Feb 12, 2020

HR Business Partner

  • Maersk Oil
  • Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Full Time Permanent Human Resources

Job Description


Reporting to Senior HR Business Partner, the HRBP will work with the Senior HR Business partner as joint business partner role to SCM Customer Service function by driving and embedding HR strategies, providing professional HR expertise and supporting and coaching internal client groups who are located in Chengdu.

We offer

A challenging and rewarding opportunity within an energetic and growing organisation. You will partner with a team of talented and engaged professionals to gain substantial HR operational experience as well as strategic HR planning experience, coupled with enhanced skills in managing changes, stakeholders and projects.

Furthermore, you will obtain a deep understanding of the business to formulate and drive the right people strategies.

Key responsibilities

• Build strong relationships and trust with leaders and colleagues, offer HR expertise and coaching on people issues, assist leaders to gain a better understanding of employees' needs and career aspirations.
• Work closely with leaders to analyse, anticipate and outline present and future organisational capabilities.
• Provide relevant tools and programmes to attract, develop, and retain talents. Implement HR practices on talent management, leadership development and talent acquisition to close gaps on organisation capabilities and sustain a sufficient talent pipeline to achieve business goals and further enhance long-term competitive advantage.
• Drive the people processes (performance, development and career) and serve as a facilitator and coach managers on performance management.
• Ensure the execution and delivery of HR operational activities in an effective and efficient manner.
• Contribute expertise to the HR community on competency enhancement.
Review and benchmark the internal and external environment to improve the HR policies and initiatives thus enhancing overall business performance.

We are looking for

• Bachelor degree or above in Business Administration, Human Resources Management or related discipline.
• Minimum 8 years' work experience in an HR generalist role in a global organisation, including HR Business Partner experience, ideally with good understanding of China labour market and practices.
• Solid understanding of HR fundamentals - recruitment, learning and development, compensation and benefits, employee and industrial relations, as well as local labour laws.
• High energy with strong desire to achieve and proven capabilities of multi-tasking, working under pressure and deadlines, independently and as a team member.
• Good coaching and facilitation skills.
• Strong abilities to build relationships and manage multiple stakeholders' interests.
• Open- and cross-culturally minded.
Excellent written and verbal communication of English.