Senior Reward Analyst

Brown Shipley, London, GBR, EC2R 7HE
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Purpose of the Job

Quintet Private Bank is a leading private bank in the wealth management sector; we are committed to our client and their families and pride ourselves on our personalised service based on a deep understanding of what clients want to achieve. Compared to others, we are small (x2,000 employees across 450 European and UK locations) with an ambition to stay true to our purpose to be the most trusted fiduciary of family wealth. 

As part of the development of the Group HR function, we are looking to appoint an experienced Reward Specialist to work closely with the Group Head of Total Reward & Performance in harmonising a number of key Reward initiatives as well as cyclical activities including annual performance and bonus cycle

Key Accountabilities

• Lead in the enhancement of cyclical activities for the UK end to end
• Support of UK job architecture/ benchmarking/ job description review
• Salary benchmarking across the group
• Support and advise on the revision of compensation strategy in the UK
• Assist in preparation of board papers, including gender pay gap analysis
• Be a single point of contact for all compensation and performance related matters for all the functions in the UK
• Advise business and Group HR colleagues (e.g. Recruiter, HRBP) on market benchmark data and related deferred compensation for new hires or internal promotions (offer production)
• Ensure internal equity regarding promotion and/or new hires
• Assist in continually developing material, guidelines, process description for Reward activity 
• Define and own hiring and internal promotion process and ensuring robust budget management working in partnership with Finance and Functional leader
• Manage the new hire / promotion offer process, including variable compensation and work closely with the Talent Acquisition team and across locations
• Own any financial reporting relating to compensation, including deferred compensation and variable bonus accrual in 
the UK

Knowledge and Experience

Commercially focused Compensation practitioner with proven and relevant experience within financial/banking sector working across a broad Reward & Performance agenda in either a leading or advising Comp & Benefits role.
Knowledge of European and UK legislation from a compensation perspective
Experience using SuccessFactors would be advantageous but not necessary 
Ability to work effectively in a virtual environment and provide information in a concise and timely way
Project management experience will support overall success

Attributes and Qualities

Familiar working within international organisations (matrix structure) undergoing complex BAU and managing a transformational change agenda.
Ability to work autonomously and with initiative. 
Effective communicator able to bring people together to understand complex subjects in an easy way.
Problem solver with a positive approach, proactive attitude, actively supporting others and works collaboratively across the team. 
Understands the importance of responding to stakeholders quickly whilst working on the solutions, managing expectations.
Adherence to confidentiality, data protection is a prerequisite.
 

Technical Skills

Numerate and well used to working with complex data files.
MS Office (PPT, Word, Excel), SuccessFactors (advantage)
EU& UK (eg CRD IV, AIFMD, UCITS, PRA guidelines, etc) also an advantage
GDPR regulatory knowledge.

Languages Skills

Fluent in English,
Desirable: French/German/Dutch would be an advantage

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