International Mobility Specialist
We are now looking for an International Mobility Specialist for the Market Area North America. The position reports to the Head of CoE International Mobility within HR Global Operations.
- Provide strategic IM expertise to the MANA business
- The MANA IM Specialist is the liaison between HR Global Operations and MANA HR teams
- Responsible for effective management of assignees in MANA by:
- Being the main contact for the market area relocation vendor
- Provide consolidated market area highlights/stats during governance meetings
- Ensure compliance to IM programs, directives
- Responsible for collation of IM data (benchmark, immigration etc)
- Be second line support in IM related matters for the market area
- Optimize regional WoW by consolidation of local policies into regional directives, if appropriate
- Responsible for Regional IM comunication to the business when necessary
- Participates/leads IM projects and other team initiatives as assigned
- Host of quarterly regional meetings - responsible for content and facilitating
- Education: Bachelor degree, preferably within Human Resources or relevant experience within required area
- Min years of experience: (2 years)
- Presentation and communication skills
- Proactive, service oriented mind-set
- Knowledge and understanding of: immigration, global mobility compensation, stakeholder management
- Ability to maintain high degree of confidentiality of information
- Very good inter-personal, oral and written communication skills
- Analytical skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
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Req ID: 282238