HR Manager

Title: HR Manager (人力资源经理)

Reports to: HR Director

Location: Beijing

Major Function:

Report to HR Director, HR Manager guides and manages the overall provision of HumanResources services, policies, and programs for WWF China.


• Ensures WWF China conforms withapplicable HR related regulations and statutes as well as organizationalprocedures and policies.

• Implementing HR programs andpolicies as needed by the organization.

• Identifying, evaluating, andresolving human relations, employee morale, work performance, andorganizational productivity concerns.

• Support HRD to develop staffingstrategies and implementing programs and plans.

• Identifying and cultivatingeffective and appropriate sources for employees for all job levels. 

• Creating employee training and partof organizational development programs.

• Responsible for the WWF annualperformance management cycle.

• Managing the HRIS and providingstaff and directors with the essential reporting in order to help them inmanaging their employee resources.

• Support HRD to maintain ahealthy C&B system.

• Insuring that every aspect ofhuman resources incorporates the vision, values, and culture of WWF China.

• Work closely with other HR teammembers on certain projects.

• Other tasks assigned by HRD.

Skillsand Specifications:

• Ability to develop HR policypapers.

• Experience on HR system ispreferred.

• Ability to think strategically,with solid problem-solving and business acumen skills.

• Strong project management, timemanagement, and communication skills.

• Able to multitask in a fast-paced environment.

• Positive, willing to learn,creative thinking.

• Excellent inter-personalskills, and team building skills.

• Excellent ability to work crossteams.

• Demonstrated proficiency withMs Word, PowerPoint and Excel.


• Minimum of 5 years in a HR managerial position.

• Ability to speak, write and read Chinese and English.

• Proven Ability to develop HR programs and policies based on new business requirements.

Contact Information

•  Candidates should send a cover letter addressing the selection criteria together with a CV in English and Chinese as email attachments to

•  Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email and please indicate your salary expectation within the cover letter.