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Benefits Manager- VP

Jefferies

London
18 days ago
London
18 days ago
Benefits Manager- VP - (2100014Z)
Description
 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 

The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the following:

 

  • Overseeing corporate benefit plans for all locations in Europe and Asia. These include for Europe UK, Germany, France, Sweden, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland and Spain. For Asia these include Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Japan, India and Beijing.
  • This role has one employee (benefits administrator) reporting to the Benefits Manager and will involve training, mentoring as well as completing annual reviews.
  • Central contact with our UK flexible benefits provider ensuring the benefits portal is working and correcting any issues that arise in a timely manner.
  • Central contact with our International benefits partner, and liaison with local partners in location where necessary.
  • Managing annual renewals, negotiating best rates, communicating changes and providing pertinent information to staff at all levels. This includes completing competitive benchmarking analysis across the region ensuring alignment with corporate strategies/philosophies and legal requirements.
  • Implement communication initiatives to ensure appropriate understanding of benefits programs to all Jefferies employees.
  • Management of in-house wellbeing program, assessing provision and ensuring relevance.
  • Management of UK Group Personal Pension plan and annual governance as well as supplementary plans in other locations. Knowledge of UK tax legislation around pensions an advantage.
  • Relocation advice and logistics arrangement for internal transfers, secondments and relocations for Europe and Asia.
  • Identify opportunities and potential gaps to improve benefits and processes.
  • Oversee the benefits administration, reconciling and processing of benefit invoices for payment.
  • Maintenance of the Company’s PTO/attendance tracking systemworking with the benefits administrator and HR IT to ensure correct holidays and carryover for employees, and handling queries around the system and process.
  • Work with and assist the payroll team as and when required.
  • Project management and implementation of new benefit plans as and when required
  • Maternities/Paternities – Oversee and issue Maternity/Paternity forms and letters as well as carry out briefings and the return to work process as required with the benefits administrator, and calculate pay due to employees on family leave across all non-US locations/
  • Liaise with HR Administrators on team projects and recommendations.
  • Organising and presenting new joiner inductions as and when required.
  • Oversight of referencing process, ensuring all requested references are provided accurately within required timescales
 
Qualifications
 

CANDIDATE SPECIFICATION:

 

Basic Requirements

 

  • Experience of working within a benefits environment and with external providers.
  • Experience of running and delivering benefits initiatives.
  • High level of personal integrity and comfortable operating with ambiguity and balancing good governance with high quality service.
  • Confident presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Works well under pressure with good organisational skills in a fast-moving environment with little supervision.
  • Able to work with an array of people across many different areas of the business.
  • Knowledge of PeopleSoft and Oracle Fusion an advantage
  • Understanding of Thomsons Flexible benefits platform an advantage
  • High level of attention to detail with strong numeracy and analytical skills
  • Highly experienced user of Microsoft Office applications with good knowledge of excel.

 

 

 

Personal Attributes

  • High levels of energy, drive and an ethos of hard work
  • Good team player 
  • Reliability
  • Customer focus
 
Primary Location: GB-GB-London
Work Locations: 
London Bishopsgate 
100 Bishopsgate 
 London EC2N 4JL
Job: Human Resources
Organization: Corporate
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Regular
Job Level: Manager with Direct Reports
Job Posting: Feb 11, 2021, 2:55:03 PM
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Performance Marketer Manager

Front Of The Pack

London, London
Today
London, London
£50k - £100k
Today
£50k - £100k

What Is Front Of The Pack ?

We’re a team of experienced entrepreneurs, nutritional research scientists and medical professionals who believe that science-led products can play a role in the story of a healthier future for our furry pals.

Our pet wellness brand Front Of The Pack sets an exceptionally high bar for clinical evidence, proof, efficacy and quality.

What we are for is clinically backed pet health products, submitted to academic study and scrutiny and telling unique stories to educate and enchant highly informed and health conscious customers.

We arealso for turning complex science into clear English, and making a wide range of highly innovative and proprietary products that elevate the health of both humans and companion animals.

What we are against is stolen science, shady ‘wellness’ trends and the overwhelming amount of misinformation online.

Our Chief Science & Innovation Officer is one of the most respected and pioneering forces in the dietary supplement industry, having created whole, billion dollar, evidence-based categories, leading over 50 university-based studies across a wide range of applications, and introduced ingredients that are nothing less than global blockbuster.

