Become a Remuneration Analyst
You are a curious, open, and adventurous type? You have some experience in HR, administration, development or related fields, as well as an affinity for data? You have a research-focussed, analytic mind and a knack for digging deep into a given problem to find answers to a question? You do not mind “roughing it” on short-term assignments in interesting locations around the world, but are at the same time confident to meet professionally with a variety of officials and interlocutors on various levels?
Then you might be the ideal field researcher and remuneration analyst. Read on!
To find information on the recruitement process (in Norwegian) click here
To apply to go on a field mission as a Remuneration Analyst click here
Terms of Reference – Remuneration Analyst
Type of assignment: Fixed-term, full-time equivalent field position.
Duration of assignment: Standard 8 weeks (depending on the complexity of the assignment).
Description: Conduct a salary survey in requested location(s) according to specification.
- Present the process of the salary study to all coordination teams, ensuring confidentiality and impartiality.
- Select relevant benchmarking positions for the study with the support from the HR teams and supervisor.
- Select comparator employers for each benchmarking location with the support from the Field Coordination teams and supervisor.
- Issue invitations to these employers, including introduction and explanation of study.
- Schedule interviews with these employers.
- Regular updates to the stakeholders.
Analysis and Reporting
- Collect primary compensation and benefits data from comparators according to proven MSF methodology.
- Ensure the minimum number of employers are interviewed and complete data is collected.
- Ensure consistent and appropriate inclusion of both quantitative and qualitative data in the database.
- Ensure results are well recorded for future reference.
- Conduct in-depth research of local labour markets to obtain secondary data (including official labour statistics, labour laws and regulations, Cost-of-Living indexation rate and period, poverty line and living wage data, etc.)
- Analyze collected primary and secondary data with the support of the line manager.
- Write the final internal report before departure from the field, following the MSF Benchmarking Tool Kit model.
- Write a comprehensive public version of the final report and send to the participants in the study.
- Knowledge/experience in HR and remuneration (salaries and benefits), MSF experience an asset.
- Good analytical skills, at ease with figures and economic data.
- Proficiency in MS Excel and Word.
- Flexibility to travel.
- Ability to work efficiently and independently, time management.
- Fluency in English mandatory, French and Spanish highly desirable.
For further information please contact us.