Macmillan Davies

Reward Analyst

Greater Manchester, England
£40000 - £45000 per annum
18 Sep 2019
25 Sep 2019
Kerry White
Contract Type
Full Time

My North Manchester based client is seeking an experienced Reward Analyst for a newly created role. This is a fantastic opportunity to join the organisation as they enter an exciting period of change and transformation.

The role will play an important part in analysing and providing data for HR, pay, comps and bens, strategic workforce planning and talent analytics.

Duties will include:
*Use market research to evaluate external competition
*Manage a Flexible Benefits programme with a range of benefits that underpin the company values and desired behaviours.
*Manage relationships with Benefit providers, and work in partnership to optimise benefits provision.
*Regular reporting to senior stakeholders.
*Support the business and through providing advice on market pay and salary management reviews
*Provide the annual Gender Pay Gap report.
*Lead on salary planning, budgeting and the annual off-cycle compensation processes.
*Administer Company bonus schemes.

You will also build and develop a dashboard of tools to bring the workforce insights to HR colleagues, business leaders and a wider audience to drive actions and self-service, alongside assisting in various HR projects and continuous improvement and automations initiatives.

The successful candidate will have proven experience of working in a Reward/Comps and Bens Analyst role and be tech/MI savvy.

You will work collaboratively as well as independently, with a proven ability to form strong partnerships with key stakeholders and possess a data driven mind set with the capability to troubleshoot data and reports.

Please be aware that The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 require us to hold work seeker records for a year in most circumstances. Macmillan Davies is a specialist HR recruiter. Established in 1979 we have offices in London and Manchester with dedicated teams focusing on Permanent, Contract and Interim assignments across the UK and Europe.