Scania is now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of trucks, buses and engines to a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
Corporate Human Resources supports local HR-departments who in turn supplies Scania with qualified and dedicated employees that can grow with the company. By creating framework and standards with a proactive and constructive approach Corporate Human Resources is working with a focus on business driven HR.
The department Global Assignments within Corporate HR is responsible for managing all global assignments in the company and is Scania’s centre of expertise for expatriate related matters.
The Global Assignments department is working with continuous improvements of the global mobility policies and process at Scania, always having a costumer centric approach and trying to find compliant and good solutions for both our expatriates as well as our HR colleagues globally. Scania’s global mobility programme consists of many different country combinations, which entails a diverse mobility programme with high complexity. We are now looking to strengthen our team with a new Global Mobility Specialist. This is a great opportunity if you enjoy working in an international environment with individual taxation and want to further develop your career in Global Mobility.
In this position you will be the driving force in continuous improvements on an operational and strategic level. You will work to improve processes and establish global guidelines, and run/work with various mobility and tax compliance projects.
You will support the organisation and act as an advisor towards HR colleagues, line managers and employees in all areas related to global mobility. You will advise on issues related to compliance, taxation, social security and immigration. You will monitor regulatory developments, identify compliance risks and implement solutions for mitigating these.
The responsibilities include calculations of cost projections, and creating compensation and benefit packages for our expatriates all over the world. You will manage day-to-day interactions with our mobility vendors to ensure a smooth experience for our expatriates, including initiating and monitoring vendor performance.
To be successful in this position, you have a university degree probably within the fields of Law, Business Administration or similar. You also have several years of experience (5+) within the field of international tax compliance and mobility, where you have a strong understanding of both personal and corporate tax issues, and how these can be affected by people movement.
You must possess strong confidence for putting compliance first, with a pragmatic approach for risk assessment balanced with being responsive to business needs. Ideally you also have knowledge of international compensation calculations (home country approach, hypo-tax, mobility allowances, etc.).
It is important that the right candidate for this position is self-motivated, driven, ambitious, responsible, and have high integrity. You are methodical and detailed-oriented in nature and like new challenges. You have a solutions-focused mindset and must be action-oriented. You are also a true team player and have demonstrated strong teamwork and collaborative skills working in a multinational organisation.
Excellent communication skills in English is required, and knowledge in other languages is beneficial. Experience from living and working abroad is an advantage. Excellent IT skills and proficiency using MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint is a must.
What we offer
In addition to a unique opportunity to gain a broad and deep understanding of Global Mobility, we also offer benefits such as beneficial leasing agreements for cars, bonus based on the company’s performance, flexible work conditions, flexible working hours, and wellness contribution which, for example, can be used for a membership at Scania’s fitness centre. If you live in Stockholm, we offer a direct bus service between Stockholm and Södertälje, Scania Job Express. In our team we have a high degree of knowledge sharing and often discuss cases together and support each other. If you join our team you can expect to have fun and learn new things every day!
To get further information about the role please contact Rim Borén, Head of Global Assignments +46 8 553 823 06.
Your application should include a CV, a cover letter and copies of any relevant certificates.
Interviews will be held continuously and we will therefore need your application as soon as possible and no later than 22 April 2021
We look forward to your application!