Singapore

Personnel Manager

Position Title: Personnel Manager, OM MTI
Accountable To: Executive Director (ED), OM MTI
Position Type: Part-Time, Self-Supporting
Hours Of Work: 20 hours per week (Flexible working hours possible)
Date Commencing: As soon as possible
Location: Singapore OR anywhere in Asia

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Requirements

The Personnel Manager, a key member of the OM MTI Head Office team, may be based in Singapore (head office) or anywhere in Asia. As a member of the OM MTI team, the Manager will assist the Executive Director and work with other members of the OM MTI team in the areas of personnel recruitment, training, membercare and performance management, as well as in corporate and strategic planning, to support the expansion of OM MTI’s work as we move into the next phase of development for OM MTI.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

+3 Years

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