Talent Acquisition Manager

Recruitment Information

Job Description

– Collaborate with key stakeholders, manage the annual hiring budgeting, workforce planning, communication strategies, recruiting metrics & reporting, and people management.

– Identify opportunities for continuous improvement by building the candidate experience, improving data and analytics, and providing competitor intelligence.

– Design and implement an overall recruiting strategy.

– Partner closely with the Hiring Managers to identify, build and execute effective recruiting strategies to engage the best and brightest talent.

– Manage pipeline activity and maintain data integrity while proactively sharing data-driven updates with key partners.

– Organize and attend career fairs and industry meetups.

– Lead, manage and drive our strategic sourcing plans to deliver and build for scale by recommending and implementing strategic hiring plans aligned with business objectives and Talent Acquisition initiatives.

– Inspire your team to creatively approach sourcing and recruiting.

– Manage the recruitment process and life cycle, including initial assessments, interviews and offers.

– Build the company’s professional network through relationships with HR professionals, colleges and other member units or partners.

– Coordinate with department managers to forecast future hiring needs.


–          Graduated from university, major in Human Resources Management, Business Management, or related majors.

–          Have valid certificate of English competence, equivalent IELTS 6.5.

–          Proven work experience as a Recruiting Manager, Recruitment Consultant or Recruiting Coordinator.

–          Have at least 04 years of experiences as Talent Acquisition Manager or similar HR role.

–          Hands-on experience with Applicant Tracking Systems and HR databases

–          In depth knowledge of full life cycle recruiting and employer branding techniques.

–          Proficent in written and spoken English.

–          Familiar with social media and other professional networks.

–          Strong organizational and project management skills.

–          Have good computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

–          Proactive and adaptive flexibility, solution oriented.

–          Travels when required.