Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 150 countries and jurisdictions.
Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.
Our core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments and accessing the capital markets on behalf of our clients.
Citi APAC has a presence in the region dating back to 1902 supporting hundreds of thousands of wealth management clients and over 10,000 Institutional clients connecting clients to our network across more than 160 markets globally.
Citi’s revenue base is well balanced across products and the 16 markets in which the bank operates in across Asia Pacific.
Citi has multiple engines for client led growth across its franchise to build further on the growth seen across the region in 2021 and to support Citi’s global strategy.
The Senior Human Resources Officer (SHRO) for the Head of APAC is a direct report to Citi’s Global Head of Human Resources being responsible for all the HR functions and processes and will serve as a member of the HR Operating Committee (HROpCo).
Citi is looking to appoint an experienced HR professional, with extensive expertise across all HR functions, both strategic and operational, and with demonstrated success in running the HR function well with a business perspective.
The role involves working with stakeholders across all Citi businesses and the APAC region and partnering with corporate colleagues to provide insight into strategic initiatives.
The scope of this role encompasses the full spectrum of HR processes and functions. Among the broad list of accountabilities, the critical priorities for the role are :
The ideal candidate will have 10 to 15+ years HR experience with strong executive presence and ability to drive the Human Capital strategy across all levels of APAC.
S / he will have the ability to build trusted relationships with peers and interact effectively with employees, Corporate and external partners at all levels and be a critical partner with the business in developing HR strategies for the Asia Pacific countries across sectors.
Key competencies for the role include :
Results Orientation : The individual will have shown the ability to deliver measurable, accurate and timely results that have a clear, positive impact on the organization.
S / he must be able to run the function effectively and should be high energy, driven to get things done, and strong in operations.
S / he should be a trusted advisor to the APAC CEO and the senior leadership team.
The individual should be able to rapidly gain respect and credibility based on his sound judgment, rigorous fact based analysis, courage to express his / her point of view and capacity to put his recommendations into action.
S / he will have excellent leadership skills, as evidenced by a track record of hiring, retaining, developing and motivating top-tier talent.