This opportunity is with a publicly traded company in the Columbus area.
The Director, Executive Compensation will work closely with this company’s Board of Directors. They will manage the company’s Long-Term Incentive Plans and assist in the strategic development of executive compensation.
- Manage the development and implementation of the Company’s Long-Term Incentive Plan designs
- Leverage a fundamental understanding of design and behavior motivation to develop innovative incentive designs that reward value creation
- Ensure proper administration of such designs, including legal/regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, and rigor on performance requirements
- Direct the activities of the Compensation team administering the Company’s equity programs, including the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
- Approve equity transactions (grants, forfeitures, vestings, exercises, dividend distributions)
- Oversee LTIP-related projects
- Ensure administration remains compliant with company practices and policies, including audit compliance
- Manage the preparation and material generation process for the Company’s Compensation Committee meetings
- Model analyses of potential design changes across all facets of Compensation
- Use a proficiency in MS Office, particularly PowerPoint, to present complex concepts via simple, creative communications
- Coordinate across functions such as Finance, Accounting, Tax, and Legal to ensure data and materials are available and prepared for CC meetings
- Coordinate with compensation consultants, homogenizing strategy and materials between consultants and management
- Manage the calendar to ensure projects and materials remain on schedule
- Support other members in Compensation with projects such as annual salary planning, incentive calculations/processing, job evaluations, survey completion, etc.
- Conduct ad hoc Compensation analyses
- Develop and deliver robust communications in support of compensation program roll-outs to HR
- Support future acquisition/divestiture activities as they relate to the compensation function
- Maintain necessary compensation documentation with respect to compliance with Sarbanes Oxley
- This position may be assigned at times to work on additional Human Resources projects unrelated to Compensation.
- Bachelor’s degree or demonstrated equivalent work experience
- Minimum three years of relevant Compensation experience
- Ability and comfort with executive interaction
- Developed skills in Excel and PowerPoint
- Strong financial and analytical skills. Ability to leverage these skills in auditing work to ensure accuracy
- Customer service and results-oriented, with an ability to prioritize work, multi-task, and meet deadlines
- Familiarity with HRIS data software packages
- Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills
- Ability to adapt to a fast-paced and changing business model
- Understanding of practical business needs as they relate to compensation programs
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