Compensation Specialist
McCain Foods (Canada)
Florenceville, NB
Job Description

We know the importance that food plays in people's lives – the power it has to bring people, families and communities together. Our purpose is to bring enjoyment to people’s lives through great tasting food, in a way which reflects our values.

The Compensation Specialist supports the delivery of Global compensation programs, maintains compensation and incentive databases and systems, conducts market research and analysis, and provides compensation support to Compensation COE and HR Business Partners for the region.

Complete and submit all salary surveys, which include participation in third party and adhoc surveys, to ensure McCain programs globally are equitable, competitive and aligned to our business objectives.
Manage job evaluations, ad-hoc salary adjustments and base pay structures. This includes the research internal comparable and external market data to evaluate management, professional, technical and administrative jobs at McCain. Summarize research findings and based on grading and pay guidelines, recommend grade to management for review and approval.
Assists in the management of other compensation program as per the agreed processes. i.e. STIP / LTI pay process.
Mange (along with the COE Compensation team) the ad-hoc payments and annual pay increases (Non-Variable Pay) processes. Focus on ensuring the changes are properly completed in the HRIS database.
Support the planning and execution of the annual global compensation cycles for client group, including communication, validation and distribution of data, and support to HR Business Partners

2+ years in a compensation role or analytics role with good knowledge of compensation practices and principles globally to positively impact employee performance and business results Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or a related discipline preferred
Strong communication and interpersonal skills to work with employees and external contacts at all levels, demonstrating strong influencing and negotiating skills. Must be capable of working with senior managers and working constructively with diverse personalities.
Ability to use good judgment and discretion with highly confidential and sensitive personnel information.
Strong organization skills with the ability to prioritize workload and manage multiple tasks without close supervision.

CompanyMcCain Foods (Canada)

McCain Foods is an EEO Employer that welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations, up to the point of undue hardship, are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment process.

FunctionCompensation and Benefits

New Brunswick

Job Expires31-Jul-2019