We are looking for a Compensation Analyst to join our Human Resources team.  You will be responsible for the development and implementation of our strategic compensation programs. You are results driven, self-motivated, and ready to join a creative and strategic HR organization, Byton is the place for you.

Are you ready to demonstrate your knowledge and analytics skills to design, develop, and implement compensation programs for a fast-growing, technology-driven electric vehicle company?

You will be responsible for analyzing the worldwide market used to guide business leaders during the review of salary, equity and incentive pay to ensure Byton’s Total Rewards Strategy ensuring we remain competitive and our pay for performance philosophy.

You will be a compensation consultant to HR Business Partners and Regional HR to bring thoughtful compensation solutions for our business and talent needs.

You will drive the implementation of compensation programs through our integrated system solution designed to efficiently meet business needs and maximize people performance.

Do you like to have a pulse on the global market? We get to analyze global market trends to develop new salary strategies, market references and maintain worldwide job code and salary structures.

Every single day you will have the opportunity to shine by applying your compensation expertise through analysis, data mining and modeling.

We also stretch ourselves by working on compensation projects, beyond implementing annual programs such as compensation plan redesign and strategies to support new business initiatives.

We work hard, have a lot of fun, and make a difference. Does this sound like you? If so, apply now we'd love to talk with you.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 6+ years in-depth exposure to one or more of the following: broad-based compensation, international compensation, short-term incentive program or reward/recognition programs
  • Proven analytical, reporting and modeling skills with the ability to see beyond the numbers to drive sound decision-making
  • Advanced Excel skills including ability to effectively and efficiently handle large amounts of data, advanced formulas, and build models (i.e., v-lookup and macros)
  • Extraordinary attention to detail and thoroughness is required
  • SuccessFactors and Radford experience is a plus
  • Experience working in a multinational technology organization preferred
  • Curiosity, flexibility, and adaptability are key personality traits that lead to success in this position

Educational achievement - a BA/BS degree in Finance, Economics, Accounting, or related discipline

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