International Pay and Reward Manager
Amnesty International Secretariat
Salary up to £69,573 per annum
- Are you a global/international pay and reward specialist that has a wealth of experience in trade union negotiations?
- Do you have experience of working on employee benefits and global mobility?
- Are you someone that thrives in challenging environments?
- Are you capable of building quick and lasting relationships with key stakeholders?
- Do you want to be part of a global movement?
If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you!
Who are Amnesty International Secretariat?
Amnesty International is one of the most prestigious charities in the world. The world's largest grassroots human rights organisation, it boasts a global movement of over seven million people - not to mention that they have won a Nobel Peace Prize for their lifesaving work.
Amnesty International investigates and exposes abuses, educates and mobilises the public, and helps transform societies to create a safer, more just world.
After recently delivering on an interim project for Amnesty International, I am delighted to be partnering with them once again to secure this business-critical hire. This is a fantastic time to join the organisation as they continue to drive seismic change throughout the business. This includes culture, systems, service improvement and reform of its People and Organisational Development (POD) programme, which supports managers on all people engagement issues from recruitment, development and career management to diversity and inclusion and health and wellbeing, with particularly attention to mental health.
As the Pay and Reward Manager, you will support the Director of People and Organisational Development and advise the International Secretariat on the international reward, compensation and benefits framework and agenda.
You will be a key member of the POD management team, bringing specialist support on matters relating to international mobility, pensions, remuneration packages and general reward programmes that enable talent attraction and retention in the UK and globally. At the same time, you will contribute to the whole people management agenda which makes the International Secretariat a highly engaging workplace and culture.
What's in it for you and why Amnesty International Secretariat?
- To truly create and drive change in an organisation in which HR is heavily backed by the board.
- To be proud to work for one of the most prestigious charities that makes a huge difference in people's lives all around the globe.
- Chance to work with some fantastic HR professionals that are incredibly passionate about working for the organisation and making the world a better place.
- Pension: 8% employer contribution. Employee contributions are optional and Amnesty will match up to 3% of employee contributions.
- Life insurance that will pay 4 times the gross salary in case of death.
- Cycle to work scheme.
- Season ticket loan.
Don't take my word for it
"I've worked at Amnesty now for 4.5 years and I really have enjoyed the challenge. The people are brilliant and you really feel a sense of pride working here. When you wake up in the morning, you know that you are making a difference and are contributing to work that really matters!"
- Benjamin Verron (Current International Pay and Reward Manager)
What do you need to be successful?
- Experience of operating in a similar role which has international pay and reward responsibilities across a multitude of locations. This includes knowledge of UK and international employment law on providing specific pay and reward solutions.
- Extensive experience of negotiating and consulting with trade union representatives.
- Experience of developing and implementing an organisational reward and benefits strategy and associated project plans.
- Experience of operating a human resource information system to extract business intelligence that can feed into day to day business activity and longer term people management approaches.
- Experience of overseeing payroll and a good understanding of key processes and performance management.
- Global mobility experience
If this sounds like the perfect fit for you then please reach out to discuss further and to receive a candidate pack. Please either apply below or email Richard.Grove@investigo.co.uk or Jade.Breeds@investigo.co.uk.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 7th October.
Equality and diversity is at the core of Amnesty's values and staff are expected to work collectively and individually to promote a constructive and sensitive approach to others from a variety of backgrounds, where the work of others is valued and respected.