5-8 years
Job Description


  • Location: Ha Nam
  • Report to: Chief Human Resource Officer

Job description:
  • Conduct the full range of employment activities to meet with the needs in the Group's business units, including but not limited to, recruitment, promotion, transfer, disciplinary procedures, record retention and exit process ensure processes are accurate and efficient, and are compliant to all legal requirements.
  • Actively manage, advise and assist the business HR teams in establishing and maintaining a stable workforce with high employee engagement and low voluntary employee attritions.
  • Actively participate in the strategic manpower resource and business planning process, and implement the action plans.
  • Bridge management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues
  • Perform compensation management and labour market movement surveys to ensure that total reward structure is aligning to the job levels and remains competitive in the industry.
  • Manage, update, advise and co-ordinate with business HR teams on practices of global and local compensation and variable bonus programs, and to stay within financial budgets.
  • Design and manage competitive employee benefits programs in the sites or country where the Group has a business presence.
  • Provide advice, support and guidance to line managers on effective human resource management practices and counselling services.
  • Actively participate in the development of new operation sites/business models in the region and merger & acquisition activities from the HR functional perspective.
  • Produce, manage, update and analyse regular HR reports, HR projects, Employee Handbooks, Corporate and local policies, Personnel Files and record documents, new employee induction programs and exit reports etc.
  • Execute and maintain an effective performance management system liaise with and assist the training departments to identify the training and development needs.
  • Assist the site or country operations in maintaining a good and positive industrial relations work environment.
  • Assist in other Human Resource functional activities when necessary.
  • Perform other business duties as directed by the reporting manager from time to time.

  • University graduate in Business Administration or Human Resource related discipline is preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years practical HR managerial experience required.
  • Possess sound knowledge and experience in Vietnam labour laws and practices.
  • Experience in HR management practices such as Competency Frameworks, Competency Based Recruitment practices (incl. Psychometric appraisal & Assessment/Development Centres), Training & Development Needs analysis, Exit Interviews etc
  • Excellent interactive skills, able to communicate well with all levels of people.
  • Good analytical, strong influencing and counselling skills.
  • Able to articulate to all business levels and build a strong rapport with staff members and external parties.
  • Strong planning and organizing skills, able to follow through to deliver results.
  • Ability to plan structure on a Competency Framework and develop role profiles with position-specific competencies.
  • Good command of English and Vietnamese - written and spoken. Some command of Korean would be a plus.
  • Computer literate in using MS Office software and eHR systems.
  • An energetic, motivated, and self-starter.
  • A hands-on person, able to work well independently with minimal supervision.
  • Resourceful and able to handle multiple tasks.
  • Willingness to travel when required

For any further support, please kindly contact me over the phone number Ms. Duong (+84)353 556 589 (Call/Zalo/Viber) or email: . Thank you.




PERSOLKELLY is a joint venture established in 2016 between PERSOL HOLDINGS (previously Temp Holdings) and Kelly Services to cater to the rising workforce employment needs of the emerging Asia Pacific market. We are one of the largest workforce solutions providers in the region, spanning over 45 offices across 13 markets including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

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