About the Role
As a Consultant your key responsibilities will involve :
Provision of Executive Compensation consulting; including supporting private companies as they design compensation structures specific to the challenges they face and to companies preparing for IPO prior to listing.
Becoming an important contact for the client.
Supporting and project managing client engagements involving assessing business challenge and designing solutions and managing the RFP process with the client, Procurement and Legal.
Execution / client delivery of high calibre professional advice including client reports.
Developing and training early career team members on execution / client delivery.
Technical knowledge on Executive Compensation. To include UK corporate governance on Executive Compensation, incentive design including selection of performance measures, performance calibration, equity plan valuations, benchmarking and ideally financial services regulation.
Responsible for working in accordance with the Aon UK Limited Risk Management Framework, and compliance with the Aon UK Limited policies, including participation in the management of risks (including completion of mandatory training) that may adversely affect the business, interests or reputation of any Group Company.
As a Consultant your skills and qualifications will ideally include :
A proven track record of acting as a remuneration consultant.
Strong interpersonal skills building and managing client relationships
Collegiate team player and proven experience of mentoring a team, committed to working with and developing team members.
Good communication skills both written and face-to-face, ability to simplify and summarise complex information based on client needs.
Able to manage stakeholder requirements and expectations.
Strong communications skills (both verbal and written).
Ability to prioritise tasks and manage multiple initiatives.
Articulate with clients and staff providing practical context when communicating technical knowledge of Executive Compensation, including UK Executive Compensation governance, investor relations and legal requirements.
A thorough understanding of remuneration and the issues affecting reward. Incentive design experience, including selection of performance measures and performance calibration.
Ideally (but not essential), an understanding of the financial services remuneration regulations, their background, application and likely future development.
Experience of advising on their application and implementation. This experience may have been gained through an in-house Reward, consulting or legal background.
An interest in at least one of financial services, technology and life sciences sectors, the current challenges and outlook.
Professional qualification (Accountant, Actuary, Legal, CFA, other relevant) and degree level education preferred.