Seeking a Sr. Compensation Administrator with a strong understanding of equity compensation program design and administration.
The Compensation Administrator role will assist in the full scope of activities associated with the design, development, implementation and administration of competitive and legally compliant compensation programs; manage projects; coordinate activities; and prepare recommendations requiring a broad and thorough understanding of compensation techniques, methods, and practices. The Compensation Administrator role will assist with the implementation of the Company’s executive compensation program, including short/long term incentive compensation and equity administration. Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Reviewing offers, off-cycle and other salary actions for internal and market equity as well as compliance with internal policies/procedures, DCAA and related labor laws.
Maintaining and updating Company’s Job Architecture
Participating and completing compensation market survey to leverage competitive data and determine market trends
Designing and administering Merit/Salary Planning
Working with HRIS to ensure that all systems meet compensation needs and are updated according to compensation changes
Assisting with audit requests from DOL, DCAA and internal auditors
Researching current and changing regulations pertaining to employee compensation
Developing, implementing and documenting procedures to administer equity plans
Partnering with Benefits and Accounting team to execute equity award plans including all aspects of record-keeping, reconciliation, reporting, processing equity transactions in compliance with SOX and current regulations, and ensuring appropriate governance controls are in place.
Providing equity plan analysis; participating in the process of establishing new equity programs, as well as modifying existing programs as needed
Establishing and maintaining control procedures associated with stock plan administration, and partner with Benefits and Accounting Team to manage the day-to-day relationship with the third-party stock plan administrator
Serving as the direct point of contact for employees regarding all aspects of equity compensation
Requires 10 to 12 years with BS/BA or 8 to 10 years with MS/MA or 5 to 7 years with PhD; which 5 years related directly to equity administration and Compensation experience.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office skills with focus in Excel, PowerPoint and Access
Proven ability to be analytical and handle data effectively
Ability to manage multiple tasks while still delivering high quality results
Ability to function as an effective and respected partner to internal clients
Can do attitude and self-starter
Possess good judgment in safeguarding sensitive material and make sound decisions
Strong organizational and project administration skills