Supervisor, Recruitment and Employee Development, East Region

Synopsis:
As a Supervisor, Recruitment and Employee Development at EF English Center, you will work closely with line managers on people recruiting and developing.


You will be responsible for:

Recruitment

  • Compile monthly hiring needs
  • Recruit for junior positions
  • Assist Regional Manager, RED to recruit for management positions and central positions.
  • Liaison with search firms and manage channels (online job postings, etc.)
  • Develop new recruitment channels, i.e. linked-in etc.
  • Campus recruiting and job fair, alumni.
  • Reports: Data collecting and data analysis (Turnover, Retention, onboard, left, CV data); Integrating data for regional Monthly reports (with standard format).

 

Training

  • Onboard training -Orientation
  • Coordinate internal training resources
  • Coordinate and support regional training and development projects

 

Employee Development

  • Involve in high potential’s development plan and Career path
  • Support CGM to coach and mentor high potential employees
  • Staff transfer and promotion process coordination
  • Support and coach line managers on Performance review

 

Employee relationship

  • New hire 2 month follow up talk
  • Exit interviews
  • Labor law consulting
  • Support line managers on urgent cases/labor dispute
  • Engagement survey

 

You have/are:

  • Role model of EF Core Values, great culture fit
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Passionate about finding talented people and developing people
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Self-motivated; detail oriented; flexible; able to work under pressure
  • Good English communication skill
  • Willing to help people
  • Fine to travel during east region occasionally.

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