Strength in Trust

Our goal at OneTrust is to bring the power of trust to companies all over the world. Using cutting-edge technology and a real-world approach to ethics, compliance, privacy, security, and third-party risk, we’ve created a no-nonsense platform to help supercharge the global push for trust. 

The Challenge

We are hiring a Global Mobility Specialist who will support the execution and administration of the OneTrust US/AMER immigration program. This includes, but is not limited to, supporting immigration, relocation, and talent mobility by managing the day-to-day administration of US (or AMER) immigration cases, relocations, ensuring compliance and managing specifically permanent residency petitions for continued work authorization with third-party vendors.

Your Mission

  • Assist in policy administration, vendor management, and process design of U.S. immigration program while optimizing for enhanced employee experience on permanent residency cases. 
  • Manage high volume immigration inbox and respond to business inquiries on the visa process, stage progression, review petition documents, track and monitor critical deadlines and proactively identify risks and issues and escalate as needed.  
  • Communicate and cascade any changes in US (or AMER) immigration law (DOL, USCIS, DHS etc.) to relevant stakeholders and employees. 
  • Monitor internal compliance with global policies and guidelines. 
  • Serves as the first point of contact for Talent Acquisition, HRBPs and hiring managers to provide guidance on U.S. permanent residency process and compliance, assess relocation benefits and requirements, escalate as needed. 
  • Manage full service relocation/international assignee cycle-from approval, housing accommodation, schooling to cultural awareness trainings and other destination services offered to the assignee
  • Manage posting notices required for recruitment process for permanent residency cases 
  • Collaborate and assist with ongoing webinars and U.S  (or AMER) immigration trainings with the business. 
  • Aid with ongoing reviews of the OneTrust immigration policy. 
  • Stay abreast/up to date on US (or AMER) employment-based laws and assist with disseminating updates to HR areas impacted. 
  • Handle prevailing wage information requests. 
  • Assist with performing I-9 compliance audits. 

You Are

  • Confident, articulate and capable of influencing others to set proper business expectations  
  • Capable of exercising independent judgment and discretion utilizing company policies and principles yet knowing when to escalate  
  • Able to work with a sense of urgency and interface with all levels of employees/leadership  
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to manage continuous change and shifting priorities, while still providing an exceptional employee experience

Your Experience Includes

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business or relevant degree preferred 
  • 4+ years of progressive immigration and compliance or comparable global mobility experience in the U.S. (or AMER), heavily focused on the permanent residency cases.  
  • Manage the day-to-day administration and quality assurance of the U.S. permanent residency cases for OneTrust (PERMs, I-140s, I-1485 etc.) and ensure the current employees maintain proper work authorization.  
  • Knowledge of HR practices, immigration law, as well as legislative and regulatory changes. 
  • Experience with PERM batch recruitment 

Extra Awesome

  • Experience utilizing technology solutions to support immigration compliance requirements 
  • Knowledge of US (or AMER) key global mobility life-cycle processes and methodologies, preferably working in a Corporate HR environment  
  • Knowledge of HRIS and applicant tracking systems, principles, and functionality 
  • Global tax, or expatriate tax experience  
  • Experience with full service relocation/destination services for international assignees/expats (housing, HHGs shipment, language training, schools etc) 
  • Coordinating pre-departure, post-arrival, assignment counseling, gross up for international payroll actions, tax settlement tied to allowances and related services 
  • Interacting with global mobility third-party vendors for constant process improvements and optimization of the global mobility programs - expatriation and repatriation 
  • GMS or CRP certification 


As an employee at OneTrust, you will be a part of the OneTeam. That means equity, bonuses, unlimited PTO, and 100% paid medical benefits (and that’s just the beginning!).  

Our employee rewards philosophy spans mental, physical, and emotional well-being because we want our people to succeed both in and out of the office. Some benefits differ depending on region, but here’s what you can expect from our OneTeam Total Rewards Program: 

  • Competitive Compensation: We offer top pay for top talent with competitive total packages including equity for all, performance bonuses, and retirement savings with match. We’re also committed to fair and equitable pay practices. 
  • Workstyle Flexibility: At home or in the office, we trust you to get the job done. Our people have the option to work in the office, fully remote, or a hybrid based on their role. Explore a new country with our short- and long-term global mobility program, and go green with commuter program discounts, and in-office perks (free food, drinks, and happy hours, anybody?). 
  • Career Development: You’re not just joining any company; you’re joining the #1 fastest growing company on the 2020 Inc. 500 and the category-defining software platform for trust. You can become an expert and earn industry certifications with training and exams paid for by us and access to our learning & development program and guest speaker series. 
  • Employee Recognition: We celebrate our accomplishments the best way we know how – together. Our people are invited to attend employee appreciation social events (including our awesome annual holiday party), participate in ticket giveaways for local city events based on your home office location, and celebrate one another through our #CheersforPeers channel. 
  • Focus on Wellbeing: Take the vacation or volunteer - we have unlimited PTO globally. You’ll also have access to ClassPass memberships, generous company holidays and your birthday off, paid sick days, Employee Resource Groups (or, as we call them, Employee Trust Groups), and other ways to get connected or support company diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.  
  • Health Benefits: No package is complete without great health benefits. This role may receive company-paid employee healthcare premiums, parental leave, and access to mental health benefits and employee assistance programs. Specific benefits differ by location, so please check with your recruiter to specify what this role will receive. 

Our Commitment to You

When you join OneTrust you are stepping onto a launching pad — the countdown has begun. The destination? A career without boundaries working alongside a diverse and inclusive crew who is passionate about doing meaningful work. As a pioneer, your voice and expertise will help chart the direction of an entirely new industry — Trust. Our commitment to putting people first starts with you. Your growth is part of the mission. Our goal is to give you the power to embark on the next phase of your uniquely, unique career

OneTrust provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.


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