- Base + performance based bonus + competitive benefits
- Seoul - South Korea
This is a Talent acquisition and Development Lead role reporting to the Head of HR, Korea to provide a wide range of support to people managers and employees, with the goal of attracting, retaining and developing great people who are passionate about Dyson.
Talent Acquisition (70%)
•Lead the implementation of Talent Acquisition processes and programs
•Act as primary point-of-contact regarding all Talent Acquisition topics (Head of HR, Business Leadership, Global and Regional Talent Acquisition team).
•Own relationship with Hiring manager to ensure understanding of organizational talent needs
•Manage the recruiting lifecycle to ensure all KPIs, global standards and metrics are met and / or exceeded
•Consistently report against global and local KPIs as well as business initiatives
•Act as primary point-of-contact for HRBP and Line Management throughout the recruiting lifecycle
•Manage candidate interview process and act as a candidate advocate. Evaluate skill level, conduct reference checks, set timeline expectations, and work with HRBP and management to ensure a smooth interview and offer process
•Ensure detailed understanding of each open position, including ideal candidate profile, target companies and critical timelines
•Determine the most effective recruiting and advertising strategy to identify and attract top candidates
•Proactively source, qualify and screen passive and active candidates to fulfill staffing needs
•Support and comply with all global standards related to recruitment and hiring
•Use advanced sourcing and recruiting techniques (search engines, social networks, job boards, user groups, competitive intelligence, databases and direct recruiting techniques) to identify top talent for current and future openings
•Build and maintain talent pools for fulfillment of current opens and ongoing business talent needs
•Input and update candidate information in all relevant talent acquisition systems and tools (e.g. ATS, CRM, LinkedIn)
Talent Development (30%)
•Identify the development needs of the organization by analyzing individual development requirements through the PDP, HPC and other sources.
•Build the development calendar and scheduling, lead the full scope of program and ensure a smooth communication of all programs with participants to ensure that participants are fully invested and receive maximum returns from the program
•Review and implement individual development plans to support employees and provide a quarterly status update for all talent ILDP
•Lead cross-functional development initiatives such as job rotation, mentoring and other career development activities to drive employee engagement and organisational growth
•Support any Talent ad hoc requests and other initiatives as required
•Proven organizational skills and attention for detail, as well as the ability to prioritize and work well in an environment with competing demands
•Experience sourcing candidates through networking, internet postings, university relations, and direct recruiting
•Strong candidate and client management skills, offering high levels of support and service
•Proven ability to align candidate attraction strategies against brand and business objectives
•Proven track record in implementing learning or development programs for a large multi-national organization
•Ability to manage projects, understand processes and manage details
•Ability to create simple and impactful communication
•Excellent English verbal and written communication skills with an emphasis on candidate experience
The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation package which will include a base salary and annual performance bonus scheme.