Full-Time Deputy General Manager – HR
Deputy General Manager/ DGM with 12 – 16 years exp.
Pharmaceuticals/ Life Sciences/ Clinical Research
HR/ Human Resources
Responsible for senior level decision making and both day to day management and strategic direction of the organisation
Develop and implement an annual agenda for HR strategy in line with the business plan. Ensure HR plans support the needs of the business but are also flexible enough to cope with changes in the organisation, as and when they occur
Provide information and reports on data such as staff turnover, references, cost per hire, training hours per person, etc.
Provide advice on and administer maternity and paternity leave cases. Responsible for resource planning for maternity re-joiners
Conduct training needs analysis and designs and implement a training plan with input from business heads. Manage costs to budget.
Ensure all staff receive appraisals in accordance with company policy and monitor probationary periods
Co-ordinate recruitment throughout the company through management of a recruitment team/HR team. Build relationships with recruiters, draft briefs, set up interviews where necessary. Interview senior hires when necessary
(UG – Any Graduate – and (PG – Any PG Course )
12 – 16 years
Previous experience of managing an Human Resources team
Previously influenced senior managers, built strong commercial relationships and driven an HR strategy
HR Manager level – must be comfortable working in a standalone environment
Can quickly establish credibility and respect and build strong working relationships with department managers. Demonstrable maturity, professionalism and gravitas
Ability to recognise the value and responsibility of working in a team, actively supports and develops team members, quick to identify and problem solve any issues
Act as a role model for the organization looks beyond own team as a role model and source of knowledge. Works with others in a collaborative and solutions focused manner to achieve win-win outcomes
Able to work to deadlines and adapt to changing conditions ability to generate effective and pragmatic solutions to new situations and problems as they are presented
Demonstrate an understanding of personalities and behavioural styles in order to work collaboratively with a variety of people and to make informed decision around resourcing, reporting structures and relationships
The life-fate of the modern individual depends not only upon the family into which one was born or which one enters by marriage, but increasingly upon the corporation in which he spends the most alert hours of his best years. With the employers becoming very impatient about results, increasing emphasis on outsourcing of various activities & increased redundancies due to merger and acquisitions, the job opportunities today are shrinking and employers are becoming very demanding.
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