Project Manager - Hay Job Evaluation

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Location
Manchester, England
Salary
£550 - £600 per day
Posted
09 Oct 2017
Closes
16 Oct 2017
Ref
UK762916
Contact
Lucy Horne
Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Interim
Hours
Full Time

Currently working a client in Manchester who are looking for a strong Reward Project Manager to join them for 6 months to focus on a variety of projects including Hay Job Evaluation. The successful candidate will be available on short notice and should have global experience.

The role of Project Manager is a central role based in Manchester but with an international focus. The person taking on this role will be expected to demonstrate a consultative and collaborative style in their interactions with international internal stakeholders and HR colleagues alike. This role will lead the successful planning, management and delivery of the Global Hay Job Evaluation project across the Firm to agreed time, scope and budget. This will involve overseeing all aspects of the project delivery, coordinating the project team and resources across multiple HR teams, regions and offices.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level and should be CIPD qualified. You will have experience working within the Compensation specialism - creating salary structures and pay ranges across International markets. You will also have significant experience of evaluating roles using Hay Job Evaluation methodology and should have successfully implemented Job Evaluation projects across global organisations, preferably professional or legal services. You will have a strong track record of successfully building and leading project teams across different locations and will be IT literate as well as an expert user of MS Project, MS Visio and using Excel to analyse large volumes of data.

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