|Salary||£24.14 per hour||Sector||Recruitment & HR|
This is an interim role to start ASAP until the end of November 2019 and will pay £24.14 per hour.
The role of the HR Reward Analyst will be to oversee all activity relating to pay and reward including both routine and project work. This includes day to day and project responsibilities relating to the organisations pay and benefits offer including the job evaluation scheme, Group Income Protection and Life Assurance schemes, and occupational pension schemes.
- Manage the day to day provision of pay, benefits and other remuneration initiatives including: Cycle to work scheme, Childcare vouchers, Long service awards, Financial advice, Voluntary benefits
- Work closely with the broker to oversee the provision of the Group Income Protection and Life Assurance schemes
- Maintain regular contact with benefits providers
- Work closely with members of the finance department, the scheme providers and expert advisers, to oversee the occupational pension schemes.
- Undertake research and benchmarking to inform and make recommendations regarding the pay structure, including supporting pay negotiations and overseeing the implementation of any pay awards or other changes to salary grades.
- Continually review, develop and introduce benefits and other remuneration initiatives which align with organisational priorities and values and reflect good employment practice.
- Provide expert advice to customers and stakeholders on pay and reward matters.
- Review, update and implement pay and reward policies in accordance with agreed ways of working.
- Level 7 qualification in human resources management, or equivalent
- Relevant qualification in data reporting and analytics (desirable)
- Strong knowledge of the current pay and benefits landscape including awareness and understanding of legal considerations, good practice and emerging trends
- Strong knowledge of operating job evaluation schemes in practice.
- Strong knowledge of occupational pension schemes in practice.
- Working knowledge of good practice generalist HR processes/policies.
- Working knowledge of employment legislation.
- Excellent working understanding of the Data Protection Act in relation to employee data.
- Identifying and successfully implementing pay and reward policies and initiatives which support the business's aims, objectives and values.
- Involvement in running job evaluation schemes, ideally in having oversight of a scheme and associated system.
- Involvement in running occupational pension schemes.
- Overseeing supplier relationships to ensure a quality and value service is received.
- Working with relevant systems, technologies and databases, ideally OpenHR and Gauge.
- Producing, analysing and presenting data to internal stakeholders up to the most senior level.
- Successfully managing generalist HR casework e.g. disciplinary and grievance (desirable).
- Designing and delivering training on own areas of specialism (desirable).
- Excellent project management skills to include planning, execution and evaluation.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, including the identification and use of appropriate strategies to proactively resolve issues.
- Excellent report writing and data presentation skills including the ability to explain complex matters accurately and clearly, both in writing and verbally to a variety of audiences.
- High attention to detail.
- Ability to work with confidential and sensitive information with discretion.
- Excellent numeracy skills.
- Advanced Excel skills.
- Able to use a variety of software packages including Microsoft Word, Outlook and PowerPoint as well as HR systems and databases.