This will act as a guide and you may have specific requirements that relate to your business and sector.
Below is a list of key duties we’d expect to see when putting together a job description:
Head of Reward
- Design and implement end-to-end compensation and benefits strategies.
- Deliver an effective service to a range of employees across the business.
- Take ownership for reward processes including payroll, salary review, bonus allocation, job grading and harmonisation, ensuring regular salary and benefits benchmarking and surveying activity.
- Ensure compliance with reward processes, including data processing.
- Contribute to the selection and management of 3rd party suppliers including pension, healthcare and insurance providers.
- Manage the reward aspect of all People policies.
- Develop T&Cs, employee handbooks and other contractual documents.
- Support the onboarding and offboarding processes
- Support HRIS and related Reward, Compensation and Benefits policies.
Below is a list of key qualifications we’d expect to see when putting together a job description:
We often find that experience in a role and specific skills gained whilst working are of primary concern to employers there will often also be the requirement for specific qualifications.
- Some may require Degree Education.
- Being educated to a degree level is often desirable.
- CIPD qualifications are often requested and expected.
- Alternatively, graduates with a level-7 qualification will be in high demand.
- MBA in HR management is also another option.
- Some employers will also welcome a BTEC HNC/HND in HR management.