Senior Manager, Global MobilityMalaysia,
Life at Grab
At Grab, every Grabber is guided by The Grab Way, which spells out our mission, how we believe we can achieve it, and our operating principles - the 4Hs: Heart, Hunger, Honour and Humility. These principles guide and help us make decisions as we work to create economic empowerment for the people of Southeast Asia.
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We are a small but mighty and collaborative team whose mandate is to build a forward looking and future ready people function at Grab. We are also a relatively new team that is looking to punch above its weight and create a positive impact quickly while having fun.
Get to know the Role
The Global Mobility Manager role is an exciting opportunity to build a Global Mobility Program ground up. The role will focus on all aspects of Global Mobility across Immigration, Relocation and Tax.
The role sits on our People Experience team whose mandate is to ensure that we scale our processes and employee experiences as we grow the company.
The role will focus on building our Global Mobility Program while ensuring we have innovative programs in an evolving external environment. The role will also focus on finding ways to scale these with the employee experience at the forefront while keeping us compliant. As a result, you will often be the face of Pops (People Operations) and seen as a respected advisor, a friendly face with a reputation for your passion in out serving our employees and managers.
The Day-to-Day Activities
1. Define the north star of the Global mobility program at Grab
2. Develop a clear strategy across immigration, relocation and tax
3. Ensure that the company is aware off and protected from various risks arising out of mobility
4. Advise and educate team members on regulations and approaches to international mobility and taxation
Work on ensuring that all our employees have the right to work in their countries
Manage operations for employment visa applications, renewals for existing employees and new hire
Be a trusted advisor to all stakeholders to ensure various considerations are taken into account for various programs
Help define and own the future of work with flexible work options for employees
Work closely with our relocation provider to ensure comfortable relocation for employees.
Hold the providers to a very high standard of delivery
Work on constantly refining our policies and programs to keep us competitive in the market.
Be a trusted advisor to stakeholders on all tax matters
Work closely with payroll teams to ensure taxes are accurately accounted for
Advise on cross border tax issues especially when it comes to equity related taxes and income
Track taxes for international assignments and expats in their home and host countries.
Min 12-15 years of experience in Global Mobility operations and programs with an emphasis on immigration and tax
Deep understanding of taxation and immigration requirements in South East Asian countries
Experience in vendor management is a must
Familiarity with labor regulations in South East Asian countries.
Ability to analyze data and drive data based decisions and actions.
Strong business acumen and business partner mindset
Strong Project and Change Management skills
Passion for out-serving our people
Analytical and problem solving mindset
Strategic thinking and Intellectual curiosity
Be able to step out of your comfort zone, deal with ambiguity
High level of proficiency in Microsoft office specifically excel and PowerPoint or similar tools
We recognize that with these individual attributes come different workplace challenges, and we will work with Grabbers to address them in our journey towards creating inclusion at Grab for all Grabbers.
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