- GBP55000 - GBP65000 per annum + bonus and bens
- London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
- Permanent, Full time
- Carnegie Consulting
- 14 Jun 18 2018-06-14
Compensation Analyst - Private Equity This is a fantastic opportunity for an HR Analyst with an interest in Compensation to make a virtually unique step into the world of Private Equity.
My client is a partnership founded by people with a proven track records from successful global Private Equity firms. Founded over 10 years ago they have grown in size and are now on their third fund with an ambition to expand even more over the next few years.
The HR Director and Head of Finance work very closely together on all things compensation related. Due to the ambitions of the firm, they have a need for a bright, ambitious person carry out a wide variety of Reward related duties. As always in small firms, the role carries with it other ad-hoc HR responsibilities.
The role may suit an HR Generalist if they are good enough with Excel.
* Support all reward processes including annual pay review cycle
* Supervise monthly payroll (third party provider)
* Preparing and updating salary scales
* Assist in administration of carry schemes
* Manage compensation surveys, research market competitive practices, recommend changes based on cost benefit analysis.
* Bench marking surveys across levels, roles and multi-geographies.
* Assist with implementing, maintaining, and configuring HR Database / HRIS
* Pensions oversight
* Administer and look into improving benefits programmes in all locations
* Manage communication of benefits programmes with employees including on boarding and off boarding
Ad Hoc HR
* Routine joiner and leaver administration regarding pay and benefits
* Recruitment, advising and/or creating job descriptions, advising on salaries and classifications.
* Global Mobility, managing relocation process, administering relocation costs etc.
* Oversee Visa programmes.
* Miscellaneous HR Generalist duties as required when HR Director is absent.
* Very strong academics. A minimum of a 2.1 Bachelor's degree is essential. CIPD accreditation is an advantage but not essential.
* Good interpersonal skills. Able to communicate in a non-abrasive but firm style, being a good listener, patient.
* Excellent communication skills both written and spoken. (a 2 page CV is an example of you getting important information across in brevity)
* Attention to detail. Being able to read documentation and pick out the important bits.
* Strong organisational skills.
* Highly numerate and good with systems. Previous experience with HRIS is a strong advantage
* Advanced MS Excel with the ability to manipulate data and build Excel models.
* At least 3 year's experience, probably 5 years + within an HR department in the financial services or one of the big four consultancies.
If you are a highly ambitious HR person wanting to make a move into Private Equity then reply without delay! The client will be interviewing as and when good CV's come in.