Compensation and Benefits Associate

London, England
£55000 - £65000 per annum
12 Sep 2017
10 Oct 2017
Luc Salmon
Contract Type
Full Time

This is a role for Compensation and Benefits Associate in a Global Financial Services Brand.

Our client is looking for a candidate with a minimum of 3 years recent experience working in a Compensation and Benefits Associate role.

Client Details

Our client is a major global Financial Services brand with offices in London.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Managing EMEA benefits policies and contracts
  • Ensuring effective delivery of EMEA benefits administration processes via Third Party Administrator including payroll files, tax data and vendor enrolment transactions
  • Supporting and managing vendor service providers including budget and performance
  • Providing detailed ad-hoc reporting to global HR teams and internal stakeholders on programme impact, usage and value
  • Resolving sensitive and confidential exception requests and non-standard cases
  • Actively participating in service / policy reviews, redesign and development
  • Delivering insurance product and service renewals including benefits system development, communication and technical activity
  • Compliance with internal processes including recording adherence to accounting (SOX) and risk management policies
  • Partnering with global team on cross regional benefits projects including cross regional and cross functional working group activity
  • Liaising with internal stakeholders on service delivery and employee queries including from new hires, promotes and internal transfers
  • Supporting merger, acquisition and sale activity as relates to EMEA benefits policies?
  • Profile

    To be successful in performing this role as Compensation and Benefits Associate, the candidate will need to demonstrate strength and experience in a majority of the following areas:

  • Graduate calibre and minimum 4 years of directly relevant work experience
  • Interest in health and wellbeing programmes innovation and link to individual performance
  • Managing EMEA healthcare products, benefits administration processes and insurance policies
  • Partnership with stakeholders to address sensitive individual employee issues
  • Relationship management with focus on long term internal and external partnerships
  • Vendor management including demonstrated relationship, budget and performance management skills
  • Commercial programme management, contract and procurement activity
  • Project management with focus on preparation tools, dependency tracking, stakeholder communication and meeting key milestones
  • Flexibility and ability to manage several projects/priorities in a very fast-paced environment
  • Analytical skills and ability to create themes and demonstrate impact with data
  • Strong communication, influencing and persuasion skills and comfortable working in a global team that both welcomes and challenges new ideas
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills; ability to perform detailed analysis of problems and identify resolutions; understands when and how to escalate issues to manage risk
  • Innovative approach with ability and appetite to challenge existing policies and processes
  • Job Offer

    A role at a leading global brand in the Financial Services industry.

    A role in London

    A market leading salary

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