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Rewards Analyst – Disability position


Rewards Analyst – Disability position

Well established client within the FMCG sector is looking for a Rewards Analyst with at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role.

The Rewards Analyst will provide support in the execution and coordination of Rewards within the company including administration of surveys, job matching, annual processes, administrative support, and any data analysis relating to rewards.

Salary: Market-related Include benefits

Disability Position: Only a Disability candidate will be considered.

Minimum requirements:

Matric, with Diploma in Human Resources
3 years HR general experience,
2 years in an HR Information / Analysis / Data or BI function
Certifications – Rewards Administrator designation or working towards GRP

Key Duties:

Job Evaluation:

Jobs are accurately graded, in line with market
Business Units HR understands how jobs are evaluated, and the expectations of job profile quality

Annual Processes:

Guide HR Managers in the Annual Processes (Annual Increases, Incentive Schemes) and assist in resolving queries
Data submitted to Rewards is accurate
HR Business Units are engaged and aware of submission deadlines
Increases and incentives are processed and submitted to the Remuneration Committee on time

Benchmarking Surveys

Benchmark jobs to remuneration houses and add subsequent data to the HR System
Populate salary survey data and coordinate the submission to the appropriate remuneration house
Complete job audits and resolves queries from survey houses

Information Reporting and Analysis

Engage with Business to develop meaningful remuneration dashboards and compare-ratio reports
Compile quarterly team reports

Project Coordination

Complete projects on an ad-hoc basis as per requests from Business (for example, grading alignment within a Business unit)
Administer Job family implementation within the HR system

Please apply online

FROGG Recruitment

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FROGG Recruitment SA

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