Appleby's strength and success depends on our commitment to recruit and develop people from the communities in which we operate. Our culture is enabling, supportive and meritocratic. Our relationships are based on fairness, dignity and respect.
Who are we?
As one of the world’s largest providers of offshore legal, fiduciary and administration services, a career at Appleby offers you the opportunity to work with some of the most highly respected practitioners in the offshore world.
Why Join us?
Whether you are looking to join our legal, fiduciary or business services teams, we are interested in people with the drive and ability to flourish in a highly professional and friendly environment.
This position is a management role supporting the BVI office in the supervision, improvement and co-ordination of the provision of resources and support services. Duties will include but not be limited to the following:
■ Leading Human Resources management to include recruitment, on-boarding, HR systems administration, compensation and benefits administration, co-ordination of training and resource management.
■ Working closely with the Departments of Labour and Immigration on work permits, renewals and immigration matters.
■ Supporting the BVI Office Managing Partner in the development of policy and procedures that support the strategic direction of the BVI business.
■ Acting as a liaison with Regional IT Director for local BVI performance issues.
■ Organising and co-ordination of local client and staff events.
■ Managing facilities and office supplies to ensure the smooth operation of the business.
■ Identifying areas for operational improvement and increased efficiency.
■ Maintaining a Business Continuity Plan for the BVI office.
■ Project management of both local and globally driven initiatives working as part of a global HR team.
This is a managerial role that would suit an experienced professional with a background in either HR or Operations. The following skills are also required:
■ Highly confidential and trustworthy.
■ Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, staff, partners, directors and clients alike with a minimum of supervision.
■ Excellent organisational skills with the proven ability to balance competing priorities.
■ A degree or qualification in Human Resources Management is desirable.
■ Proven ability to work at a management level with strong influencing and persuasion skills.