|Szczegóły oferty pracy
|Nazwa||Reward Key Processes Support Analyst|
|Stanowisko||Reward Key Processes Analyst|
|Branża||Bankowość i finanse|
|Rodzaj zatrudnienia||umowa o pracę|
|Opis oferty||Your role|
Do you know what it takes to support a process from start to finish? Are you an analytic thinker? Do you have a sharp eye for detail? We're looking for someone like this to:
– support in the definition, planning, execution and governance of global
Reward processes, such as the commitments and Incidents &
Consequences (I&C) processes
– perform monthly reporting and ad-hoc analyses on a variety of topics
according to agreed SLAs, quality controls and local legislation
– collaborate across business units in support of the day-to-day related
– support report and system testing activities as requested
– work in partnership with HR Reward and HR IT developers to ensure
tools are performing as expected and make changes, where necessary
– proactively look for opportunities to improve reporting capabilities and
re-engineer processes for efficiency and effectiveness
– participate in and/or lead a number of ad hoc projects including
organizing or coordinating resources from within and outside of HR in
order to help drive the projects to conclusion.
You’ll be working within the Reward Key Process team. Our team covers topics like governance of the global commitment process for UBS, oversight responsibility of the global Year-End Process management, management of internal and external compensation-related audits, oversight of regulated employee lifecycle processes, oversight of the global Incidents & Consequences process including data validation and analytics. Our team is part of the global Reward team which provides reward consulting, delivery and governance across UBS.
Your experience and skills
– a bachelor's degree Business Administration, IT, Applied Mathematics,
Economics or Finance related field
– a good understanding of various HR functions
– advanced MS Office skills (especially Excel) and experience in Business
Objects (or a similar business intelligence tool) is an advantage
– strong analytical and problem-solving skills and process orientation
– experience working with international clients, preferably in the financial
– worked across multiple business lines and levels of seniority.
– an excellent communicator, with fluent written and spoken English;
German a plus
– a team player who has good relationship and stakeholder management
– highly organized with the ability to multi-task
– able to meet tight deadlines while demonstrating a high degree of
accuracy and attention to detail.
Expert advice. Wealth management. Investment banking. Asset management. Retail banking in Switzerland. And all the support functions. That's what we do. And we do it for private and institutional clients as well as corporations around the world.
We are about 60,000 employees in all major financial centers, in almost 900 offices and more than 50 countries. Do you want to be one of us?
What we offer
Together. That’s how we do things. We offer people around the world a supportive, challenging and diverse working environment. We value your passion and commitment, and reward your performance.
Keen to achieve the work-life agility that you desire? We're open to discussing how this could work for you (and us).
Take the next step
Are you truly collaborative? Succeeding at UBS means respecting, understanding and trusting colleagues and clients. Challenging others and being challenged in return. Being passionate about what you do. Driving yourself forward, always wanting to do things the right way. Does that sound like you? Then you have the right stuff to join us. Apply now on www.ubs.com/polandcareers
Disclaimer / Policy Statements
UBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce.
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