Head of Pay & Reward 28655

£ 300.00 - £ 450.00 per day



Sarah Clisby

Team Leader

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28655 - Head of Pay & Reward, West Midlands
Highways England
Role & Responsibilities      
Role A One role will be dedicated to helping implement the new Pay & Grading scheme, so capabilities/ experience in:- Job Evaluation (Hay preferred) and mapping Grade design Market salary analysis Modelling options Communication - helping prepare and deliver the message Role B The other role will concentrate more on BAU activities but also some involvement in delivering the Pay & Grading proposal. The key activities to deliver: Pay Review Benefits/ Pensions - traditional activities, some tail end of TUPEs activities and maximising returns Communication Market analysis Both will be expected to have enthusiasm, energy and ideas


Role A Implementing Pay & Grading schemes Job Evaluation (Hay preferred) and mapping Grade design Market salary analysis Communication - helping prepare and deliver the message Governance Drafting grading guidance documents Role B Traditional BAU reward and benefit activities Some involvement in delivering the Grading proposals Delivering Pay Reviews Benefits/ Pensions - traditional activities, TUPEs activities and maximising returns thru comms Reward Communication Market analysis
Full job description available by request.  
How to Apply        
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Closing Date    
Must have SC / DV Clearance

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