The Merger & Acquisition Compensation and Benefits (C&B) Analyst is responsible to deliver and support acquisition related C&B tasks,
also acting as a key partner for the EMEA HR community.
Review and analysis of acquired company individual employee data.
Prepares and concludes compensation Due Diligence reports based on data obtained from multiple sources.
Acts as key user of M&A tools.
Partnership with EMEA Programs Team, local C&B Consultants, local HR and EMEA M&A HR.
Supports local HR and C&B related to the integration and harmonization approach for acquired employees.
Support all acquisition related harmonization activities for compensation at local country level, engaging with all stakeholders to ensure the accurate, effective and timely delivery of the harmonization process.
Helps to consolidate the compensation and benefits proposals into one final C&B harmonization proposal.
Supports effective business and employee communications to ensure the C&B harmonization offering is fully understood and appreciated, to maximize value.
Strong analytical and project management skills required to ensure successful and timely delivery.
Detailed Description and Job Requirements
Participates in the research, design and implementation of compensation programs, policies, and procedures. Responsible for job evaluation, salary administration, survey participation, and data analysis.
As a member of Corporate Compensation you will assist in the design and implementation of Oracle*s global total compensation programs including base salary, cash incentives, and stock options. Will interface with Oracle*s web tools to support compensation programs.
Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Strong analytical, project management, and communication skills in partnering with HR and management. Familiarity with HRIS systems and Excel spreadsheets is essential. 8 years compensation experience and BA/BS degree.
As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process, prior to an offer being made. This will involve identity and employment verification, salaryverification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).