Reward Manager EMEA

Employer
Macmillan Davies
Location
London, England
Salary
£70000 - £75000 per annum + Bonus and further bens
Closing date
23 Dec 2021

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Sector
FMCG
Salary Band
£70,000 - £99,999
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Job Type
Compensation & Benefits
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Job Details


Macmillan Davies are looking to attract a Reward Manager in to the Organisation to cover a period of maternity for approximately 18 months to cover the EMEA region of this global business.

We are working with a successful and growing global FMCG Business with Head Office based in the US, a strong presence in the UK and various established and emerging markets across the whole of EMEA.

About the role

The Reward Manager (EMEA) will be tasked with the delivery of equitable and competitive compensation programs that enable the business to remain an employer of choice for their current and potential employees. You will evaluate and make recommendations on the company's full suite of compensation and reward programs in the region.

With fluency in both English and German the Reward Manager (EMEA) will be expected to:

*Aligned with global Total Rewards guidelines and practices, lead all aspects of compensation and benefits for the EMEA region and deliver an incredible employee experience
*Operate as a member of the global Total Rewards team, actively participate in the design, development, and execution of a comprehensive global total rewards strategy that supports culture and business strategy and allows the business to attract, retain, and motivate top talent.
*Ensure competitive pay programs and progressive compensation infrastructure to attract, retain and motivate employees at a regional level in correlation with world-wide Total Rewards strategy and EVP practices and contribute to the preparation of the company's annual compensation reporting
*Direct the design and development of the company's broad-based salary programs and structures as well as segmented compensation strategies based on market and business conditions
*Develop and continuously improve incentive plan designs that best fit with priorities and business model and routinely assess cost effective, competitive, benefits position relative to the market
*Work closely with Regional HR leadership, Finance, regional business leaders, and other appropriate stakeholders on annual performance targets and funding
*Lead strategic projects including building out the global compensation strategy and framework
*Design and manage effective company recognition programs
*Take ownership for ensuring compensation and benefits plans comply with country laws and regulations


About you

The Reward Manager EMEA will be covering a period of maternity leave for a minimum of 18 months. However the business are not looking for somebody to come in and stand still. Areas of expertise will centre on:
*A fluency in English and German
*Having diverse global compensation and benefits experience in incentive plan design, and equity strategy/plan design
*Proven knowledge of job evaluation methodologies
*Experience from working with remuneration models, bonus schemes, pension, insurance issues and benefit plans
*Familiarity with region/country market best practices and keep abreast of the latest developments in the field at a regional/national and global level. Ideally, someone with wide experience including base pay, short- and long-term incentive programs and benefits program design
*Demonstrable ability to work effectively as a senior business partner with senior stakeholders and clients to successfully develop and implement plans, programs, and policies
*A focus on the employee experience, customer satisfaction and business outcomes
*Acting as a change agent able to thrive in a fast-paced environment
*Ability to work cross functionally with various departments

What you can expect
Salary £70k - £75k plus bonus and further benefits

Working pattern
This role could be based remotely. However if you can get to Manchester then you would be welcome to attend the office where necessary.

Company

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Engage. Consult. Recruit.
For many HR professionals, we’ll need no introduction. We are one of the longest-established specialist HR recruitment consultancies in the UK, with expertise in every sector, including financial services, technology and communications, retail, and professional and business services. However, it’s our consultative way of working that really sets us apart. Engage Macmillan Davies and you’ll find the focus is firmly on you and your needs. 

Professional. Proven. Personable. 
Whether you’re an established HR Manager or just beginning your career as an HR Administrator, you’ll find our focus is on long-term candidate relationships, not short-term fixes. We’ll take as much time to understand your needs as we do client ones. Rather than simply pointing you towards a permanent or interim job in HR, we’ll ensure you make the right career move. 

Our history
To say we’ve a wealth of experience in HR recruitment is an understatement. Macmillan Davies has been a dedicated HR recruitment consultancy since 1979. Since then, we have developed into the business we are today: a market-leading HR recruitment firm with offices in London and Manchester and part of a global network that spans Asia, Australia and Europe. 

Our approach
Our approach has been developed over three decades at the forefront of HR recruitment consultancy. In that time, we’ve developed an excellent track record of adding value to leading clients in every major sector, a well-established global network and a collaborative working style.
Together, these qualities add up to a unique proposition in HR recruitment. Not only do we have the expertise to deliver what you need, but our consultative and professional approach also means that search will be a rewarding experience.
At Macmillan Davies we take our responsibilities seriously, as we’re guardians of both our clients’ brands and our candidates’ careers. But we also make sure this professionalism is balanced with a personal approach. How we deliver is just as important to us as what we provide – and the reason so many of our clients and candidates return for our advice again and again. 

Supporting your HR career every step of the way
We’re a long-term career partner to many of our candidates, supporting them as they progress from HR Assistant jobs to HR Director levels. All of which is made possible by our specialist practices. If you’re looking for a senior HR role, our Executive Resourcing practice is a specialist in the field. Our Interim team will handle your day rate and fixed-term HR assignments, while our Futurexec team will provide the support and opportunities you need earlier in your human resources career.

Contacts:
Darren Hayman – Director, Executive Resourcing
dhayman@mdh.co.uk
0203 587 7066

Noreen Curtin - Associate Director, Manchester
ncurtin@mdh.co.uk
0161 416 6225 

http:www.mdh.co.uk

Macmillan Davies
14 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HE

 

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