GlaxoSmithKline is one of the world's leading research based healthcare companies, with operations in over 100 countries and 96,500 employees worldwide. We discover, develop, manufacture and distribute a huge range of healthcare products, from lifesaving prescription medicines and vaccines to popular consumer healthcare products like Lucozade, Ribena, Horlicks, Sensodyne, Aquafresh and Panadol . Delivering more than 1,400 brands to over 160 markets across the globe, with an annual turnover in excess of £28 billion. In 2010 alone we delivered 1.4 billion vaccine doses to 179 countries. We're dedicated to helping millions of people around the world to do more, feel better and live longer. We're revolutionising our business, and pioneering change across our entire industry, to meet changing healthcare needs in both the developed and developing world. The depth, breadth and influence of our business and the scale and scope of our bold plans for the future mean that we'll offer you the chance to answer some of the biggest questions facing everyone on the planet. Questions about future healthcare needs and questions about building a responsive, innovative, global business to meet them.
The Global Compensation Operations Consultant provides dedicated expertise in a core specialist activity required to plan and deliver global Reward programmes. This will include extensive project management or process design capabilities delivered at a global scale with resourcing provided in a matrix environment. This role serves both as a consultant to peers in the Reward CoE, typically Operations & Services, or directly leads significant project/process initiatives and workstreams. In the latter case, core specialist expertise is blended with Reward knowledge to support the integration of the global Reward agenda with Region/LOC business requirements.
1. Provide expert Project Management/Process design consultation to CoE peers using formal tools and methodologies (i.e. Six Sigma, ADP, etc.) and/or provide intervention at specific stages of projects/processes to facilitate issue resolution.
2. Use formal techniques to manage global processes and projects, including leading workstreams or subsets of projects, to meet agreed milestones and deliverables. This includes cyclical activities such as the annual Salary Review & Bonus Cycle or one-time events/projects (i.e. implementations of a new Reward tool, such as JobLink or a programme change implementation). This may also include Business Unit-specific (i.e. R&D, Consumer Healthcare, etc.) global or multi-regional implementations.
3. Use formal techniques to design key Reward processes, with strong partnership with Global Compensation Systems to ensure technology alignment; a key focus is on standardization and consistency, whilst ensuring an integrated approach towards Business Unit/Regional/LOC needs. Understand relevant impact of GSK policies (i.e. Personally Identifiable Information) to process design requirements.
4. Partner with Global Compensation Systems team to ensure that following the selection and technological integration of a Reward system, the plan for global implementation considers System requirements; ensure clear ongoing partnership through system upgrades and transition of vendor management.
5. Support Director Global Compensation Operations in delivering Operations resourcing requirements to Compensation Project Manager to ensure effective short-/mid-/and long-term resource planning.
6. Incorporate key metrics and outcome-based approach to Operations deliverables; partner with Business Measures and Programme Excellence to ensure consistency across Reward
7. Build capabilities within the Reward CoE (and Regional/LOC staff) in areas of project management/process design expertise and network with internal GSK and external for ongoing development.
8. Consistent with resource planning, deliver Operations support as required to meet key deliverables in annual process or project activities as well as process improvement initiatives (After-Action Reviews, Kaizens, etc.
1. Project Management expertise (in a formally trained manner such as Six-Sigma) or formal Process design experience
2. Experience in managing matrixed / international resources over complicate project situations (i.e. multiple workstreams of different specialty). Evidence of delivery to deadlines/ effective management of multiple activities with conflicting timelines
3. Business perspective of GSK or relevant to GSK (i.e. Science/Technology, FMGC) or experience in a Company with multiple business units with at times conflicting requirements
Compensation certification preferred