The Walt Disney Company Compensation Manager in New York, New York

The Compensation department leads the design, implementation, and administration of compensation programs that support our domestic and international clients. This includes designing base salary & incentive plans and alternative rewards programs that are consistent with market conditions, internal equity, a pay for performance philosophy and the company’s business and HR priorities and strategies.

As part of the Direct to Consumer and International (DTCI) Compensation team, the Sr. Compensation Consultant provides guidance to assigned internal clients and collaborates with HR partners in the planning, development, implementation, and administration of compensation programs that support the company’s business strategy. The Sr. Compensation Consultant also collaborates with compensation peers in each of the business segments on the implementation of centralized, harmonized, and seamless compensation support for functional organizations that span across all business segments.

Responsibilities :

  • Conduct compensation benchmark assessments; actively seek market intelligence and industry-specific data to inform appropriate solutions for assigned clients

  • Evaluate, level, and determine the market value for new and existing jobs

  • Collaborate with HR business partners and assigned clients in the creation of consistent job families

  • Develop compensation proposals for newly promoted and newly hired employees (both executive and non-executive)

  • Administer the annual merit increase, bonus, and long-term incentive program and communication for assigned clients

  • Assist in creating, applying, and maintaining salary structures and hiring ranges

  • Conduct ad hoc compensation analyses and projects

Basic Qualifications :

  • 5-7+ years compensation experience

  • Solid understanding of compensation practices and trends, with emphasis on technology roles

  • Strong written, verbal, and graphic communication skills, including the ability to effectively communicate technical information to varying audiences

  • Ability to understand and relate to multiple stakeholders

  • Exceptional quantitative skills with a commitment to accuracy and details

  • Advanced Excel knowledge; SAP, Success Factors, Cognos and Access experience a plus

  • Ability to set priorities and manage multiple assignments

  • Ability to work in a flexible, often ambiguous environment

Preferred Qualifications :

  • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) preferred

Preferred Education :

  • Bachelor’s degree - Human Resources, Finance, Mathematics, Economics, Accounting, or Business degree preferred; or equivalent work experience

Job ID: 577405BR

Location: New York,New York

Job Posting Company: The Walt Disney Company (Corporate)