Senior Officer - Compensation and Benefits (SZJ-11359)

A munkáltatóról / About the company
On behalf of our Client, one of the biggest humanitarian organizations in the world, we are looking for a Compensation and Benefits Senior Officer to their Budapest-based office.
Pozíció részletezése / Position overview
What you’ll be doing

Job evaluations and grading structures

• Act as a regional focal point for job classification processes.
• Map, review, harmonize the national grading structures. Create a comprehensive regional database.
• Work closely with the Global Senior Officer, Job Design and Rewards on international position classifications.
• Oversee the grading of all positions for Budapest-based and other Europe Regional staff and delegates, ensuring that all positions are classified using the same methodology and in respect of internal equity.
• Proactively support efforts to ensure that managers and staff are informed and trained in the job classification and remuneration principles and effectively advise and support them in carrying out discussions as needed, addressing
cases, and providing out-of-the-box solutions to address them.
• Proactively provide advice and guidance to managers, staff, HR team members to identify staff needs and the best way to develop job descriptions.
• Review job classification requests for national positions and recommend solutions for the gradings while ensuring absolute confidentiality, integrity, and consistency.

Compensation management

• Act as a regional focal point for compensation management.
• Develop techniques for compiling, preparing, and presenting data.
• Map of the current national compensation policies and practices in the Europe Region.
• Monitor the effectiveness of existing compensation practices, work closely with HR focal points, finance department and management to understand the as-is situation and challenges. Recommend changes that are cost-effective and consistent with market trends, regional strategy, and global organisation objectives.
• Develop a comprehensive and sustainable pay policy and related guidelines for the Europe Region and Global Service Centre offices to ensure national staff remuneration is fair and consistent across the Region and are in line with the global humanitarian organization strategies and local legislation.

Salary benchmark

• Track compensation and benefits benchmarking data.
• Oversee the participation in salary surveys and monitor salary survey data to ensure compensation objectives are achieved.
• Support HR at country level in implementing and revising national staff salary scale.
• Identify trends and designs creative solutions to specific markets to engage and motivate employees

Manage and oversee the annual review

• Harmonize the annual review for national staff in the Europe Region and Global Services Centre.
• Develop guidelines, templates, communication materials, disseminate conduct presentations and training to the HR team and managers.
• Support the Finance department in the budgeting process with preparing salary budgets and associated cost modeling.
• Coordinate and oversee the processes in close collaboration with finance and HR focal points and management.
• Design metrics to generate valuable information and facilitate decision making
HR remuneration policies and systems, and other HR tools
• Review the setting of salaries for international positions in the Europe Region and coordinate with the global Senior Officer, Job Design and Rewards as needed.
• Review the setting of salaries for national positions in the Budapest office and other Europe Region offices.
• Conduct random quality assurance checks and audits on remuneration and benefits-related activities.

Contribution to the building of an effective, high-quality HR team

• Contribute to the continued improvement of regional HR metrics and their tracking to generate valuable information and facilitate decision making.
• Be actively involved in broader projects and policy development activities and contribute to wider process improvement initiatives.
• Ensure support in registering and updating master data in the organization’s HR systems.
• Provide back-up support in the absence of other team members.

What you need to have:

• University degree in HR or related field. A combination of a first-level university degree and extensive relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.
• Professional HR qualification is an advantage.
• At least 5 years of relevant working experience.
• Demonstrated HR professional experience in a multicultural, international, matrix organization (IO, NGO, corporate)
• At least 3 years Compensation and benefits or related role experience
• Excellent communication (oral and written) skills
• Fluent in English

What we offer

• Challenging and various tasks
• International, inspiring and dynamic environment
• Continuous learning & development opportunity
• Medicover package
• All You Can Move pass
• Friendly environment and various team events


Cím: 1134 Budapest, Dévai utca 19. VIII/811

E-mail cím:

Mobil: +3670 399 9557

+3630 4450677
(English speaking contact)