Compensation Associate

in London, Greater London

As a key member of the EMEA Compensation Team, you will provide strategic analysis, planning, and operational execution excellence across the region.

This role will and give an eager candidate an excellent opportunity to learn about the firm, its businesses, and how the HR compensation team drives BlackRock’s pay-for-performance culture.  The role will be varied and include extensive analytics and modeling, partnering with colleagues across the firm, and working with senior management to ensure all employees in EMEA are paid fairly.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop tools and processes to coordinate and provide in-depth and ad hoc analytical support/guidance to Business Partners and Managers.
  • Market Data Collation and Analysis including role matching and leveling
  • Act as the main point of contact for new hire offer package reviews and advise as required
  • Deliver training to recruiters as required
  • Develop pay ranges for specific populations/locations based on market data and recruitment activity
  • Provide analytical support to EMEA Compensation Team on various reporting such as regulatory, pay gap analysis
  • Partnering with HR Business partners were required in providing compensation proposals/advice
  • Become a ‘super user’ of the Compensation System providing support for end-users
  • Additional duties may include special projects, process improvements, and assisting the EMEA Compensation Team in the development and implementation of team initiatives

Desired Skills:

  • Excellent communicator (written and spoken); professional, persuasive, credible, and succinct
  • A high degree of personal creditability and excellent stakeholder management skills
  • High level of business acumen, able to identify the most commercial response in any given situation
  • Flexible and pragmatic approach towards delivering business-focused solutions at all levels
  • Ability to deliver with accuracy and speed
  • Strong financial modeling skills, highly proficient level on Microsoft Excel and remaining MS Office suite
  • Analytical and numerical mindset
  • Attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy whilst being able to see the bigger picture
  • Strong work ethic – Ability to work on their own and manage their own time effectively
  • Team player – global and regional
  • Ability to handle large volumes of varied tasks/data and react positively in a pressurized environment
  • Proactive and results-driven

Desired Experience:

  • Compensation experience desired (financial services and/or consulting experience preferred)
  • Experience with Human Resources Information Systems (e.g. Workday, Oracle, etc.)
  • Ability to navigate through ambiguity and remain flexible and adaptable amidst change
  • Strong project and time management skills, with an emphasis on being organized, detail-oriented, deadline-driven
  • Proven experience in building strong relationships and working, advising, and influencing across all levels of an organization
  • Deep knowledge of Compensation approaches, their advantages, and limitations

Other Details

  1. Job Type Full Time
  2. Job Location Drapers Gardens, 12 Throgmorton Ave, London EC2N 2DL
  3. Category Human Resource
  4. Posted Posted 1 week ago