This position will be based in any country where CARE US is registered. The successful candidate will be placed on a national contract and paid in the applicable currency
75 years ago, a small group of Americans sent the world’s first CARE package on a ship across the Atlantic Ocean. They refused to stand on the sidelines while millions of Europeans faced starvation.
Much has changed since World War II but CARE’s commitment to helping people has not.
Nowhere is this truer than In Asia. Home to 60 percent of the world’s population and two-thirds of the world’s poor, CARE staff work tirelessly to improve health and living standards.
We help women advocate for labor rights in Laos. Strengthen nutrition in Nepal. Reduce poverty in Pakistan. Advocate for books and girls’ education in Bangladesh.
With an annual budget of $650 million and a global team of 7,000, CARE works in every corner of the world to save lives, defeat poverty and make the world a more just place.
We know that CARE’s success depends on more than proven programs and creative ideas. It also requires great people. That’s why we’ve been adding people for 30 years.
But to grow and thrive, our people need to be part of an strong team and feel valued. That’s where you come in.
Whether you call yourself an HR professional or a Business Partner, we need you to promote a fun and inclusive workplace.
To ensure that employees learn and improve. Provide guidance on thorny personnel issues. Create competitive compensation packages.
One that values hard work, feedback and continuous improvement, inclusion and commitment.
and assignments to help staff stretch their skills and flex their creative muscles.
You will oversee internal and external audits and ensure reporting to relevant audiences. You will also incorporate human resources policies into the rhythms and work of Asia region staff.
Your experience is in a variety of areas, such as employee relations, compensation and benefits, engagement, career development and performance management.
You have a basic understanding of US employment law.
You are also adept at guiding managers towards solutions on human resources issues.
Your knowledge and gravitas makes you a trusted partner to senior managers.
You are a trusted thought partner to our senior leaders and a go-to person for our employees. You lean in with empathy when the situation calls for it and provide perspective and honest feedback when there is a need to course correct.
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