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Sr Mgr, Equity Compensation

General information

Location:

Lowell - Massachusetts - USA, Massachusetts - Massachusetts - Remote, USA - USA - Remote, Weston - Florida - USA

Ref #:

20220023036

Description & Requirements

Description

An exciting opportunity to join a high-performance Human Resources / Global Compensation team located either at our North headquarters in the Crosspoint facility in Lowell, Massachusetts or South headquarters in Weston, FL. with remote work flexibility. The Senior Manager, Equity Compensation will provide operational leadership for our global equity compensation programs.

Responsibilities

• Oversee and lead the management and administration of the company’s global equity compensation programs including both Stock Options and Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) for all levels of employees.
• Manage the ongoing and cyclical stock administration processes including, but not limited to, new grants, stock option exercises, RSU vesting, and terminations and forfeitures.
• Manage all regular and ad hoc stock reporting including the company’s cap table and equity related cash forecasting. Prepare Board and Committee materials regarding equity grants and related exhibits.
• Lead and manage the employee liquidity programs and tender offer events.
• Collaborate and closely partner with key cross-functional stakeholders in HR, Legal, Accounting, Tax, Treasury, and local and international Payroll to ensure accurate and timely end-to-end equity program management and administration.
• Enhance the equity compensation administration function, including improvements in process and optimizing the equity administration system for scalability.
• Manage the relationship with our equity systems vendor and work closely to ensure the system and services provided support the best possible employee experience.
• Improve the employee understanding of equity awards programs and their value through a comprehensive communication and education program partnering with our communications and training teams.
• Support the planning and execution of other global equity compensation projects and programs.

Qualifications

• Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Business Management, Economics, Human Resources Management, or other relevant field, or equivalent work experience
• 7+ years of progressive experience in compensation / equity administration reflecting increasing levels of responsibility and subject matter expertise, including at least 2 years of people management experience.
• Strong working knowledge of equity / stock compensation plans in a multinational private or public company. High technology industry experience preferred.
• Experience with U.S. federal and state taxation relating to equity compensation and general knowledge of global taxation of equity compensation.
• Experience with major equity administration platforms, and ideally Global Shares.
• CEP (Certified Equity Professional) designation preferred
• Capable of influencing and developing strong cross-functional working relationships with groups such as finance, legal, payroll, as well as external partners.
• Strong project management and planning skills including the ability to lead, plan, organize and resource complex programs understanding intersection points and dependencies.
• High attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks under strict deadlines, and work in a fast-paced, team environment.
• Strong critical thinking skills with the demonstrated ability to dissect and identify core questions/issues and then apply creative problem-solving skills.
• Demonstrated ability to lead, manage and inspire a team to achieve results.
• Willingness to challenge the status quo and ability to effect change and continuous improvement through process, technology optimization and automation.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate complex concepts in simple terms to various audiences.
• Strong customer service focus and flexibility.
• Manage highly confidential information with professionalism and unquestionable integrity.
• Occasional travel required.

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Corporate overview

Here at UKG, Our Purpose Is People. UKG combines the strength and innovation of Ultimate Software and Kronos, uniting two award-winning, employee-centered cultures. Our employees are an extraordinary group of talented, energetic, and innovative people who care about more than just work. We strive to create a culture of belonging and an employee experience that empowers our people. UKG has more than 13,000 employees around the globe and is known for its inclusive workplace culture. Ready to be inspired? Learn more at www.ukg.com/careers

EEO Statement

Equal Opportunity Employer

Ultimate Kronos Group is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive considerations for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, veteran status, and any other legally protected status under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. 


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Disability Accommodation

For individuals with disabilities that need additional assistance at any point in the application and interview process, please email UKGCareers@ukg.com or please call 1 (978) 250 9800.

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