Compensation and Benefits Manager
Senior role with leading international multi-site specialist software solutions Group. A high growth private equity Group
Location Options: Lancaster, Pennsylvania or Boise, Idaho
Highly competitive salary and benefits package designed to attract the best talent
This is a superb broad-ranging career opportunity for an HR professional with a specialism in employee compensation and benefits programmes.
The client is a global leader in the provision of anti-counterfeiting and brand protection solutions. It works with leading brands, governments, and institutions worldwide ensuring the integrity of their products and documentation.
Employing c.1,000 colleagues, it operates from multiple locations including a number of business hubs in the USA, Philadelphia, and Idaho in particular, plus it has three sites in the UK and other sales and support offices in the EU and the Far East.
The business is private equity-owned and on a very steep growth curve with a big change agenda over the next 3 to 5 years. This key role is an individual contributor role that has dual reporting to the Vice President HR and also the CFO and carries responsibility for overseeing the employee compensation and benefits programmes for the Group.
You will analyse compensation data within the organistion and design, implement and manage compensation and benefits programmes that align with the strategic plan.
You will also lead on job evaluation and grading, conduct job analysis to determine effective and appropriate salary levels, oversee the annual merit increase process, administer employee insurance, pension, and savings plans and work with insurance brokers.
Your focus initially will be on the USA and then develop this further into the Group’s international regions.
A candidate with a world-class training who is used to working in a global context both in a hands-on and strategic way is required.
You will need to have high-quality academic credentials including a degree up to Master’s level and you will also be professionally qualified in HR.
You will bring substantial experience in designing, implementing, and managing global total rewards programmes and this will include experience across a broad international footprint.
You will also need to be proficient in MS Office and HRIS systems and be completely up to date with best practice in this specialist field. It is important that you are comfortable with the commercial pace and broader demands of management expected in a growing private equity-owned group such as this.
The salary and benefits package is highly competitive and is aimed at attracting the best talent possible for this key role.
You will also be expected to live within a reasonable commute of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, or possibly Boise, Idaho.
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