Chemours International Benefits Analyst in Beveren, Belgium

International Benefits Analyst

General Characteristics

The International Benefits Analyst will support the delivery of employee benefits across EMEA, APAC and Latin America. Utilising their previous experience of international benefits, the Analyst will work closely with external brokers and local HR Partners to ensure Chemours provides market competitive benefit programs and utilises best in class materials to communicate with employees.

Key Accountabilities

  • Review the day-to-day operational delivery of benefit programs (group health, dental, vision, group income protection, group life assurance, flexible and voluntary benefits)

  • Monitor plan costs, identify problem areas and review changes in benefits law

  • Draft benefit plan administrative procedures and communication materials

  • Work with relevant stakeholders and external consultants to ensure international pension and benefit plans comply with benchmark standards in relation to corporate governance and oversight

  • Recommend benefit program changes to management by studying employee requirements, along with trends and developments in benefits offered by other organizations

  • Project manage the introduction of new benefit initiatives and support with communication and implementation

  • Build strong relationships with members of the broader Total Rewards Team and HR

  • Maintain relationships with external benefit vendors, brokers and consultants

  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies

Experience, Knowledge and Skills

  • Experience of managing pension and benefits issues across three or more countries

  • Experience of working with benefit brokers and consultants

  • Strong analytical and project management skills

  • Ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders globally

  • High level of drive, enthusiasm and resilience with ability to work under pressure

  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills

  • Fluent in English and preferably one other language

  • Flexible and open to occasional international travel

  • Good IT skills (including Microsoft based applications)

Education / Professional Qualification

  • Strong academic background, minimum of degree level preferred

  • No professional qualifications required, although relevant actuarial background or employee benefit qualification is desirable