Head of Reward

London Or Manchester - ££70,000 per year - Permanent

Ref: LIDV_1652444366 - Closing Date: May 31, 2022

  • Permanent
  • May 31, 2022
  • Salary: £70,000.00 per year

Head of Reward – Public Sector – C. £70K + Benefits – Standalone Role – London or Manchester

 

This is a busy role; you’ll be reporting into the HRD, and responsible for all group compensation, benefits, pay, bonus and reward policies – as well as being a key member of the HR Business Partnering Management team.

 

Main accountabilities include:

  • Supporting strategic objectives by acting as subject matter expert and lead on projects and responsibilities alongside the HRD and Executive Group Director.
  • Develop and Maintain Reward and Bonus strategies across the business inc. pay, bonus, grading, job evaluation and incentives.
  • Providing advice and guidance to senior members of staff as required.
  • Management of pay frameworks and job evaluation processes.
  • Acting as the primary interface with external stakeholders.
  • Supporting gender and other pay gaps and providing communications.
  • Managing 3rd party benefits providers.

 

What we need:

  • Relevant experience in the reward space.
  • Experience managing complex pay structures in a large organisation.
  • Strong communicating influencing skills to support change management.
  • Experience with advising board members and senior stakeholders.
  • High level of numeracy, the ability to analyse complex information and strong Excel expertise.
  • Good understanding of Job Evaluation.

 

This is a broad role in an org with a hands-on, people friendly culture. To apply, please get in touch by submitting an up to date CV.

 

N.B: We are happy to discuss flexible working arrangements – The ideal would be 1 day in the office a week (Either from London (Stratford) OR Manchester (Trafford)) – Please let me know if you’d like to discuss options.

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