Marriott Manager, Talent Acquisition & Workforce Planning, APEC in Singapore, Singapore

Job Number 180012GX

Job Category Human Resources

Location Singapore Regional Office, Singapore, Singapore VIEW ON MAP

Brand Corporate

Schedule Full-time

Relocation? No

Position Type Management

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Partnering with Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition APEC and related discipline heads, provide sourcing, recruiting and workforce planning support to the designated discipline for the APEC region. Builds the organization’s edge on direct sourcing capability and reduces the reliance on external recruitment agencies. Surfacing internal candidates for career opportunities thru effective workforce planning discussions and human capital planning process. As a member of the continent Talent Acquisition and Management Solutions team, participate in projects and assignments designated by Vice President Human Resources, Talent Management Solutions, Asia Pacific and the Vice President of Human Resources – APEC.

CANDIDATE PROFILE

Education

  • University degree required

Experience

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in recruiting, staffing and workforce planning

  • Combined experience at both recruitment agency and well-established corporate setting preferred

  • Previous experience working in a complex organization environment with matrix reporting structure

  • Asia Pacific market knowledge is a must

  • Expert in both finding talent, influencing, and creating exceptional experience which match internal / external candidates to Marriott’s Careers.

Skill and Competency

  • Up to date specialist skills in sourcing, recruiting, workforce planning and related technology

  • Skills and knowledge in using Taleo recruiting system and SAP performance management system

  • Full proficiency in English.

  • Well-rounded communication skills and positive work attitude are required

CORE WORK ACTIVITIES

  • Work together with the Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition, APEC in the recruitment and workforce planning process for designated discipline(s) for the APEC region.

  • Act as a true Business Partner with Management team to be able to identify needs, capability gaps (current and future), opportunities and improvements and work towards bridging them through proactive talent acquisition and workforce planning strategies.

  • Own the recruitment of key positions and mapping strategies

  • Lead the human capital planning process including workforce planning meetings, talent reviews, regional HCP activities.to surface internal candidates for career opportunities and track status of HiPo talent’s personal development plan

  • Ensure a full pipeline of candidates through the publication of roles both internally and externally, and ensure a smooth process for all hiring managers and candidates

  • Work closely with the business side in order to fully understand the organization structure of teams

  • Identify new sourcing channels to support the various pipelines and talent needs in the region

  • Help actively drive all sourcing channels, including employee referrals, online job boards, LinkedIn and utilization of vendors, campus hiring, etc.

  • Build, develop and cultivate various sourcing channels to support the direct sourcing strategy

  • Take active part in the full cycle of recruitment efforts, including emphasis on strong interview and assessment skills to effectively evaluate candidates and ensure the best fit

  • Participate in projects and assignments designated by Vice President Human Resource, Talent Management Solutions, Asia Pacific and Vice President of Human Resources – APEC

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