Reward Specialist

Glasgow, Scotland
£33500 - £39500 per annum
08 Mar 2018
15 Mar 2018
Lynsey Taylor
Job Type
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Permanent Reward Specialist job for a well known public sector organisation in Glasgow.

Your new company
You will work for a well known public sector organisation in Glasgow city centre as a permanent Reward Specialist This organisation is located close to public transport links. You will join a well established team and is a great opportunity to take forward your HR career and gain invaluable skills and experience.

Your new role
As Reward Specialist you will be the lead role in managing high volume individual rewards cases. You will support HR and Managers throughout the business providing robust advice, guidance and recommendations on Reward matters, ensuring consistency of approach within policy and processes.

What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in this job, you will need to have strong analytical and organisational skills and have experience in rewards. This client is open to an individual who is in an HR generalist role with some rewards experience and has a passion to move into a sole rewards based job.

What you'll get in return
You will get the opportunity to work for a forward thinking organisation with excellent benefits including flexi-time, excellent holidays, city centre location with good public transport links and a generous company pension scheme.You will receive a salary between £34,000 - £39,500.

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