Reward Analyst

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£28000 - £35000 per annum
Posted
30 Apr 2021
Closes
28 May 2021
Ref
PR/000758
Contact
Harold Ejele
Job Type
HR Generalist
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

A successful global and market leading organisation are looking for a Reward Analyst to join their team on 12 month Fixed Term Contract to assist with exciting projects within their Reward function, paying up to £35,000.

This is an exciting opportunity to develop and strengthen your Reward knowledge and experience while working alongside the Reward Manager.

Your main responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

- Involvement in the job evaluation and salary benchmarking processes

- Carrying out data analysis for the wider HR functions and reporting on compensation related data

- Assisting and support with the annual salary and bonus review, ensuring all data is accurate

- Implement and improve new and existing Reward policies and procedures

You will need:

- Highly motivated and pay very close attention to detail

- Proactive and express a desire to learn

- Proficient user of Microsoft Excel and has strong reporting experience

- Reward experience not essential but ideal

- Worked in HR and has a firm understanding of how it works

Should this be of interest, please apply or email haroldejele@oakleafpartnership.com

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