Responsible for overall governance of in-house compensation model including data accuracy, improving and expanding standardized reporting as well as analytics and assumption reviews across all lines of business
Contribute to strategic reviews of compensation programs
Lead process improvements including data management as well as the enhancement/future state design and development of planning systems, processes and reporting
Work with the accounting teams to ensure integrity and relevance of management accounts related to compensation areas
Coordinate and oversee global legal entity forecasting process across business FP&A, tax and accounting teams
Responsible for innovation, automation and technology enablement initiatives across corporate and business FP&A teams
Participate in special projects including the upcoming Finance Transformation as assigned by Finance management
Ensure close coordination across several different lines of business, HR, technology and finance stakeholders
Create executive presentations used for business and financial updates to both the senior management team and key business partners across MCO
Scope/Supervision and Interaction
Broad interaction with finance, business and shared services stakeholders across levels and divisions
Manage team of on- and off-shore resources to deliver on stated objectives
Make decisions appropriate for level of responsibility, raises concerns to the appropriate level of management and keeps management informed of activities
Present management with the recommendations for resolving key and complex issues.
Undergraduate degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or other business discipline
MBA, CPA, graduate degree and/or other relevant professional qualification a plus
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