We are looking to make our first key hire in our growth marketing team - might you be the person we are looking for?



What is the Vision, Mission and Purpose of Front Of The Pack?

Our long term vision is to reinvent the health and wellness category by building a global brand in pet wellness, with sustainable, eco-conscious products that are as good for the pet as they are for the planet.

Our mission to achieve our vision over the next 12 months is to launch more great products that customers love. Simple! We're already looking beyond our initial products to new ones in different functional health areas and highly innovative. Exciting!

Our purpose keeps us focussed on why we exist and this is to lead an evolution in the role, and prominence of evidence in the supplement space so that customers are genuinely informed, educated and empowered to improve the their companion animals for the better. Here's to raising the bar


Our first products are:

The One, a revolutionary blend of the most clinically-proven (in dogs!) ingredients to be used in a dog supplement, ever. With its 8 benefits in one, it offers an unparalleled way to provide your bestie with top-to-tail preventative support in one simple daily dose.

Move, a pure powder supplement that restores cartilage, soothes muscles and promotes healthy joint function throughout all stages of their life.

Harmony, an innovative, category-creating, non-drowsy calming supplement for your dog that helps promote a sense of calm and stress-free, relaxing mindset in under 90 minutes.

These products launched summer 2020, and have grown a highly dedicated early user base (we immediately went back into production due to pre-order demand).

We spent 9 months in development creating highly innovative products that deliver powerful, pure and proven with real scientific efficacy.

We do all of our design in-house and we manage each and every part of the development of our products - whether thats sourcing sustainable materials for packaging, procuring hard-to-find and innovative ingredients, developing specific and detailed blending and production processes to ensure quality and longevity of our product or innovating with genuinely new processes.


The Team:

Founded by experienced Co-Founders Neil Hutchinson (Forward Internet Group (Forward3D (>$50m exit), uSwitch (>$100m exit), Forward Partners and Kindness.org) and Chris Wilkinson (The Up Group (Acq: Alexander Mann Solutions), Forward Partners, Paws.com )







Who we are looking for:

Joining the Front Of The Pack team at this exciting, early and pivotal stage of our journey will require you to be someone who thrives on getting stuck into challenges by being curious, a fast learner who quickly adapts, a natural team player who is outcome focussed. Driven by being given the freedom to execute on delivering the business objectives.

The type of person you are and your values is just as important to us as your skills and experience as we are passionate about building an exceptional team of people who work well together.


What do those values look like?

  • Bounce Back Ability = Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Author of Anti Fragile & The Black Swan) talks of "Things That Gain From Disorder". As a group of people that have all come from very fast moving and ambitious startups we have found that the key indicator for success, and crucially enjoyment, is folks that benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure, risk, and uncertainty. They easily bounce back from inevitable setbacks and thrive on challenge. Is this you?
  • Ship, Shipmate, Self = First comes the company, then your team, finally yourself. In that order. Is that how you think about things?
  • 11x = Strive for the best, expect the same from your team mates and always go for gold. Is this how you think about things?
  • Be Kind = Before you roll your eyes and think here is another 'motherhood and apple pie' value, one of our founders (our CEO!) founded Kindness.org to spread more kindness around the world. It really is a value for us. We are human, we have challenges, we are vulnerable and make mistakes. Be kind.

We have a lot of experience in turning values into real living actions within companies. If they resonate with you then join us at the foundational stage and help us turn these aspirational set of values into long lasting, recognisable attributes of Front Of The Pack.


Requirements

What you will be doing…

As one of the 1st full-time hires in the newly formed Growth team you will be immediately responsible for:

  • Strategy, execution and optimisation of the company’s performance based, direct-response advertising across Facebook, Native, Search & Display
  • Creating ad copy, headlines, imagery and videos for advertisements
  • Writing copy for, and collaborating with teams of coders, video editors, and graphic designers to optimize sales funnels, create ad campaigns, and design A/B tests
  • Managing upwards of $500,000 monthly ad spend
  • Analysing web metrics, providing campaign reports, and optimizing traffic for maximum profitability
  • Hitting monthly traffic, spend, revenue and CPA targets

Next Challenge - >1 year on

Scale and lead the team required to take Front Of The Pack to hundreds of thousands of customers.

