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Associate Vice President - Human Capital
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Experience: 10 to 12 years
Employment Type: On-Site
Source: LinkedIn

About the company:

LogiNext is a global technology and automation company with a focus on the transportation, home deliveries, omni-channel fulfillment and B2B distribution market. Growing at an average rate of 150% YoY, LogiNext has helped its clients digitise and optimise order scheduling, customer communication, routing, dispatching and real-time tracking to reduce logistics costs and achieve operational excellence. A SaaS product configurable for CEP (Courier, Express and Parcel), QSR chains, Retail & eCommerce, and Transportation, LogiNext has more than 200 clients across 50+ countries. Headquartered in New York, LogiNext is backed with $50 million across three rounds of private equity investments made by Alibaba funded companies, Tiger Global Management and Steadview Capital. It has regional offices in Dubai, Mumbai, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

Role and responsibilities:

• Works with VP – Human Capital to identify and establish medium to short term strategic priorities and targets, in line with LogiNext’s policies and guidelines and ensures their successful execution
• Implements initiatives that enables maximum output that fully contributes to the delivery of department goals
• Acts as primary point of contact for recruitment/acquisition matters to line managers across LogiNext and provides professional support and advice
• Oversees the identification of talent pool; guides Recruitment Specialists on the most appropriate source in order to fill positions at the earliest time and with the least cost
• Screens application forms and shortlisted applicants for senior levels
• Builds and maintains relationships with recruitment sources and /or services providers (Universities, Recruitment Sites, National and International Search & Selection Agencies) in order to attract the most ideal candidates. 

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