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Regional Benefits Leader, Asia Pacific

Singapore, Singapore; Sydney, Australia

Job Description

Requisition ID: 1700184745W

Johnson & Johnson Global Benefits is currently recruiting for a Regional Benefits Leader located in Asia Pacific.
You will be responsible for the design and development of innovative benefit, retirement, absence and disability management programs that attract, engage and retain employees who will drive results for our patients, customers and stakeholders.
You will craft, evaluate and modify policies to ensure that programs are employee focused, competitive and in compliance with legal requirements. You will assist in the development of recommendations relative to the Company’s ongoing global benefit strategy, providing expertise and leadership in the evaluation and selection of suppliers, consultants, and other business partners, including the negotiation of fees and contracts. You will provide HR and business leaders insights on program effectiveness and trends in the marketplace. You are externally connected, involved in professional associations and other benefit venues to understand the external environment monitoring leading and emerging practices to craft the future of Johnson & Johnson’s benefit programs.
You will:
  • Provide expertise, advice and direction for countries in the specified region in benefits, retirement, absence, disability management and related matters;
  • Assess current benefits programs, market and market trends, legislative, tax and social changes that impact current programs;
  • Analyze and review benefit and social programs within each country and recommend changes and improvements as necessary to ensure the programs are efficient, market competitive, compliant with local tax laws, etc.;
  • Conduct/validate benchmarking analyzes by country and region and for competitive/peer groups;
  • Design and develop templates, decision matrix and processes so programs are assessed and evaluated on a consistent basis throughout the world;
  • Assist in the development of reporting metrics and benchmarking regarding current plan performance and costs, including risks and opportunities;
  • Assist in the communication and valuation of Total Rewards per country to develop a cost assessment relative to the market, and make recommendations as appropriate;
  • Assess overall benefits programs in adherence to internal policies and external legislation including compliance of all regional (e.g. EU) and country legislation;
  • Develop tools, training and mentoring the Regional Total Rewards Leaders for country Human Resource Leaders in regards to ongoing benefits management;
  • Establish policies and procedures for Global Benefits Programs;
  • Assist with global initiatives or policy-building even if the initiative centers outside of the region;
  • Special Projects – these projects will center on benefits projects, but may overlap policies and programs – some include: benefit and social programs review, vendor assessments/selection, performance guarantees, benchmarking, business requirements, etc.

  • BS degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Finance or a related discipline. MBA preferred;
  • Minimum of 10 years working in a Consulting or Global Benefits function with proven background in design, development and delivery of benefit programs for large multinational companies;
  • Knowledge of emerging global market trends, cultural and competitive practices and legislation;
  • Strong analytical skills and comprehension of insurance underwriting and actuarial concepts;
  • Strong negotiation skills;
  • Sense of urgency, attention to detail and accuracy, well organized and able to prioritize;
  • Strong leadership skills;
  • Operates as an international leader with understanding and appreciation for regional differences;
  • Solid understanding and working knowledge of benefits laws and regulations;
  • Experience working independently in a matrix reporting structure;
  • Strong PC and systems skills (e.g., Workday, SAP, automated benefit systems, etc.);
  • Excellent written and oral presentation skills;
  • International travel of up to 30%.
Please note that the selected candidate can continue to be based in his or her home country.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Primary Location
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Asia Pacific-Australia-New South Wales-Sydney
Johnson & Johnson Pte. Ltd. (8435)
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