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Compensation And Benefits (C&B) Partner

Closing: Jul 10, 2024

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Published: Jun 28, 2024 (22 days ago)

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The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is seeking a Compensation and Benefits, Partner to serve as the subject matter expert in all aspects of Compensation and Benefits(C&B). This role will be offered on a 1.5-year fixed term contract, subject to availability of funding and will be based in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Compensation and Benefits Partner will play a critical role in the development, update and implementation of the compensation and benefits strategy, frameworks, and standards for all GAIN offices, to attract, motivate and retain top talent across the organisation. They will collaborate with key stakeholders, including HR staff, finance, and senior leadership, to design and administer competitive compensation and rewards programs that align with oragnisational goals and support our commitment to employee engagement and performance.

The role will also be responsible for ensuring all policies, processes and procedures relating to C&B and are reviewed and maintained regularly in addition to conducting the job evaluation process, salary reviews, benchmarking, and market surveys in various markets for all location offices where required.

About you

  • The ideal candidate should have experience developing compensation and benefits strategies and frameworks across countries. Experience in a similar role supporting multiple countries is highly preferred.  You should be able to design and administer competitive compensation and rewards programs that align with oragnisational goals.
  • Expertise in conducting job evaluation processes, salary reviews, benchmarking, and market surveys is required to succeed in this role. The position holder will be required to engage with staff from various departments and senior leadership to design and administer competitive compensation and reward programs.
  • You should posses advanced MS excel skills and able to interpret complex data, conduct market research, and provide data-driven recommendations. You should be knowledgeable in compensation principles and concepts, (including job analysis, market pricing, and total rewards), market trends, regulatory requirements and best practices. An educational background with a degree or equivalent in business/economics, HR management or related field is required.


Responsibilities

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is seeking a Compensation and Benefits, Partner to serve as the subject matter expert in all aspects of Compensation and Benefits(C&B). This role will be offered on a 1.5-year fixed term contract, subject to availability of funding and will be based in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Compensation and Benefits Partner will play a critical role in the development, update and implementation of the compensation and benefits strategy, frameworks, and standards for all GAIN offices, to attract, motivate and retain top talent across the organisation. They will collaborate with key stakeholders, including HR staff, finance, and senior leadership, to design and administer competitive compensation and rewards programs that align with oragnisational goals and support our commitment to employee engagement and performance.

The role will also be responsible for ensuring all policies, processes and procedures relating to C&B and are reviewed and maintained regularly in addition to conducting the job evaluation process, salary reviews, benchmarking, and market surveys in various markets for all location offices where required.

About you

  • The ideal candidate should have experience developing compensation and benefits strategies and frameworks across countries. Experience in a similar role supporting multiple countries is highly preferred.  You should be able to design and administer competitive compensation and rewards programs that align with oragnisational goals.
  • Expertise in conducting job evaluation processes, salary reviews, benchmarking, and market surveys is required to succeed in this role. The position holder will be required to engage with staff from various departments and senior leadership to design and administer competitive compensation and reward programs.
  • You should posses advanced MS excel skills and able to interpret complex data, conduct market research, and provide data-driven recommendations. You should be knowledgeable in compensation principles and concepts, (including job analysis, market pricing, and total rewards), market trends, regulatory requirements and best practices. An educational background with a degree or equivalent in business/economics, HR management or related field is required.


  • Plan and execute work on the implementation of the annual and mid-year salary review processes which includes data coordination, modelling, and other analytical support as required in consultation with the Head of HR and the Director of Strategic Operations.
  • Lead on the renewal process of monetary and non-monetary benefits by conducting market research and analysis and provide recommendations to ensure salaries and benefits comply with the current legislation, pay equity and GAIN’s policies.
  • Lead on the development of all payroll initiatives including recommendations on process improvements in order to streamline and improve efficiency.
  • Analyse published and custom cut country salary surveys; review appropriateness of current surveys and research and recommend new opportunities for obtaining salary and benefit data.
  • Build Compensation & Benefits capacity in country offices by educating the various teams on GAIN’s Compensation and Benefits approach and framework as well as looking for opportunities and coordinating related trainings that can be provided.
  • Remain connected to external trends and regulatory developments around Reward and be part of networks and forums as needed.


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