In-house Global Mobility Consultant - Boston, USA

Company Name:
JAM Global Mobility
Ref No: NH/45877/GM
Package: $Negotiable + Benefits
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Type: Global Mobility Consultant - In-house Opportunity
Type: Permanent
Languages: English (essential) any additional languages (desirable)
Hours: Full-time
Availability: ASAP
Contact Name: Nick Hayden
Contact Company: JAM Global Mobility

The Background:
This leading organisation is actively seeking a Global Mobility Consultant to join their growing team. Reporting to the Global Mobility
, you will be responsible for managing the internal assignment process from start to finish.

The Role:

The successful candidate will be responsible for but not limited to the following:

Provide support to assignees and line managers when the Global Mobility Manager is not available

Preparation of employment letters, assignment letters and remuneration worksheets

Calculates cost of living allowances and hypo-tax/NI amounts

Maintaining assignment data

Providing settling in and host country support for inbound assignees

Invoice and expense management

Ensuring costs are recharged to the businesses

Update remuneration statements

Monitor assignment end dates, start dates and drafts letters accordingly

Draft immigration letters

Researches immigration requirements for potential overseas projects

The Person:
The successful candidate will have previous experience of dealing with: global mobility or expatriate management issues. Applicants will ideally be educated to degree level and able to speak at least one foreign language.

To Apply:
Please forward your CV along with salary details to quoting the reference number NH/45877/GM or by calling Nick Hayden on +44 (0)161 905 7917. You can view his LinkedIn profile at:
In compliance with the new regulations (April 2004) in place under the Employment Agencies Act, JAM Global Mobility will require proof of identification.

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