Training Manager (WCM) - Food Manufacturing (Based in Huahin)
Handling the WCM training program, training plans and activities for the manufacturing business units; Production, Engineering, QC & QA, Logistics and Supply Chain, etc. to support and drive people development programs aligned with business strategy.
Working closely with the BU heads and the hiring managers to identify opportunities for people capability development based on data analytics, and providing people analytics as required by business leaders or OD leaders.
Ensuring WCM training initiatives are locally implemented in a way to deliver the business results.
Preparing the content of training program, presentations, and tools, as well as conducting the training in both Thai & English.
Drawing overall or individualized training and development plans that address needs and expectations.
Planning, developing, and implementing an effective WCM training program for the company to ensure the systematic and continuous development of human capital.
Proactively building close and effective relationships with the BU heads, managers and employees, including providing advice, coaching and guidance in leadership and HR related areas.
Directly reporting to the HR Director.
Male / female, aged 30 or above, with a mature personality.
Bachelor’s or higher degree in Industrial Engineering or related.
7+ years’ experience in manufacturing from the food & beverage or FMCG industry, with experience in technical / engineering roles, as well as training experience.
Must have a solid knowledge of WCM, TPM, LEAN, etc. in both technical & practical terms, and must be able to conduct training to all levels of employees.
A good understanding of technical manufacturing finance principles and WCM.
Good command of English - reading, writing and speaking. Computer literate.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with analytical, logical or systematic thinking skills.
Must be able to work independently. Ability to work and engage cross-functionally with multi-tasking skills.
Since PRTR’s establishment in Thailand in 1990, we have been a part of a roller coaster ride called Thailand's economy. We have witnessed the highs of the property boom, the collapse of the currency, the pain Thailand suffered facing up to the stringent demands of the IMF, the demise of the American mortgage market, Thailand’s ongoing political power struggle and the recent devastating floods. We are now playing our part in Thailand's future, which will see a steady annual growth, improved health and welfare services, a decrease in poverty, an increasing domestic demand from a growing middle class and a business environment that dictates transparency and increased honesty. We currently have 5 offices in Bangkok and 2 offices in the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand employing a total of 232 staff with a further 41 staff supporting our client partners at their locations in Thailand. Our plan is for PRTR to become Thailand’s most successful recruitment, staff outsourcing and business process outsourcing services group of companies.