Reward/Compensation Governance, Senior Manager, Human Resources EMEA

Recruiter
Macquarie Group
Location
London, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Posted
15 Nov 2022
Closes
08 Dec 2022
Ref
17333079
Job Function
Other
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Part Time
Education
Bachelors
Are you an expert in rewards governance and looking for a flexible (part-time) work schedule? In this role you will have the opportunity to apply your expertise and steer our regional portfolio of business-critical Reward Governance projects, within a role that allows you freedom to balance your work and personal commitments.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven and enthusiastic Reward Manager to join our HR Reward function in London. This opportunity will give you the chance to work with the Reward Governance team supporting our global operating groups alongside colleagues in London and Sydney. You will primarily be responsible for ad-hoc regulatory and non-regulatory reward projects whilst assisting the EMEA Reward Governance team, as appropriate. The team are responsible for the delivery of reward governance within the EMEA Region across regulated entities covered by CRD5, IFD, IFPR, AIFMD and UCITS V. Reporting to the EMEA Head of Reward Governance, you will work in a small team with a remit including:
  • Review and refresh the remuneration governance delegation framework between Macquarie Group and local EMEA Board and Remuneration Committees.
  • Examine the EMEA Role Based Allowance (RBA) policy and process.
  • Help to enhance, grow and implement an ESG remuneration agenda across multiple EMEA regulated entities.
  • Assist with the development of an online Material Risk Taker (MRT) training / learning portal.
  • Evaluate and rationalise remuneration policy documentation (process, framework and application) within the Macquarie Group vs Local EMEA entity dynamic.
  • Ad hoc support of the Material Risk Taker (MRT) identification process including input in preparation of committee papers.
  • Support with the preparation and delivery of the annual regulatory disclosures (Pillar 3, RPS Questionnaire, High Earners Report and AIFM remuneration disclosure)
  • Liaison with internal stakeholders (wider HR team, Risk Management and business leads) on reward governance related matters and regulatory requirements

You will have a good understanding/knowledge of the EU regulatory landscape with previous experience working in a hands-on EU/UK remuneration regulation role within Financial Services. An understanding of Carried Interest plans would be beneficial although not essential.

You will have knowledge of Microsoft Excel, strong analytical skills and be highly numerate with great attention to detail. You will be resourceful, show initiative and be pro-active with the ability to work as part of a collaborative global team and independently, whilst managing competing priorities with a high degree of organisation and self-direction. Strong communication skills are crucial, alongside excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-task. You will have demonstrable problem-solving skills, along with a creative and solutions focused approach. In addition, you will also have the confidence to think differently and be open to learning in a fast paced and changing environment.

If you are an enthusiastic team player, with a flexible work approach and desire to succeed, we would love to hear from you.

Part Time: Open and flexible to arrangements (days, hours, school term-time) to suit the successful candidate.

About the Corporate Operations Group

The Corporate Operations Group brings together specialist support services in Digital Transformation & Data, Technology, Operations, Human Resources, Business Services, Corporate Strategy & Solutions, and the Macquarie Group Foundation. We deliver service excellence to ensure Macquarie is open for business, deliver on transformational change, invest in our people and have deep relationships with our customers.

Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths. An inclusive and equitable workplace enables us to embrace that diversity to deliver more innovative and sustainable solutions for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. At Macquarie, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If you're inspired to deliver on our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future', we want you on our team. If you need adjustments made to the recruitment process, please reach out to your recruiter.

As an inclusive employer, Macquarie does not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.

Joining Macquarie means you'll be able to work in a way that suits you best. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. Talk to us about what working arrangements would help you thrive.
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