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Global Total Rewards Director, Human Resources
PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and with expertise in science, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales up innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.
At PATH, our people are central to our mission of advancing health equity. As a function, the Human Resources division’s vision is to provide leadership in building a culture defined by our values and built on empowerment, courage, learning, and growth. Hence, three strategic focus areas guide our approach to support PATH’s strategy:
- Redefining the employee experience to be more inclusive, from onboarding to separation and everything in between
- Redefining how we approach talent to attract, retain, and grow our employees
- Incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion into all aspects of our people processes
Sustaining PATH’s success requires attracting and retaining a global workforce through both a compensation and benefits strategy that is innovative and responsive and plans that are equitable and competitive. PATH’s Global Total Rewards Director is a worldwide position that provides leadership and guidance in developing, maintaining, and delivering compensation systems and benefits programs.
The Total Rewards (TR) Director reports to the Chief People and Diversity Officer and is part of PATH’s Global HR Leadership team. The TR Director will design, implement, and lead PATH’s global benefits, wellness, compensation programs, and change management focusing on attracting and retaining talent in all markets where PATH operates. This role manages a team of talented professionals and partners with program leaders and HRBPs around the world.
- Continuous innovation in total rewards initiatives that are aligned to PATH’s values and strategic priorities
- Design market competitive compensation and benefits plans, taking a total compensation approach in the countries where PATH operates and employs people
- Develop and manage efficient business processes for the administration of daily compensation changes, including promotions, adjustments, offers, etc.
- Partner with the Chief People and Diversity Officer and Board Chairman to support the Executive Compensation Committee
- Provide agile solution-oriented support to projects as PATH expands operations into countries where we do not currently operate
- Engage and partner with HR colleagues and organizational leaders to find creative solutions to unexpected challenges that emerge globally
- Use data and analytics to inform decisions and ensure all our processes drive fair and equitable outcomes
- Drive a strategy and plan to ensure pay equity across all demographics, including build-out of dashboards to provide visibility on progress
- Partner with our Finance & Planning team on annual compensation planning and budget processes
- Ensure alignment of total compensation policies and practices to the complex, changing requirements of multiple donors, countries, and types of work
- Simplify business processes and author total rewards policies that address both organizational needs and compliance requirements
- Manage partnerships with vendors to provide comprehensive coverage to address employee needs
- Negotiate/oversee the negotiation of vendor associated contracts
- Serve as thought partner for executive team and HR leaders on global compensation and benefits trends, regulations, and cutting edge practices
- Design, implement, and oversee a global mobility program and tax policy that corresponds with PATH’s talent strategy
- Manage global tax vendor for tax advice and preparation and other total rewards contracts and vendors
- Bachelor’s Degree plus a minimum of ten years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
- Compensation and benefits function leadership experience required. Global compensation and benefits leadership experience preferred
- Excellent communication skills
- Management of complexity and ambiguity
- Capacity to influence
- Demonstrated cultural agility
- Resilience and resourcefulness
- Advanced ability to use data to inform decisions
- Advanced collaboration skills
- Capacity to build and grow an effective team
- Entrepreneurial and innovative mindset