Reward Analyst

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Location
Berkshire, England
Salary
£43000 - £48000 per annum + excellent benefits
Posted
21 Sep 2017
Closes
19 Oct 2017
Ref
UK761764
Contact
Katie Chamberlain
Job Level
Analyst
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Superb opportunity for an ambitious Reward Analyst to join this leading edge business and play a key part in assisting with job evaluation, annual pay cycle and appraisal, salary survey management and policy administration. You will also be included in multiple implementations and project roll-outs across Europe.

Reporting to the Compensation and Benefits Manager for Europe you main responsibilities will include:

  • Complete salary and benefit survey and benchmarking exercise
  • Responsible for Job Evaluations using Hay Methodology and maintain the job description library
  • Analyse compensation trends in order to review and update the pay and benefits packages
  • Create and maintain compensation metrics/analytics,
  • Support the Department Manager in various Compensation and Benefits projects.
  • Support Annual appraisal and pay and bonus review. The role will suit someone who is well-organised, analytical, motivated to learn and excellent in problem solving. You should be comfortable working in fast paced international businesses with matrix structures - an understanding of cross-culture differences and management practices is highly desirable.

Suitable candidates will have evidenced experience and achievements in compensation and benefits (European exposure would be an advantage), knowledge and experience in job evaluation (HAY or Towers Watson) and compensation analysis, excellent excel and numerical skills and the ability to interact well with people at all levels within the organization.

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