MANAGER, PEOPLE & ORGANISATION

Country/Region:  TW
City:  Taipei City
Business Unit:  SUNSEAP TAIWAN SOLAR HOLDINGS LTD.

EDPR Sunseap is part of EDP Renewables (the main subsidiary of EDP Group), a global leader in the renewable energy sector and one of the world’s largest wind producers. With its headquarters in Singapore, EDPR Sunseap is the leading sustainable development hub for the Asia Pacific region with activities across nine different markets. Our activities are focused on the design, development, management, and operation of renewable energy sources, namely solar, wind, as well as new technologies such as storage.

 

EDP is a global energy group leading the Energy Transition, Innovation and Sustainability. Using the technology of the future, we create solutions highly focused on the needs of our people and our customers, never neglecting our role and contributions to society. To achieve our goals, we aim to attract diverse people with high potential through the professional opportunities we create.

 

Join us to be part of a renewable energy leader that reinvests in society through sustainable projects and social as well as cultural causes. You will have the opportunity to actively participate in our global transformation, by changing tomorrow now.

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Main Role Responsibilities

Academic Degree and Training Area

Professional Experience Level

Professional Experience Description

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This role will have dual responsibility. 

1. As the go-to-person on HR matters in Taiwan and selected countries in the region, partner with the business leaders regionally and in country to ensure smooth execution of all HR processes throughout the employee lifecycle, and to achieve optimal business outcomes through effective people and talent management initiatives. 

2. As the regional HR Analyst, develop, consolidate and analyse HR data, metrics and statistics for the APAC region, highlighting areas of focus and recommending potential solutions. 

 

Responsibliities 

  • Partner with business units on people related needs and provide advice on HR issues, work closely with business and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and enhance employee engagement
  • Provide feedback, and support CoE team on HR policies/processes review, to optimise efficiency and maintain compliance with changing local labour regulation
  • Leverage technical skills and analytic thinking to advise the business leaders on workforce planning, staff retention, compensation review, etc.
  • Partner with business units on performance management, provide HR advisory on code of conduct, disciplinary actions, and compliance investigations
  • Support talent management initiatives in assigned countries, such as, but not limited to hi-potentials, leadership development programmes and succession planning
  • Work with centralised Talent Acquisition team on local hiring actions, support the interviewing and salary offering during the hiring process
  • Work with centralised HR Operations team /external vendors to manage payroll, local income tax, or other required reporting and payments to local authorities
  • Oversee staff medical and insurance matters, ensuring proper administration for contract renewal and insurance claims
  • Develop, consolidate and analyse HR data, metrics and statistics for the APAC region, highlighting areas of focus and recommending potential solutions.

 

 

Requirements 

  • Degree in human resources or related disciplines is preferred
  • 5-7 years in full HR spectrum and relevant hands-on experience
  • Prior experience working in a start-up environment or handling multiple countries will be advantageous
  • Strategic mindset to think beyond the operational activities and contribute to regional and global projects
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to deal with senior stakeholders, internal and external parties
  • Strong ability to multitask and able to work in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Meticulous and able to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to drive improvements and provide solutions
  • Strong knowledge of labour law, employee relations and compensation and benefits
  • Proficiency in MS Office is required
  • Energetic and resilient, with a “think out of the box”, positive mindset
  • High IT literacy & strong written and communication ability, in both English and Mandarin
  • Value alignment: stewardship, collaboration, innovation and with a spirit of excellence

 

When you join Sunseap, you will have access to:

  • Professional experience in a leading global company in the renewables industry with flexible work conditions
  • Recognition through remuneration compatible with the role and other additional benefits
  • Opportunities for personal and professional development, e.g. cross-cutting projects, mobilities and volunteering

 

About EDP Group:

As a socially responsible company, we incorporate our values and practices with the principles of Diversity and Inclusion. To achieve all our objectives, we intend to attract, develop and retain different profiles, assuming diversity as a key factor and differentiator of fundamental innovation in our organisation. We welcome and value all people, and we are committed to the inclusion and sense of belonging of each person who is part of the EDP Group.

 

What makes us proud as an employer:

  • TOP Employer Europe 2021 certification
  • Bloomberg Gender Equality Index 2021
  • Top Workplaces US 2021
  • Certification in Conciliation (Excellence) by the Más Familia Foundation

 

If you think you have the right profile for this opportunity, apply until 08 December 2022.


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