ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: (functions considered essential as defined by ADA)
Serves as the primary contact for business leaders, HR, and mobile employees throughout the mobility life cycle, providing support by maintaining a working knowledge of the program and investigating and resolving issues.
Participates in workforce planning as the subject matter expert on employee transition activities.
Manages and coordinates various vendors to handle international compensation calculations, including the calculation of hypothetical tax and assignment-related allowances such as cost of living and housing.
Creates Letters of Assignment and provides cost estimates according to the terms of the assignment, policy and special circumstances, as applicable.
Initiates and ensures the completion of pre-departure activities for transitioning employees, such as conducting policy orientation, arranging for work permits and/or visas and overseeing relocation vendor processes.
Coordinates all tax-related aspects for the transitioning employee with tax vendors.
Trains and mentors others on the program guidelines.
Conducts a periodic program review and audit; identifies and implements improvement initiatives, and advises HR leadership on program design implications.
A minimum of ten (10) years’ related work experience in a Mobility Program Management , supporting mobile employees throughout the mobility life cycle is required.
A GPHR or SPHR certification is preferred.
A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or a related field (e.g., communications, business administration, international studies etc.) is required.
Working knowledge of HR functions such as compensation, recruitment and benefits, as well as mobility-related functions such as relocation, housing, taxation, world geography, languages and cultural matters. Proficiency with spreadsheet, presentation and word processing applications, as well as with systems such as the MS Office suite, HRIS, mobility-specific software, electronic mail, and file management. Ability to effectively communicate with others, both written and verbally, with tact and maturity. Strong skills in planning, organization, multi-tasking, analytics and problem-solving. Attention to detail. Advanced reading and writing skills, and intermediate-level mathematical aptitude. Ability to present and speak publicly and lead multi-stakeholder meetings. Ability to handle confidential information, including Protected Health Information (PHI) and all compliance issues in relation to relevant HIPAA regulations. Excellent interpersonal skills across a multi-cultural environment. Ability to build and maintain relationships, lead others and manage projects with a commitment to ongoing learning.