Box is growing fast and we're just getting started.  Our opportunity is meaningful: 500 million knowledge workers worldwide, struggling to manage, share, and secure information trapped in $45 billion of legacy, disconnected systems.  Box's mission is to power how the world works together.  Over the past 10+ years, we have redefined the way people work, and now we are creating and leading the transition to the cloud content management market.  What will the next 10 years look like?  Join us and help build it.
 
We are looking for a Compensation Analyst to join our Total Rewards team at Box and play a critical role to help us attract, reward and retain top talent globally. You’ll be instrumental in helping grow our business at scale - which is crucial because we’re scaling fast! This role will execute on our compensation programs using a data driven yet creative approach while partnering and collaborating with cross functional teams.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES 
 
  • Conduct local market pricing analyses to formulate compensation recommendations 
  • Stay on top of compensation trends by managing survey submissions, conducting data analysis, and networking internally and externally 
  • Maintain systems integrity and operations as it relates to compensation within Workday and our market pricing system
  • Support in the consulting with People Partners, Recruiters, and Managers in all things compensation and resolve compensation issues using a data-driven approach as needed 
  • Key player in executing our annual compensation process (merit, promotion, stock, bonuses)
  • Prepare ad-hoc analysis, reports and metrics.
  • Work cross-functionally to design and implement creative solutions to various compensation-related issues 
  • Develop and document compensation program trainings, guidelines, policies and communication materials 
  • Stay apprised of relevant compensation laws and regulations for compliance purposes 
 
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Human Resources or other field that uses quantitative analysis 
  • 2+ years of of experience in Compensation or Total Rewards
  • Demonstrated strong quantitative and data analysis skills + advanced proficiency in Excel
  • Knowledge of Workday preferred
  • Excellent detail-orientation, with a high level of accuracy and the ability to detect inconsistencies in data
  • Ability to manage and maintain sensitive, confidential information
  • Excellent planning, organizational and project management skills
  • Proven effectiveness working in dynamic, fast-paced environment with tight deadlines
  • Strong collaboration and communication skills (written, verbal + presentation) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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