Director, Total Rewards

Internal Job Description: Director, Total Rewards

Location: San Francisco - Remote

The Role: 

We are looking for a Director of Total Rewards to develop, design and execute on our Total Rewards Program. You will be responsible for maintaining and evolving the compensation and benefits programs at 6sense, ensuring that we have world-class offerings to best support current and future 6sense employees. This means driving all things compensation and benefits, including base pay, variable, bonus plans, equity-based programs and an evolving competitive benefits program.

 

This is a critical role for our rapidly growing organization to drive strategic compensation decisions and deliver creative, competitive, and analytically driven compensation programs, grounded in data. You will be a subject matter expert to ensure fair and equitable pay, and create sustainable and competitive incentive compensation. You’ll use your analytical skills and strategic mindset, frequently working with senior management and leadership, to execute on our overall people strategy. As the Total Rewards Director, you will have the opportunity to grow this function in parallel with the growth of the company

This will require you to think strategically about complex compensation and benefits topics that need savvy approaches and a “roll-up-your-sleeves” attitude to get the work done. This means tight coordination and collaboration with our internal teams as we evolve our total rewards initiatives. This is an opportunity to grow, and implement a Total rewards philosophy, architecture and mindset across a high-growth company focused on bringing in and retaining the best talent.

 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Own foundational aspects of our Total Rewards program, including compensation review cycles, open enrollment and benefit benchmarking and market analyses
  • Develop and align the total rewards strategy to the goals of the organization and ensure it is positioned to attract, motivate, and retain employees. Work with executive leadership to ensure complete compensation strategy alignment
  • Develop strong relationships with key members of the Finance, Revenue Ops., People, and Talent teams to align our strategies with business priorities
  • Develop and administer, performance-driven compensation and benefits programs in alignment with 6sense strategy, talent practices and rewards landscape (e.g base compensation, incentive programs, equity compensation etc.)
  • Develop and assess compensation structures, salary ranges, job families/position levels, and conduct job evaluations and market pricings
  • Collaborate and consult FP&A team, Talent team, leaders and hiring managers on compensation related matters such as new hire offers including executive level hires, promotions, international transfers, top talent retention, and compensation planning/reviews
  • Coordinate and improve compensation processes across the organization (e.g., semi - annual compensation reviews, equity grant program)
  • Manage and administer our compensation platform and build out system and tools to support our semi-annual compensation review process
  • Continue to evolve our compensation philosophy and equity programs, including variable compensation while driving fairness and compliance in pay practices and policies
  • Provide regular compensation analytics using internal and external tools, to ensure pay parity and market competitiveness
  • Identify compensation related issues and propose solutions and recommendations
  • Design and guide repeatable practices for job evaluations, market comparison data, pay decisions and governance
  • Build upon our current benefit programs, inclusive of health, retirement, and ancillary benefits to support our employees as we grow
  • Partner with our POP’s team to develop a competitive and rewarding benefits strategy (medical, dental, vision, ect.)
  • Manage relationships and projects with key external partners, such as compensation consultants, benefits brokers, and third-party tools and platforms
  • Regularly benchmark activities across all areas of Total Rewards (benefits, incentive programs, equity, base compensation, relocation services & packages, etc.) to elevate, evolve and continuously improve our competitiveness

Director, Total Rewards Requirements and Qualifications

  • 7+ years of Total Rewards experience with comprehensive responsibilities including the development and oversight of compensation and benefits programs
  • 5+ years of experience working in a SaaS high growth Technology company
  • Experience with compensation benchmarking data (for example Radford, Kamsa)
  • Ability to build employee-centric rewards programs
  • Savvy modeling and analytical skills with ability to use data in building total rewards plans reconciled with budgets and forecasts
  • Excellent written, presentation and verbal communication skills.
  • Adept in building relationship with leaders, global cross-functional teams, vendors and partners

 

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