Full Time Job

Production HR Manager

Netflix

Seoul, Korea 07-04-2020
  • Paid
  • Full Time
Job Description

It's an amazing time to join Netflix as we continue shaping the future of global entertainment. We are bringing new stories to millions of people worldwide by promoting our original, exclusive content. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without adverts or commitments.

Like all great companies, we strive to hire the best and we value integrity, curiosity, excellence, respect, inclusivity, and collaboration. What is special about Netflix, among other things, is our culture.

Netflix is looking for a motivated and dynamic person to join the Production HR Team. The Production HR Manager will support Netflix Original Productions created in Japan & Korea and will have the opportunity to help shape the function within these countries during an exciting period of growth. Our aim is to ensure that all Netflix Original productions are safe, inclusive and respectful environments that allow individuals to be free to create their best work to spark joy for our members. This is a role that covers both South Korea & Japan and can be based in either our Tokyo or Seoul office.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be flexible, focused, with a 'can-do' attitude and the ability to thrive in a fast-growing and fast-paced environment. Reporting to the Manager, Production HR - APAC, this role will be based in either the Japan or Korea office.

The Production HR Manager will work closely with internal teams such as Physical Production, Safety, Security, Employment Legal, Production Finance and Business Affairs of Japan/ Korea offices to provide support to a production client base that includes executive producers, line producers, heads of departments, cast, and crew.

Responsibilities:
• Facilitate in-person harassment awareness training sessions to production talent and crew members in Japanese and Korean languages
• Work closely with cross-functional partners to provide guidance and recommendations around labour standards, especially with regards to child actors/minors on set and other applicable local and international child labour standards
• Assist with the understanding of local working practices in both Japan & Korea
• Conduct investigations collaborating with PSC and the Employment legal related to workplace fraud, harassment, discrimination and safety
• Partner with external production companies to provide support and guidance on people issues
• Manage all employee relations matters within production
• Embody our culture through behavior and interactions
• Invite and promote constructive and ongoing feedback

Requirements:
• Knowledge of production and the working conditions and experiences within a production environment (desired)
• General knowledge of safety requirements and experience with conducting training
• Experience of dealing with employee relations issues
• A collaborative style with the ability to influence others into action and to think creatively about solutions
• The ability to communicate confidently, succinctly and logically both verbally and in writing in Japanese and Korean
• Flexibility, tenacity and curiosity
• Working knowledge of Labor Relations laws and Union guidelines of Japan & Korea
• Passion for the business; driven to accomplish and meet objectives
• Ability to travel both domestic and international, as external conditions permit.
• Language skills in English, Japanese and Korean are ideal

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