Assistant Vice President, Learning & Talent

Ref No.: BRS200721003 2020-07-21

Our banking client is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the above-mentioned position.

Responsibilities

  • Foster organisational learning culture by providing more effective learning solutions & opportunities through various channels
  • Plan and support the implementation of various programmes to strengthen the succession planning agenda of the Bank.
  • Support to develop, design and implement the talent development programme through talent identification, pipeline assessment and on-going development
  • Review and recommend appropriate assessment tools and development initiatives regularly to strengthen the talent bench strength of the Bank
  • Monitor the Leadership assessment program to ensure timely delivery and proper follow through to meet Bank’s requirements
  • Manage both in-house and external leadership program; review and evaluate the program effectiveness and make enhancement if needed to ensure the program is impactful to the growth of both the individual and the Bank
  • Identify, engage and manage the external vendors on leadership development initiatives
  • Assist and support on the revamp of the competency model to best fit the Bank’s operation
  • Advise management on the latest trends in talent development and industry’s best practices to explore and bring in relevant innovations whenever appropriate
  • Partner with learning team to ensure developmental area is addressed with appropriate learning solutions
  • Keep abreast with any update on the regulator’s law and regulation relevant to staff competency such as HKMA’s supervisory policy manual etc.
  • Partner with HR partners and propose specific plan to ensure the HR policies and procedure is in compliance with the competency requirements
  • Identify and keep track on the key project deliverables 

Requirement 

  • Degree holder in Human Resources Management or related disciplines
  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in learning and development, leadership or talent management
  • Prior experience in managing talent programmes will be an advantage
  • Sound understanding of regulatory requirements relating to Job Competencies, including but not limited to HKMA’s CG6
  • Strategic and analytical with strong business acumen
  • Strong presentation and communication skills
  • Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (both Cantonese and Mandarin)

Interested parties please forward your CV in word format with current and expected salary to [email protected]

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