Do you have an international mindset? Is your objective to be a sounding board for externally deployed employees and their managers? Here’s your chance to make a difference in a growing, dynamic international business.
You own the process for international mobility
As Global Mobility Manager you cover the entire spectrum of international mobility, right from a change in culture and the psychological journey, to the more practical measures needed to ensure professional support for all our 11 international offices. In other words: You will act as the single point of contact for externally deployed employees and their managers, planning and running the process before, during and after an external deployment. We have established a set-up for international mobility, but are still in the process of defining policies and processes. You will therefore be able to make your mark when going behind the scenes in a business in dynamic growth, as a key sounding board for management and employees all over the world.
Areas of responsibility involved:
You can expect 10-20 days of travel per year as part of the job, to advise and work closely with your colleagues worldwide.
You will be part of a strong team in our People & Culture Department, a team with a high level of professionalism and belief in the judgement of the individual. You will work closely with three colleagues to advise our international offices on terms and conditions, benefits and HR legal issues. We prioritise a sensible work-life balance, and our agile approach will give you every chance to plan your work and working hours to a very large degree. Furthermore, we are keen to promote good social cohesion in the workplace and have a very active staff association. You can look forward to being part of an innovative, professional workplace, where you will benefit from world-class influence and professional back-and-forth.
Experience with HR in an international context
We expect you to have three years of experience within international mobility, which has given you a solid understanding of HR within an international context, and experience of such matters as dealing with taxes, social insurance and legal matters. With your experience, you will be able to plan and run external deployments, maintaining full overview of the entire process in terms of the human and practical aspects. You will also be used to working in a high-tech business with an engineering culture that sets high standards.
As a person, you will be motivated by the breadth of the job, and have an outstanding desire to make a difference in an international context. You are internationally oriented, and enjoy working across cultures. You have a flair for stakeholder management, a strong business acumen and can quickly familiarise yourself with any issues that may arise. You can communicate verbally and in writing with various stakeholders in a proactive and professional manner. You are also committed to building and supporting our mobility service.
Last but not least, you speak and write English at an advanced level and ideally several other languages.
We work with security-classified projects, and therefore, you as an employee at Systematic need to have security clearance. Read more here: http://systematic.com/clearance.
Have we not answered all of your questions?
You are always welcome to contact us at tel. +45 8943 2000 and ask for Rikke Rønnau, Director, People & Organisational Services. We continuously assess applications, as we wish to fill the position as soon as possible. Place of work is Aarhus. We look forward to hearing from you.
Since we wrote our first line of code in 1985, privately owned Systematic A/S has grown to an international software house with more than 1000 colleagues with 27 different nationalities, spread across offices in 11 countries and with customers all over the world. Our goal is simple: To improve the world with exceptional software. We deliver software and system solutions for customers within the public sector, the health sector, the defence, the police, the financial sector and the service sector and there are more than 1.000.000 users’ worldwide. We work on a foundation of trust, where we have freedom and responsibility for making decisions in our everyday lives. We are dedicated to making a difference and dare to challenge technology, each other and ourselves. As a new employee at Systematic, helpful colleagues welcome you, and you can look forward to both a mentor arrangement and all the support you need. Together, we can develop and fulfil your potential and make Systematic even better.Ansøg nu