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Compensation Lead

Description   Job Summary:  The Compensation Lead is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of compensation strategies. Assists the Sr. Manager of Compensation, Analytics and Retirement Plans in the design, implementation and administration of compensation programs.  Leads compensation projects and oversees and provides guidance on the administration of the annual merit increase for all associates and store operations' bonus processes. Evaluates existing programs and policies to determine effectiveness and recommends, implements and oversees changes. Leads the compensation analysts and is responsible for their training, development and coaching. Principal Duties: Work with the Sr. Manager of Compensation, Analytics and Retirement Plans in developing and delivering the overall strategy for compensation. Assist in the design, implementation and administration of all field and corporate compensation programs Utilize analytical expertise to develop complex models and presents analysis related to pay and bonus for corporate and stores. Provide detailed and accurate ad-hoccompensation research and studies for People Team leadership. Oversee the delivery of timely and accurate monthly and ad-hoc detailed analysis and reporting on compensation programs Provide analytical and project management support to compensation and company projects as needed. Produce structured reporting on each initiative as it relates to measurement, timeline and desired outcome of the projects. Manage compensation projects, implement, communicate and oversee programs in support of new compensation initiatives or changes. Provide subject matter expertise related to Workday and compensation programs to optimize all compensationprocesses. Identify opportunities to change business processes, integrating them into the technology and facilitating their implementation, develop reporting, provide analyses, and provide system/process documentation and training. Oversee the administration of the Paid Time Off program and provide subject matter expertise. Work with the business partners to integrate, communicate, execute and rollout enhancements to the program. Support the review of existing and construction of new company policies related to PTO, bonus eligibility, salary increases and leave of absences for all associates. Monitor, evaluate and analyze compensation and bonus plans within stores.  Define, implement and oversee the supportprocessesassociated with the application of all variable pay plans within Store Operations. Review compensation programs for effectiveness and efficiencies; ensure programs comply with legal requirements and are cost effective Participate in market competitive analysis of current compensation programs.  Assist in the preparation materials for the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. Assist in the annual executive compensation grants, communications and processes.  Assist in the oversight of the annual merit increases and administers the bonus processes for all store associates.  Work cross functionally with various departments in the Company including Legal, Finance, and Payroll to ensure proper execution, budgeting and government compliance of all compensation plans. Maintain current knowledge of environmental, legal and regulatory factors that impact compensation practices.  Keep current on trends in total reward strategies. Monitor pending legislation and prepare analysis on impact to Wawa; prepare recommendations on changes needed to existing programs and policies based on pending regulation. Oversee all aspects of daily work of the compensation analyst. Provide overall direction and support for direct report(s) and monitor and assess individual work in accordance with high standards of excellence. Provide feedback, coaching, support, opportunities for development, complete performance appraisals, take corrective action when appropriate, and participate in hiring decisions. Essential Functions: Excellent analytical and problem solving skills Ability to work well individually as well as in a team environment Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent customer service skills Ability to work with little or no supervision Detail oriented and excellent organizational skills Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and independently Excellent interpersonal skills Proven self-starter with demonstrated ability to make decisions Excellent leadership skills Ability to raise issues proactively and in a timely manner Demonstrated ability to consult effectively with associates at all levels Demonstrated ability to work with emotional and sensitive information Minimum Requirements   Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in a business discipline or equivalent work experiencepreferred. 7-10 years of compensationexperience, executive compensationexperience. Experience designing, developing, implementing, communicating, and administering compensationprocesses/programs Knowledge of human resource and accounting laws that impact Compensation (FLSA, SEC Regulations, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, etc) CCP preferred Strong, proven mathematical, analytical abilities and problem-solving skills with limited information Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office suite Project management experience, as well as the ability to delegate 23520
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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