Michael Page Human Resources

Head of Reward and Benefits / Reward Manager

Location
London, England
Salary
£45000 - £49000 per annum
Posted
06 Apr 2021
Closes
04 May 2021
Ref
JN -042021-2554165
Contact
Cameron Leather
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A well renowned British Not For Profit organisation based in London is looking for a Head of Reward and Benefits / Reward Manager to join their wider Human Resources and Personnel team

Client Details

A well renowned British Not For Profit organisation based in London is looking for a Head of Reward and Benefits / Reward Manager to join their wider Human Resources and Personnel team

Description

Key areas of responsibility for the Head of Reward and Benefits / Reward Manager:

  • Work with Head of people to develop and implement a Reward and Recognition Strategy
  • Provide expert advice to the leadership and annual remuneration processes ensuring the processes are fair and equitable and in line with the reward strategy
  • Review and lead on their approach to job evaluation to maintain consistency and fairness and assess appropriate methodologies.
  • Prepare for and participate in pay negotiations with recognised Trade Unions including collecting and analysing market data, pay modelling and the management of annual Pay Remit with HM Treasury and the Cabinet Office
  • Ensure regular benchmarking and market related pay research is undertaken when necessary to enable the business to remain competitive and an employer of choice
  • Maintain oversight of Pension and Payroll operation and ensure reward and benefits policies are aligned with DCMS and HMRC regulations
  • Define and manage benefits proposition.

Resources managed

  • 2 direct reports

Main tasks

  • Ensure the business has a best practice performance management framework that aligns to expected behaviours and recognition strategic objectives.
  • Lead the annual Performance management process and ensure it is effectively communicated to managers and staff and HR teams have a clear understanding of their role
  • Provide strategic direction and leadership on the development of People Pay & Rewards related policies.
  • Assess current and future policy requirements to support strategic aims
  • Monitor employment legislation developments and best practice
  • Carry out annual reward related equality audits ensuring fairness and consistency in the operation of reward recognition and benefits strategies and related policy procedures and systems.
  • Provide input to trade union relationships to foster effective working relationships and enable appropriate changes to policies
    Support the operation of Reward Committees and annual performance review and bonus allocation processes

Profile

Strong all-round Reward experience

Experience managing people previously

Experience with job evaluations, pay grading, annual pay reviews, benefits

Job Offer

Up to £48,750 plus benefits