8 months ago
Compensation, Benefits, Reward and Finance Consultant - Central London
Fixed Term Contract - June to January 2019 - possible extension
Competitive Salary DOE
Key Words: Finance, HR, Compensation, Benefits, Reward, ACA, ACCA, Payroll, Human Resources, Financial Services, Finance Consultant, Remuneration
Our client has an immediate need for an experienced Compensation, Benefits and Finance Consultant to join the Human Resources Team. The role has come about due to business growth and they seek an experienced compensation and finance professional who has a passion for working with an entrepreneurial type of business, creatively solving problems, and building and shaping approaches and processes.
In the Company’s team-based work environment, this role’s contribution will have meaningful impact on the compensation, benefits and reward decisions made by the leadership. The role is based in cross-functional teams across HR and Finance, essentially working part of the time with the Finance Team (approx. 30%) and the HR Team (approx.70%).
This role is likely to suit a professional with a background in finance, with a financial qualification, who has started to expand their career in a compensation, benefits, and reward environment.
The role is to January 2019, however, if the individual who comes on board can show that this is a longer-term role, then it may be reviewed for permanent headcount.
PURPOSE OF ROLE
The Compensation, Benefits and Finance Consultant will work as part of a small global HR Team to support the strategy and execution of compensation, benefits and reward model to ensure that the Company has the most effective compensation practices.
The role holder will work closely with the Leadership Team to lead the remit to define the compensation approach, provide market benchmarks for sometimes unique and complex roles, ensure that existing salary ranges across multiple geographies are up to date and relevant.
A key element is to run the annual bonus review process and navigating the end to end process in relation to salary reviews and overall compensation elements.
The role holder will manage the third-party partnerships such as insurance and benefits brokers in UK, US and Asia. As well as the management of UK, Hong Kong and US payroll, supported by the HR Assistant.
Secretary for the Remuneration Committee and able to take on ad-hoc projects from Finance.
QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND
Degree level education in relevant fields of study, with proven academic excellence.
An accounting qualification is highly desirable.
Three to five years of Asset Management or broader financial services industry experience in finance with responsibility for compensation, benefits, reward analysis and reporting and payroll.
Previous experience of having worked in a finance team is highly desirable.
Understanding of compensation concepts, structure, design, and theory.
Ability to derive meaningful insights from quantitative and qualitative data.
Strong organisational skills with exceptional attention to detail.
Ability to work independently, while handling a few projects.
Exposure or experience of working with a Remuneration Committee.
Excellent stakeholder relationship management skills.
Superior Excel skills.
Must be able to perform successfully in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, service-oriented environment and to interpret rules and guidelines flexibly to enhance the business and in keeping with Company values and culture.
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003