Company's IT is seeking a human resources manager to oversees all aspects of workforce development and
management including ensuring the company is appropriately staffed. While responsibilities vary on
a day-to- day basis, the candidate serves should serve as a primary contact point for all issues related
to employee resource management.
Recruiting and Retention
The human resources manager works with executive management to ensure the most appropriately
qualified employees are positioned in the most appropriate roles. When hiring needs arise, she
develops a job description, advertises for the position and screens and interviews applicants. She also
performs background checks, contacts reference and invites other executives to be part of the
interview process to ensure a good fit with a new employee.
Hiring and Firing
When a new employee is hired, the human resources manager draws up the necessary contractual
paperwork and asks the employee to fill out pertinent tax documentation forms. When an employee
quits or is fired, the manager conducts an exit interview, issues a final paycheck and makes
arrangements to file final tax paperwork on the employee's behalf. She takes possession of the
employee's keys, codes and access passes prior to finalizing the termination of employment.
Orientation, Learning and Development, Professional Growth
Unless the company has a training manager on staff, the human resources manager is responsible for
conducting new employee orientation. This involves going through an employee manual, explaining
corporate policy and procedure and introducing the new employee to fellow staffers. She also issues
office equipment, keys and identification and computer passwords.
In the event a dispute arises between colleagues, employees and managers, the human resources
manager serves as mediator. She may counsel each party individually, or together, and develop a
compromise solution that is acceptable to everyone involved. If there are allegations of misconduct,
she recommends disciplinary action, and documents all interactions in employee files.
Salary and Benefits
The human resources manager is involved in salary negotiations. She also oversees company benefits,
helping employees select appropriate options and explaining coverage terms. If the organization has a
retirement plan, a health savings account or a profit sharing program, the human resources manager
coordinates efforts with the accounting and finance division to ensure employees are appropriately
The executive division of a company relies on the human resources manager to keep tabs on changes
to employment law and to assist in long-term strategic staffing plans. She consults with upper
management about staffing needs, is involved in retaining consultants and independent contractors,
and represents the employer in recruiting venues.
- Degree major in HR management, business administration, law, etc…
- In-depth knowledge of Vietnamese labor law.
- Excellent problem-solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal business communication skills in English and Vietnamese
- Experience within a large organization of 200+
- Experience within an MNC IT based organization is an advantage
- Experience of dealing with senior and sometimes challenging individuals
- Ability to represent the Human Resource function as part of the bigger business picture
- Confident directing HR and advising managers on all aspects of people management and
- A professional and commercial approach to HR, with the ability to deliver high employee