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Director
Compensation, Remote
Posted on 6/30/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
United States
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
HTML/CSS
Leadership
Management
.NET
Requirements
  • 10+ years experience in compensation leading program design and administration
  • Leadership & People Management experience required
  • CCP certification a plus
  • Proven problem-solving skills with the ability to think strategically, analytically, and creatively
  • Experience driving large scale projects, programs, and change efforts
  • Organizational agility and ability to deal with ambiguity and adapt to change rapidly in response to business conditions
  • Flexible and comfortable to roll-up your sleeves, used to being hands-on
  • Can create effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders; consultative and collaborative style that allows for influence without authority
Responsibilities
  • Collaborate and build partnerships with key stakeholders on the creation, execution, communication, and education of Guild's compensation policies and programs
  • Drive critical compensation initiatives, often leading cross-organizational project teams, which may include evolution of compensation planning/review process, education for managers and employees, design of compensation changes, and other related initiatives
  • Partner cross-organizationally within Guild's People team and provide guidance to the Talent Acquisition and Business Partners, as well as business leaders
  • Help lead compensation and equity plan design and administration
  • Manage annual rewards cycles including merit, bonus, and promotion reviews; conduct merit budget and market analysis working with finance partners to establish final merit budget; conducts appropriate modeling including the creation of merit matrices
  • Ensure competitive compensation to acquire and retain talent; develop and maintain keen market insights across all levels of employees, including Executives
  • Recommend updates to the salary ranges as necessary and identifies opportunities for streamlining the ranges and processes as appropriate
  • Handle day to day issues and escalations, as appropriate
Guild Education

501-1,000 employees

Education and upskilling platform
Company Overview
Guild is on a mission to unlock opportunity for America's workforce through education.
Benefits
  • Be an owner - Every employee is granted equity in Guild with a 4-year vesting schedule as well as a 401(k).
  • Prioritize your time - We offer generous parental leave, PTO, and onsite daycare for Denver-based employees
  • Have a learner's mindset - Guild offers student loan reimbursement, 100% tuition assistance for your first bachelor’s degree, and $10K/year toward additional education.
  • Take care of yourself - Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision plans because we care about the health and well-being of all Guild employees.
Company Values
  • Nurture a Learner’s Mindset - We are fueled by curiosity, consciously seeking to make ourselves, each other, and the work continuously better.
  • Create Belonging - We believe that belonging is essential to business. We are cultivating a community rooted in diversity and respect with heart and commitment, that’s in service of both our culture and all of our stakeholders.
  • Build Shared Success - At Guild, success is not a zero sum game. We strive for the win-wins in both our work and in our impact, knowing we deliver the best outcome when we collaborate together and assume positive intent from all.
  • Be an Owner - We each own a piece of Guild – as owners, we take responsibility today and always for our voices, actions and long term impact.