The Executive Compensation Analyst will provide analytical support to the Manager, Executive Compensation in the management of executive compensation programs. The individual in this role will have strong attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple projects. S/he will participate in a broad range of compensation activities including, but not limited to: market pricing analysis/evaluation, preparation of executive level reports, reviewing communications and plan design. S/he will also be responsible for the administering and management of executive compensation data.
A seasoned compensation professional with the ability to work flexibly and creatively to establish and continually enhance the Compensation function. Someone who can quickly review information and ensure accuracy in their work. Experienced working with highly compensated individuals and executives.
The incumbent will support fellow compensation team members as well as the HR Business Partner organization and HR management with problem solving, analysis, development of supporting materials. Under guidance of the Manager, Executive Compensation s/he will coordinate with Human Resource, Legal, Finance, Tax/Compliance and Operating Teams to facilitate and ensure complete end-to-end administration of executive compensation. Will also be called on to provide support for HR M&A activities.
Support the Manager, Executive Compensation in administering compensation programs for senior officers of the company
Create, organize and maintain executive data so that it can quickly and easily be referenced
Assist in the project planning and submission of materials to the Human Resources and Governance Committee and Board of Directors
Participate in executive survey matching sessions and complete market analysis
Develop ad hoc reports as necessary
Support the Head of Compensation and/or Compensation team on large initiatives
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, human resources or related field
Five to seven years in compensation; At least two years’ experience working with executive compensation
Knowledge of government regulations applicable to compensation base and incentive compensation programs, company policies and operations
Strong oral and written communication skills
Excellent attention to detail and follow-through
Ability to work in fast paced, high performing environment
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), currently ranked #226 on the Fortune 500, is one of the largest mutual life insurers. As of December 31, 2016, Guardian reports $1.5 billion in operating income, $7.4 billion in capital, and $66.5 billion in assets under management.
Guardian consistently scores high marks for financial strength from all four majo...r credit rating agencies and enjoys a strong competitive position in its major businesses: life insurance, disability income insurance, annuities, investments, dental and vision insurance and employee benefits.
As a mutual company founded over 150 years ago, Guardian is owned by its policyholders. The company has paid dividends to policyholders every year since 1868 and the Company’s 8,800 employees and 2,750 financial representatives are aligned with its mission to help individuals, families, and small businesses achieve financial security and protection.
Guardian states its aspiration in the following way: “To be the trusted mutual partner, delivering financial security how, when, and where our clients prefer.”