What will help to do your job well?

  • Minimum 3-5 years experience running performance marketing campaigns
  • In depth knowledge of scaling Facebook advertising campaigns to over $500k a month
  • Experience running native advertising campaigns at scale (Taboola, Outbrain, Yahoo Gemini etc)
  • Experience running Google Search, Display and Shopping ads

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and executing FOTPs multi-channel performance marketing strategy
  • Manage daily operations of paid social, display and native advertising campaigns
  • Provide hands-on optimization of ad campaigns across all marketing channels towards the company’s performance targets
  • Analyse campaign performance data and constantly optimize, feeding back to the team what is/is not working
  • CRO knowledge
  • Direct Response copywriting skills (ad and landing page copy)
  • Direct Response creative skills (video and image ads)
  • SEO knowledge

Working at Front Of The Pack

  • Being part of a small team means you will have the chance to really help shape the future of Front Of The Pack, working closely with the founders and our team of world-class advisors.
  • We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer, and embrace diversity in our culture. We strive to create a happy and healthy workplace for the team.
  • We promote a culture of a flexible working - we are outcome/results driven & appreciate great people have family lives too.
  • We also offer a budget for personal professional development as well as personal physical and emotional development.
  • We have regular social events.


Benefits

More info...

  • Front Of The Pack is based in LA and London
  • Front Of The Pack is venture funded by tier 1 VC's in London and California to the tune of multiples of millions of dollars. Consequently we have a healthy runway even before accounting for revenues from sales. (We are tight lipped on this as we are not big on PR and shouting about un earned success, we prefer to let our track record do the talking - of course we will discuss our position in interviews openly)
  • This role is based in the UK at the London HQ,
  • This role reports into our Head of Growth with a close link to the Co-Founders
  • This role is pitched at a competitive base + lucrative commission structure & equity (you can expect to double your base salary in year 1)
  • This role will come with equity
  • This role does have a benefits package associated with it
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Supply Chain Manager

Amazon UK

London, London
Today
London, London
Today
1216111
The Global Specialty Fulfillment team at Amazon is looking for an experienced Supply Chain Manager with a strong delivery record and senior leadership experience to own and manage strategic, cross-functional operations and business initiatives.
As a Supply Chain manager, you will use analytical, technical, program management, and operations management skills to develop plans for partner teams to execute. As a member of this team, you will be a thought leader and will work cross functionally to design the Amazon fulfillment network of the future. You will help craft new fulfillment concepts to integrate into our network to improve the overall customer experience and reduce the total cost of fulfillment. The role includes writing documents that present a clear view on Supply Chain Strategy, developing tech requirements to enhance our planning efforts and ensuring our fulfillment network is robust to address future challenges and growth.
Supply Chain Manager Responsibilities:
# Working with Retail, Finance and Operations partners towards defining supply chain and operating models for new businesses.
# Forming cross-functional project teams, planning, organizing, managing, and executing complex projects across multiple organizations and stakeholders.
# Building complex models to analyze future topology and communicating the vision to partner teams.
# Writing strategy documents that clearly communicate supply chain vision to senior leadership.
Supply Chain Manager basic Qualifications:
# Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Engineering, or other technical field from an accredited university.
# Previous experience conducting quantitative analysis.
# Proven experience conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis.
# Proven experience analyzing cost/benefit of proposed projects.
# Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Excel is required, including use of lookups and pivot tables.
# Entrepreneurial mindset capable of attacking interesting business problems head on.
# Strong oral and written communicator - able to bridge the gap across diverse audiences with disparate subject matter knowledge.
Supply Chain Manager preferred Qualifications:
# MBA or Master’s Degree in Engineering or related field.
# Strong data analysis and problem solving skills.
# Demonstrated ability leading projects with multiple stakeholders.
# Previous experience working in Supply Chain operations.
# Ability to thrive in an ambiguous environment.
# Excellent written and verbal communication skills complemented with the ability to problem solve independently.
# Strong SQL skills.
A successful candidate will also demonstrate:
# High attention to detail including proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously.
# Ability to think strategically and execute methodically.
# Ability to lead teams and work in a fast-paced environment where continuous innovation is desired.
# Commitment to learning and expanding professional and technical knowledge.
# Superior analytical and quantitative skills and ability to use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions and develop business cases.
# Ability to clearly communicate data insights to others.
# Willingness to roll up your sleeves and do whatever is necessary; general manager / owner mentality.
# Ability to dive deep in understanding the product, our business, and the competitive landscape.
About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this Supply Chain Manager position, please click on the apply button!
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Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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DevOps Engineer

