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KPMG is currently seeking a Manager in Integration & Separation for our Deal Advisory practice.
Perform domestic and global post-deal Human Resources (HR) integrations with respect to mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, carve-outs, and other similar transactions for Fortune 1000, middle market companies and private equity investors
Work with KPMG's cross-functional integration and separation teams on the HR portion of integration engagements, including but not limited to HR and Human Capital strategy, HR service delivery and HR operations, people-related compliance, compensation and benefits, organization design and execution, talent management and selection, transaction onboarding, and change management
Participate in identifying HR risk exposure in HR due diligence
Manage the engagement process from start to finish, including managing several HR work streams simultaneously, setting scopes, budgets, staffing resources, creation and coordination of client-ready deliverables with KPMG's integration and separation teams, and assist with communication of results with clients
Develop, coach, and mentor junior team members
A minimum of five years' experience with employee benefits experience with strong knowledge of plan design, administration and compliance for retirement and health and welfare programs, ERISA and other employee benefits related laws and regulations (ACA)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college
Experience valuing or analyzing different plan designs to measure financial impact e.g. understand and apply methodologies to adjust plan designs to achieve certain financial goals ability to see the impact of various plan provisions on total costs
Understanding of ERISA basics reporting, disclosure and compliance
Excellent foundational consulting skills: analytical, written and verbal communication, strong executive presence, facilitation and presentation skills
Travel may be up to eighty percent
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
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