Human Resource Manager

Position Summary

People are our most important asset. As a HR Manager, you will oversee the management and delivery of all HR functions. You will be responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of human resources plans and programmes and will be supervising a HR Executive.

You will be responsible for creating a conducive work environment where employees have a happy and productive workplace to work towards the fulfilment of our organisational mission and business plans. You will be working closely with senior management to shape a positive work culture and conducive work environment that is aligned to ROHEI's corporate values. This position report to the HR Director / Deputy Chief Executive. 

The Human Resource Manager will be responsibility for the following: 

  • Develop, review and implement manpower policies and guidelines to attract, recruit, manage and retain talent
  • Plan manpower needs in line with the strategic business direction
  • Process recruitment of personnel to ensure timely hiring of employees
  • Handle first-day induction & settling in of new employees
  • Drive organizational employee engagement initiatives and surveys to attain and sustain healthy scores
  • Oversee talent development in terms of staff development, assignment planning and career progression
  • Head Performance Management function to ensure process and timelines are adhered to Oversee Policy Development and Documentation, includes maintaining and revising of company’s handbook to ensure compliance to employment laws and regulations
  • Manage all employee relations, staff and community communication
  • Administer Compensation and Benefits to ensure market competitiveness
  • Work closely with heads of departments to understand their business and provide human resource solutions to meet their business objectives
  • Generate and submit management and HR reports to support decision making by senior management
  • Handle exit management of resigned employees
  • Participate in staff professional development opportunities
  • Work cooperatively with other staff and business units to achieve organizational objective
  • Assist in other ad-hoc duties that may be assigned from time to time

The ideal candidate should possess:

  • Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent
  • Proficient with Singapore employment laws
  • 3-5 years relevant HR experience with 2 years in People Management
  • High level of computer literacy skills in word processing systems and personal computer applications with the ability to coach others on office applications
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Good verbal and written communication skills, communicating well with all levels of employees and management
  • Ability to delegate work assignments and take full authority and accountability to work independently
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity while maintaining effective working relationships with management, clients and different stakeholders
  • Ability to exercise effective judgment, evaluate and recommend changes to existing processes and procedures for greater effect
  • A high standard of work practices and ensure integrity, respect and confidentiality in dealing with all HR matters
  • The ability to work with minimum supervision and meet assignments deadline
  • Pro-activity, good interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work in a team, contributing to a positive company culture
  • Maturity, independence, meticulousness and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Good negotiation, communication and conflict-resolution skills


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ROHEI is a learning and consulting company which helps organisations build a culture of trust where people and results are honoured, and develop trusted and relationally competent leaders. We also help our clients navigate the people aspect of their change journeys. 

We are privileged to have won the Top Employer Brand (Training Provider) by Influential Brands 2018, and to be recognised by Great Place to Work Institute as one of Singapore’s and Asia’s Best Workplaces since 2015. 

A team of over 60, we are a diverse family with a singular goal and passion: to inspire hope, joy, courage and purpose in the global workforce.