Real-Time Consultants Ltd

City of London, London
Today
City of London, London
£75k - £80k Per Year
Today
£75k - £80k Per Year

DevOps Engineer - London / Remote - Up to £80,000 + Benefits
A hugely exciting RegTech start up who are going through a rapid growth period are looking to increase the talent within their small yet collaborative team with and enthusiastic DevOps Engineer.
This is the opportunity to work with an intuitive SaaS platform that has grown to become a market leading product and one of the world's first true RegTechs. It's also the chance to join a team that values professionalism, sustainability, and psychological safety. You'll be part of a group that hold each other to high standards, work hard on challenging problems and have a good time doing it.
At this moment in time, this will be a remote role, and once normal service resumes, you will have the choice and freedom to continue to do so or head into their vibrant London office - or do a mixture of both!
The Role
In this role, you will help grow the team of DevOps Engineers, supporting the evolution of the tech stack and ensuring customer data remains safe, secure and available. You'll lead by example and share your knowledge to help the team increase their skills, ability and confidence when working in production environments
As the DevOps Engineer, you will evaluate and select the appropriate infrastructure solutions, seamlessly integrating them. You'll build, configure and troubleshoot the cloud infrastructure and network, automating tasks and implement security policies and controls.
This is a high visibility role where you'll continuously look into ways to improve the overall ability to deliver applications and services at a faster pace, playing a key role in a dynamic team and helping to foster a culture of innovation.
About You
This role will suit someone who is collaborative and who has a passion for technology. You'll have a strong sense of team, excellent leadership skills and the ability to support those around you, keeping the team moving forward.
In terms of technical experience, you will be expected to have a skill set including experience of:
  • AWS / Lambda
  • Terraform
  • CI/CD
  • C#
  • JavaScript / React
  • SQL Server

Benefits
In addition to a highly competitive salary of up to £80,000, the DevOps Engineer will receive a great benefits package including a competitive pension scheme, flexible working, learning budget for personal development, private healthcare and cycle-to-work scheme to name but a few!
If this role sounds like a good fit for you, please apply now. For further information, please contact Kat Hall at Real Time Consultants.
Real Time Consultants are acting as an employment business/agency in relation to this vacancy.
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Senior Python Developer

Real-Time Consultants Ltd

City of London, London
Today
City of London, London
£80k - £90k Per Year
Today
£80k - £90k Per Year

Senior Python Developer - London / Remote - Up to £90,000 + Great Benefits
A forward-thinking fintech business located in Central London are on the lookout for a talented Senior Python Developer with strong AWS experience to join their team as they go through a period of rapid growth.
This is the chance to work with some of the most exciting and developing areas such as data science and cyber security, in a collaborative and innovative environment working on serverless solutions within the AWS cloud and empowering the DevOps spirit. Your team will consist of developers of the highest calibre, constantly pushing each other to innovate and driving the team forward.
They also realise how efficient remote working can be with the right tools and processes in place, so when the climate will allow it, you'll be required to spend 1/2 days in the office per week, with the remaining 3/4 days spent remotely or in the office as you prefer.
The Role
As the Senior Python Developer, you will work both independently and collaboratively to create and maintain reliable, scalable and flexible web platforms and applications. Your daily duties to achieve this will include, but won't be limited to:
  • Implementing and supporting technology stacks for various engineering projects, leveraging continuous integration and delivery
  • Providing guidance, thought leadership and mentorship to development teams
  • Automating the flow of data and processes
  • Ensuring the highest level of data security
  • Leading the development team in the long term

