Xerox Executive Compensation and Equity Program Manager in Norwalk, Connecticut
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Manages all executive compensation programs. Evaluates competitive practices, recommends action or programs based on findings.
Ensures that programs are aligned with Executive Compensation strategies. Performs analysis on the effectiveness and competitiveness of existing programs; models potential impact of alternatives and future programs.
Provides expert support on executive job evaluations and provides compensation recommendations for both internal and new hire positions. Engages with internal stakeholders as needed.
Provides analytical support for executive compensation programs and prepares presentations for review / approval of the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors.
Prepares the Proxy Compensation tables and assists with the CD&A for the Proxy statement.
Develops executive compensation communications and ensures that messaging is consistent with Xerox strategies and messaging.
Remains current on legislative changes relative to plan regulations, procedure changes, how they impact the compensation function and mandated disclosures.
Develops effective working relationships with various internal and external resources (including legal, corporate finance, payroll, tax, benefits, etc.) to ensure that all actions, plans and programs pertaining to executive compensation comply with internal corporate governance guidelines and external regulatory requirements.
Oversees the annual and quarterly off-cycle long-term incentive planning process (global guidelines, budgets, collateral materials for planning managers, global legal/regulatory compliance, CEO approval process, participant communications).
Oversees new stock award delivery, tracking and vesting, including administration of on-line award acceptance, in close collaboration with the stock plan service provider (Morgan Stanley).
Ensures compliance with regulatory and policy requirements (including Sarbanes Oxley compliance) and various filings.
Develops themes, prepares and manages Long-Term Incentive communications. Ensures that employee communications provide clear messaging and explanations that support strong perceived value of equity programs.
Leverages technology for continuous improvement in the communication and administration of equity programs.
Manages interface of internal Xerox systems with Morgan Stanley system.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent leadership skills to provide guidance and share expertise with team.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with an eye for detail and accuracy.
Strong project management skills; ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
Strong vendor management, and customer service orientation skills.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Demonstrates extreme tact.
Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills.
Education: Bachelor degree required, preferably in Economics, Finance, Accounting, Mathematics.
Certifications: CCP designation desirable.
Prior experience in Executive Compensation / Finance / Accounting and / or stock plan administration in a global company. Ability to maintain complete confidentiality, particularly on sensitive matters.
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Title: Executive Compensation and Equity Program Manager
Requisition ID: 18005555