Manager - Executive Compensation Services
Department: Executive Compensation Services
Vacancy Type: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week
At Intertrust Group, a CSC Company, we provide practical and cutting-edge solutions for running our clients’ employee incentive programmes for maximum impact. We provide a full range of incentive services tailored to our client’s needs, from employee benefit trusts and pension arrangements to complex fund deferrals, share plans, and carried interest plans. Companies are transforming faster than ever before and, for mutual success, every type of organisation and the interests of both the organisation and its employees needs to be aligned.
The Executive Compensation Services division is a market-leading, diverse, and rapidly growing team within Intertrust providing a variety of employee incentive services to clients in a broad range of industries. The division services some of the most reputable financial and non-financial services clients globally, whilst also working with entrepreneurial firms and some of the oldest and most employee-focused companies in the world.
We want to develop future leaders and our highly experienced department is looking to recruit ambitious and forward-thinking individuals with a strong background in trust and/or incentive structures. We are looking for an individual with experience in managing and mentoring others, who wants a career that is challenging and offers an opportunity to specialise in this growing area.
As a manager, you will have the opportunity to build relationships with several our key clients and support a growing team, developing and mentoring team members. You will be committed and driven towards achieving excellence for you and your clients in addition to being proactive and forward-thinking. Your role will be focused on providing the team members with managerial and technical support, whilst helping to grow and support our team’s new business. This is a key role with significant opportunity for career growth for the right candidate looking to bring their experience to a dynamic team.
Some of the things you'll be doing:
- Collaborate with your team to manage a diverse portfolio of employee benefit trusts, demonstrate an understanding of tasks, and at all times following internal policies and procedures
- Provide technical support to a team of EBT administrators showing strong trust experience, an advanced understanding of legal principles, and strong commercial acumen
- To work independently and use your own initiative, lead on client transactions, and liaise with relevant third-party advisors and business partners
- Be approachable and accessible to all team members, offering guidance and development when required and assist in any training needs
- Take care of, and establish good relationships with all team members, clients, business partners, and contacts in the wider office
- Communicate openly and honestly with clients on a regular basis
- Review and manage the workload of team administrators daily reporting upwards to senior management
- Lead appraisals and monthly objective meetings and mentor junior staff members
- Pro-actively take on additional responsibilities and administration tasks as required and assist team members to enhance knowledge on a variety of clients within the team as and when requested
- Assist in the management of the financial affairs of the team, including budgeting, monitoring against performance, review of staff time charging, preparation of quotations for potential and existing clients, and billing
- Contribute to the department's strategy for growth and participate actively in team and management strategy sessions
What technical skills, experience, and qualifications do you need?
- Hold a professional qualification e.g. ACA/ACCA/CGI/STEP
- Experience in employment-related reward structures, such as share plans, nominee arrangements, and corporate savings and pension plans would be preferable however, we will consider individuals with a strong trustee background
- Committed and driven to achieving excellence for themselves, their clients and the team
- Strong communication skills and the ability to establish and maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders
- Ability to work effectively and lead a team
- Strong academic background
- Knowledge of local legislation/corporate governance
- Proactive in keeping up-to-date awareness of current industry issues
- A desire to learn and ambition to grow their role with Intertrust, becoming an expert in incentive schemes and sharing that knowledge with your team
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Disclaimer: The information above describes the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this role. It is not intended to describe all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications.
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