Senior Human Resources Business Partner - Global Mobility Specialist

Tikehau Investment Management - Annonces
London, United Kingdom
08 May 2022
07 Jun 2022
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
About Tikehau Capital:

Tikehau Capital is a global alternative asset management group with €34.4 billion of assets under management (as of 31 December 2021). Tikehau Capital has developed a wide range of expertise across four asset classes (private debt, real assets, private equity and capital markets strategies) as well as multi-asset and special opportunities strategies.

Tikehau Capital is a founder led team with a differentiated business model, a strong balance sheet, proprietary global deal flow and a track record of backing high quality companies and executives.

Deeply rooted in the real economy, Tikehau Capital provides bespoke and innovative alternative financing solutions to companies it invests in and seeks to create long-term value for its investors, while generating positive impacts on society.

Leveraging its strong equity base (€2.9 billion of shareholders' equity as of 30 June 2021), the firm invests its own capital alongside its investor-clients within each of its strategies.

Controlled by its managers alongside leading institutional partners, Tikehau Capital is guided by a strong entrepreneurial spirit and DNA, shared by its 683 employees (as of 31 December 2021) across its 12 offices in Europe, Asia and North America.

Tikehau Capital's ESG-by-design approach is an integral part of its investment and asset management strategy. At Tikehau Capital we pride ourselves in our inclusive workplace and culture, where diversity and open mindedness are key to flourish in a dynamic environment.

Tikehau Capital is listed in compartment A of the regulated Euronext Paris market (ISIN code: FR0013230612; Ticker: TKO.FP).

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The HR team are looking to recruit a HR Business Partner - Global Mobility Specialist ("HRBP") to support our North America, UK and non-European employees on the day-to-day HRBP tasks, as well as specialising in and managing all aspects of global mobility for the group.

As a fast paced and rapidly expanding international organisation, we aim to continuously support and foster talent from within and we are therefore looking to increase our internal mobility possibilities for employees across the group. With this focus on internal mobility, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing effective cross border movement, whilst also ensuring that both employees and the organisation are compliant in all aspects such as tax, payroll, social security, immigration, and employment legislation in specific geographies.

For this position, the successful candidate will have experience of working for an international organisation, as well as solid and proven experience of working and interacting with a wide range of stakeholders.

We are looking for a team player, with the ability to take initiative. The successful candidate must be organised and work in a concise and structured manner. You must have strong communication skills and be able to demonstrate the ability to contribute and deliver exceptional service and expertise in complex situations. The candidate must be focused and motivated to contribute a wide range of matters, whilst adopting a process-driven and problem-oriented mindset.

Key Responsibilities:

Responsibilities as Group Mobility Specialist:

We are currently reviewing the Firm's approach to mobility and are looking for a Mobility expert to implement our new approach. The successful candidate will be in charge of:
  • Delivering operational excellence and providing expertise and advice on specific global mobility subject matter;
  • Creating and building a strong mobility framework, which will provide clear and consistent advice on mobility across the organisation - this will be the primary objective;
  • Developing mobility policies and processes that are best practice amongst global firms and providing specialist guidance to local offices and Human Capital staff, in order to enable them to organise transfers effectively and to handle a range of queries from Management.
  • Providing advice and counsel on global mobility related matters, such as expatriate policy, tax policy, employee cross-border movement including foreign national and expatriate issues, foreign tax compliance and the tax equalization process;
  • Acting as an ambassador for Internal Mobility and Career Development;
  • Liaising and support the recruitment team from an immigration perspective during the sourcing, interviewing and hiring stages and ensuring the smooth onboarding for new employees through the visa application and relocation process.

HRBP Responsibilities for UK, North America and other non-European businesses:
  • Delivering people related processes including labour law topics, global mobility, employee engagement and training;
  • Working collaboratively with the Human Capital team to identify improvements to systems and processes that will enhance the delivery of the Human Capital service provided to the business;
  • Actively participating, contributing and leading HR-projects;
  • Coordinating our global Human Capital processes and policies together with local teams;
  • Reviewing and benchmarking the internal and external environment to improve HR policies and initiatives;
  • Acting as a liaison between the local business lines and the HR management;
  • Managing conflicts in a smooth and efficient manner;
  • Providing employees with the appropriate support on daily and ad hoc requests;
  • Providing day-to-day performance management guidance (coaching, counselling, career development...)
  • Supporting the relevant business areas, managers and teams, to define the respective people roadmap reconciling business priorities, HR strategy and practices;
  • Contributing to the business strategy by helping business heads to identify, prioritise, build organisational capabilities, behaviours, structures, and processes;
  • Reviewing key business performance targets and their related talent implications with managers;
  • Facilitating long-term initiatives aligned with the group strategy;
  • Assisting business unit managers in providing employees with development opportunities;
  • Performing tasks and projects on behalf of others where required.

  • Typically requires 10/15 years of related experience in a HRBP position with experience in global mobility
  • Solid individual tax preparation and accounting experience
  • Up to date on local employment legislation
  • Significant knowledge of HR policies, processes (e.g., workforce planning and talent management), and HR development practices
  • Strong project management and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills to teach, advise, and collaborate with cross-functional organisations and team members
  • Strong organisational and prioritisation skills: Ability to manage multiple conflicting priorities

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