Hyatt Human Resources Director in JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia
The incumbent will be responsible to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the Human Resources division in line with Hyatt International's Corporate Strategies and brand standards, whilst meeting employee, guest and owner expectations and the implementation of Hyatt’s/“We care for people so they can be their best”/philosophy throughout the hotel.
To ensure the smooth and efficient running of the Human Resources Division, while maintaining Hyatt International's high standards of Human Resources Management.
To represent the Human Resources function on the hotel's Executive Committee and to manage those employees who are part of the hotel’s Human Resources Team, making sure that they provide the appropriate level of professional, courteous and caring service to other employees and visitors to the division.
To prepare the Annual Human Resources Budget and to fulfill the financial objectives of the hotel through proper and efficient management.
To ensure that Employee Facilities within the hotel are maintained to Hyatt International's high standards of operation.
To ensure that a strong Employee Communications Program is in place that maximizes employee's awareness of Hyatt International's Corporate Strategy and operating philosophy/concepts.
To oversee the hotel's recruitment and selection process, providing Division and Department Heads with effective and efficient recruitment solutions.
Ideally with a university degree or diploma in HRM/HRD or Hospitality/Tourism management.
Minimum 3 years work experience as Director of HR, or HR Manager in larger operation.
Good problem solving, administrative and interpersonal skills will certainly be considered as added qualification
Fluency in excellent written/spoken English is a must.
_This position is for Saudis ONLY._
Primary Location: SA-Jeddah-Jeddah
Organization: Park Hyatt Jeddah
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: JED000091
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