Director, Compensation

Job Locations US-TX-Irving
Posted Date 5 months ago(7/5/2020 5:11 PM)
ID
2020-94830
Function
Human Resources

Overview

Who we are

Imagine working in a place where continuous improvement and innovation is celebrated and rewarded; where fast-paced, high-impact teams come together to positively drive results for one of the largest & most iconic brands in the world.

 

As the only rapidly growing retailer, you may know us as your friendly neighborhood store. You probably know our familiar name, have seen our pervasive logo, and have tried our highly sought-after products, such as Slurpee® and Big Bite®.  “Brain Freeze” is a 7-Eleven registered trademark for our 54-year old Slurpee® and with over 71,100 stores globally (more than any other retailer or food service provider), we sell over 14 million a month.

 

But there’s a lot more to our story and much more left to be written.  We are transforming our business, ensuring we are customer obsessed and digitally enabled to seamlessly link our brick and mortar stores with digital products and services. 

 

At 7-Eleven the entrepreneurial spirit is in our DNA and has been ever since our inception 90+ years ago. It’s what drove us to invent the convenience industry in 1927 by envisioning how a simple ice dock could provide household staples such as milk and eggs to better serve the needs of our customers.

 

Today we are redefining convenience and the customer experience in big ways...we are fundamentally changing our culture and we want talented, innovative, customer obsessed, and entrepreneurial people like you to come make history with us

 

How we lead

At 7-Eleven we are guided by our Leadership Principles.

  1. Be Customer Obsessed
  2. Be Courageous with Your Point of View
  3. Challenge the Status Quo
  4. Act Like an Entrepreneur
  5. Have an “It Can Be Done” Attitude
  6. Do the Right Thing
  7. Be Accountable

Each principle has a defined set of behaviors which help guide the 7-Eleven team to Serve Customers and Support Stores.

 

About This Opportunity

Responsibilities

The Director, Compensation is responsible for the overall design, implementation, communication and administration of 7-Eleven's compensation programs. This role partners with HR Business Partners and Business Leaders to ensure programs and initiatives meet functions' short and long-term needs. This position serves as the subject matter expert on functional and enterprise-wide initiatives, providing consulting and leadership required to deliver business solutions.

 

  • Plan and direct the design, implementation, administration and communication of compensation programs, policies/guidelines and processes for all levels of employees.
  • Ensure internal equity, external market competitiveness and cost effectiveness of programs. 
  • Ensure programs and policies comply with all state, federal and local laws.
  • Conduct ongoing audits to identify areas for improvement in the effectiveness and efficiency of the compensation function. 
  • Evaluate processes and procedures for improvement, including automation and system programming.
  • Manage, coach and counsel, and develop staff, establish priorities, delegate responsibilities, and identify resources. 
  • Ensure the progress of the team against established objectives, budget, time-line, deliverables and quality standards.
  • Serve as subject matter expert, providing advice and guidance to HR Business Partners and Business Leaders on compensation matters.
  • Builds, improves and maintains compensation infrastructure - job codes, job families, salary structure, pay guidelines, etc.

Qualifications

 

  • Education: Bachelors/4 year degree.
  • Experience: 10 years, HR/Compensation (including Executive Compensation)/Finance.
  • Proven analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong financial acumen and excellent communication skills with the ability to generate and deliver presentations to leadership team.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and thoroughness and high attention to detail.

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