Reward Analyst

Position Summary :

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services to middle market leaders, globally. With around 3,500 partners and staff in the UK and access to more than 37,500 people in over 110 countries, they can meet our client needs wherever in the world they operate.
Your role will be to provide management and administration for all reward activities within this large professional services organisation.

Location : London

Contract : Permanent

Salary : tbc

The National Reward Analyst will be responsible for all aspects of benefits and rewards, including:

  • Advising on the latest reward trends and initiatives
  • Carrying out data research and presenting benchmarking data on salary and benefits
  • Assisting HR with the design of pay, benefits and incentive schemes to ensure market competitiveness
  • Supporting the reward cycle including new pay frameworks
  • Conducting gender pay reporting
  • Supporting HR teams with reward queries and resolving any problems
  • Leading on projects to develop and implement reward solutions that support business objectives


  • Previous experience of working in Reward as a Reward Analyst/Specialist, ideally within a professional services organisation
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills to manage and manipulate large data sets
  • Ability to make recommendations/develop business cases for improvements or changes based on data analysis
  • Experience delivering initiatives including: Pay Review, Equal Pay audits, salary surveys, benchmarking and pay ranges, incentive schemes, information management
  • Sound knowledge of pay and benefits trends and issues in the UK and related legislation and practice
  • Knowledge and experience of using personnel administrative systems
  • Ability to interact confidently with HR Managers and the wider team
  • MS Office; specifically Excel – advanced level, PowerPoint
  • Project management skills; strong planning and organisational skills; ability to work to tight deadlines and manage conflicting priorities