Senior Manager, Global Compensation - TECH at WeWork Technology

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Senior Manager, Global Compensation - TECH

About Us:

The We Company’s mission is to elevate the world’s consciousness. Our global platform reimagines and positively impacts how we work, live and grow through three distinct business lines: WeWork’s mission is to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living; WeLive’s mission is to build a world where no one feels alone; WeGrow’s mission is to unleash every human’s superpowers. Through design, technology, and hospitality we are creating a community that helps people live life with purpose and have a meaningful impact in the world. The We Company began 2019 with more than 400,000 members. In less than ten years, we’ve built a global network of 400 locations across 100 cities and nearly 30 countries, and we’re just getting started.

The mission of the Compensation team is to facilitate the shaping of our organization to stay ahead of our business growth. As Senior Manager, Global Compensation, you will be central to that mission, both in overseeing strategic projects related to our compensation philosophy and in implementing creative rewards initiatives for our rapidly growing population of Technology professionals worldwide. Our success brings us unique challenges and opportunities - we will only succeed with a focused and thoughtful approach to organizational design, process and communication to stay ahead of this growth. Join us as we build innovative solutions to unleash the power of “We”!

Key Responsibilities

  • Job Infrastructure: Design and maintain our new job family structure including job leveling and job catalog.

  • Market Reconnaissance: Lead the gathering of insights on competitive pay levels and practices to determine WeWork’s global competitive position by labor market. Develop and update quantitative models and formulate recommendations and updates to the compensation structure.

  • Lead Pay Reviews: Lead the development and completion of compensation reviews and recommendations related to merit / promo / equity increases. Lead design and administration of sales compensation calculations and process. Support expatriates and cross-border transfers.

  • Recruiting:  Work closely with Talent Acquisition to benchmark positions and develop competitive total reward packages including base, long-term equity and variable compensation.

  • Systems: Work with the People technology team to ensure that compensation and job profile requirements are satisfied and data accurately reflects salary structures and variable programs.

  • Storytelling: Design and build compensation metrics, reports and tools to inform compensation program decisions and analyze business outcomes. Produce ad hoc analyses with quick turnarounds.

  • Communications & Education: Create materials to effectively communicate compensation plans, policies and practices to the People team, employees and managers.

  • Executive Compensation: Lead the design and development of executive compensation programs, including long-term equity awards, compensation committee materials and stock-plan administration.

  • Recognition: Lead the design and administration of our innovative peer- and manager-initiated recognition portfolio.

  • Compliance: Ensure pay practices are compliant with US federal and state requirements (i.e. FLSA, minimum wage, overtime, etc) and requirements for each country in which we operate.

Key Experience & Competencies

  • You have experience with compensation in a high-growth organization and know how to deliver pressing daily needs with an eye towards achieving longer-term objectives. You want to grow your career in the rewards space with WeWork and aspire to create innovative reward infrastructure to support our culture.

  • Bachelor's Degree in a technical field and 3-5 years of compensation experience.

  • Demonstrated ability to define and solve practical pay problems.

  • Demonstrated ability to create accurate, validated exhibits to facilitate decision making.

  • Strong Microsoft Office and Google Suite skills.

  • Significant experience working with HR technology, data interfaces, and reporting.

  • Self-motivated and ability to work well within a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines.

  • Progressive thinker with a flexible, can-do, team-oriented approach.

  • Agile learner and proactive teacher.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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