International Human Resources Manager PR18091

Employer: TMEIC
Job Location: Roanoke, Virginia
Category: Other
Employment Type: Full Time
Last Updated: 11/30/2018
Closing Date: 12/14/2018
TMEIC
TMEIC Corporation, headquartered in Roanoke, VA, designs, develops and engineers advanced automation, large AC and DC motors, photovoltaic inverters and variable frequency drive systems. TMEIC Corporation specializes in the Renewable Energy, Metals, Material Handling, Oil & Gas, Mining, Testing and other industrial markets worldwide. We drive industry. https://www.tmeic.com/


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Job Description Job # PR18091
Job Title  International Human Resources Manager                                                                                     Office Location  Roanoke, VA
Business/Department  Human Resources                                                                                                      Sales Territory, if applicable  N/A
General Role Description
Provide a full range of effective operational, analytical, and administrative services for US immigration, global work authorization, and international human resources management
Role Accountabilities
  • Direct US and international work authorization cases to completion, evaluating business needs and ensuring legal compliance and maximum efficiency, coordinating external and internal parties, such as, but not limited to, immigration counsel, international employment counsel, in-country agents and business partners, and management and non-management employees
  • Design, develop, implement, manage, measure, and continuously improve programs, processes, and policies for US and international work authorization in select areas of North/Latin/South Americas, EMEA, and APJ regions
  • Provide subject matter expertise for the design, development, implementation, management, measurement, and continuous improvement of international HR programs, processes, and policies, leading as requested
  • Provide sound advice, recommendations, and service on the human, organizational, and cultural implications of business decisions and issues on the Company’s US immigration, global work authorization, and international human resource management based on relevant trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and a thorough understanding of Company needs, current data, and corporate philosophy
  • Provide HR services and subject matter expertise in the establishment of international branches, subsidiaries, etc., in collaboration with management, as requested
  • Budget, manage, and report costs associated with US immigration, global work authorization, and international human resource management, as assigned
General Employee Accountabilities
  • Bring full effort to bear on tasks assigned by manager
  • Give manager best advice
  • Give earliest notice when work cannot be delivered as specified
  • Cooperate and collaborate with peers and interact cross-organizationally as specified by manager
  • Exemplify Company Core Values:  Integrity, Client Focus, Team Orientation, and Personal Commitment
  • Comply with all Company policies, practices, and procedures and all regulations and laws
  • Recommend viable improvements proactively
  • Ensure effective utilization of business tools and processes
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in international relations or studies, international business, business, human resource management, or equivalent via education and/or experience
  • 2 years’ hands-on experience securing international work authorizations in a corporate environment, excluding experience in a legal firm
  • 2 years’ hands-on experience securing US employment-based non-immigrant work authorizations and permanent residency in a corporate environment, excluding experience in a legal firm
  • 5 years’ HR generalist experience or progressively increasing experience in more than one HR functional area
  • Demonstrated use of keen business acumen to develop, implement, measure, and continuously improve effective programs and processes in US and global work authorization and/or other HR functional areas
  • Demonstrated knowledge of applicable legislation and regulatory guidelines, and their impact on HR and other business processes
  • Demonstrated knowledge and application of HR operational policies, procedures, and practices related to more than one HR functional area
  • Demonstrated skills in independent decision-making, influencing, negotiating, and analytical and creative problem-solving; sound business judgment; and the drive to achieve results
  • Working knowledge of an HRMS
  • Demonstrated successful working relationships with clients, suppliers, and other internal and external contacts
  • Demonstrated successful and positive personal leadership, interpersonal, organizational, administrative, and communication skills
  • Demonstrated continuous improvement in areas of responsibility
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Availability to travel, domestically and internationally, approximately 5%
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