PURPOSE OF POSITION:
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.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
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.
The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 10% of the time.