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Dir-Human Resources

Wuhan, China
Human Resources


Job Description

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Posting Date Mar 02, 2018
Job Number 18000M8A
Job Category Human Resources
Location Renaissance Wuhan Hotel, Wuhan, China VIEW ON MAP
Brand Renaissance Hotels
Schedule Full-time
Relocation? Yes
Position Type Management

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The Director of Human Resources will report directly to the property General Manager, with a dotted-line (functional) reporting relationship to the Regional Senior Director of Human Resources and will be an integral member of the property executive committee.  As a member of the Human Resources organization, he/she contributes a high level of human resource generalist knowledge and expertise for a designated property.  He/she will be accountable for talent acquisition, succession/workforce planning, performance management and development for property associates, using technology efficiently, and coaching/developing others to help influence and execute business objectives in the most efficient manner.  He/she generally works with considerable independence, developing processes to accomplish objectives in alignment with broader business objectives.  Additionally, he/she utilizes a Human Resource Business Plan aligned with property and brand strategies to deliver HR services that enable business success.

Education and Experience
  • 2-year degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 4 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area.
    OR
  • 4-year bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 2 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area.
Leadership
  • Professional Demeanor - Exhibiting behavioral styles that convey confidence and command respect from others; making a good first impression and representing Marriott in alignment with its values.
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making - Identifying and understanding issues, problems, and opportunities; obtaining and comparing information from different sources to draw conclusions, develop and evaluate alternatives and solutions, solve problems, and choose a course of action.
  • Communication - Conveying information and ideas to others in a convincing and engaging manner through a variety of methods. Strong public presentation skills.
  • Adaptability - Maintaining performance level under pressure or when experiencing changes or challenges in the workplace. 
Managing Execution
  • Planning and Organizing - Gathering information and resources required to set a plan of action for self and/or others; prioritizing and arranging work requirements to accomplish goals and ensure work is completed.
  • Driving for Results - Setting high standards of performance for self and/or others; assuming responsibility for work objectives; initiating, focusing, and monitoring the efforts of self and/or others toward the accomplishment goals; proactively taking action and going beyond what is required
  • Building and Contributing to Teams - Leading and participating as a member of a team to move toward the completion of common goals while fostering cohesion and collaboration among team members.
Building Relationships
  • Coworker Relationships - Interacting with others in a way that builds openness, trust, and confidence in the pursuit of organizational goals and lasting relationships. 
  • Customer Relationships - Developing and sustaining relationships based on an understanding of customer needs and actions consistent with Marriott's Spirit to Serve.
  • Fostering Inclusion - Supporting associates with diverse styles, abilities, motivations, and/or cultural perspectives; leveraging personal differences to achieve objectives; and promoting a work environment where all associates are given the opportunity to contribute to their full potential.
Generating Talent and Organizational Capability
  • Talent Management - Providing guidance and feedback to help individuals develop and strengthen skills and abilities needed to accomplish work objectives.
  • Organizational Capability - Evaluating and adapting the structure of organizational units, jobs, and work processes to best fit the needs and/or support the goals of an organizational unit.
Learning and Applying Personal Expertise
  • Applied Learning - Seeking and making the most of learning opportunities to improve performance of self and/or others.
  • Technical Acumen - Understanding and utilizing professional skills and knowledge in a specific functional area to conduct and manage everyday business operations and generate innovative solutions to approach function-specific work challenges
    • Personnel and Human Resources — Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, labor relations and negotiation, and personnel information systems.
    • Compensation and Benefits - The knowledge of principles, regulatory laws, and application of human resources compensation and benefit methods, including workers compensation and work accident procedures.
    • EEO - Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations that affect employment.  This includes the ability to administer and monitor Affirmative Action programs and analyzing diversity reports. 
    • Associate Relations - Knowledge of the broad range of relationships that could impact an employee, employer, or applicant.  This includes knowledge of federal and state laws, company policies and practices, and ethical obligations to investigate, evaluate, and recommend an appropriate resolution to an employee or labor relations complaint.
    • Recruitment and Hiring - Ability to recruit, interview, and hire qualified candidates.  This includes knowledge of best practices for each stage of the selection system.
    • Training - The ability to perform training needs assessment analysis, develop training programs, and effectively delivering training modules to employees.
    • Payroll - Knowledge of principles and application of human resources hourly and management payroll methods and practices. 
    • Education and Training - Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.
    • Computer Skills - The ability to use HRIS Systems (working knowledge of tools and processes for monitoring and evaluating personnel data), ability to use PeopleSoft software, and ability to use Microsoft Office (excel, word, access, and outlook).
  • Business Acumen - Understanding and utilizing business information (e.g., data used in the Marriott Balanced Scorecard related to Associate Engagement, Guest Satisfaction, and Property Financial Performance) to manage everyday operations and generate innovative solutions to approach business and administrative challenges
    • Applied Business Knowledge - Evaluates market conditions, organizational objectives, and important aspects of the business to accurately diagnose market opportunities and threats; anticipates opportunities and threats, identify issues, and develop strategies and plans. Aligning individual and team actions with strategies and plans to drive business results.
    • Management of Capital Resources - Determines the appropriate allocation of money used to accomplish work goals, and submits expenses according to guidelines; appropriately utilizes and maintains equipment, facilities, and materials needed to perform work activities.
    • Administration and Management - Understands and applies the business and management information involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership techniques, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
  • Basic Competencies - Fundamental competencies required for accomplishing basic work activities.
    • Basic Computer Skills - Using basic computer hardware and software (e.g., personal computers, word processing software, Internet browsers, etc.).
    • Mathematical Reasoning  - The ability to add, subtract, multiply, or divide quickly, correctly, and in a way that allows one to solve work-related issues.
    • Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
    • Reading Comprehension - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
    • Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.