This Jobsfunter Listing is about Goodwin in London, England, United Kingdom 2022
About the job
Make an impact at Goodwin, where we partner with our clients to practice law with integrity, ingenuity, agility and ambition. Our 1,600 lawyers across the United States, Europe and Asia excel at complex transactions, high-stakes litigation and world-class advisory services in the technology, life sciences, real estate, private equity and financial industries. Our unique combination of deep experience serving both the innovators and investors in a rapidly-changing, technology-driven economy sets us apart. Also a global destination for business professionals, Goodwin’s team of professional staff was named in 2019 the “Best Business Team” by The American Lawyer.
As Compensation Analyst, you will be an integral part of a top notch compensation team and a critical member of our overall Talent organisation. You will be part of a team of 5 professionals that work together to seamlessly provide support for both attorney and professional staff compensation at a progressive, innovative and collaborative law firm. You will be located in our London office, our largest European office, and will provide on the ground compensation support for our Europe and Asia offices in addition to the US. You will report to the Manager, Compensation in NY and will be part of the HR team in London.
What You Will Do
- Support the administration of professional staff, case assistant, paralegal, Science Advisor, and attorney increase and bonus processes.
- Participate in the design of compensation programs and processes.
- Prepare spreadsheets and reports to support compensation team and client needs for compensation information and analysis.
- Assist with development of compensation related training initiatives and drafting communications.
- Complete salary surveys to support our firm’s critical and robust benchmarking process – collaborate with HR colleagues and internal clients to determine information used to complete surveys; maintain schedules and monitor due dates to ensure survey participation deadlines are met.
- Play key role in ensuring data integrity of compensation information in the Workday HRIS and other compensation systems, e.g. auditing information related to salary, FLSA, titles; frameworks, salary ranges, job profiles.
- Work closely with Compensation Managers on the administration of all compensation systems including Workday, MarketPay and CompXL – will work with comp team and HRBPs on programme communications and project launches; provide user support and training guides.
- Team with HRIS, Finance, Payroll, Benefits and HR Operations teams to achieve desired outcomes and produce data to support business needs.
- Make updates to Workday, MarketPay and CompXL systems for compensation related changes where appropriate.
- Perform calculations for salary True Ups for part-time and hourly attorneys and bonuses for attorneys.
- Create documentation for compensation administration and processes.
- Create automated compensation notices for salary changes and bonuses.
- Participate in various projects.
- Develop recommendations for process improvements for all non- partner populations at the Firm.
- Other duties as assigned.
Who You Are
- Educated with a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent.
- Optimally 2-5 years of related experience.
- Hands-on experience working with HRIS systems (Workday, MarketPay or CompXL systems a plus).
- Proficient with Word, PowerPoint, Outlook.
- Strong expertise with Excel, including VLOOKUP’s, creating charts and graphics, pivot tables.
- Ability to work flexible hours and/or extended hours periodically as needed to support the US offices at designated times.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
- Desire to learn and grow in the compensation field.
- Able to deal discreetly with sensitive and confidential information.
- Ability to deliver against competing deadlines.
- High level of attention to detail.
Goodwin Procter LLP is an equal opportunity employer. This means that Goodwin Procter LLP considers applicants for employment, and makes employment decisions without unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, citizenship status, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or other legally protected status.
Vacancy Type: Full-time · Associate
Job Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Application Deadline: N/A