Global Compensation Manager

at ESO (View all jobs)
Austin, TX , Austin, Texas, United States

How You’ll Support Our Mission

As a key member of our People Team, you will embrace a global perspective, ensuring that our compensation strategies align with our to fairness and equity for our people. Your expertise will not only attract top talent but also contribute to the growth and development of our current employees. Collaborating seamlessly across the People Team, you'll serve as a liaison, making impactful decisions that elevate the entire team. Ultimately, you will support our goal of making a difference in the lives and careers of our employees while directly contributing to the success of our mission.

This position goes beyond traditional compensation functions; it redefines compensation as a strategic lever for organizational excellence.

What You'll Be Doing - The Day to Day 

As the orchestrator of our compensation programs, you will not only shape their design and implementation but also lead groundbreaking projects that will make a lasting impact. Your role extends beyond traditional boundaries as you collaborate with cross-functional teams, providing invaluable compensation expertise that elevates our company in a competitive global talent market. Dive into the intricacies of data analysis, partnering with our benefits manager to craft innovative solutions that ensure our total rewards programs remain not only competitive, compliant, and equitable, but promote a diverse and inclusive workplace.

In this visible and data-centric role, you will inspire and elevate our analytical skills, contributing to a culture of excellence and innovation globally.This is a hybrid position reporting to the Senior Director of People Experience & Operations.

  • Support compensation strategy by crafting, recommending, implementing, and maintaining base salary, variable pay, and equity programs
  • Oversee the merit review cycle and annual incentive cycles, transforming routing into opportunities for impactful changes
  • Drive change management, process improvement, communications and engagement initiatives, ensuring our teams are not just compensated but inspired
  • Engage strategically in compensation surveys, actively collecting and analyzing competitive salary data to inform and enhance our competitive position
  • Initiate market pricing and job evaluation activities, including matching internal positions to external data and formulating recommendations
  • Meticulously maintain job info in our HRIS
  • Conduct global pay practice audits, ensuring that our compensation practices align with international regulations
  • Collaborate across the People on blended projects and activities
  • Participate in sales compensation plan management, including eligibility determinations and plan design, to help shape them as integral elements of our success story


Who You Are – The Essentials

  • 5 or more years of total rewards or compensation experience
  • Knowledge of US federal, state and local regulations and compliance requirements as they apply to base compensation and incentive compensation programs
  • Broad, practical knowledge of compensation and HRIS techniques and methods
  • Exceptional analytical skills. Ability to analyze and interpret data and statistics associated with compensation tasks
  • Highly organized, able to multitask with the ability to prioritize competing demands, meet deadlines, and quickly adapt to change

Who You Are - The Desirables (It’s a plus if you have):  

  • Global compensation experience
  • ADP experience
Benefits & Perks
 
ESO offers a comprehensive suite of benefits to promote health and financial security for our employees and their families. For full-time employment you this includes:
  • Competitive health plans (medical, dental, & vision insurance)
  • PTO (starting at 20 days) & 12 company holidays
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Telemedicine service provided by ESO
  • Savings accounts (FSA, HSA, DCA)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Annual health and wellness reimbursement
  • Peace of mind benefits such as life insurance, disability insurance, and worksite benefits
  • Paid parental leave, new child program, & flexible parental return-to-work options
  • Casual office environments and unlimited office snacks and drinks
 
About ESO
 
ESO is a fast-paced, growing data, technology, and research company passionate about improving community health and safety through the power of data. We pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. We’re small enough to be nimble and fun, but big enough to be a great place to work. We serve thousands of customers out of our offices across the US, Canada and Northern Ireland. 
 
Are you ready to Make a Difference? At ESO, we believe in bringing your true self to work every single day. If you don’t match all the qualifications on the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway! We are looking for passionate, innovative, and authentic people to help drive our mission. 
 
All offers are contingent upon a successful background check.
 
 
ESO is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We invite you to consider opportunities at ESO regardless of your gender; gender identity; gender reassignment; age; religion; race; national origin; political affiliation; sexual orientation; disability; veteran status; or other non-merit factor.  
 

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