NA Comp and Mobility Consultant

This position is responsible for independently advising and consulting assignees and management regarding Global Mobility policies and processes. The global mobility consultant leverages global mobility expertise to lead a portfolio of global mobility assignments (including short & long term international assignments, permanent transfers, and commuters). This position requires an ability to work with various levels of employees and management and partnering within a global virtual team.
Principal Accountabilities
Assignment Management 80%
Primary point of accountability to stakeholders, delivering Cargill's global mobility program.
Responsible for managing assignment details through the duration of an assignment. Monitors, anticipates, and proactively resolves matters that arise during international assignments.
Continuous improvement focused - asses global process and procedures and make recommendations to global mobility leadership on improvements and development of practices
Effectively and strategically communicate and explain information to ensure smooth execution of assignments; this includes communication with the employees on assignment, Global Mobility team members, Cargill partner teams, and external partners.
Partner with internal teams to stay informed on areas such as tax, compensation, benefits, immigration, corporate tax, and relocation.
Independently conduct necessary research and analysis to provide global mobility, localization and permanent transfer recommendations to customers.
Apply empathy and advocacy principles to customer service delivery.
Build & share global mobility knowledge with global team of Compensation & Mobility consultants, leveraging both internal and external best practices.
Develop & share Cargill business knowledge.
Leverage technology to ensure accurate and complete tracking of data, manage elements of assignments, and work with vendors.
Vendor Management 20%
Manage the vendor's in Global Mobility processes and continuously assess to ensure most effective partnership based on Global Mobility objectives.
Ensure accountability for adherence to the contract, service level, agreements and work with vendors to resolve any issues or inconsistencies.
Hold vendors accountable for positive customer experience and help navigate assignees through potential vendor issues to successful resolution
Leverage technology to initiate & oversee processes.
Required Qualifications
Bachelor's degree
5 years of global mobility experience
Demonstrated success in collaborating across varied stakeholder groups
Proven ability to successfully manage multiple priorities
High level of tact and ability to handle sensitive employee data and financial information
Excellent customer service, problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to communicate effectively with varied levels of employees; Ability to communicate effectively across cultures and demonstrate empathy
Ability to be flexible in a changing and ambiguous environment
Ability to interface effectively within a global team environment and partner with multiple business' and functions
Strong personal initiative and ability to autonomously anticipate and resolve issues
Proven analysis skills sufficient to ensure that compensation package modeling and tax calculations are accurate
Affinity for technology and proficient user of standard applications (such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Sharepoint, Skype for Business, and Excel)
Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field
Fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese
Accredited mobility and/or HR certification
Understanding of Cargill organization
Familiarity with HR technology (AssignmentPro, SuccessFactors, PeopleSoft and/or SAP)

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