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Serving thousands of enterprise customers around the world including 40% of Fortune 500 companies, Zscaler (NASDAQ: ZS) was founded in 2007 with a mission to make the cloud a safe place to do business and a more enjoyable experience for enterprise users. As the operator of the world’s largest security cloud, Zscaler accelerates digital transformation so enterprises can be more agile, efficient, resilient, and secure. The pioneering, AI-powered Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange™ platform protects thousands of enterprise customers from cyberattacks and data loss by securely connecting users, devices, and applications in any location. 

Named a Best Workplace in Technology by Fortune and others, Zscaler fosters an inclusive and supportive culture that is home to some of the brightest minds in the industry. If you thrive in an environment that is fast-paced and collaborative, and you are passionate about building and innovating for the greater good, come make your next move with Zscaler. 

We're looking for a Senior Manager, Total Rewards to join our People & Culture team. Reporting to the VP of Total Rewards, this is an Individual Contributor position which will partner with business leaders representing our Total Rewards programs including job architecture, global total rewards strategy, compensation planning, and talent processes. You will ensure Zscaler's compensation programs align with our goals. You will consult with the business on Total Reward programs including workforce planning, attraction and retention of talent, and monetary/non-monetary recognition programs. You will partner with business group HR leaders to ensure agreement between delivery of the respective programs. Additionally, you will be responsible for ongoing continuous improvement of our processes and standard work relating to compensation programs.

You will:

  • Lead the roll-out of our global job architecture program in partnership with other Compensation Partners, HRBP Leads and business leaders.
  • Advances industry best practices regarding innovations to our broad-based and executive compensation plans and programs.
  • Educate leaders, HR and colleagues on compensation strategy, practices and benchmarks.
  • Lead and ensure management of broad-based compensation work streams including salary planning, annual bonus and equity processes and reviewing compensation insights with leadership.
  • Advance industry best practices regarding innovations to our broad-based and sales compensation plans and programs, performs analytics and peer benchmarking during the annual performance-based variable compensation goal setting process in partnership with CEO, Leadership Team, Finance and Legal.
  • Educate Senior Leaders and P&C colleagues on our global compensation strategy, job architecture, compensation administration practices and benchmarks.
  • Support and interface with the Global HR team to ensure overall understanding of compensation philosophy and strategy and role management/job code standardization.
  • Help create and establish rewards function OKRs, policies and operating procedures.
  • Ensure appropriate broad-based compensation governance and internal controls are in place and followed.
  • Convert data outcomes into insights and executive ready presentations to senior leaders including CEO and Leadership Team.
  • Develop and distribute of materials that improve the understanding and value of Zscaler Broad-Based Compensation programs.
  • May lead global projects, including new country site startups, merger and acquisition due diligence and integration, and new program and technology implementations.
  • Remain current on global compensation technical solutions and introduce solutions to improve internal programs.
  • Coordinate the global market analysis exercise with other regional compensation partners being an authority on major external survey methodologies and have deep insights in market data use globally. Ensure our methodology is consistent across the globe and that we have a unified approach to building ranges/administering pay around the world.
  • Ensure that the compensation structure and compensation governance process is free from bias and meets the highest standards of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging.

What We're Looking for

  • 10+ years of experience in compensation.
  • Advanced Excel skills is a requirement, in addition to gsuite and gsheets proficiency.

What Will Make You Stand Out

  • Experience working with job architecture from a design, implementation, administration, governance and compliance perspective.
  • Experience with the annual benchmarking and pay recommendations, preparing materials for the CEO, Chief People & Culture Officer, and Management.
  • Experience leading global large-scale rewards projects, understanding the nuances of labor rules and tax compliance and market practices for international compensation and benefits programs.Experience in merger and acquisition due diligence and integration.
  • Broad business and financial skills and corporate governance standards.
  • Excellent technical capabilities, experience with big data and working between HRIS applications, solid financial and compensation modeling skills and to resolve complex problems.

At Zscaler, we believe that diversity drives innovation, productivity, and success. We are looking for individuals from all backgrounds and identities to join our team and contribute to our mission to make doing business seamless and secure. We are guided by these principles as we create a representative and impactful team, and a culture where everyone belongs. For more information on our commitments to DEIB, visit the Corporate Responsibility page of our website.

Our Benefits program is one of the most important ways we support our employees. Zscaler proudly offers comprehensive and inclusive benefits to meet the diverse needs of our employees and their families throughout their life stages, including:

  • Various health plans
  • A flexible time off policy
  • Parental leave options
  • Retirement options
  • Education reimbursement
  • In-office perks, and more!

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Zscaler’s salary ranges are benchmarked and are determined by role and level. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries for the position across all US locations and could be higher or lower based on a multitude of factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training.

The base salary range listed for this full-time position excludes commission/ bonus/ equity (if applicable) + benefits.

Base Pay Range
$147,000$210,000 USD

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