Head of Global Compensation (USA Remote)

Employer
Turnitin
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Aug 12, 2022
Closes
Aug 14, 2022
Ref
624938710
Function
Accountant, IT
Industry
Other
Hours
Full Time
Company Description When you join Turnitin, you'll be welcomed into a company that is a recognized innovator in the global education space. For more than 20 years, Turnitin has partnered with educational institutions to promote honesty, consistency, and fairness across all subject areas and assessment types. Over 16,000 academic institutions, publishers, and corporations use our services: Gradescope by Turnitin, iThenticate, Turnitin Feedback Studio, Turnitin Originality, Turnitin Similarity, ExamSoft, and ProctorExam.Turnitin has offices in Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Our diverse community of colleagues are all unified by a shared desire to make a difference in education. Come join us, and let's make change together.A' Job Description Job Summary:Turnitin is seeking to hire a Head of Global Compensation to join our People team. The People Team enables Turnitin to unleash the full potential of "A< oeOne Team' and culture, which in turn enables it to deliver its business strategy and purpose.A' The People Team is split into four verticals:A' Global People PartnersCenters of Excellence (COEs)People Services / HR Shared ServicesA' People Strategy & Operations (PS&O)A' This role will report to the Chief People Officer and serve as the Head of the Global Compensation COE, a function whose remit is key to our ability to attract and retain the best talent. The incumbent will partner with leaders to advise on best practice and contribute to the design, implementation, administration and governance of global Compensation programs, ensuring that outcomes meet current and future business needs and are consistent with internal and external market position.A' What you will do:Team Inspiration and Leadership: Lead a team of Compensation subject matter experts who will optimize Turnitin's Total Rewards offerings to ensure a competitive position in the market, in alignment with the company's strategic objectives.A' Compensation Strategy & Execution: Evaluate, improve and administer Turnitin's Global Compensation Strategy - maintaining alignment with pay for performance, budgets and local labor laws. Analyze competitiveness of Compensation programs and define the roadmap required to achieve the company's growth goals. Develop Compensation package structure (base pay, short and long term incentives) for executives and all levels of employees globally. Lead execution of job leveling, salary surveys and annual salary reviews. Lead the planning and preparation of materials for the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors (approximately 4x Annually). Manage administration of executive equity and long term incentive programs, and collaborate closely with the Legal and Finance teams to deliver a market competitive equity program, understanding and communicating the cost implications of any proposed program changes. Manage global equity grant process partnering with senior leaders, Finance and People Team peers.A' Business Partnerships: Learn the business, industry, and culture. Establish, build, and leverage positive working relationships with business leaders, People Team peers, and other key stakeholders. Develop and implement a proactive communication plan for the Compensation function that directly supports and drives the strategic direction of the business and holistically delivers a positive employee experience. Manage relationships and projects with relevant external partners, consultants and vendors. Create means to increase the knowledge and understanding of our employees and candidates as it relates to Compensation offerings in support of talent attraction and retention.Project/Financial Management: Lead additional projects as requested, including: labor market research; workforce planning; acquisition integrations; cost/benefit analysis; compliance reporting, etc. Proactively partner with the Finance department on budgeting and accrual of all Compensation programs. Qualifications 15+ years of Global Compensation experienceMinimum of 5 years of experience in Executive Compensation, global company and people managementA' People leadership experience requiredA' 10+ years of experience with broad-based compensation programsTech / Engineering sector experience preferredA' BA / BS degree or equivalent experience required; (MS / MA degree preferred)Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) preferredExperience with private and public equity programs; ability to work independently with outside counsel and external consultantsHighly detail driven with emphasis on accuracy, coupled with an ability to see the bigger pictureExpert in formatting and presenting Compensation data, conclusions and proposals, to executives and Board of Directors / Compensation CommitteesStrong mathematical, analytical, quantitative, and organizational skillsKnowledgeable of global benefits program design and administrationExperience with M&A due diligence and integration of equity programs, preferably across international locationsA' People-centric professional - ability to communicate and interact effectively with all level of employees, particularly C-suite and Board of DirectorsExpert level Excel or Google Sheets and Compensation Planning SoftwaresA' Must be able to demonstrate a high degree of tact, discretion and sound business judgmentElements:Strategic ThinkingCollaboration & InfluencingGoal Setting & Vision ExecutionQuality FocusAdaptability Additional Information Our Mission is to ensure the integrity of global education and meaningfully improve learning outcomes.A' Our Values underpin everything we do.Customer Centric - We realize our mission to ensure integrity and improve learning outcomes by A' putting educators and learners at the center of everything we do.Passion for Learning - We seek out teammates that are constantly learning and growing and build a workplace which enables them to do so.Integrity - We believe integrity is the heartbeat of Turnitin. It shapes our products, the way we treat each other, and how we work with our customers and vendors.Action & Ownership - We have a bias toward action and empower teammates to make decisions.One Team - We strive to break down silos, collaborate effectively, and celebrate each other's successes.Global Mindset - We respect local cultures and embrace diversity. We think globally and act locally to maximize our impact on education.A' Seeing Beyond the Job AdAt Turnitin, we recognize it's unrealistic for candidates to fulfill 100% of the criteria in a job ad. We encourage you to apply if you meet the majority of the requirements because we know that skills evolve over time. If you're willing to learn and evolve alongside us, join our team!A' Turnitin, LLC is committed to the policy that all persons have equal access to its programs, facilities and employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

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