Associate Director, Executive Compensation Governance

in Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Associate Director, Executive Compensation Governance Job

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    Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418, US

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CAF77: CCS - CIB 13995 Pasteur Blvd , Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33418 USAThis role reports to the Sr. Director, Executive Compensation Governance and is responsible for providing executive compensation governance. The ideal candidate has 7+ years of executive compensation experience, including development and preparation of proxy and board materials, Executive compensation deign/structure, and policy management. This is a business focused, management facing role, and requires strong customer service, business judgment, analytical, organizational, and communication skills.
Specific responsibilities include:
  • Support the design, development, and implementation of executive compensation programs and policies.
  • Act as subject matter expert regarding emerging / evolving external market trends in executive and director compensation that impact the design and disclosure of executive programs, including corporate governance, legislative / regulatory landscape, proxy advisor policies, and investor issues.
  • Support the review of executive and director program effectiveness, and modeling potential program changes.
  • Ensure executive compensation program compliance with internal and external governance / regulatory / reporting requirements.
  • Perform industry research and financial analyses related to compensation strategy and design, utilizing external peer data from surveys, proxy disclosures and other resources to determine market best practices.
  • Collaborate on the development of materials for Carrier's Compensation Committee and manage the process and timeline for Committee meeting preparation.
  • Work closely with Corporate Secretary's office on required regulatory filings, including managing and developing Carrier's annual proxy statement, leading development of compensation-specific elements such as the CD&A and proxy tables, and ensuring necessary documentation to support internal audit / review.
  • Partner with Finance on the development and communication of financial performance measures as they relate to executive programs, and support ongoing monitoring / measurement.
  • Collaborate with the Equity Programs lead on financial analysis of potential design changes, equity plan shareowner proposals, program communication, and associated reporting and compliance.
  • Manage / direct the work of external vendors / consultants, as necessary.
  • Serve as an executive compensation resource for Carrier's M&A due diligence and integration activities (i.e., equity compensation treatment, IRC 280G implications, design and development of retention programs, etc.).
  • Support ongoing communication of Carrier's executive compensation programs and policies.
  • Act as project manager for other special projects related to areas of responsibilities.
Job requirements:
  • BS in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Human Resources, or related fields. MBA preferred.
  • 7+ years of professional experience in the area of executive compensation and HR M&A.
  • Executive compensation consulting experience / public company headquarters experience.
  • Compensation benchmarking, job leveling, annual incentive and equity-based compensation plan design.
  • Understanding equity accounting valuation mechanics (ASC 718).
  • Knowledge of technical SEC proxy disclosure rules and M&A securities filing requirements.
  • Other executive compensation-related regulations (i.e., 280G, 409A, etc.).
  • Financial modeling and accounting principles.
  • Expert-level skills in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word; familiarity with ISS, Equilar and S&P's CapIQ database.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, capacity to prioritize process and execution of multiple projects across numerous stakeholders, and a high-level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Deep technical understanding of corporate finance/accounting and securities filing requirements, as well as strong math / financial, analytic and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Solid interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate and work well with others.
  • Integrity and ethics in handling of confidential Company information.


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