segunda-feira, 31 de outubro de 2011

International Assignment Specialist

Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with its head office in Toronto, and mines and projects in the United States, Canada, Russia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Ghana and Mauritania, and employs approximately 7,000 people worldwide. Our core values are putting people first, outstanding corporate citizenship, high performance culture and rigorous financial discipline. We are dynamic, innovative, and passionate about who we are and how we work, and we do not compromise when it comes to doing the right thing in the communities where we operate. At Kinross, we pride ourselves on being skilled, responsible operators who strive not only to meet, but to exceed, regulatory requirements for both environmental and health and safety performance, wherever we operate. Putting people first is a core Kinross value, and our chief priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of every employee and contractor who works for us.
Role Profile
Ensures smooth and efficient transitions from home to host country for all International Assignees and ongoing administration of all related programs.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY & DUTIESManages policy and processes relating to International Assignments. Acts as first point of contact for International Assignees
Prepares all international assignment offers in accordance with the International Assignment Policy. Ensures consistent interpretation and application of the policy.
Manages end-to-end relocation process for International Assignees, coordinating all aspects between internal departments and sites, and with external providers. Includes: relocation, payroll, tax, immigration, health & dental benefits, and all other benefits under the International Assignment Policy.
Acts as first point of contact for International Assignees throughout the relocation process and the duration of their assignment, explaining the International Assignment Policy and benefits available to them, answering questions, and providing guidance and support as required.
Monitors immigration status for all Assignees globally and inpats to Canada, ensuring appropriate legal documentation is in place and maintained.
Responsible for coordination with external providers on any changes or issues relating to benefits, compensation, tax, immigration, etc.
Coordinates annual tax preparation process.
Calculates cost / quality of living allowances, using data / systems provided by a third party. Monitors and communicates changes to these allowances.
Provides summary reports and other information as required.
Identifies opportunities to improve the International Assignment Policy, procedures or processes, and implements changes as required.
Monitors external providers
Maintains good relationships with external providers (relocation services, tax, immigration, benefits, compensation, etc.).
Reviews provider bills, and ensures prompt payment.
Acts as internal expert on International Assignments.
Keeps up to date on trends in international compensation & benefit programs, and provides recommendations for changes to existing programs.
University degree or diploma in Human Resources Management, or a related discipline
3-5 years of HR experience, including specialized experience in expatriate issues, and knowledge of international compensation, benefits, payroll, taxation and relocation
Able to apply broad knowledge to issues that arise, take ownership of the issues and make recommendations for solutions
Strong attention to detail and strong numerical skills
Excellent interpersonal, relationship management and communication skills
Good understanding of other countries and cultural differences
Proactive rather than reactive approach
Sense of urgency, and ability to deliver accurately to tight deadlines
Strong computer skills
Able to think creatively and problem solve
Ability to communicate in Spanish, Portuguese and/or Russian is considered an asset
Experience working in the resource industry (mining, oil/gas or power in particular) is considered an asset

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