Job Title

HR & Administration Manager – Clubs Division


MYKL 1507-7

Job Description

Our client is a leading infrastructure and property developer with operations in Asia and in the Middle East Regions. It focuses on three core businesses in Engineering and Construction, Infrastructure Concessions and Property Development.


The Human Resource & Administration Manager is responsible for providing the full range of HR and Administrative (Inventory, Purchasing, Insurance, Agreements, etc.) support to the Clubs Division.


Report to Group General Manager – Club Operations and Group HR & Admin Director.

Supervise Human Resource Executives & Assistants

Ensure compliance with Corporate Human Resource & Administration Policies.

Develop and implement systems, policies and procedures for the provision of efficient administrative services.

Ensure that approved systems, policies and procedures are consistently implemented and administered throughout the Clubs.

Participate in manpower planning, interviews and recruitment.

Support staff career development and facilitate relocations, reassignments and promotions (‘talent management’).

Coordinate staff training and ensure there is good social interaction within the company.

Assist communications between the company’s management and the staff.

Manage and conduct disciplinary action, counselling, warnings, domestic inquiry, etc.

Monitor administration of staff matters i.e. resignation, transfers, promotions, re-designations, etc.

Prepare and compile employees’ performance (appraisal).

Arrange Staff Insurance Coverage.

Liaise with HQ on staff training programs.

Liaise with HQ HR Division for staff payroll, personal records, benefits and compensation, resignation, etc.

Verify and control staff’s monthly claims.

Oversee all Clubs’ office administration and purchasing matters.

Develop and maintain administrative systems and procedures to provide administrative support for HR projects.

Arrange meetings

Collate and circulate papers

Prepare statistical reports

Enter data in it systems

Follow up on action points

Support special projects or new Clubs set up.

Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the management.


Bachelor’s Degree in HR, Management, Labour Law or Occupational Psychology

Minimum 5 years of generalist HR and administration experience

Specific Skills / Abilities

Good communication & interpersonal skills

Sound knowledge of relevant legislations, e.g. EA, EPF, Socso, etc.

Computer literate

Familiar with payroll systems

Personal Qualities

Pleasant personality

Positive attitude, honest, assertive and initiative

Able to work independently, integrity and maintains confidentiality

Team player


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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