DV is seeking an Equity Plan Administrator/Equity Plan Manager to assist in managing the day-to-day administration of our equity programs. In this role, you will work cross-functionally across the company ensuring compliance, including Legal, Finance, and HR functions.

The Legal team is a collaborative group responsible for partnering with all teams throughout DV to provide guidance that enables the continued growth of the company. We are looking for a stock administrator who will assist in scaling DV’s stock administration function as the company grows globally. This role will be responsible for hands-on, end-to-end administration of DV’s equity plans on its equity platform and will be exceptionally organized, responsible, detail-oriented, and resourceful.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the day-to-day administration of the company’s stock plans globally
  • Administer and design global equity compensation plans
  • Coordinate with multiple departments including Legal, Finance and HR, and with the company’s transfer agent
  • Support employee understanding of equity awards and DV’s equity programs and policies
  • Assist efforts to grow and scale the stock administration function, including but not limited to enhancing existing manual processes, automating processes and helping to evaluate service providers
  • Maintain company’s equity data using equity platform
  • Prepare custom reports and perform complex reconciliations to review accuracy of equity and transaction data
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and foreign regulations along with securities laws.
  • Support internal/external SOX auditors
  • Coordinate the review and approval of new equity grants, ensuring proper approvals and controls are in place

About You

  • 5+ years of experience in administration of global equity programs
  • Certified Equity Professional preferred
  • Demonstrated expertise with global equity programs, multiple equity award types, and transaction volume
  • Experience with managing equity platforms.
  • Customer service/employee first oriented style with ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees and internal/external partners
  • A compliance and process-oriented individual who is also flexible and can excel in a fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment
  • A team player with a strong work ethic and ability to complete projects timely and accurately
  • Experience with U.S. federal, state and global equity taxation
  • Experience with US GAAP and SOX
  • Experience building out employee education programs with regards to equity
  • Able to maintain strict confidentiality in a very open and transparent environment
  • Bachelor’s degree required

 

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