Vice President of HR

Job title: Vice President of HR
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Hong Kong S.A.R
Reference: JOB_000813[618]
Contact name: Andrew Chan
Contact email:
Published: 5 months ago

Job description

The Company

Our client operates a collection of luxury and premium hotel brands across the Asian region with an exciting expansion set to continue with a solid pipeline of new hotels over the next few years.


The Role

  • Formulate the organisational talent infrastructure to deliver an effective strategic people strategy including pipeline development and succession planning in corporate office and properties
  • Direct and advise a competitive Rewards Strategy that aligns market trends and business performances
  • Monitor, coach and guide the overall Learning & Development Strategy to execute the training initiatives effectively
  • Design, curate and facilitate Talent Resourcing and Performance Management of all employees for the Group
  • Ensure all aspects of staffing, employee relations and compensations are delivered timely and in accordance with relevant labour and commercial legislation, in line with corporate policies and guidelines
  • Manage HR legal compliance, sustainability and employee governing bodies to ensure conformity across discipline
  • Familiar with current work methodologies to formulate effective Workforce Optimization and manpower planning strategies across the board
  • Equip with digitization expertise to advise on synchronization of systems and platforms
  • Actively support business initiatives and business expectations with effective people products and services that promote a positive and innovative performance culture in our organization 
  • Committed to employer branding through a recognition and awards strategy to enhance the company’s reputation


The Person

  • Proven experience as VPHR or other senior HR role
  • Must be a strategic thinker with confidence and speed in execution
  • Profound knowledge in HR functions (rewards, performance management, talent development etc.)
  • Ability to use metrics and analytics to build reports and analysis 
  • Knowledge of local and international labour law
  • Proven experience in handling complicated employee relations issues (discrimination claims, sexual harassment investigations and downsizing
  • Working knowledge of MS Office and ERP systems (e.g. SAP)
  • Aptitude in communicating and public speaking
  • Well-organized with excellent leadership qualities
  • BSc/BA in business, HR, social sciences or related field; Masters degree preferred
  • HR Certification (e.g. PHR/SPHR) recommended
  • Multilingual proficiency in English, Cantonese and Mandarin (read, write) preferred

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