The Manager, Compensation and Benefits is responsible for the administration of the compensation, benefit and retirement programs at PMA Companies and ensuring that such programs attract new, highly skilled talent to the organization as well as motivate, retain and recognize existing PMA employees for their efforts and performance.
Lead the administration and execution of PMA's compensation and benefit programs.
Explain compensation and benefits by conducting meetings; preparing written and graphic announcements and explanations; and responding to benefit related inquiries.
Implement and oversee the compensation process including market-based job evaluations and salary structure through an ongoing review of positions within the Property and Casualty Insurance industry to ensure competitiveness.
Coach and consult with leadership on day-to-day process and policy implementation, such as questions on compensation and benefit plans, employee recognition, etc.
Collect, analyze and summarize employee benefit and compensation data and trends for PMA Leadership.
Partner with leadership to better understand the current and future business needs and to ensure that PMA's compensation, benefits and rewards program drive excellence, engagement and a culture of performance.
Lead and make recommendations on the organization's employee recognition program.
Ensure that compensation and benefit programs comply with federal and state regulations.
Manage partnerships with outside vendors.
Demonstrate commitment to Company's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, and apply knowledge of compliance policies and procedures, standards and laws applicable to job responsibilities in the performance of work.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development or Business required. Master's degree preferred.
Minimum 7 years' work experience as Generalist with involvement in the employee benefits and/or compensation functions of a Human Resources team.
Prior experience in the property and casualty insurance or financial industry is preferred.
Prior experience supervising, managing and/or leading a benefits or compensation team is preferred.
Must be a self-starter, team player, and able to work in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment.
Proven success leading and driving complex initiatives.
Strong analytical skills, accuracy, attention to detail, and ability to multi-task.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to communicate with executive management.
Strong organizational skills, concise documentation skills, and ability to meet tight deadlines.
A proactive, high energy attitude geared towards achieving continuous improvement.
Proficient in Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Microsoft Excel functionality.
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