The Reward Analyst is responsible for providing essential services to the People Reward and Recognition (PR&R) chapter independently.
This position will be accountable for having a firm understanding of, and the ability to, articulate all global reward processes and timelines.
The Reward Analyst will have a firm grasp of Roche Rewards policies and procedures and will provide guidance on typical / common and recurring reward questions that could come from employee inquiries.
The Reward Analyst will organizationally be aligned with People Support Solutions (PSS) and additionally be an active part of the People Reward and Recognition (PR&R) chapter.
Relocation benefits are available for this job posting, you must be willing to relocate to San José, Costa Rica.
Key Responsibilities :
The key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to :
Collaborate with Reward Partners on understanding organizational structures and roles
Perform job evaluations and position description analysis
Submit data to benchmark provider and determine / recommend pay grades based on benchmark data
Conduct internal and external compensation analysis to identify comparative salary trends and ensure equity across the organization
Supports the introduction of innovative technologies and their further development
Conduct audits and analysis on current programs, policies and procedures to help develop recommendations on potential changes, gaps or enhancements to significantly improve existing practices.
Serves as a member of the PR&R chapter in the continual improvement of work processes and in reducing work from the system in order to create a more efficient and streamlined organization
The following are requirements for the individuals in this position :
Exceptional analytical skills
Advanced Critical thinking
Mastery of analysis tools (i.e. Excel, Access, Smartsheet) and HR systems
Prior experience in the compensation practice area
Ability to turn data into a story
Customer Focus expertise
Core capabilities include :
Living customer centricity through your day-to-day interactions (incl. needs anticipation, cultural awareness, managing one’s response)
Demonstrating problem-solving (incl. active listening, critical thinking, process improvements)
Having a growth mindset (incl. taking risks and experimenting, seeking new learning opportunities, asking and giving feedback)
Demonstrated understanding of key compensation philosophies and principles