Manager, Global Compensation & Benefits
Location: Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania
Posted: January 11, 2017
Reference ID: 00001H63
Under general direction of the Sr. Director, Global Compensation & Benefits, the Manager, Global Compensation will be responsible for managing the planning, design, implementation and administration activities related to all compensation plans & programs in all Company locations outside the United States. Ensures programs support company objectives.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Contribute to the creation of the compensation strategy and philosophy that drives the development and positioning of all compensation programs.
2. Responsible for maintenance & administration of global compensation programs, including, but not limited to, base pay structures, retention, annual merit programs, and short and long-term incentive plans.
3. Participate in the annual compensation benchmarking process and develop ranges and structures. Analyze structure midpoint differentials between levels and make adjustments if needed to ensure structures supports career movement within job families and across functions.
4. Ensure compensation standards comply with company policies and/or other regulations or legislation.
5. Develop effective relationships with assigned HR Business Partners and business clients and provide them with guidance on global compensation data and decisions.
6. Analyze, review, recommend, and obtain approval for changes to compensation at the country level.
7. Collaborate with HR & Business clients on compensation program design/rollouts (both new and existing) and process improvements.
8. Reporting and modeling to support compensation related recommendations and to assess the effectiveness of the programs.
9. Manage participation in market and salary surveys.
10. Monitor reviews of compensation packages to maintain market positioning and stay abreast of market trends & compliance requirements.
12. Coordinate communication of compensation information to employees and other HR groups.
13. Assist in job evaluations including assessment of level, title, and pay.
14. Advise business clients & HR on compensation recommendations for new hires, promotions, and transfers.
15. Administer merit review and pay adjustment processes and bonus plans to ensure compliance with company guidelines.
16. Help prepare government filings, plan audits, or other tax-reporting requirements.
17. Ensure compliance with Data Privacy and Protection Guidelines.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Requires broad training in fields such as business administration, finance, sales, marketing, computer sciences or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a four year bachelor's degree program. Requires a minimum of seven years of progressive international compensation & benefit program management in a consulting or corporate environment. Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) required.
MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:
1. Strong consultative skills
2. Broad understanding of market conditions and statutory requirements in Asia, Europe, & Latin America
3. Ability to collaborate with others and build trust and credibility and the ability to work in a team environment
4. Ability to create meaningful presentations and present complex material to mid- and senior-level management
5. Strong financial acumen; ability to build enhanced tools used for improved compensation administration practices
6. Advanced analytical, conceptual and problem solving skills to evaluate problems and apply knowledge to identify appropriate solutions; ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently
7. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
8. Strong attention to detail; strong organizational skills
9. Relationship builder with a proactive, can-do attitude
10. Ability to manage and diffuse conflict
11. Ability to meet deadlines
12. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications - specifically Excel, Word and PowerPoint