Reward Manager

- Negotiable - Permanent

Ref: LIDV122_1623169197 - Closing Date: Jan 01, 1970

  • Permanent
  • Applications have closed.

Reward Manager – Cheltenham – £55K- £60K

This is a newly created reward role, sitting in a lean and collaborative team. You’ll be reporting into the Head of Reward, and working on both UK and internationally focussed reward, alongside another Reward Manager.

  • Own the design and delivery of Reward and Benefit practices and policies
  • Manage supplier relationships to achieve competitive and cost effective reward solutions
  • UK Gender Pay Gap completion, narrative and internal and external communications
  • Completion of Equal Pay Reviews
  • Management and maintenance of the UK Flexible Benefits scheme
  • Support annual reward cycle processes such as pay review, bonus payments and delivery of employee benefits
  • Global mobility including contracts, visas and immigration
  • Lead participation in job evaluation and market benchmarking analysis
  • Cost reconciliation, recharge and invoice settlement
  • General administration and support

Desirable experience:

  • Experience in a reward team.
  • Intermediate/Advanced Excel (eg. vlookup, pivot tables, nested “if” formula)
  • Possess strong analytical thinking to be able to interpret and analyse data, question and articulate
  • Quality focused with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Experience of leading projects within timescales and budgets
  • Excellent communicator
  • Decisive thinker able to work within agreed timescales

Specifics:

Full time

Grade: G

Package: £55k – £60k Basic, £7K Car allowance, 10% Pension, Healthcare, Life Assurance

Flexibility: Hybrid / 2-3 days in office is ideal.

If this opportunity sounds interesting and you’d like to hear more, please apply with a CV and I will be in touch.

Tagged as: Compensation & Benefits, Manager, Permanent

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