Payroll Project Manager Nike

Under the direction of the Sr Global Payroll Consultant (located in the US), manage project deliverables and internal business resources to effectively drive global payroll and time implementations to completion. Anticipate problems and complications and formulate solutions so as to not impeded the progress of the project(s). Identify and escalate issues. Communicate project status to various interested parties within the business. Coordinate activities with vendors. Work is performed independently under limited supervision. The Realization Manager will drive the internal HR resources to complete the project objectives and will enforce deadlines, work to be completed, and priorities. This person is frequently required to work with confidence under deadlines in an environment where they may be required to stand firm to balance the global initiatives with the needs of the local and regional partners and teams. Incumbent will be expected to influence cross-functional team members and external vendors. This person will play a critical role in Nike's multi-million dollar global pay project. Qualifications Minimum requirements: 2+ years' project management experience Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate at multiple levels of the organization Ability to work independently and influence others to meet deadlines Proven history of leading teams and multi-faceted initiatives requiring a view and understanding of the bigger picture and the concerns of multiple stakeholders Technologically savvy English fluent Preferred qualifications: College degree in business, accounting, project management, or similar Experience with multinational payroll and/or business Experience with payroll system/timeclock implementations Ability to travel, occasionally, including internationally Experience managing multi-national payroll/time projects Multi-lingual This position will be located at the World Headquarters in Oregon. Job ID: 00299566 Location: USA-Oregon-Beaverton Job Category: Corporate Services

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