Job Description The Compensation Manager will play a critical role on the newly expanded Global Compensation team, ensuring our compensation processes are executed with excellence, while also looking for opportunities for continuous improvement. Responsibilities include:
- Partner closely with HR Business Partners, business leaders, and other HR leadership to support all compensation related matters for one of the three Moody's Business Entities: Moody's Investor Services (MIS); Moody's Analytics (MA); or Moody's Shares Services (MSS).
- Serve as the Global Compensation process lead from one of three main compensation processes: job grading/survey management; Annual Compensation Review; or Annual Promotional Process.
- Provide compensation leadership for analysis and process development related to acquisitions.
- Implement and maintain tools in our HRIS system (SuccessFactors) that support the compensation programs; work with HRIS to develop system improvements to enhance our processes.
- Collaborate with Finance and Legal teams to ensure compliance with budgets and legal requirements
- Develop and implement effective communication and change management strategies that support our compensation programs and philosophy.
- Bachelor's degree (or equivalent experience); MBA or Master's degree or equivalent preferred
- 5+ years of HR experience demonstrating knowledge of compensation policies, processes and practices
- Experience working in a global environment
- Displays a strong understanding of compensation program design, development, analysis, and administration
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Experience with compensation technology solutions
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively within a global environment
- Must be a self-starter and be comfortable sensitive and confidential issues
- Experience with SuccessFactors (preferred)
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