Global Policy Lead

Employer: Finastra
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 27.02.2021
    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.


    What you’ll bring to the table:

    - Creative thinking with experience in dreaming big, pushing boundaries, and always bringing fresh ideas to the table
    - 5 years of experience in drafting policy
    - Exceptional written, presentation, and verbal communication skills
    - Experience implementing projects in a fast-paced environment
    - Experience with change management


    We are looking for an experienced policy advisor who will be dedicated to supporting Finastra’s mission to become the most loved and diverse employer in fintech. You are someone who seeks to do world firsts in the policy space – a dreamer! Reporting into the People Team Vice President, this role will work closely with our People Team Centers of Excellence, Regional Business Partners, and the Risk Management Team to co-create and implement policies.

    Work remotely temporarily due to COVID-19, then convert to hybrid working from our gorgeous and modern office in Bucharest.

    What you’ll be doing:

    We’re a learning organization with a growth mentality, and we’re always looking for ways to improve our policies, processes, and ourselves. With that, you will be responsible for designing, writing, and implementing policy solutions for a wide range of People issues. You will lead the development of comprehensive, cohesive policy frameworks and supporting materials.

    Using your strong communication skills, you will cultivate internal partnerships and collaborate cross-functionally with the People and Risk teams to ensure we benefit from each other’s strengths, keep others informed, and eliminate surprises.