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Reward Analyst – 15M FTC (Mat Cover) – Insurance – £45k – £50k – London.
Williams Kent are proud to partner with a leading organisation in the Insurance industry as they are seeking a Reward Analyst to work as a right hand to the Reward Lead on a fixed term basis.
This is a great opportunity to work with a high degree of autonomy and own the salary review and benchmarking exercises in a fast paced environment.
This role is reporting into the Head of Reward and will see you working together to be responsible for a wide remit of reward related matters.
Your responsibilities will include:
* Lead the global annual salary and bonus review
* Lead the biannual launch and maturity of the UK and international share save schemes
* Maintain the Willis Towers Watson global grading structure and manage the integration to the HR system (Workday)
* Complete benchmark surveys
* Deal with international assignments – arranging visas, understanding of tax equalisation
* Handling and resolving of employee reward queries
* Analysing and producing data for various committees
* Preparing monthly data files for third parties
* Processing of invoices
You should have:
* A demonstrated background in reward. A strong compensation background is ideal.
* Previous experience of managing share plans and global pay review essential
* An advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, including Pivot tables, Vlookup and working with data.
* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to present complex ideas and data back simply to the business.
* Ideally, International relocation management experience
* User experience of Workday desirable but not essential
If this role sounds ideal for you, or for any more information, feel free to get in contact. Please send across an updated CV along with a guide on salary expectations and I will be in touch.
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