This role will have a variety of responsibilities including:
Assists in the implementation, communication and administration of compensation programs designed for the organization's executives. Perform data calculations as required for reports. Develop and maintain various worksheets for funding analysis, equity tracking, incentive modeling, executive financial planning information, long term performance plan statements, etc. Coordinate stock ownership reporting and tracking. Complete survey submissions for topics related to executive and equity compensation.
Lead and/or participate in projects or other specific assignments for the executive compensation team. May include annual cycle planning preparation, stock program implementation, development and testing of new compensation and stock program administration tools and processes. Participate in related industry compensation surveys and insure accurate process documentation. Coordinate the administration of executive perquisites.
Manage activities with the external stock plan vendor to ensure timely delivery and expected results of systems and services. Utilize problem solving techniques to troubleshoot and answer inquiries from the vendor. Escalate issues as needed to the relationship manager.
Support the Sr. Compensation Consultant with appropriate information to consult with executives and other employees regarding inquiries related to executive compensation and non-executive long-term incentive programs. Participate in problem solving and effective integration of solutions to problems.
Draft and develop various executive and board of directors compensation communications and documents including long term performance plan annual summaries, ownership letters, etc. Communications are often of a confidential nature and also include letters, memos, presentations, worksheets and other documents as needed. Develop and implement new processes/procedures to meet organizational needs and gain efficiencies.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience plus 4+ years of work related experience required
- Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, decision making, project managment, and time management skills
- Must be able to work independently
- Must be able to manage assignments of substancial variety and complexity
- Must be able to work with all levels of management
- Must have intermediate excel and math skills and demonstrated analytical ability
- Position requires strong degree of accuracy with strong attention to detail
- Ability to maintain confidentiality essential
- Must be results oriented and respond well to tight deadlines
At this time, we're not considering candidates that need any type of immigration sponsorship (additional work authorization or permanent work authorization) now or in the future to work in the United States? This includes, but IS NOT LIMITED TO: F1-OPT, F1-CPT, H-1B, TN, L-1, J-1, etc. For additional information around work authorization needs please use the following links.
https://www.uscis.gov/working-in-the-united-states/temporary-nonimmigrant-workers and https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-eligibility/green-card-for-employment-based-immigrants
Investment Code of Ethics
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