With a presence in a dozen countries and over 13,000 employees in the UAE alone, this organisation is currently embarking on an exciting period of transformation across the business.
The transformation will be key in enhancing the capability, talent, technology, and processes in the HR function and how it interacts with the business. The investment in its people and development of the Human Resources team will coincide with continued growth of the business globally.
One of the critical new positions in the HR team is the Head of Total Rewards, reporting to the Chief People Officer.
The Head of Total Rewards will be responsible for development and delivery of competitive compensation & benefits policies and programs which build employer brand and are developed to optimize employee satisfaction and competitive edge.
This newly appointed individual will build the long-term C&B strategy and programs that are aimed towards attracting & retaining high performing and high potential employees.
Other key responsibilities will include:
- Implementing programs and policies
- Delivering high quality compensation and benefits surveys
- Conducting in depth analysis of market trends
- Supporting improvement towards employer of choice by ensuring communication and high engagement towards the Company's compensation & benefits programs
- Coach and mentor your direct report and other HR team members as appropriate to enhance performance and capability
The ideal profile for this fantastic opportunity will ideally have led the Reward function and/or developed compensation & benefits strategy for a listed organisation.
You will have had exposure to progressive reward practices and a demonstrable track record of implementation of those in a dynamic, complex, and agile environment.
Preferable, candidates will have an MA/MBA with specialization in HR or undergraduate degree with a recognised post-graduate HR professional qualification (eg CIPD/SHRM).
The SR Group (Dubai) Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.