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Head of EMEA Employee Eligibility HR Risk & Compliance

London, United Kingdom, Permanent

Posted: 1month ago


We\'re looking for a candidate to this position in an exciting company.

  • Consult with global legal, HR, and business teams to ensure that sound protocols are in place to mitigate risks related to onboarding and eligibility issues.
  • Provide regular written reports to senior HR and Legal leadership on risk and compliance issues
  • Monitor known and emerging risks, measure internal control effectiveness, and develop and own action plans to remediate identified risk issues.
  • Develop deep knowledge of the employee eligibility solution(s) utilized by Amazon, consult on the development of business requirements for new system implementations and enhancements.
  • Draft written narratives to communicate obligations, risk analyses, and recommendations to HR policy, process, and system owners and senior stakeholders.
  • Inventory risk and compliance obligations in a governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) system framework.
  • Conduct on-site and virtual risk control assessments, draft reports detailing methodology, results, and remediation plans.
  • Consult on supporting documentation such as manager and employee communications, FAQs, and standard operating processes.
  • Respond to inquiries and escalations as a Subject Matter Expert.
  • Manage other HR Risk & Compliance projects as needed.
    ยท Up to 10% travel, as necessary.
  • The ideal candidate is seeking to work for a highly innovative company and is motivated by the opportunity to participate in the development of new and leading-edge HR solutions. The successful candidate is highly organized, builds trusting relationships with internal stakeholders at various levels across the organization, adapts quickly to changing demands, demonstrates critical inquiry, attention to detail, and effectively articulates recommendations/conclusions verbally and written. Knowledge of human resources processes and risk/compliance management concepts, particularly in an international context, are preferred.

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London, United Kingdom