About You
The ideal candidate will have strong experience of Python development and AWS, as well as knowledge of serverless AWS applications including Lambda and API Gateway. You will also be expected to have knowledge of DynamoDB and/or MySQL databases and TDD.
For the role of Senior Python Developer, you will need to have the ability to be collaborative in your approach and communicate with both technical and non-technical colleagues. You will have a can-do attitude and a passion for technology, thriving in an innovative environment staying up to date with the technologies and trends.
Benefits
In addition to a competitive salary of up to £90,000, the Senior Python Developer will receive a number of great benefits including a vibrant, modern office, private healthcare, gym membership and regular social events to name but a few!
If this role sounds like a good fit for you, please apply now. For further information, please contact Kat Hall at Real Time Consultants.
Real Time Consultants are acting as an employment business/agency in relation to this vacancy.
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Transformation Consultant- Remote working

SyncOrg

London, London
Today
London, London
£40k - £60k Per Year
Today
£40k - £60k Per Year

Job title: Transformation Consultant
Location: Remote working (UK wide)
Starting salary £40,000 with continual salary review (working towards £60,000 once established) + Pension + Bonus + Wellbeing package + additional benefits 

SyncOrg develops and delivers consultancy services that empower IT reseller organizations to rapidly redefine their place in an ever-changing market. Typically, our work in the Cloud and SaaS space ranges from rapid business assessment, accelerated roadmap to delivery, operational change and strategic planning. Our projects are at enterprise level where we aim to develop a pragmatic strategy and approach to developing Cloud and SaaS capabilities and to maximising the business benefits of our client’s transformation

Reporting to the Head of Projects and Consulting, the Transformation Consultant will lead the delivery of Cloud and SaaS business transformation programmes. You will establish yourself as a trusted advisor to the client, engaging and consulting with their team, assessing their capabilities and building a transformation plan to address their requirements. Thereafter, you will hand-over to one of our Transformation project managers for end-to-end delivery of the agreed business improvement and growth plan.

We are looking for professionals coming from any consultative environment or management role – if you have an analytical nature with the ability to solve business challenges, we want to hear from you.

Transformation Consultant key responsibilities include:

  • Client preparation, readiness assessment and engagement
  • Workshop facilitation
  • Strategy & solution development
  • Report preparation, review, and publication
  • Transformation planning

Our ideal Transformation Consultant will have:

  • Proven experience within a professional management or consultative role
  • Previous experience with C-level facilitation and business case development
  • Technical aptitude and a high degree of self-motivation
  • Strong communication, presentation, and business writing skills

To really impress us, you might also have experience of delivering business transformation, cloud computing or IT business change projects and broad knowledge of major Cloud vendors and services. Any additional languages would also be desirable. 

To be considered for the role of Transformation Consultant submit your application today!

About the Company

SyncOrg are business transformation & partner enablement specialists. We are experts in developing Cloud partners through our unique cloud practice development services.

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Graduate Area/ Shift Manager

Amazon

London, London
Today
London, London
Today
1223293
Salary: Competitive
Location: UK wide - Please note that this position will not be based in a central city location, therefore any applicants must be open to relocation.
Start Dates Available: Throughout 2021
Amazon strives to consistently delight customers by efficiently delivering products all over the world. Our teams possess a wide range of skills and expertise, from business analysis and inventory management to engineering. With so many Fulfilment Centers (FC) and Delivery Stations worldwide, Amazon is growing at a pace that requires the very best talent to be brought in to our company to help us continue to make history.
We are seeking Graduate Area/ Shift Managers to join our vast fulfilment and operations network, in various locations across the UK. These are positive, self-motivated candidates with just the right combination of leadership skills and professional business sense. This is a permanent position from day one.
What will you be doing?
You will be an inspiring leader in one of the following areas within the FC operations: Receive, Stow, Pick, Pack or Ship. Or you might work at one of our Delivery Stations, where you will work to continuously improve the efficiency of delivery processes, ensuring that customer orders are delivered as quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively as possible.
In this position, you will take care of a team or a process as soon as you start. This kind of opportunity isn’t often presented to graduates fresh out of university. At Amazon, however, we trust the people we hire and provide plenty of support to help to set you up for success. Our culture is very learn-by-doing oriented; you will take control of your career.
Guiding by example, you’ll be responsible for the training and integration of your team, while progressively improving progress. This symbiotic relationship also makes this position even more rewarding and impactful, as you strive for excellence together with the team you supervise.
You’ll exercise sound judgement, making sure progress and targets are realistic and achievable. And it’ll be worth it; the impact you could have, within one of the world’s biggest, most innovative companies, won’t go unnoticed. With us, you can have a hand in creating the future of operations and logistics.
Alongside positive leadership, the ideal Graduate Area/ Shift Manager keeps the bigger picture goals in mind:
# You’ll need to safeguard your team’s safety while at work.
# You’ll uphold Amazon’s high standards of quality.
# You’ll demonstrate problem-solving and analytical capabilities.
# And, last but not least: you’ll strive to improve and streamline processes.
Graduate Area/ Shift Manager basic Qualifications:
Do you qualify?
# You obtained or are working towards a Bachelor’s Degree.
# You are flexible to relocate for the position if needed.
# You are willing to work in non-traditional shift pattern which may include nights and weekends.
# You speak fluent English.
Do you have an MBA and previous work experience? Why not consider applying for our Pathways Operation Manager position?
**Please note that the first part of the interview stage is an online assessment. Once submitting your application please do make sure you click on the link and complete the online assessment, your application may not be considered otherwise.
Graduate Area/ Shift Manager preferred Qualifications:
# Though not required, prior work experience can be beneficial.
About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this position, please click on the apply button!
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Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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Graduate Area/ Shift Manager

