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Employer: Finastra
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 27.07.2019
    Short company description

    We’re an energized bunch, who love to be at the forefront of innovation. We make it our mission to develop and stay ahead of the latest trends and technology. Our goal? To put customers at the core of what we do and to deliver solutions that drive transformation and unlock the potential of people and businesses.


    - Undergraduate degree with 1-3 years’ experience in a fast paced, corporate environment
    - Solid analytical skills
    - working knowledge of MS Office programs, in particular Excel and Power Point
    - Fluent English – oral and written
    - Ability to coordinate processes and small projects to a deadline
    - Ability to take initiative and follow- through with a passion for high quality work, drive to get things done
    - Strong communication skills; able to tailor message to audience and situation
    - Attention to detail is essential
    - Ability to team effectively and build collaborative relationships across offices and functions
    - Ability to deal with ambiguity and multiple points of view; comfortable escalating issues to relevant stakeholders
    - Ability to work with minimal supervision
    - Flexibility, ability to adapt to a fast-paced business environment
    - High integrity, tact, a positive attitude, and an ability to maintain confidentiality


    - Initiating/preparing and reviewing cost estimates for all Global Mobility policy types
    - Review vendor initiations from Regional HR or HR Shared Services
    - Lead briefing calls with employees for LTA and Perm transfers
    - Initiating/partnering with suppliers for immigration, relocation, international medical and tax services.
    - Advise Business Partners of different global mobility policies and ensuring that the best approach for each individual is identified according primarily to the business’ drivers and secondly to the employee’s needs.
    - Partnering with the regional HR to ensure timely and accurate delivery of global mobility processes
    - Assisting employees with queries on relocation including immigration, tax, shipping, home-finding whilst ensuring compliance and consistency
    - Manage the invoice process including liaising with vendor & finance.
    - Updating and reviewing standard Global Mobility reporting e.g. assignment tracker, ISOS tracker, immigration reports
    - Become a policy expert and encourage knowledge sharing as part of the team culture
    - Manage the perm transfer population for the whole transfer lifecycle