Reward Consultant
Hargreaves Lansdown
5d ago

Our mission is to 'help people save and invest with confidence'. We are looking for great people to join us, so please come and invest in YOUR future at HL.

REPORTING INTO : Senior Reward Manager

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PATH : Managing or Specialising

Summary :

As a member of the performance & reward team, this role will lead key complex technical based activities within the reward annual cycle, using analytical skills, knowledge and insight to meet legislative and regulatory pay reporting requirements.

Role Accountabilities :

Plan and lead complex technical reward activities within the annual pay cycle

Provide advice, recommendations and expertise for compensation plan design and roll-out

Provide detailed insight and analysis to key annual reward related activities, influencing reward strategy, policy and procedures

Plan and deliver performance and reward MI requirements

Lead activities relating to legislative and regulatory pay reporting requirements, including required regulatory tracking

Implement system (Workday) changes and processes as required, including roll-out to business / HR users

Provide technical advice / solutions to compensation, equity and executive matters

Provide insight and advice to support continuous improvement and management within risk and controls framework

Work with external providers to provide market data and trends that inform the annual cycle.

Experience / Skills :

Recent and proven experience (ideally 2-4 years) in a HR Consultant / Senior Advisor / Analyst role, preferably reward focused

Ability to manage and prioritise conflicting projects and tasks in a fast-paced environment

Advanced Excel skills including knowledge and use of : vlookups, pivot tables, IF statements

Experience of working with large sets of data (1000s) and applying manipulation techniques

Ability to analyse, interpret and summarise succinctly to senior stakeholders and clients

Experience of using a HRIS

Ability to use careful judgement, utilise differing perspectives, resolve complicated issues.

Desirable :

Educated to degree level, preferably a bachelor science degree.

HR / Reward related qualification (e.g. CIPD).

Knowledge, use and understanding of Excel VBA (macro coding).


  • Performance-related annual bonus scheme
  • 25* days holiday, plus 8 bank holidays, plus 1 day additional Christmas closure time
  • Option to purchase up to an additional 5 days holiday each year
  • Pension scheme - up to 19% contribution
  • Flexible working options available
  • Enhanced parental leave benefits
  • Variety of travel to work schemes, including season ticket loans and cycle to work
  • Bike storage and shower facilities
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Annual events, activities and sports groups
  • Smart casual dress policy and dress down Fridays
  • We know that sometimes the 'perfect candidate' doesn't exist, and that people can be put off applying for a job if they don't tick every box.

    If you're excited about working for us, and have most of the skills or experience we're looking for, please go ahead and apply.

    You could be just what we need!

    Hargreaves Lansdown is an inclusive employer that values diversity in its workforce. We encourage applications from all individuals without regard to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age.

    This role may also be available on a flexible working or part time basis please ask the Talent Acquisition team for more information.

    Please note, we are unable to provide employment sponsorship to candidates.

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