International Mobility Adviser in London

London, London
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£ 50,000 - £ 55,000 per year
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Rebecca Jeans, Digby Morgan
0207 907 2828
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job description

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced International Mobility Adviser to join a a well known financial services organisation in central London.

The sucessful candidate will act as the primary point of contact to expatriates (UK Inbounds and out-bounds), HR and third party vendors on all operational activities throughout the expatriate life cycle. They will provide policy and secondment advice and guidance to HR Business Partners and other key stakeholders and work closely with them and the International Mobility team in their European office to identify and resolve any issues around application of appropriate policy for each assignment.

Responsibilities will include:

* Liaising with HR Business Partners (local and global) to monitor secondment end dates and determine forward planning for expatriates
* Maintain and update expatriate database to ensure accurate records of all secondment related information
* Manage the full lifecycle of assignments including the production of documentation, conducting briefings, initiating vendors, creating payroll instructions and organising repatriations
* Coordination of third party vendors to support expatriate requirements - tax, immigration, shipping, relocation
* Manage the relationship with the UK Border Agency and external Immigration Consultants to ensure that all Visa requirements for expatriates are met
* Approve and process global recharge and vendor invoices in a timely manner
* Manage home leave request and approval process for applicable secondments
* Provide payroll instructions and relevant data to Payroll Manager in a timely manner to ensure that payments and reimbursements are made for expatriate expenses including appropriate taxation where applicable
* Liaise with the Payroll Manager to ensure all relevant expatriate expenses and payroll instructions are approved and processed via the monthly payroll

The ideal candidate will have previous inhouse International mobility administration and policy guidance experience. They will have a good understanding of UK tax and social security legislation, strong policy knowledge and the ability to apply applicable policies to situations.

The ability to work under pressure and prioritise workload with excellent numeracy skills, good written and verbal skills and the ability to communicate at all levels is essential.

If you have the necessary skills and experience, please apply immediately quoting the reference number.

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