Senior Reward Analyst

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£50000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
31 Jul 2017
Closes
28 Aug 2017
Ref
24083/001
Contact
Lisa Haynes
Job Type
Reward
Job Level
Analyst
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A global Insurance business, based in the City, are looking for an experienced Senior Reward Analyst to hold a key role that spans responsibilities across the design and delivery of compensation processes, HR Systems and MI reporting.

You will:
Aid in the planning, delivery and communication of the annual global reward timetable and processes, including the annual salary review, bonus terms and long term incentive plans.
Develop and design reward policy and remuneration schemes, as well as providing complex analytical support and modelling across the group
Maintain and design the processes behind and use of group-wide databases and spreadsheets covering all aspects of the reward process including job evaluation, salary data and other compensation and benefits as required.
Be responsible, in conjunction with the Reward Analyst, for the production and analysis of relevant global HR management information for Senior Management, and to produce the core data set used to underpin global reward processes.
Provide support to the Reward Manager and Head of Reward.

To be considered for this role you will:
Degree educated or equivalent - ideally in Computer Science or numerical based subject
Have proven experience in Exec & City based remuneration, Research, Analysis and modelling
Advanced HR System and Management Information reporting
Have proven experience in Benchmarking
Advanced Excel skills (Macros)
Knowledge of taxation, regulatory requirements and rules of schemes and pension plans

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