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Posted on 13 May, 2024

Executive Remuneration Analyst

Executive Remuneration Analyst
Up to £70,000 + Bonus
Edinburgh/London (Hybrid)


Overview
Dartmouth Partners is working with an asset management firm on an Executive Remuneration Analyst. You'll be part of a two person Executive Compensation team which will offer excellent exposure within the business and opportunity for development.

This role offers a unique opportunity to delve into the realm of executive remuneration, where you will play a pivotal role in supporting various aspects of their Remuneration Committee cycle and executive compensation strategies.

The role
You will:
  • Assist in the planning process for the annual cycle of Committee meetings
  • Deliver accurate and timely remuneration disclosures and reporting in compliance with relevant regulations
  • Manage the uploading and organization of Committee papers on the Board portal
  • Draft Committee papers and meeting minutes, ensuring accuracy and clarity
  • Contribute to the preparation of the annual Directors’ Remuneration Report and Policy reviews
  • Support broader executive remuneration matters, including regulatory compliance and stakeholder engagement
  • Collaborate effectively with colleagues across the Global Reward function to gather input and insights
  • Stay abreast of evolving remuneration and governance regulations

Experience:
You will ideally tick some of the following boxes:
  • Have excellent analytical and numerical skills
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Effective planning and project management abilities
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
  • Proactive and results-oriented mindset, capable of managing multiple priorities
  • Comfortable navigating ambiguity and problem-solving complex issues

The organisation is open to looking at either someone with broader compensation experience within financial services, or someone looking to make their first move inhouse.

 

Desired Experience

- Previous experience working in compensation either inhouse or consulting - Have excellent analytical and numerical skills - Strong written communication skills - Effective planning and project management abilities - Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word - Proactive and results-oriented mindset, capable of managing multiple priorities - Comfortable navigating ambiguity and problem-solving complex issues

Key Elements of the Role

- Assist in the planning process for the annual cycle of Committee meetings - Deliver accurate and timely remuneration disclosures and reporting in compliance with relevant regulations - Manage the uploading and organization of Committee papers on the Board portal - Draft Committee papers and meeting minutes, ensuring accuracy and clarity - Contribute to the preparation of the annual Directors’ Remuneration Report and Policy reviews - Support broader executive remuneration matters, including regulatory compliance and stakeholder engagement - Collaborate effectively with colleagues across the Global Reward function to gather input and insights - Stay abreast of evolving remuneration and governance regulations

Location

London/Edinburgh (Hybrid)
Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson

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