We are delighted to be retained a leading cosmopolitan and diversified group in pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer goods, to appoint a strategic and forward-thinking Group Chief HR Officer to shape and develop people & culture strategy for the Group globally. Our client is one of the world's fastest growing companies with turnover in excess of US$8B. It has operations in over 39 countries and hiring more than 5,000 employees worldwide. The ExCo team have the ambition of growing the Group beyond the 34 brands and 52 markets where they currently operate. The Group is rooted in the belief that innovation is key, an ethos that has enabled them to achieve sustained growth, while being cognizant that its people are the most valuable asset. This role is based in Singapore.
Reporting into the Global CEO based in Singapore, the Group Chief HR Officer will be the trusted advisor to the leadership C-suite team where he/she will play an instrumental role in shaping and developing people & culture strategy and execution, leading all areas including People Success (People Operations, Talent & Organisation Development, Total Rewards and People Business Partner) and Recruiting Functions. The Group has grown quickly over the last decade and plans to continue to grow through M&As while maintaining culture, embracing development, and building scalable people-oriented policies. The CHRO is empowered to grow teams, make data-driven decisions, and deliver transparent and people first programs. You will have an unparalleled opportunity to be at the front seat of shaping the Group's evolution and growth globally.
We are ideally looking for a HR leader with a strong track record in supporting and driving a high growth and fast paced organization within pharmaceutical, consumer goods, medical devices or similar sector, ideally lived and worked in Asia with International experience across APAC, Europe and Middle East. As a proven HR leader with at least 15 years of leadership experience, you have a broad knowledge of HR capabilities and best practices, coupled the ability to develop and execute insightful and meaningful HR strategies to support an evolving and dynamic organisation. You have a consultative and engaging personality, and able to influence and partner with the board and the leadership team. You have prior experience managing and developing a high performing HR team and ideally benefit from having extensive cross-cultural work experience, being culturally sensitive.
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