- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- CN-HONG KONG
The Asia-Pac Talent BMC Leader has responsibility for Talent internal and external communications across the Asia-Pac Area. This role gives strong support to the Asia-Pac Managing Partner, Talent and their leadership in developing and executing Talent communications and related people engagement programs in alignment with the global Talent agenda and specific Asia-Pac priorities.
The role works extremely closely with the BMC Talent Programs Leader, the BMC Talent Leader, the Asia-Pac Communications & Engagement leader and the Asia-Pac BMC Leader to develop communications programs that reflect business priorities that can be tailored and customized by Asia-Pac regions. The leader will work closely with the Asia-Pac Talent leadership team and members of the Asia-Pac Operating Executive on Talent communications and broad People communications across the Area. The role is responsible for integrating Talent messaging into broader Asia-Pac and firm-wide communications and programs, and embedding priority firm messages in “Talent” communications vehicles, channels and events including onboarding, Direct Admit programs, webcasts, Partner conferences and meetings, Talent events such as Milestones, and integrating seamlessly with recruiting and employer brand efforts across the Area. The role coordinates the rollout of key global Talent programs across Asia-Pac, working directly with the Asia-Pac BMC regions. The role also works in close collaboration with media relations and senior leadership at the global and region level, including the Asia-Pac Talent leader and members of the Talent leadership team to execute a proactive external PR strategy to raise awareness of EY’s people brand across Asia-Pac.
The role requires an experienced and professional internal and external communications expert with a strong understanding of the EY network and Talent agenda. The role will be required to build strong relationships and collaborate closely with business leaders and communications professionals within the broader BMC team as well as relevant talent, markets and client-serving professionals and external communications professionals. Experience working in similar internal communications roles is an advantage.
Success in this role rests on the co-development of a Talent communications & engagement strategy that enables the delivery of world-class communications programs that effectively inspire and engage audiences. The ability to manage senior stakeholders and translate complex matters into effective messages is critical.
Essential Functions of the Job:
Work with the Managing Partner, Talent, the BMC Talent Programs Leader and team, the Asia-Pac Communications & Engagement leader and team, and the Asia-Pac BMC Leader to develop to create an Asia-Pac Talent communications strategy that engages our partners and our people around key aspects of the Talent agenda.
Function as a leader in both the Asia-Pac BMC Leadership team and global Talent BMC leadership team.
Produce written internal communications in collaboration with senior stakeholders on critical people engagement topics; provide counsel on best practices and communications innovations
Support the management and deployment of communications at key Talent and firm-wide events and key leadership meetings throughout the year
Support the deployment of firm-wide business messages in Talent communications vehicles
Manage relationships with key Area and Talent stakeholders across the BMC organization and within the business at the Executive level, establishing sponsors and subject matter resources for key communications programs
Work with colleagues to align on strategy and manage consistency in messaging including members of the global BMC Talent team, corporate communications, business enablement, leadership and partner communications, etc.
Filter input from the Region perspective to Area and Global internal communications program development
Provide guidance and input on the development of global communications and engagement programs
Support methods for driving innovation and change across the organization
Take an organizational-level view of implications; manage competing forces and drive understanding, motivation and stakeholder value
Maintain up-to-date knowledge on BMC, internal communications, and talent issues, including market trends and long-term implications for EY’s communications and engagement strategy generally
About the company
A multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is one of the "Big Four" audit firms and is the third largest professional services firm in the world by aggregated revenue in 2014.