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Reporting to the Head of Reward & Shared Services, the role holder will assist in developing and delivering a global reward strategy that maintains the company position as an employer of choice and supports the Company’s future growth and development plans. They will also, through management of the reward team, ensure that reward and recognition within the company re-enforces the corporate values and delivers employee engagement, and protects profit through appropriate financial controls.
Qualifications / Experience-Essential
The successful applicant will have a professional background as either a Reward Specialist or HR Generalist.
Previous track record of delivering reward strategies in a complex environment incorporating a broad range of reward issues.
Experience of influencing at a senior management and board level.
Experience of managing external suppliers.
Experience of leading people, and developing key internal and external relationships.
Experience of job evaluation methodology and job families desirable.
Reward Manager job description
Contribute to the design and development of the reward strategy, ensuring that policy and practice is aligned to the business and people strategies.
Responsible for managing key external partner relationships at a senior level, continually driving enhanced value from all contracts and ensuring quality service is delivered to the organisation.
Manage and oversee the implementation and ongoing maintenance of the overall organisation design process, encompassing job evaluation and sizing, grading structures and job families, and benchmarking.
Lead on the implementation of new and existing reward programmes and initiatives (e.g. annual salary review process) providing advice and direction to senior management and the HR team.
Manage the pension trustee process, representing the Reward dept at Trustee meetings and supporting the Chair of the Trustees in the running of the Trustee board.
Manage the Reward team to provide a pragmatic, customer focussed, creative and commercially grounded reward service. Ensure the team are developed personally, professional and technically.
Through internal and external networking look to continually improve reward policies and practices, building on best practice and maintaining Reward as a centre of expertise. Act as a champion of brand values and people principles, ensuring they are reflected in everything we do.