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What do NASA and emerging space companies have in common with COVID vaccine R&D teams or with Roblox and the Metaverse? 

The answer is data, -- all fast moving, fast growing industries rely on data for a competitive edge in their industries. And the most advanced companies are realizing the full data advantage by partnering with Pure Storage. Pure’s vision is to redefine the storage experience and empower innovators by simplifying how people consume and interact with data. With 9,000 customers including 50% of the Fortune 500, we’ve only scratched the surface of our ambitions

Pure is blazing trails and setting records:

  • For eight straight years, Gartner has named Pure a leader in the Magic Quadrant 
  • Our customer-first culture and unwavering commitment to innovation have earned us a certified Net Promoter Score in the top 1% of B2B companies globally
  • Industry analysts and press applaud Pure’s leadership across these dimensions
  • And, our 4,000+ employees are emboldened to make Pure a faster, stronger, smarter company as we go

If you, like us, say “bring it on” to exciting challenges that change the world, we have endless opportunities where you can make your mark.

Why Pure

We’re here with the humble aspiration to accelerate the speed of human progress with our radically simple, all-flash enterprise storage technology. We’re inspired by our belief that storage isn’t just a place to put things, it’s a powerful strength to be unleashed - a strength that will remove the limitations on those building the world of today, so they can erase the word “impossible” from tomorrow. Our all-flash storage solutions offer radically simple technology to help companies unlock their future possibilities, today.

Our founders created the company with a passion to build storage technology customers love and deliver it with simplicity and service that fundamentally changes the enterprise storage experience. Founded in 2009, our record revenue growth has landed us among a very select group of companies. Today, customers and industries across the world are experiencing the benefits of going Pure - from Barclays to Linkedin.com and ConocoPhillips, Pure adopters cover a broad spectrum from global consumer brands, to healthcare, education and finance. 

Our Team

Puritans come from various backgrounds and we thrive off of challenging the norm. This cross pollination of backgrounds led to numerous ground breaking ideas and has helped us build one of the most reliable and easy to use storage systems in the industry. ​We aim to hire the best and brightest people, who excel in a cutting edge, fast paced, collective and open environment. We are seeking enthusiastic individuals to solve real world problems while having fun along the way.


The Compensation Analyst will provide analytic support to the Compensation team to align compensation programs with business objectives. The Compensati
on Analyst will work with the Compensation Business Partners in support of the  compensation programs such as: market analytics, salary structure development and adjustment, incentive programs, annual compensation review cycle and budgets, job evaluations, job code/range creation/assignment, and program analysis. Perform other duties as assigned. 

 
This position is based out of Bangalore, India.
 
Responsibilities:
  • Participate in compensation surveys to collect and analyze competitive total compensation information to determine company's competitive position. 
  • Review requests for new or revised job codes to determine appropriate salary grade and compensation range assignment in alignment with Pure's guidelines. 
  • Analyze market data on a regular basis as directed and assist in formulating recommendations regarding development of company salary structures, budgets and off-cycle actions.
  • Prepare special studies and recommendations as directed on subjects such as incentive compensation, bonus plans, sales compensation or stock programs.
  • Review proposed salary adjustments for conformance to established guidelines, policies and practices as needed. 
  • Provide administration support of domestic and/or international programs such as annual compensation cycle, quarterly bonus accrual reporting, quarterly stock usage and tracking.
  • Create reports to be used as tools by members of the OneHR team and provide analytic support to Compensation Business Partners in support of client needs.
  • Conduct analytics and build models to inform compensation program design, compensation decisions as well as forecast and analyze compensation outcomes.
  • Monitor and curate responses to internal employee inquiries via email and ticketing system.
Experience:
  • Bachelor's degree or related experience (quantitative field preferred such as Mathematics or Finance)
  • 3-5 years of experience in the compensation field or related experience with analytic experience outside of HR
  • Strong analytical skills and data driven decision making 
  • Experience with the review and analysis of large datasets
  • Experience maintaining highly sensitive information as confidential
  • Team player

 

BE YOU—CORPORATE CLONES NEED NOT APPLY.

Pure is where you ask big questions, think differently, and make an impact. This is not just a job, but a place where you have a voice and can accelerate your career. We value unique thoughts and celebrate individuality, and with ample opportunity to learn, develop yourself, and expand into different roles, joining Pure is an investment in your career journey.

Through our Pure Equality program, which supports a flourishing field of employee resource groups, we nourish the personal and professional lives of our team members. And our Pure Good Foundation gives back to local and global communities through volunteering and grants.

And because we understand the value of bringing your full and best self to work, we offer a variety of perks to manage a healthy balance, including flexible time off, wellness resources, and company-sponsored team events.

PURE IS COMMITTED TO EQUALITY.

Research shows that in order to apply for a job, women feel they need to meet 100% of the criteria while men usually apply after meeting about 60%. Regardless of how you identify, if you believe you can do the job and are a good match, we encourage you to apply.

Pure is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, sexual stereotypes, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or any other characteristic legally protected by the laws of the jurisdiction in which you are being considered for hire. 

If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at TA-Ops@purestorage.com.

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