Consultant - Rewards & Data Services


We help organisations to change, grow and thrive by engaging their individuals in a better working experience. As a Lead Associate within our Reward line of business, you will join our growing team and play a lead role in managing our compensation surveys. You will be responsible for developing and implementing innovative and practical solutions to build survey participation, manage and deliver a range of compensation surveys and work with clients on their benchmarking and broader reward needs.

The Role:

To succeed in this role, you will need strong business acumen along with confidence to interact with key client contacts, work in teams, and build a trusted advisor status. You will focus on helping clients through understanding issues and shaping solutions, bringing new perspectives to their problems and accessing the power of our global network of thought leaders.
 

  • Take a lead role in marketing and sales, data collection, management of data bases and publication of our survey results
  • Work closely with local and regional colleagues to manage survey databases and publish surveys
  • Provide advice to global colleagues and clients on Australia compensation data
  • Work with the broader team to deliver a range of reward solutions including reward strategy, design and job levelling.
  • Contribute to new business development by developing proposals and statements of work, project plans and budgets
  • Work with team members to review work, provide guidance and insight
     

The Requirements:

  • Experience in leading compensation surveys, recruitment of participants, management of survey submission and analysis and reporting
  • Experience in undertaking job analysis, and understanding of job families and job architecture
  • A professional presence with polished and well-developed written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and networks
  • Proven ability to recognize and diagnose issues, work in teams, and to bring a solution mindset to client problems
  • Ability to draw conclusions from data in a logical, systematic way
  • Availability to travel on an as-needed basis
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, Finance, or any other major with significant qualitative and quantitative course work
  • Located in Sydney (preferred)

Equal opportunity employer


We help organisations to change, grow and thrive by engaging their individuals in a better working experience. As a Lead Associate within our Reward line of business, you will join our growing team and play a lead role in managing our compensation surveys. You will be responsible for developing and implementing innovative and practical solutions to build survey participation, manage and deliver a range of compensation surveys and work with clients on their benchmarking and broader reward needs.

The Role:

To succeed in this role, you will need strong business acumen along with confidence to interact with key client contacts, work in teams, and build a trusted advisor status. You will focus on helping clients through understanding issues and shaping solutions, bringing new perspectives to their problems and accessing the power of our global network of thought leaders.
 

  • Take a lead role in marketing and sales, data collection, management of data bases and publication of our survey results
  • Work closely with local and regional colleagues to manage survey databases and publish surveys
  • Provide advice to global colleagues and clients on Australia compensation data
  • Work with the broader team to deliver a range of reward solutions including reward strategy, design and job levelling.
  • Contribute to new business development by developing proposals and statements of work, project plans and budgets
  • Work with team members to review work, provide guidance and insight
     

The Requirements:

  • Experience in leading compensation surveys, recruitment of participants, management of survey submission and analysis and reporting
  • Experience in undertaking job analysis, and understanding of job families and job architecture
  • A professional presence with polished and well-developed written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and networks
  • Proven ability to recognize and diagnose issues, work in teams, and to bring a solution mindset to client problems
  • Ability to draw conclusions from data in a logical, systematic way
  • Availability to travel on an as-needed basis
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, Finance, or any other major with significant qualitative and quantitative course work
  • Located in Sydney (preferred)

Equal opportunity employer

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