Executive Compensation & Equity Plan Advisor

United States - Remote
Corporate Functions - HR – HR Services /
Full - Time /
Job Summary:
Manages and administers executive and long-term incentive compensation programs globally. Provides analysis, evaluation, recommendations and modeling of competitive practices and future programs. Ensures programs are compliant and in alignment with organization strategy.

Key Responsibilities

    • Executive Compensation:
    • Administers all executive compensation programs. Performs analysis on the effectiveness and competitiveness of existing programs, models potential impact of alternatives and future programs.
    • Provides support on executive job evaluations and provides compensation recommendations for both internal and new hire positions.
    • Prepares materials for Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors.
    • Remains current on legislative changes relative to plan regulations and procedure changes, and how they impact the compensation function and any mandated disclosures.
    • Develops effective working relationships with various internal and external resources (including legal, corporate finance/accounting, payroll, tax, benefits, etc.) to ensure timely filings and that all actions, plans and programs pertaining to executive compensation comply with internal corporate governance guidelines and external regulatory requirements.
    • Long-Term Incentive Compensation:
    • Manages the annual and quarterly off-cycle long-term incentive administration process (global guidelines, modeling/budgets, communication materials, global legal/regulatory compliance).
    • Oversees new LTI award delivery, tracking and vesting, including online award acceptance, in close collaboration with the stock plan service provider (E*Trade).
    • Ensures compliance with regulatory and policy requirements 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.
    • Administers global Employee Stock Purchase Program.
    • Manages interface of internal systems with E*Trade system.


    • Advanced knowledge of the application of principles and theories of stock plan administration and executive compensation.
    • Strong Knowledge of global legal regulations affecting stock plans and administration and executive compensation.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft office including PowerPoint and Access.
    • Advanced analytical skillset in Excel with eye for detail and accuracy.
    • Highly organized with the ability to prioritize multiple functions and tasks while managing their work time efficiently.
    • Recognizes opportunities to provide guidance and share expertise with team members.
    • Takes ownership and accountability of tasks to drive results and improve efficiency and effectiveness.
    • Solution orientated with the drive to foresee problems and prevent them from occurring.
    • Strong vendor management and customer support orientation.
    • Ability to learn quickly in a fast paced, ever changing environment.
    • Ability to develop and guide constructive and collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Ability to exercise judgement in selecting methods, techniques and evaluating criteria for obtaining results.


    • Bachelor's degree required, preferably in Human Resources, Finance, Accounting, Business or a Related Field.
    • Master's degree a plus.
    • High School Diploma/GED required.
    • CEP preferred.
    • 8+ years’ experience in Executive Compensation and Stock Plan Administration at a publicly traded, global organization.
    • Global experience in the technology industry preferred.
$96,800 - $165,550 a year
The following information is required by pay transparency legislation in the following states: CA, CO, HI, NY, and WA. This information applies only to individuals working in these states. 

• The anticipated starting pay range of Colorado applicants for this role is:
$96,800- $142,010
• The anticipated starting pay range for the states of Hawaii and New York (not including NYC) is: $103,100 - $151,140
• The anticipated starting pay range of California, Washington state and New York City applicants for this role is: $112,900 - $165,550

Unless already included in the posted pay range and based on eligibility, the role may include variable compensation in the form of bonus, commissions, or other discretionary payments. These discretionary payments are based on company and/or individual performance and may change at any time. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, licenses and certifications, and specific work location. Information on benefits offered is here.