At Emburse our mission is to help make our users’ lives and their businesses better. We are dramatically transforming how organizations manage corporate expenses and invoices.
We humanize work by automating manual tasks and saving users’ time, so they can focus on what matters most their family, community, or more rewarding work.
We help CFO's give their employees a simple and amazing experience while ensuring compliance and reducing costs. Our solutions are tailored for companies from start-ups to enterprises.
We have more than 14,000 clients and 4.5 million users globally.
Emburse has offices across North America, including Los Angeles, Montreal, Portland (ME), San Diego, San Francisco, and Toronto, as well as locations in the UK, Germany, Spain and Australia.
Our core values - Sincerity, Empathy, Empowerment, Individuality and Teamwork - reflect who we are as a company. They are central to the decisions we make and the interactions we have with our teams, customers, and partners.
As a people focused company, we are seeking candidates who align with our values.
Emburse is a proud recipient of a 2020 Tech Cares Award from TrustRadius. This award celebrates companies that have gone above and beyond to provide their communities, clients, and front line workers with support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Responsible for the continued strategic planning, design, and implementation of a comprehensive Total Rewards strategy and programs companywide.
Manages the various compensation programs and activities including base pay, incentive pay, options grants, surveys, and compensation analytics.
The role will conduct and participate in compensation surveys and provide advice on pay decisions and policies specific to our compensation-related programs.
Additional responsibilities include job revisions, market pricing, and maintaining salary structures. Lead the management of all aspects of the employee benefits program, health and welfare plans, retirement plans, life insurance, wellness programs and any other employee benefit plans offered.
What you'll do :
Drive a global Total Rewards strategy and supports the Emburse’s business and talent acquisition strategy to attract a highly diverse, global workforce
Leads the development, implementation, management, and administration of compensation programs, policies, and procedures and ensures that they are current, competitive and in compliance with legal requirements
Develop and manage variable pay programs designed to drive performance and align compensation with company philosophy
Analyzes internal and external salary statistics, including survey results, to provide recommendations and strategies for changes to salary grades and for classification of new jobs
Stays current with market trends and ensures compliance with local, state, and federal regulations as it relates to compensation
Stays current with global pay trends and ensures compliance with all regulations as they pertain to Emburse’s international offices
Works collaboratively with administrative functions to build support of compensation processes within the framework available
Consults with hiring managers and the talent acquisition team to determine appropriate base and incentive pay for new hire offers;
determines appropriate response to requests for retention and signing bonuses
Prepares compensation recommendations for new positions and promotions supported by internal equity, pay guidelines, and external competitive benchmarks
Analyzes and presents to functional leaders’ compensation themes and pay gaps for their respective teams
Plays a key role in the annual compensation review planning process to include merit, bonus, and equity programs
Completes audits to check the integrity of the compensation data
Fulfills all reporting requirements of all relevant government rules and regulations, including internationally
Develop and maintain relationships with benefit and compensation vendors, consultants, and third-party administrators to ensure they comply with contract terms and conditions and leverage them to continue to offer high-quality programs and maintain market competitiveness
Lead the management of the renewal processes in all locations, from end to end including renewal negotiations, deliver communication, and streamline enrollment
Lead annual review for health and group insurance plans, annual open enrollment, which includes the evaluation of costs, benefits audit etc.
Maintain expertise and continual assessment and research of market trends and recommend considerations for change to current programs by building business cases and calculating the impact on budgets
Analyze and deliver reporting and cost projections to support the recommendation of benefit plan changes, adding new benefits and ensuring program governance
What we're looking for :
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Finance, Business Administration, or related field
Required : Minimum of 8-10 years’ relevant compensation experience
Experience with pre-IPO equity, mergers, and acquisitions (M & A), sales rewarding, and / or executive compensation a plus
Have demonstrated knowledge in planning, developing, and maintaining salary ranges, incentive plans (both short & long-term including equity programs) and performance management trends
The ideal candidate must be an excellent communicator and problem solver with the ability to multi-task, meet constantly changing deadlines, and possess excellent interpersonal skills
Candidates must demonstrate a very high level of attention to detail, be very organized, and work well in a fast-paced environment
Advanced computer skills, including mastery of Excel and PowerPoint is essential
Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills including statistical analysis and modeling along with experience evaluating and managing online salary management tools
Ability to work collaboratively and to influence and develop strong cross-functional working relationships with groups such as HR Operations, Talent Acquisition & Finance
Clear communication skills, including an ability for breaking down complex technical concepts and knowledge sharing
Ability to handle confidential information with discretion
Ability to communicate effectively; listen and give clear directions verbally and in writing
Interpersonal skills to work across all levels of the organization
Understand and practice ethical behavior in order to meet the company’s expectation for conduct
Ability to work under minimal supervision
Ability to give and receive feedback
Emburse provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
In addition to federal law requirements, Emburse complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location where the company has facilities.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment.