Covance

Assoc Director HR Partnering

Job Location(s) JP-Tokyo
Job Number
2021-60737
Job Category
Human Resources
Position Type
Full-Time
Telecommute
No

Job Overview

- Builds strong working relationships, underpinned by trust, credibility and respect with business and HR leaders
- Seeks to understand business strategies and translates into long-term people strategies and agendas
- Actively supports the development of short and long-term People strategies with HR BU, COE and business leaders to enable and support business strategies
- Actively supports the development of HR initiatives and priorities
- Supports HR and Business organizations and cultures to drive innovation, employee engagement, process improvement and commitment to service excellence
- With business leaders support strategies to improve business and organizational performance and change management
- Partners closely with HR COEs and advises on business/functional strategies to enable pro-active development and delivery of quality HR services and solutions to meet current and future business needs
- Oversees local implementation of global and standardized HR processes
- Ensure BU and HR strategies are aligned with the global and/or regional HR plans and strategies
- Provide coaching and development practices in support of business strategy and growth agendas
- Oversee BU execution of core HR process including Talent Management, Development and Performance
- Actively involved in the recruitment, development, growth and retention of talent
- Applies consistency and fairness in adherence to regulations, compliance, laws, policies, procedures and issue escalation

Education/Qualifications

Required: Bachelor Degree or Master Degree
Preferred: HR Certification/qualification (e.g. SHRM/CIPD); Advanced degree, MBA Level of education required

Experience

10+ Years of HR experience
Experience in at least 2 HR Disciplines
5+ years Supervisor Experience

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