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Human Resources Manager - Asia Pacific Region

Human Resources | Beijing, China | Full Time

Job Description

Human Resources Manager - Asia Pacific Region

Tapjoy's Maximum Impact PlatformTM provides mobile engagement and monetization services for leading advertisers and app developers. Advertisers rely on Tapjoy's diverse suite of rewarded InterplayTM ads including video and rich media to impact performance. Developers utilize our technology and mobile expertise to acquire and monetize users. The Tapjoy SDK is currently embedded in over 15,000 mobile apps, reaching 520 million monthly active users. A 2016 comScoreTM study confirmed Tapjoy Interplay® ads deliver an unprecedented 3x lift across all brand metrics. The company works with Fortune 500 brands and the Top 200 grossing app developers. Founded in 2007, Tapjoy is a global organization with more than a dozen offices worldwide and is headquartered in San Francisco.

Tapjoy is backed by top-tier investors, including J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Rho Ventures, North Bridge Venture Partners, InterWest Partners and D.E. Shaw Ventures. Headquartered in San Francisco, the company also has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Santa Barbara, Boston, London, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo.

Job Summary

Based in our China or Korea office, you will provide Human Resources support to 3 different offices.  No two days will be the same, your knowledge and experience in Human Resources will be key for this role.  You will need a breadth of HR skills and must be willing to jump in wherever needed.  The role will consist of a variety of HR areas as well as Facilities and Administrative Services management.  You will partner with local leaders and have a matrix management structure with the Corporate Human Resources team back in the United States.


You will collaborate with corporate HR to facilitate regional and country specific delivery of HR services including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Organization Development, Training, Compensation, Benefits, HRIS, and Administration. Partnering with the business leaders in each country office, you will help coach management and support the achievement of business results.  In addition, you will: 

  • Provide interpretation and guidance on HR policies and procedures.

  • Analyze trends and metrics in partnership with corporate HR to develop solutions, programs, and policies.

  • Apply knowledge of current legal requirements to ensure regulatory compliance.

  • Work with local management and recruiting to ensure country hiring plans are met with quality staff

  • Provide day to day performance management guidance to management and staff

  • Manage and resolve employee relations issues

  • Identify training needs and support a learning culture

  • Provide input and guidance on workforce planning and reorganizations

  • Support company values and culture

  • Oversee Facilities in all 3 locations as well as oversee the Administrative functions for each office.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree and 5-7 years of professional work experience is required.  This includes all aspects of HR. Must have created and worked thru both HR Administration and HR Project Management.

  • Candidates must be willing to travel up to 25% of the time

  • B.S. Degree in Business Management, Human Resources Management, Business Administration or a related field preferred.

  • 5+ years of generalist experience, including Business Partner support role.

  • Experience in Asia Pacific HR for a Multi-national company is essential; high tech industry including sales and service organizations preferred.

  • Strong knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines including recruitment, compensation, benefits, employee relations, performance management, training, and organization development

  • Ability to work effectively with remote organizations and manage remote staff in multiple locations.

  • Deep knowledge of legal and statutory requirements and/or strong network of contacts for applicable countries within Asia.

  • Able to see the big picture and work on strategy while being hands on with the day-to-day function.

  • Demonstrated ability to coach management teams and communicate effectively across cultures.

  • Strong analytical, creative problem-solving, project management, and change management skills.

  • Process and detail-oriented; passionate about quality and continuous improvement.

  • Ability to thrive in a highly collaborative and team-oriented environment.

  • Computer skills in MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook) and SharePoint. 

  • Japanese, Chinese, or Korean language skills a plus.