North America / United States / NY / New York City
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Global Immigration Analyst (Remote USA) – 108396
Human Resources – USA New York, New York
Global Immigration Analyst
Nielsen, an organization of approximately 16,000 global employees, is looking for a Global Immigration Analyst. Reporting to the Director of Global Mobility the analyst will facilitate the work authorization and immigration process for businesses across the United States and will be responsible for rolling out a similar process globally. The successful candidate will partner with and consult to business leaders, manager and the People Team about the immigration process.
This ideal candidate is a self-starter that will quickly grow to understand business needs and build highly productive relationships both internally and externally.
Location: United States (Remote), Central or East Coast timezone preferred
- Consult to managers, talent strategists, PX partners and employees and liaise with our external immigration attorneys on all US employment visas, permanent resident applications,
- and immigration related questions.
- Manage US immigration options, processes, timing, and cost expectations with Nielsen Business and HR Leaders.
- Meet with the business and HR leaders to understand upcoming immigration needs and provide strategic advice to the business to maximize impact.
- Lead immigration review and integration for all merger and acquisition projects
- Lead Staffing, HR, and Managers through immigration sponsorship questions during the recruitment process.
- Responsible for reviewing all immigration paperwork and signing on Nielsen’s behalf.
- Regular reporting and annual cost analysis
- Advising the team and business on fast-paced immigration reforms and policies and communicating about new and proposed regulatory developments.
- Manage Nielsen’s US sponsorship policy.
- Create US immigration support documentation and training as needed for recruiting, HR business partners, and managers.
- Advise and train HR on I-9 completion for Foreign Nationals.
- Create and maintain immigration files.
Professional Experience and Required Skills:
- 3-5 years of progressive experience managing immigration processes in a legal or for a global company, preferably with high tech experience
- Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to translate complex legal language into easily understandable content for the business and People Team
- Strong expertise in vendor management, project management, problem analysis and resolutions
- Effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Ability to quickly establish credibility to partner effectively with business leaders and colleagues to define and deliver effective processes, programs and tools that support the business goals
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Do you want to move the industry forward with Nielsen? Our people are the driving force. Your thoughts, ideas and expertise can propel us forward. Whether you have fresh thinking around maximizing a new technology or you see a gap in the market, we are here to listen and take action. Our team is made strong by a diversity of thoughts, experiences, skills, and backgrounds. You’ll enjoy working with smart, fun, curious colleagues, who are passionate about their work. Come be part of a team that motivates you to do your best work!
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Job Type: Regular
Primary Location: New York,New York
Secondary Locations: IL – Chicago, Remote, ,