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The Senior Executive Compensation Analyst is responsible for assisting in delivering core executive compensation initiatives to internal clients by applying professional judgment, knowledge, and experience. The individual assists in the research, analysis, design, implementation, and administration of key compensation programs of the Company. In addition, the individual will assist in the implementation, management and development of innovative solutions that support the business unit strategy and design by applying thought leadership and their subject matter expertise. This includes project planning, execution, timing, functionality, quality, communication and cost. Projects may include (but are not limited to) survey administration, technology, communications and competitive pay benchmarking.
- Coordinate pay benchmarking projects for specific clients including job evaluation, internal and external analysis and recommendations.
- Participate in the implementation, communication, and administration of either the annual or long term incentive plan for all eligible employees.
- Provide data for meeting materials for the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors, including competitive data and plan design administration.
- Conduct the research, analysis, and design of specific core executive compensation initiatives including pay mix, incentive leverage, salary ranges, perquisites, etc.
- May lead or participate in moderate to complex projects covering key areas of executive compensation including changes to regulatory provisions, employee communication regarding executive, and incentive compensation programs, analyzing effectiveness of current incentive plans, ad-hoc report and analysis requests.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
- 3 or more years of related experience
- Intermediate to advanced analytical skills
- Intermediate to advanced project management
- Intermediate to advanced technical experience in compensation, finance or accounting
- Good business writing skills
- Ability to establish, manage and leverage relationships with internal and external partners
Compensation offered for this role is $67,300 – $100,000 per year and is based on experience and qualifications.
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary – but that’s just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life — including a generous paid time off policy. For a full description of Allstate’s benefits, visit allstate.jobs/benefits/
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