The Director of Global Compensation is responsible for leading efforts in design, planning, development, and administration of Epiq's global compensation strategies and practices to attract, retain, and reward our employees. This position will serve as a subject matter expert in compensation and will provide consulting support across all functions in U.S. and International locations. The Director of Global Compensation must effectively design and implement solutions in consideration of mergers and acquisitions that bring potentially diverging compensation plans together. Furthermore, they must continuously monitor the effectiveness of existing compensation policies, guidelines and procedures and provide recommendations that are cost effective and consistent with compensation trends in the marketplace and company objectives. Finally, this leader must effectively interface with the executive management team, collaborate across all business and functional channels, and serve as a highly integrated member of the HR team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Drive for Results – Sets stretch goals for personal accomplishment and works tenaciously to achieve those goals; acts with a sense of urgency; takes the initiative on actions; demonstrates persistence to overcome roadblocks.
Communicating with Impact – Expresses thoughts, ideas and information in a clear and compelling manner; organizes thoughts logically and highlights critical points; ensures understanding through active listening and seeking input from the audience.
Building Effective Relationships – Identifies opportunities to build strategic partnerships with individuals across business units; develops partnerships through information exchange and building trust.
Influencing Others – Uses appropriate interpersonal styles to persuade others to accept a position or initiative that results in a positive outcome for the business; adapts interpersonal style effectively to suit the target audience; seeks mutually beneficial solutions; obtains alignment and cooperation from others.
Managing Change – Facilitates the implementation and acceptance of organizational change; addresses resistance to change and helps individuals adapt accordingly; encourages others to identify opportunities to do things differently or adjust behaviors positively.
Financial Acumen - Understands and utilizes economic, financial, and industry data to accurately diagnose business strengths and opportunities; identifies critical financial issues and develops strategies and plans to reduce; effectively manages the P/L for the business/department; develops and incorporates an understanding of the competitive marketplace as well as an awareness of economic, social and political trends that impact the business.