Senior Reward Analyst

Location
Chertsey, England
Salary
£200 - £350 per day
Posted
06 Oct 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Ref
28175
Contact
Sam Clark
Sector
Scientific
Job Level
Analyst, Manager
Contract Type
Interim
Hours
Full Time

A well regarded Pharmaceutical organisation based in Surrey is looking for a Senior Reward Analyst to join the team on an interim basis, initially for 3 months.

Reporting to an Associate Director, Reward, the Senior Reward Analyst plays a key role in the delivery of year end reward processes, as well as responsibilities relating to reward analytics. Other key responsibilities include:

  • Provide analytics and insights into compensation and benefit data, to ensure reward approach aligns to the reward strategy, to support the reward team and senior leaders make informed decisions
  • Use market knowledge to plan, strengthen reward practices and contribute to the development and design of reward policies and processes
  • Providing support to the Head of Reward, the Reward AD's and the senior HR team in developing reward policy and the design of remuneration schemes
  • Support the effective delivery of reward cycles
  • Responsibility for the timely production and analysis of accurate HR MI globally

Key requirements:

  • Sound technical knowledge of reward and year end processes such as pay review, bonus review, LTIPs
  • Experience working within a global organisation would be preferred.
  • Experience dealing with large complex data sets via Excel.
  • Advanced excel skills.
  • A high level of numeracy and keen eye for detail and process improvement is essential.

To be considered for interview, or for further information, please apply or get in touch samclark@oakleafpartnership.com

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