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EMEA Compensation & Benefits Lead, London (UK)

United Kingdom
Status completed
Tags Compensation & Benefits
Duration

permanent

Date posted

25 Sep 2018

The Company

This is an exciting growth organisation and a leader in its respective specialist business services sector. Operating across 6 continents and over 120 countries, the company is strong in innovation, capability, ongoing operational excellence and has a real focus on its people. With a positive shift in C&B strategy and growth forecast; there is a current requirement to identify a new EMEA C&B Lead. The position will be based in London, UK.

The Role

This newly structured and highly visible role will see you report to global C&B and have a key focus around managing regional EMEA C&B programs. Initial priorities will include the compensation process in strong partnership with HRBPs and business leaders. In addition you will also be supporting/leading other critical global or regional projects around M&A and rewards harmonisation.  

The Individual

To be successful, you will be an experienced, highly analytical C&B specialist with a proven track record across the EMEA region and comfortable building relationships and influencing stakeholders in complex environments. M&A, project management and change will be highly desirable with both ongoing and future reorganisation plans.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Compensation & Benefits
  • Industry
    IT & Telecommunications
  • International Coverage
    Regional
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Global Head of C&B
  • Potential upsides
    Exciting time to help shape the function with strong growth forecast.
  • Potential challenges
    A fast-paced, complex and changing environment requires being comfortable in some ambiguity.
  • Job Reference
    AEXR-222614/GT
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