AVP/VP, Early Career Program Manager, Technology Group

Employer
GIC Private Limited
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Salary
Competitive
Posted
08 Jun 2022
Closes
08 Jul 2022
Ref
15336581
Job Function
Other
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
Technology Group

The Technology Group (TG) is a key enabler to keep our business moving forward and is constantly exploiting state-of-the-art information technologies to enhance GIC's ability to be the leading global long-term investment firm. We aim to provide users with empowering and transformational capabilities, and to create an inclusive, innovative and integrated work environment.

The role is accountable for supporting the Technology Group's Early Career Program, reporting to TG's GIC Professional Program (GPP) Spons or and HROD's Technology Data Cluster Lead Business Partner . You will have ke y ownership on all aspects of managing the junior talent in the Technology Group, which includes end-to-end strategy, talent management & development, and engagement with various internal stakeholders to ensure success of the junior pipeline for the Technology group.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Talent, Communication and Engagement
  • Maintain key relationship and craft talent strategy with TG GPP Sponsor and TG Leadership on junior pipelines and strategy
  • Partner with department leads and determine headcount for all junior pipeline programs
  • Drive a strong culture and sense of camaraderie amongst the junior tech e.g. planning and execution of engagement activities etc.
  • Provide guidance and institutionalize processes for TG managers to engage junior talent e.g. coffee/stay chats, keep managers updated on junior program initiatives
  • Manage various pipeline programs (IAP/GIP/GPP) with TG managers

Talent Development
  • Involved in coaching on career planning / development of juniors
  • Implement strategies from candidate placement, mobility/rotation opportunities, engagement
  • Identify learning and development requirements for junior talent

Stakeholder Partnership
  • Partner HR on the overall talent strategy for junior tech talent
  • Partner with the Graduate Recruitment team to craft campus recruiting strategy, diversity initiatives, design and participate in assessment activities.
  • Participate in campus recruitment drive e.g. campus visit, GIC office tours etc.
  • Partner with Talent Acquisition to craft lateral hiring junior hiring
  • Partner with Employer Branding on the branding and engagement strategy for junior tech talent
  • Partner with GIC School to ensure all aspects of junior training needs are planned and implemented

Requirements
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills, able to effectively collaborate and influence across stakeholders and teams to achieve goals and objectives
  • Track record in managing junior campus programs (e.g. intern, industrial attachments, graduate programs, etc.)
  • Keen interest in developing and coaching Technology junior talent
  • Strong business acumen in Technology, capability to identify industry trends and opportunities
  • Minimum 6 years of work experience in a multinational organization, with at least 3 years in a similar role preferred
  • Experience in talent development, early career program manager or Human Resources preferred
  • Desire to learn, working in a diverse environment, interacting with multiple teams and function to support strategic goals

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