People & Culture (HR) Manager

Pasig City
International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.


The People & Culture (P&C) Manager provides direction in all areas of human resources to World Vision’s Global Centre Manila Office (GCMO) leaders and staff in support of P&C initiatives in order that the strategic goals of the organisation are achieved across the network.


  • Develop and lead the implementation of an integrated GCMO P&C strategy in support and alignment with WVI’s overall People & Culture LEADER strategy.

  • Research, troubleshoot, liaise with global P&C Business Partners. Legal and hiring managers on issues relating to workforce, employee relations issues.

  • Monitor and evaluate the progress of People & Culture resources in terms of compliance with standards and policies of WVI by conducting reviews of people & culture practices, and establishing benchmarks and indicators of performance.

  • Assist managers, leaders in GCMO in their responsibility to ensure that all employment practices, compensation and benefits, staff care, and other people & culture systems align with established standards, procedures, guidelines and policies of World Vision International and take into account local labor law and cultural context.

Coordination of the Recruitment and Staffing:

  • Monitor development and tracking of staffing plans.

  • Ensure that all recruitments adhere to recruitment standards.

  • Train hiring managers on the recruitment processes and interviewing skills.

  • Track, with the Staffing Specialist, the timeline of filling vacant positions within the standard time.

  • Provide leadership and technical support for staff orientations.

  • Ensure new hires have a personal orientation / induction plan.

Timekeeping (Time & Attendance):

  • Vendor management of timekeeping/payroll system.

  • Maximize the effectiveness of the system technology and supporting processes

  • Management of P&C staff.

  • Development & Management responsibilities for P&C staff; daily supervision, coaching and mentoring.



  • 5-7 years’ experience in human resources management including a working knowledge of all areas of human resources.

  • Qualification in Human Resources.

  • 3-5 years managing in-house timekeeping system processing.

  • Senior management experience with a global organization.

  • Experience in policy formation and implementation.

  • Knowledge of local labour laws and regulations.

  • Proven cross-cultural sensitivity and knowledge of and sensitivity to other cultures.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including experience in negotiation and conflict resolution, and demonstrated ability to influence and persuade.

  • Ability to effectively communicate, including in writing and oral presentations.

  • Models credibility, integrity and confidentiality.

  • Demonstrates on-going professional development and networking.

  • Christian maturity. Ability to engage with staff from diverse faith backgrounds.

  • Computer literate (Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office Suite). Experience using an HRIS.

  • Solid analytical, organizational skills.

  • Minimum of 4 years of demonstrated managerial experience leading teams including development of staff.

  • Ability to build and maintain partnerships at various employee and management levels and across various functions.

  • Ability to work under pressure and multi-task within time-sensitive constraints.

  • Human Resources qualification.

Work Environment:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 10% of the time.