Workforce Planning Manager
Consultant Claire Fuerte
Date posted 13 June 20188767 Paseo De Roxas Makati City 1226 Robert Walters Philippines
A Workforce Planning Manager has recently been made available in one of the biggest and well sought-out companies in the Philippines. Your task is to identify and address the gaps between the workforce of today and the human capital needs of tomorrow as part of the job scope.
About the Workforce Planning Manager Role:
You must continuously align the needs and priorities of the organisation with those of its workforce to ensure it can meet its legislative, regulatory, service and production requirements and organisational objectives.
- Identifying risk areas by monitoring, reviewing and reporting on resource allocation, availability and utilisation
- Lead the generation of the following reports: Annual Workforce, Monthly Headcount and Staff cost Report, Attrition Report, Pipeline Program analytics, Leadership Supply and Demand Gap Analysis, Sales Talent Strategy Analytics/Insights, Spans and Layers reporting
- Present all reports and analysis to the Business Leaders and Human Resource Team to provide insights and analysis linking human capital investments (plans and programs) to employee performance
- Work with Business Leaders and HR closely to develop and maintain the critical skills risk assessments for each business
- Identify recruitment priorities against the workforce plan including identifying the base criteria to support the Talent Acquisition team
- Develop recommendations on policies, systems improvements or revisions to address findings and potential issues
- Identify opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce cost per employee
- Flag unusual activity against KPI targets and budgets and propose recommendations for development
- Improve the methodology, processes, policies, tools, measures, governance and expertise to deliver leading Workforce Planning practices within the company
- Develop the technology and people in order to deliver the required improvements
To be successful in this role, you must be vigilant in proposing improvements on workforce and performance, personable, open to learning, collaborate well with others and have a positive attitude, and adaptable to challenging environments.
- At least two years of experience as a people manager
- Five years of experience in a workforce planning function, knowledge in budgeting and forecasting in the perspective of human capital management
- Certifications on the following are an advantage: organisational development planning, industrial engineering, industrial psychology, Six Sigma
The company is a leader for business innovation in the Philippines, with strong business ties around the world.
The Workforce Planning Manager is expected to be creative, solutions-driven, and focused with a can-do attitude.
Apply now for the chance to take on this challenging role.