Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping, Finance, Economics, Banking, Human Resources
4 Year Degree
This position is responsible for supporting the Total Rewards team with a focus on stock plan administration as well as additional analysis and communication support as needed.
Responsible for daily aspects of LTIP plan administration. Act as daily contact for our broker, create and load inhibit files for trading blackouts, verify transactions and distribute information to necessary parties, work with HR and HRIS to resolve file feed error issues, etc.
Responsible for smaller grants and vests and will partner with Stock Compensation Manager and Morgan Stanley on annual grant and vest process.
Responsible for all aspects of ESPP plan administration; quarterly enrollment, participant changes, annual purchases, coordination with payroll, tax filings for disqualifying distributions, answer employee questions, etc.
Responsible for administering the Board of Director quarterly and annual cash and equity payments. Process transactions with Morgan Stanley and accounting, prepare annual statements, provide information for Form 4 filings, etc.
Participate in proxy preparation; run various reports from Sapphire, gather support data from various sources and assist in table set-up.
Conduct data analysis utilizing information from human resources information systems and other data sources in order to test and/or report on total rewards programs. Provide both standard and ad-hoc analyses as needed. Audit data and resolve issues as needed.
Assist other team members in the administration of merit, IC, LTIP and communications of these plans as needed.
Maintain Total Rewards’ Sharepoint site for regional and Corporate HR team members. Survey site users for updates and/or additional informational needs and make necessary changes with input from appropriate Total Rewards subject matter expert.
General support to the team as needed.
Demonstrate a commitment to Hyatt core values
The position responsibilities outlined above are in no way to be construed as all encompassing. Other duties, responsibilities, and qualifications may be required and/or assigned as necessary
1-3 years of compensation, systems, HR, Finance or other analytical experience is required
1+ years of experience with ESPP and equity plan administration preferred
Prior HR/Total Rewards related experience preferred
Ability to analyze data from various sources and present findings
Strong written and verbal communication skills required
Knowledge of compensation practices preferred
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
Strong attention to detail
Ability to juggle competing priorities
Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience required
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Intermediate/advanced Excel skills are required
Knowledge of ADP Enterprise and/or Peoplesoft preferred
Knowledge of Equity systems, specifically Morgan Stanley’s StockPlanConnect and Sapphire, preferred
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