Reward Analyst

Job specification

Home based role
37 - Happy to talk flexible working
Contract type:
6 Month FTC
£32,232 to £42,635 p.a.
Closing date:
Job reference:
We now have an excellent opportunity for a Reward Analyst to join us on a 6 month fixed term contract, as a vital member of our Council wide Pay & Reward transformation programme.

About the role

In this key role, you will work with benchmark market data to model and cost options to identify the optimal position and fit for Swindon Borough Councils’ new pay and reward framework. Working with the Pay and Reward Project Lead you will utilise the Career Family structure to develop and test options to build a new pay structure, to create a simplified set of terms and conditions, and to shape a richer employee benefits proposition.

About you

You will have experience working with HR data as an analyst in an HR, pensions, payroll, reward, employee benefits and/or project role.

You will be used to utilising different sources of employee benchmark data detailing pay, employee benefits, terms and conditions and related employment information.

You will have experience of developing methodologies for mapping benchmark data to an organisations’ own grade set, career/job family structure, or job architecture and will be able to work confidently with large volumes of employee data on Excel.

This is an excellent opportunity to join our project team, with the chance to shape the pay & reward proposition for our varied and diverse employee groups, in a fast paced, challenging and supportive environment.

In return for your talents, we offer a range of benefits including: 

  • 25 days holiday per annum
  • Flexible working
  • A career average revalued earnings (CARE) pension scheme
  • Leisure Discounts/ Legal Services discounts
  • Eating Out, Shopping and Entertainment discounts

Swindon Borough Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community.

Candidates must be fluent in the English language (as a requirement of Part 7 of the Immigration Act – for the effective performance of a customer-facing role).

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