to your work and contribute effectively. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Aaron. (EA: 94C3609 / R21102580)

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