The Reward function sits within the Payroll & Reward team. The purpose of the Reward function is to ensure reward and benefit processes and outcomes for employees are accurate and efficient; reviewing and setting strategic principles across the group.

The International Mobility and Reward Analyst will work with the Senior International Reward Manager to provide support, advice and guidance in respect of International Reward and Global Mobility related matters. The role will support overseas offices and clubs as well as a variety of Corporate Services stakeholders across the Group.

Role specific accountabilities:

  1. Provide support in respect of cross-border working arrangements in order to ensure compliance and best practice. This will include:

    • Provision of guidance to colleagues in connection with the selection and application of the appropriate policy type for the cross-border move in question.

    • Liaison with external vendors, such as Immigration, Tax, Legal and Relocation service providers.

    • Working with the Senior International Reward Manager to understand, interpret and disseminate technical advice.

    • Undertake cost estimate calculations in respect of cross-border moves.

    • Assisting with compensation package development, including salary benchmarking and calculation of assignment related allowances.

  2. Work collaboratively with colleagues in HR, Finance, Tax and Legal to understand the implications of entry into new territories and assist with set-up. The International Reward Analyst will be required to:

    • Independently research local requirements in areas such as tax, social security, payroll, immigration.

    • Liaise with the Senior International Reward Manager, the International HR Business Partner, internal stakeholders, and external vendors to verify findings and obtain advice.

    • Work closely with external vendors to ensure efficient and timely new location set-up, such as payroll and benefit provision.

  3. Provide support to ensure the timely and accurate operation of international payrolls, including:

    • Coordination with Payroll and HR colleagues in connection with monthly changes.

    • Liaison with external payroll vendors.

    • Initial review and reconciliation of monthly overseas payroll reports and liaison with Finance colleagues in respect of monthly liabilities.

  4. Assist with the coordination and management of the global benefits offering, including:

    • Liaison with overseas teams and benefit providers in connection with in-year changes.

    • Assisting with the annual renewal process.

  5. Develop knowledge of UK and overseas legislative and regulatory requirements and keep up to date with relevant changes. Share updates with HR colleagues and other relevant stakeholders.

    • Keep up to date with CFG best practice, policies and procedures, and ensure they are met.

  6. Act as a trusted point of contact for key stakeholders in connection with International Reward and wider Global Mobility issues.