Amazon

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
1 day ago
1223293
Salary: Competitive
Location: UK wide - Please note that this position will not be based in a central city location, therefore any applicants must be open to relocation.
Start Dates Available: Throughout 2021
Amazon strives to consistently delight customers by efficiently delivering products all over the world. Our teams possess a wide range of skills and expertise, from business analysis and inventory management to engineering. With so many Fulfilment Centers (FC) and Delivery Stations worldwide, Amazon is growing at a pace that requires the very best talent to be brought in to our company to help us continue to make history.
We are seeking Graduate Area/ Shift Managers to join our vast fulfilment and operations network, in various locations across the UK. These are positive, self-motivated candidates with just the right combination of leadership skills and professional business sense. This is a permanent position from day one.
What will you be doing?
You will be an inspiring leader in one of the following areas within the FC operations: Receive, Stow, Pick, Pack or Ship. Or you might work at one of our Delivery Stations, where you will work to continuously improve the efficiency of delivery processes, ensuring that customer orders are delivered as quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively as possible.
In this position, you will take care of a team or a process as soon as you start. This kind of opportunity isn’t often presented to graduates fresh out of university. At Amazon, however, we trust the people we hire and provide plenty of support to help to set you up for success. Our culture is very learn-by-doing oriented; you will take control of your career.
Guiding by example, you’ll be responsible for the training and integration of your team, while progressively improving progress. This symbiotic relationship also makes this position even more rewarding and impactful, as you strive for excellence together with the team you supervise.
You’ll exercise sound judgement, making sure progress and targets are realistic and achievable. And it’ll be worth it; the impact you could have, within one of the world’s biggest, most innovative companies, won’t go unnoticed. With us, you can have a hand in creating the future of operations and logistics.
Alongside positive leadership, the ideal Graduate Area/ Shift Manager keeps the bigger picture goals in mind:
# You’ll need to safeguard your team’s safety while at work.
# You’ll uphold Amazon’s high standards of quality.
# You’ll demonstrate problem-solving and analytical capabilities.
# And, last but not least: you’ll strive to improve and streamline processes.
Graduate Area/ Shift Manager basic Qualifications:
Do you qualify?
# You obtained or are working towards a Bachelor’s Degree.
# You are flexible to relocate for the position if needed.
# You are willing to work in non-traditional shift pattern which may include nights and weekends.
# You speak fluent English.
Do you have an MBA and previous work experience? Why not consider applying for our Pathways Operation Manager position?
**Please note that the first part of the interview stage is an online assessment. Once submitting your application please do make sure you click on the link and complete the online assessment, your application may not be considered otherwise.
Graduate Area/ Shift Manager preferred Qualifications:
# Though not required, prior work experience can be beneficial.
About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this position, please click on the apply button!
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Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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Payroll and Benefits Team Leader - 9 Month FTC

Close Brothers Group

Central London / West End, London
17 days ago
Central London / West End, London
17 days ago

The Payroll and Benefits Team Leader will be responsible for effectively managing and delivering a robust company employee payroll and benefits operation for the Group and Banking divisions and specific benefits (Healthcare and Risk Insurances) for all divisions across Close Brothers Group whilst ensuring agreed service performance levels are met alongside consistent compliance with statutory regulations.

