HR Business Partner

Job Title: HR Business Partner
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Selangor
Salary: RM15,000 and above
Contact Name: Christine Ow Yong
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 24, 2016 16:51

Job Description

About the role

This is an independent contributor role and you report to HR Director and to be the front line strategic partner to the line of business in managing their employee affairs, implementing related HR initiatives and solutions to meet their short term and long term business needs. You are responsible to embed a strategic approach to human resource development and management that results in more effective front line delivery for Sales & Marketing team. You work in partnership with the Management Team members and Leadership Team to provide business, HR interventions and solutions to enable the achievement of the business goals and performance targets. You also oversees the manpower planning and resourcing function of the company.  


Your Responsibilities

  • As a HR business partner, the integration into business processes and align their day-to-day work with business outcomes, focusing more on deliverables and business results than HR activities
  • The HR business partner has to be balanced in their approaches to their work, to become credible activists in building relationships of trust based on business knowledge and have a point of view not just about HR issues but about business issues as well
  • Ensuring line managers buy-in to spending sufficient time on people management
  • Leading change
  • Dealing with variety of people issues
  • Ability to juggle priorities while remaining extremely organized, flexible and responsive
  • Commercial acumen - has a good overall understanding of company finances and uses this information to support managers in resource and succession planning

You will have

  • Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent
  • At least 5 to 8 years of experience in a LEADERSHIP role in HR function
  • Competent as a HR generalist with good knowledge of Employment Act, Industrial Relations Act, government regulations, court procedures and precedents, HR policies, people management, compensation and benefits and industrial relations in Malaysian context 
  • Problem solving skills in researching complex issues and developing recommended actions
  • Ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense; ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events)
  • Ability to provide leadership, counsel, motivation and constructive performance reviews to staff, securing their respective commitments to the department’s goals