Bristol Myers Squibb Talent Mobility Lead in Tampa, Florida

The Mobility Lead will identify, design, implement and communicate innovative and optimal global and US domestic mobility service solutions that meet the needs of all key stakeholders while staying aligned with established Mobility policies. S/he will analyze the mobility needs of the business, make appropriate recommendations, and execute accordingly. This role serves as a trusted advisor who consistently demonstrates a high level of consultative expertise with global assignees and other key business partners. A primary deliverable, through collaboration with key business partners, is to develop and embed measurable and meaningful assignment outcomes that will maximize the company’s financial investment and assignment ROI. The ability to think strategically and operationally is required to drive and execute consistency within and across all businesses.

Detailed Position Responsibilities:

  • Identifies, designs, and implements optimal mobility service solutions that meet the needs of all key stakeholders through exhibiting deep subject matter expertise in international and US domestic mobility

  • Delivers end-to-end mobility processes and logistics, and effectively consults with and communicates that knowledge to clients/ stakeholders/transferees in an articulate and coherent manner to enable business effective decisions

  • Understands the business’ talent drivers in order to enable effective consultation that results in the most appropriate assignment option selections

  • Resolves matters/queries from employees related to their transfer, while regularly maintaining open lines of communication

  • Partners with the Vendor Management team to ensure effective service from the Global Mobility vendor partners, holding them accountable to SLAs and KPIs.

  • Ensures compliance regarding complex matters such as tax/immigration, global payroll structure, and overall due diligence, partnering as appropriate with Legal, Payroll, Core HR team and Total Reward Center of Expertise (COE)

  • Partners with other Service Line teams in People Services to ensure mobility activities are integrated in the design for end to end employee life cycle processes, and ensures that the processes are operationally efficient

  • Remains knowledgeable on current best practices, industry standards, and leading-edge mobility solutions in order to drive change

  • Leads and/or participate on projects to drive continuous improvement initiatives across end to end service

  • Provides training to mobility partners and COEs as needed

  • Co-owns, with other team members, the global mobility process documentation including mylife@bms, Business Process Manuals, FAQs, Knowledge Articles, training materials and other Vitalize content. Partners with Capability Center teams to develop Local Work Instructions as appropriate

  • Enables the delivery of business relevant data and reporting and interprets and explains complex calculations using strong analytical skills

  • Objectively analyzes and evaluates situations and brings multiple parties with diverse views to consensus

  • Develops and maintains strong client and business relationships; collaborates effectively between functions and across all levels within the organization

  • Positively negotiates and influences key stakeholders, inspires trust, and builds credibility

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • 6-8 years of experience in mobility/international assignment consulting

  • Broad human resources process knowledge; proficiency with Microsoft office products (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) is required

  • Experience building and maintaining successful networks and relationships with key leaders across a functional area to ensure HR Services objectives are supported and successfully delivered

  • Experience working in a global, virtual environment

  • Uncompromising commitment to client and customer satisfaction

  • Effective leadership skills to enhance teamwork and promote collaboration

  • Highly motivated and detail oriented in order to achieve and improve service performance

  • Strong track record in establishing and driving operational excellence and ensuring appropriate steps to effect change

  • Strong consultative and customer services skills, using excellent communication skills while demonstrating an enterprise mindset

  • Acts with a sense of urgency and drive issues through to completion coupled with the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and manage /prioritize multiple activities

  • Capable of exercising independent judgement and discretion utilizing company policies and principles yet knowing when to escalate

Ideal Candidates Would Also Have:

  • Industry designation preferred, CRP, GMS, GMS-T

  • Experience working with current BMS HR enabling systems: Workday, Assignment Pro, ServiceNow (case management)

Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.