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Job Description 

Management fee/Development Engineering/Commercial Banking IT : 0000CCZ8 

Description

 NA   Onboarding Lead  

Onboarding  Lead role as part of IT COO - Business Management > area is expected to manage the day to day onboarding for Perm as well as Non Perm & renewal activities of non-permanent Vendor resources into the organization. As part of the role, communication, follow up with internal and external stakeholders including HR / Recruitment team & vendors is required.

 

It is expected that the individual plays a lead role in the team and is able to plan, coordinate and manage the activities of team members related to onboarding and follows standard operating procedures adhering to HSBC policies & vetting standards as per FIM. It is expected that SLAs for Onboarding and renewals are met and any challenges are escalated to appropriate teams and ensure coordinated resolution.

 
  • Onboarding of candidates should be smooth & they should be productive on day 1
  • Renewals coordination for existing non-permanent resources
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders such as HR, SFR and Business & Procurement
  • First point of contact with respective to new joiners /Vendor teams/Recruitment team to coordinate onboarding activities
  • Ensures maintenance of accurate data in systems for Perm as well as Non-perm including Vendor Rates
  • Ensure accurate MI dashboards on daily, weekly, monthly basis
  • Ensure queries or issues raised by internal stakeholders such as Managers or Vendors are logged and responded on prompt basis
  Detailed BAU Activities  
  • Maintaining Database for Perm as well as Non-perm hires and renewals utilizing operational systems such as Pioneer, GMIS, Vendor Portal, and EC.
  • Manage key facts and data related to Non-permanent workforce such as Rate, Vendor Name, Duration
  • Coordinate with all the stakeholder for updating the renewals.
  • Maintain a database of Fixed Price Contracts or SOWs for onboarded resources
  • Sharing of Clarity Data dump to Vendors and query.
  • Forecasting data on Vendor projected onboarding pipeline
  • Resolve queries arising due Rates from respective stakeholders
  • Follow up for exit formalities of resigned resources. Contract resources & group rehire, flipping the records.
  • Share report with rates and vendor names if any correction required
  • Provide guidance to Hiring Managers and Vendors on Vendor Portal system
  • Ensure all Non-perm resources are onboarded after following thorough Background Verification
  • Coordinate with HR for seeking CLRA license
  • Relationship management with IT Global and Local Suppliers, to ensure that they adhere to compliance requirements and engagement process
  • Addressing IT Vendor Management queries
         

Control and Conduct Statements – for internal use only.

Not for use in external recruitment media Control

All staff are responsible for ensuring the effectiveness of the controls that are in place to manage the risks in the processes and activities that they undertake in their day to day role.

Conduct

Management of conduct is a critical component of all our business activities including, for example, the Group’s strategy and business models, our culture and behaviors, our interaction with customers, our financial markets operations, and our governance and oversight processes. HSBC's approach to conduct is designed to ensure we deliver fair outcomes for our customers and do not disrupt the orderly and transparent operation of financial markets.

 

Focus on conduct is integral to HSBC’s values and principles, and supports the Group’s strategy for sustainable growth and streamlining of business processes and procedures. 

 

HSBC has defined the Global Outcomes relating to Conduct which must be delivered by Global Lines of Business, HOST and the Global Functions. The 15 Global Outcomes are located within the document in this link:

Global Risk FIM / Regulatory Compliance / B.25 Global Conduct Policy

Whilst all 15 Global Outcomes apply across the organization, there are more dominant or relevant Outcomes which relate to specific roles. Below is an indicative guide to show which Outcomes are more likely to apply to this job description. All roles within the organization should adhere to the Outcomes and the local regulatory standards and requirements relating to the markets in which they operate. It is mandatory that the conduct outcomes are included in the profiles and must not be amended.

  Conduct Statement Applicable Strategy & Business Models

1. Our strategy, business models, and the decisions we make deliver fair treatment of customers and do not disrupt market integrity

  No Culture & Behaviours

2. Our culture supports our people and empowers them to consistently do the right thing for our customers and markets in which we operate

Yes

3. Our people are competent and committed to the fair treatment of customers and not disrupting the integrity of markets

Yes

4. We are open to challenge, we acknowledge when things go wrong, we fix things and we learn from our mistakes

Yes

5. We reward and incentivise performance, behaviours and attitudes which deliver the fair treatment of customers and uphold market integrity

Yes Customer

6. We know our customers and understand their needs-we actively listen to them and ask the right questions

No

7. Our products are designed to meet the different needs of our customers, to be competitive and to be understandable

No

8. Our products and services provide a balanced exchange of value between HSBC and our customers

No

9. Throughout our sales and servicing we are efficient, transparent and customer focused

No Markets

10. We manage our products and services so that our customers’ experience is in line with the expectations we set

No

11. We seek to prevent and will proactively identify actions and behaviours that constitute market misconduct, and respond appropriately

Yes

12. Trades are executed in a timely, clear and controlled manner ensuring that optimal execution is achieved for our customers and that HSBC trades are not manipulative

No

13. We manage conflicts of interest and appropriately handle information to reduce the opportunity for misuse

Yes Governance & Oversight

14. Our governance framework provides effective oversight of how we fairly treat customers and uphold market integrity

Yes

15. We engage with regulatory bodies in a timely, open and transparent manner

No  

Qualifications

 

Any graduate in IT

 

Job Field

 : Digital

Primary Location

 : Asia Pacific-India-Maharashtra-Pune

Schedule

 : Full-time 

Shift

 : Day JobType of Vacancy : Country vacancy

Job Posting

 : 14-Mar-2019, 19:40:31 

Unposting Date

 : Ongoing  



16 March 2019
Location: India Maharashtra Pune
Work type:
Full time
Sector:
Banking and Financial Services
Profession:
Other
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