The Payroll and Benefits Team Leader assists the three team members in processing the monthly payrolls by checking the accuracy and quality of their data entry and ensuring they meet the required deadlines. The Payroll and Benefits Team Leader is responsible for ensuring the team respond to all queries and where necessary assisting with any complex queries especially in respect of benefits.

Key Responsibilities

  • Full management of the monthly payroll payment processing in line with legislation and Company policy for the Group and Banking Divisions.
  • Assist the Compensation and Benefits Manager in the co-ordination of annual benefits scheme renewals for all group divisions
  • Manage and process all Life Assurance and Group Income Protection claims across the Group.
  • Manage the collation and distributions of papers and attendance for the quarterly DC pension governance meetings.
  • Build and foster strong relationships with stakeholders, understanding their service requirements and ensuring any issues are dealt with in a prompt and professional manner.
  • Provide succinct advice and guidance on payroll and benefits best practice, policy, process and operating procedures to HR and employees.
  • Identify opportunities for improvement and implement appropriate changes to ensure the team are performing to a high standard and delivering a first-class service
  • Ensure all payroll and benefits schedules are adhered to and any changes to the schedules are communicated to stakeholders at the earliest opportunity.
  • Plan and organise time and tasks within the team effectively, ensuring that agreedpayroll and benefits service levels are achieved.
  • Ensure all team members collaborate effectively with the HR Advisors and HR Business Partners to resolve any pay and benefit queries in a timely manner.
  • Manage payments to third parties, including HMRC and Pension providers.
  • Administer year end payroll processing (e.g. P11d) and reporting in line with legislation.
  • Provide monthly MI reports on payroll and benefit related KPIs.
  • Take a proactive lead on payroll and benefit related projects ensuring full engagement and any changes are clearly defined, approved, tested and documented.
  • Ensure regular record and data audits are conducted and appropriate follow up is completed.
  • Respond to and action queries and investigate service issues, communicating results to the Compensation and Benefits Managers and key customer contacts as required.
  • Be fully conversant with the systems required to operate as part of the role and to use systems in line with policies and procedures.
  • Provide expert advice and interpretation of Payroll and Benefits legislations to support managers when making pay-related decisions.

Developing Our People: as a line manager, you will be responsible for increasing productivity and developing performance through coaching, mentoring and developing your team members. You will encourage your team to take responsibility for their own personal development and provide support through regular feedback.

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Compensation & Benefits Advisor

Publicis Sapient

London, London
7 days ago
London, London
7 days ago
Company Description

Publicis Sapient is a digital transformation partner helping established organizations get to their future, digitally-enabled state, both in the way they work and the way they serve their customers. We help unlock value through a start-up mindset and modern methods, fusing strategy, consulting and customer experience with agile engineering and problem-solving creativity. United by our core values and our purpose of helping people thrive in the brave pursuit of next, our 20,000 people in 53 offices around the world combine experience across technology, data sciences, consulting and customer obsession to accelerate our clients’ businesses through designing the products and services their customers truly value

Job Description

We are looking for a Compensation & Benefits Advisor who will be responsible for the operations and administration in the Compensation and Benefits function. They will participate in aspects of planning, administering and delivery of Compensation & Benefits plans for Publicis Sapient. They should be able to play a role of a strategic partner and administrative & employee champion in this function to be able to contribute to the success of the operations and control. This will include identifying, evaluating, advising and implementing initiatives.

Your Impact:

  • Develop and administer salary programs to ensure equitable and   competitive salaries for all people. Programs may include   base pay administration, payroll, incentive plans, salary range structures, bonus/award plans, and executive compensation.
  • Conduct market research and analysis of total compensation for Publicis Sapient London. Works with Compensation and Benefits lead to analyse market data and make recommendations aligned to the business need. 
  • Participate in salary & benefit surveys
  • Implement retirement & benefits plans and programs.  
  • Stay abreast of existing and proposed statutory requirements   governing compensation and benefits administration, market practices on compensation & benefits activities and recommending appropriate course of action.
  • Communicate plans and programs to Publicis Sapient people and key stakeholders & provide information to make informed individual and business decisions, relating to compensation and benefit matters. 
  • Coach & lead junior team members on specific areas of domain expertise

 

Qualifications
  • 3-4 years of experience working in compensation and benefits 
  • Detailed knowledge of market practice reward & benefits strategy, design, administration and delivery
  • Knowledge & understanding of corporate HR policies & procedures
  • Pay benchmarking strategies and techniques
  • Benefits design, administration and delivery
  • Experience of working on data analytics and consolidation.
  • Understanding of compensation and benefits fundamentals and practices
  • Managing relationship with stakeholders at leadership level.
  • Deep understanding of market.

