Talent Is the Final Frontier
The Critical Connection Between Careers, Workforces, and Business Performance
The market landscape is changing at an unprecedented pace. Customer and client expectations are constantly evolving. Companies are merging at historic rates.
Technology is developing faster than the market can keep up with. So what competitive advantage is left?
The answer : people. Your people are your only irreplaceable assets, the ones who will make the difference now and for years to come.
Mercer is actively searching for a Senior Compensation Consultant.This position supports companies design and execute performance measurement and reward strategies that reinforce business objectives.
A Senior Compensation Consultant works with organizations to identify the financial and people factors that drive value.
As a Senior Consultant you will be responsible for :
Structuring, directing, reviewing, and interpreting analyses performed by the project team. Structuring and / or reviewing client deliverables.
Developing compensation strategies, philosophies and programs that address clients' attraction and retention needs.
Providing consulting services to senior management on a variety of remuneration issues, including competitiveness of pay and benefits, performance measurement, and governance and regulatory implications.
Providing consulting services on broader Human Capital issues.
Designing short-term and long-term incentive programs that reinforce the clients' strategic objectives.
Designing financial performance measurement and target-setting systems to support these compensation programs.
Assessing current pay and program features, relative to the market and to the clients' unique situations.
Generating revenue through development of new client relationships and building and maintaining strong client relationships, which will ideally lead to opportunities for project extensions, cross-
selling, and referrals to new prospects.
Handle the day-to-day interaction with clients.
Providing guidance to team members. Supervising junior staff. Developing, evaluating, and mentoring less experienced colleagues.
Minimum 8 years' experience in finance or finance-related consulting (with specific experience in broad-based compensation) or broad-
based compensation in a large corporate environment.
BA / BS degree required, MBA preferred
Experience working with leading public and private companies in a variety of industries consulting on compensation strategy development, competitive pay evaluation, pay / performance links, incentive program design (annual and long-
term), equity strategy, change in control planning, mergers and acquisitions, board compensation and other issues
Excellent analytical, writing and presentation skills
Strong finance and accounting skills
Proven project management skills and creative problem-solving abilities
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Ability to function well in a team environment