HR Business Partner


  • University degree in Human Resources, Business or a related discipline

  • Prior HR experience with at least 5 years in Recruiting, Learning & Performance management

  • Robust sourcing skills with first-hand experience in implementing innovative and effective strategies for passively sourcing candidates

  • Ability to understand, propose, measure and follow up performance indicator

  • Ability to build good relationships with people at all levels within and outside the organisation

  • Ability to prioritize and work on multiple projects at a time 

  • Self-starter, open-minded and results-oriented

  • Flexibility to adapt quickly and work independently in a fast-moving environment


Learning & engagement

  • Design, plan and implementation of the learning and development initiatives (soft skills/leadership programmes, onboarding, succession planning, talent management, diversity and inclusion)

  • Assess the effectiveness of learning & development related activities and propose ways of closing the potential gaps

  • Design communication campaigns meant to increase people awareness of the learning & development offering

  • Participate in the development of the training budget and monitor expenditures

  • Facilitation of internal workshops and soft skills/leadership training delivery

  • Project management for different engagement initiatives

  • Onboarding, procedure update and its application in the organisation

Performance management

  • Carry out the necessary work required to implement the Performance program at an organisational level

  • Supporting end-of-the-year talks and performance and feedback talks

  • Follows up the process steps of performance appraisals per the calendar, conduct calibration discussions and report at the end of each cycle

  • Responsible for updating the Internal Regulation

Engagement & wellbeing

  • coordinates different activities aimed at increasing staff engagement, retention and motivation

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