REMOTE Director Of Total Rewards

Employer
Pedagog
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Nov 24, 2021
Closes
Nov 26, 2021
Ref
222437853
Industry
Other
Hours
Full Time
One of our BEST global clients with an established brand is positioning for significant growth, and is looking to fill a new leadership position!CompensationBase up to $160kAnnual bonus and other traditional benefitsOverviewThe Director of Total Rewards will primarily manage the overall administration and communication of the employee compensation program, along with various other benefit programs. They will participate in the strategic planning and development of policies/procedures, new programs and technology to ensure progressive total rewards in a competitive recruitment and retention environment. This individual ensures compliance of compensation programs, including payroll, with the various governing agencies and laws. This individual will manage a staff. Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the design, implementation and ongoing evaluation of the compensation and programs at all levelsOversees executive compensation program, including: (1) compensation program evaluation, design and implementation; (2) benchmarking and setting compensation targets; (3) year-end compensation and reporting; and (4) managing executive compensation programs.Leads the annual comprehensive compensation process including design, administration, distribution, communication and training for the company to ensure a competitive environment, consistent with compensation trends and the company's Compensation Philosophy. Manages compensation benchmarking, including managing third party compensation vendors.Manages all necessary routine and non-routine functions required for the biweekly processing of payroll for the purpose of accurate and timely distribution of employee pay.Responsible for all data submissions related to compensation and benefits, ie, incentive compensation, deferred compensation, new hire, termination and any other ad hoc compensation requests.Evaluates, monitors and documents all human resource compliance including internal control and related procedures within the HR department that fulfill requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act as well as internal risk management standards. Designs controls to safeguard the validity of data provided to Accounting. Responsible for HRIS and departmental security reports.Prepares annual budget for cost centers. Reviews monthly charges to these cost centers and monitors where expenses are relative to the budget.Maintaining updated policy documents and operating procedures and providing exception reports in accordance with our compliance guidelines and in response to Internal Audit and or Enterprise Risk Management requests. Provide oversight to the management of the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) to ensure accurate and timely data management/retrieval, system upgrades and conversions.Oversees the mid-year and annual performance review process.Responsible for keeping all Emergency Management documents up to date.Responsible for HR Business Continuity Plan.Assists in development and maintenance of various HR metrics and periodically providing data for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.Assists in conducting various trainings, including: open enrollment, new/existing manager, performance management, HR systems, etc. Maintains contact with employees, managers, and those outside the company for the purpose of servicing internal and external inquiries and requests related to compensation and benefits.QualificationsA bachelor's degree and 7+ years' Human Resources experience, OR a master's degree in Human Resources Management or an MBA and 5 years' experience in the HR field, OR any similar combination of education and experience.Working knowledge of employee benefit (including retirement plans) program administration, compensation plans, FMLA, and COBRA administration at a level normally acquired through 5 years of progressive experience.Five years of HCM experience, preferably with Workday, or other similar HRIS and data management systems/software. Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) certifications are a plus. Must have a working knowledge of accounting concepts. Strong math reasoning ability and proficiency with software applications.Knowledge of FMLA, HIPAA, COBRA and other federal, state and local regulations.Knowledge of SEC reporting requirements as relates to executive compensation is a plus.Proficient in Excel, with the ability to analyze, forecast and project data to aid in decision making. Strong analytical skills necessary in order to recommend and aid in the implementation of departmental policies and procedures and interpret Wage and Hour and FMLA laws and regulations. Solid understanding of laws, regulations and theories. Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 tools (particularly Excel), and the ability to analyze data to make decisions and recommendations for action even in instances where all data or outcomes are uncertain.Previous supervisory experience preferred.CEBS or SHRM/SPHR certification preferred.Excellent communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills.Must be very organized and detailed-oriented. Ability to perform multiple diverse tasks simultaneously and under pressure.

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