SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL
Lead the Rewards
function for Global John Crane. Develop, implement and maintain fit-for-purpose
reward programs, structures, tools and processes across John Crane as required.
Contribute to the development of Group reward policies and lead application of
policies which support business performance and talent goals, enabling John
Crane’s ongoing business success in partnership with HR leaders and the
extended Smiths Reward team. Support M&A
activities and sales incentive projects and review processes.
SPECIFIC DUTIES, ACTIVITIES AND
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
closely with HR Business Partners to provide ongoing reward advice and decision
policy and process issues arising from the day to day management of the reward plans
and service delivery.
and design wage and salary structures that balance market competitiveness,
internal equity, and cost.
and design merit and bonus programs that facilitate differentiation based on
performance and adherence to budget.
annual salary/merit review process end to end.
annual bonus plan allocation, communication and pay out.
up and maintain global job (level) structure in line with business needs,
ensure allocation of employees to structure in a consistent manner within
Smiths job evaluation methodology framework.
reward components of countries in which John Crane operates remain competitive vs.
the external market.
of the alignment of local benefits to market. Interface between Group and
external SME’s and local HR and benefits service delivery providers to ensure
policies and procedures are in line with John Crane and Group standards (where
appropriate) and best practice.
to the development of global reward policies in partnership with Smiths Group
M&A activities (due diligence; implementation; transition) from a
reward/benefit perspective in partnership with Group and Divisional M&A
global initiatives and projects.
annual LTIP cycle – communication, nomination processes.
Global HRBPs with managing international assignments in John Crane, ensure
salary packages are competitive and aligned to Smiths Group standards.
HR VP with monthly reports and data analysis as required
degree in a related field, post graduate qualification is an advantage.
plus years’ progressively responsible roles in Reward and Total Compensation.
cultural work experience is required.
capability in utilizing HR data tools and systems and applicable MS Office
to travel as and when required (up to 25%).
DESIRED SKILLS & BEHAVIORS:
problem solving and analytical skills
project management skills
organized and attention to detail and ability to identify and remediate
skills in driving change, collaboration and influencing
skills in operational excellence and process improvement capabilities
for results – the ability to take on new challenges and a belief in your
capabilities to deliver results.
written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate at different
levels of the organization.
with M&A activities desired
KEY ROLE INTERACTIONS:
Business Partners, line managers, HR VP; Smiths Group Reward function and
external consultants (market data, salary advice, tax advice, insurance
duties and responsibilities will vary based upon departmental needs.
all work in a safe manner and follow all safety requirements consistent with
supporting the Company’s goals.
guidelines in accordance with the Manual Lifting Guidelines noted in the Safety
all environmental requirements consistent with supporting the company’s
environmental performance goals.
and actively participate in all other EHS training requirements
Must be able to sit for extend periods of time;
a minimum of 2 hours.
Must be able to maneuver to all areas of the
office, shop, warehouse, or manufacturing plant
Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds and carry
up to 10 pounds.
Must be able to bend, reach, kneel, twist, and
grip items while working at assigned desk area.
Must have the manual dexterity and coordination
to operate office equipment.
Must be able to simultaneously manage several
objectives, changing priorities and reassign priorities to complete
Must be able to read, write, speak and
Must be able to respond to visual and aural
environment is typically considered within a Smiths location during normal or
extended business hours to include offices, manufacturing plants and repair
facilities. Work environment may also
include customer sites including oil well sites, and meeting venues.