Job Description The Global Mobility Team is part of the Global Talent Management COE, and is responsible for managing all of Teva's mobility processes and service delivery including international assignments and global relocations, across US, Canada, Latin America, Israel, Europe and Asia Pac, as well as domestic relocation activities in the US. The Americas Mobility Senior Manager is located in Parsippany, New Jersey and reports directly to Teva's Head of Global Mobility. This role will oversee the end-to-end support for Teva's assignee population, including long term, short term, international commuters, one way (local to local) relocations, and US domestic relocation. This role will also liaise with HR and Senior Business Leaders for mobility advice and talent management, vendor management, and other related mobility activities. Single point of contact for all mobility into the Americas (US, Canada, Latin America) and US Domestic Relocation Contribute to the evolving needs of Teva's mobility strategy Provide high quality consultation pertaining to cost effective mobility solutions, immigration, tax and general relocation requirements Manage relationships with service partners for relocation, immigration, and tax with particular focus on promoting accountability and operational excellence. Collaborate with HRBP's, Total Rewards, and Talent Acquisition as needed for assignment/ relocation structure and compensation Be a champion of change to assist in development and implementation strategy for link to Talent Management Focus on data and analytics; provide input and data for regional and global dashboard Escalate exceptions to the global mobility leader Collect feedback from assignees on service and satisfaction Ensure operations and processes are both efficient and scalable and have the ability to bring new ideas and solutions Serve as an example of high responsiveness and customer service Review assignment related documents for accuracy and reasonableness Partner with team members in EMEA and Israel Qualifications Bachelor's degree 10+ years of experience in the development, management and administration of mobility programs Customer-focused, with the ability to effectively and quickly build relationships and establish trust, respect, competence, and confidence Specific experience with the strategy, design, compliance and administration of expatriate programs, relocation policies and processes, immigration requirements and processes, payroll and equity and tax processes related to mobility Project management and effective organizational skills; ability to multi-task and juggle multiple priorities Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written, ability to present views in clear and compelling manner Pro-active and able to operate at a fast pace with clients and ever-changing business needs Anticipates internal and external challenges or hurdles; recommends new and innovative solutions to complex problems Global mindset is necessary and some travel required.Salary Range: NAMinimum Qualification11 - 15 years
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