Additional Information

An array of benefits are offered to Publicis Sapient employees. In addition to a leading compensation package, 25 days paid annual leave, life assurance, dental insurance, income protection, private healthcare for you AND your family (pre-existing conditions included), and a pension is the least we want to provide to you. 

The learning opportunities here are endless plus of course the opportunity to be part of a game-changing organisation that encourages outside-the-box thinking and empowerment to know that the world is your oyster when it comes to your career! With free soya lattes and gym fee reimbursement being thrown in, you’ll get to taste the best coffee in town (in our opinion).

Posted

18 days ago

Description

Benefits Manager- VP - (2100014Z)
Description
 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 

The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the following:

 

  • Overseeing corporate benefit plans for all locations in Europe and Asia. These include for Europe UK, Germany, France, Sweden, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland and Spain. For Asia these include Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Japan, India and Beijing.
  • This role has one employee (benefits administrator) reporting to the Benefits Manager and will involve training, mentoring as well as completing annual reviews.
  • Central contact with our UK flexible benefits provider ensuring the benefits portal is working and correcting any issues that arise in a timely manner.
  • Central contact with our International benefits partner, and liaison with local partners in location where necessary.
  • Managing annual renewals, negotiating best rates, communicating changes and providing pertinent information to staff at all levels. This includes completing competitive benchmarking analysis across the region ensuring alignment with corporate strategies/philosophies and legal requirements.
  • Implement communication initiatives to ensure appropriate understanding of benefits programs to all Jefferies employees.
  • Management of in-house wellbeing program, assessing provision and ensuring relevance.
  • Management of UK Group Personal Pension plan and annual governance as well as supplementary plans in other locations. Knowledge of UK tax legislation around pensions an advantage.
  • Relocation advice and logistics arrangement for internal transfers, secondments and relocations for Europe and Asia.
  • Identify opportunities and potential gaps to improve benefits and processes.
  • Oversee the benefits administration, reconciling and processing of benefit invoices for payment.
  • Maintenance of the Company’s PTO/attendance tracking systemworking with the benefits administrator and HR IT to ensure correct holidays and carryover for employees, and handling queries around the system and process.
  • Work with and assist the payroll team as and when required.
  • Project management and implementation of new benefit plans as and when required
  • Maternities/Paternities – Oversee and issue Maternity/Paternity forms and letters as well as carry out briefings and the return to work process as required with the benefits administrator, and calculate pay due to employees on family leave across all non-US locations/
  • Liaise with HR Administrators on team projects and recommendations.
  • Organising and presenting new joiner inductions as and when required.
  • Oversight of referencing process, ensuring all requested references are provided accurately within required timescales
 
Qualifications
 

CANDIDATE SPECIFICATION:

 

Basic Requirements

 

  • Experience of working within a benefits environment and with external providers.
  • Experience of running and delivering benefits initiatives.
  • High level of personal integrity and comfortable operating with ambiguity and balancing good governance with high quality service.
  • Confident presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Works well under pressure with good organisational skills in a fast-moving environment with little supervision.
  • Able to work with an array of people across many different areas of the business.
  • Knowledge of PeopleSoft and Oracle Fusion an advantage
  • Understanding of Thomsons Flexible benefits platform an advantage
  • High level of attention to detail with strong numeracy and analytical skills
  • Highly experienced user of Microsoft Office applications with good knowledge of excel.

 

 

 

Personal Attributes

  • High levels of energy, drive and an ethos of hard work
  • Good team player 
  • Reliability
  • Customer focus
 
Primary Location: GB-GB-London
Work Locations: 
London Bishopsgate 
100 Bishopsgate 
 London EC2N 4JL
Job: Human Resources
Organization: Corporate
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Regular
Job Level: Manager with Direct Reports
Job Posting: Feb 11, 2021, 2:55:03 PM
Source: Jefferies