Reward Manager (HR) required for public sector pensions company, Brighton, hybrid working (1-2 days in the office per week), £54-71k doe, permanent role.

You will be managing all the reward activities, ranging from engagement with the senior leadership team and Executive Board on reward strategy and policy matters, through to managing the day-to-day operations and processes including governance.

The role will play a key part in embedding the newly designed Reward framework and policies, developing further processes for longer term management, testing the framework to ensure it's being used consistently and fairly, and continuous improvement of ways of working within the HR function and out in the business.

You will:

Lead on and manage the ongoing embedding of the Reward framework, which was implemented in January 2022.
Management of our Employee Benefits portal within affordability and public sector pay policy constraints.
Lead on and work in partnership with Korn Ferry and Willis Towers Watson to undertake our 3-year, high-level review of our Reward arrangements, including pay groups, pay bands, etc.
Manage and maintain all Reward policies providing expert advice and guidance on best practice to managers in the business, internal stakeholders within the People Team, as well as calling on other subject matter experts where required to support these activities.
Work collaboratively on pay audits.
Run and provide expert advice on current Reward case work.
Manage and coordinate the annual pay award cycle, including a market-related review of pay bands, application of performance related pay arrangements and annual discretionary bonus scheme.
Participate in salary surveys and undertake reward benchmarking, in support of market related increases to our pay bands, working with Korn Ferry and Willis Towers Watson.
Identify, design, and implement ongoing Reward-based communications and training to support all aspects of Reward activity. e.g., delivery of Equal Pay Awareness sessions
Provide governance, processes, and audits of our job evaluation framework, ensuring roles are being evaluated consistently.
Lead on the management and maintenance of Job evaluation grading system, which utilises the Hay job evaluation methodology to underpin its pay and grading arrangements.
Support the continued development of HR colleagues and senior leaders in interpreting Reward intelligence to help them make decisions
Assist colleagues in our EDI team with the production of gender/ethnicity pay gap reports on an annual basis. This may include analysing the findings and drawing conclusions / making recommendations for improvements and managing data submission of salary information/surveys/reports Experience needed:
Experience of operating at a senior Reward manager level.

Demonstrable evidence of designing, implementing, and embedding robust Reward policies, processes, and governance frameworks.
Evidence of analysing, interpreting, and presenting internal and external pay data to input into pay audits, case work and business cases, as well as presenting in plain English to non-subject matter Experts.
Experience of working within a unionised environment.
Ideally (but not essential) trained in the Hay job evaluation methodology, with experience of conducting audits and reviews of this approach.
Knowledge and understanding of how public sector pay policy operates desirable.The Reward Manager (HR), Brighton, East Sussex is a permanent role, up to £71k doe, hybrid working. Exceptional benefits include civil service pension, flexible working, 25 days holidays plus Bank Holidays, employee assistance, discretionary bonus. Looking to interview w/c 19 June.

Please be aware this advert will remain open until the vacancy has been filled. Interviews will take place throughout this period, therefore we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment.

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