Human Capital Management | Mobility| Analyst/Associate| Warsaw Human Capital Management | Mobility|  …

Goldman Sachs
in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Permanent, Full time
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Goldman Sachs
in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Human Capital Management | Mobility| Analyst/Associate| Warsaw
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Working in the Global Mobility team as a divisionally aligned Assignment Manager, focusing on transfers and short term assignments into EMEA. The role involves responsibility for the counseling / co-ordination of relocating employees, advising managers and HR business partners on mobility issues, and working with the broader team on various projects across a range of mobility topics

Key Responsibilities:
  • Advise divisional managers and / or HR business partners on mobility matters, including:
    • appropriate mobility policy and associated cost estimates
    • potential mobility challenges including immigration, tax and relocation issues
  • Day to day case management of relocations and short term assignments into EMEA, including:
    • working with Relocation Coordinators to create and maintain records for each assignee
    • initiating external relocation service providers and following up on a regular basis to monitor progress of each relocation
    • management of queries and exception requests, including responding to employees/managers directly, forwarding to vendors and escalating queries as appropriate
    • generating and reviewing assignment documentation
    • reviewing allowances for Mobility payroll and liaising with the Mobility Operations Team and Compensation Accounting
  • Generate and review periodic and ad hoc reporting to ensure complete and reasonable
  • Act as escalation point for vendors involved with transferring employees
  • Working with internal Tax teams and external vendors on a variety of international tax and social security matters (e.g., dual contracts, shadow payroll, cross-border social security considerations etc.)
  • Various global and regional project work including policy and process reviews, vendor reviews and compliance-focused initiatives
  • Working with other teams within Mobility, HR and other departments both regionally and globally
  • Experience in a mobility related field, preferred
  • Excellent English language written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong analytical skills and highly detail-oriented
  • Excellent client service and relationship building skills
  • Strong team player
  • Enthusiastic and keen to develop
  • Ability to handle confidential information
  • Technical Skills: Proficient knowledge in Microsoft Office Tools (Excel, Word & PowerPoint). Particularly strong Excel knowledge.

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