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Early Career Program Manager (AVP) - JPN - Human Resources

Job Req ID 24735509 Location(s) Chiyoda, Japan Job Type On-Site/Resident Job Category Human Resources
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The Early Career Program Manager is responsible for the full end-to-end management of Analyst and Associate experiences including overseeing the following processes for Japan businesses:

Performance Management and Compensation, Career Development, Engagement, Promotions, Manager Capability and Employees Relations.

Performance Management & Compensation

  • Drive Analyst & Associate year-end processes for our franchises, including ratings and compensation
  • Manage compensation data and reporting
  • Execute on Analyst-Associate promotion process
  • Manage Summer Internship Program collaborating early career recruiting team

Career Development & Mobility Opportunities

  • Manage mobility with Analysts and Associates partner with Recruiting, compensation and business stakeholders
  • Provide career coaching and support for those looking for internal opportunities
  • Manage any career development domestic or global rotations

Engagement, Immersion & Offboarding

  • Partner with managers/staffers on the immersion of new talent into the organization hired at the lateral level
  • Maintain a pulse on the population around morale, trends and overall experience through quick chats, Roadshows and other ad hoc feedback mechanisms
  • Partner with the HR Advisor to conduct Exit Interviews with all resigning employees and help manage attrition data
  • Support early career recruiting team for several engagement events.

Manager Capabilities

  • Actively engage with managers and staffers throughout the talent cycle to impart best practices for managing and developing junior talent

Employee Relations

  • Partner with the HR Advisor and Employee Relations to evaluate and resolve all employee relations issues


  • Partner closely with Learning team to execute and implement the new hire induction training program at both Analyst and Associate levels.


  • The ideal candidate will be a college graduate, preferably with 2-3 years of campus recruiting, program management, or other relevant experience
  • Desire to be in a service-oriented environment with enthusiasm and high level of interest in Human Resources and program design and management
  • Strong technical skills, including significant experience using Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to manipulate and manage large data sets
  • Strong communication, writing and oral presentation skills (both Japanese and English capability is a must), with the ability to liaise with stakeholders at various levels of management, including very senior interactions and expectations
  • Ability to prioritize as needed while handling multiple time-sensitive projects and maintaining high level of attention to detail in a very fast-paced environment
  • Willingness to deeply engage with all stakeholders and global/regional counterparts to locally run the program which is globally aligned


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Human Resources


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Time Type:

Full time


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