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Group Reward and Performance Manager ( Part-Time)

Oakleaf Partnership
London, England
Closing date
17 Jun 2022
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The primary purpose of this role is to produce all compensation and benefits related financial figures, annual report remuneration disclosures and HR department budgets, ensuring they are accurate, conform with legislation and follow IFRS accounting rules.

This role will be responsible for the development of any reward and performance related policies, procedures and controls across the Group ensuring that the outcomes meet current and future business needs and engage and motivate employees.


* Lead the annual compensation process for the Group, and provide in-depth modelling & analysis of rewards, including long-term incentives as required. This includes calculation of staff compensation figures including the related IFRS 2 charges and financial statement disclosures.

* Assist the Group Head of HR and the Group CFO with Group remuneration strategies and policies.

* Prepare documents for the Remuneration Committee

* Ensure that all appropriate compensation, bonus and equity metrics are collected and utilised in staff and Executive compensation decisions

* Work closely with Group Head of HR to ensure timely and accurate compensation and benefits modelling and analysis

* Manage the relationships with our equity partners and oversee and manage the equity program for all employees


Oakleaf Partnership is the UK’s largest independent HR recruitment consultancy. Founded in 2005, we have built enduring relationships with HR functions across every sector; thanks in part to our expertise, but also our collaborative approach. We listen. We share our insights. We take the time to truly understand the culture of an organisation – the person behind a CV.

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