Senior Benefits Analyst - EMEA - London - 14164BR

The Role / Responsibilities:

  • The Sr. Benefits Analyst is responsible for managing at times and assisting with the administration of the organization’s benefit plans.
  • The position involves a detailed working knowledge of benefits, policies, and procedures and the ability to review complex analytics to resolve employee and vendor issues, and manage processes to completion.
  • This position engages with third party vendors, payroll and legal.
  • Assist and oversee day to day administration of various employee benefit programs in EMEA
  • Oversee the annual benefit cycle; support Benefits Analyst throughout the process.
  • Identify and implement benefits administration process improvement as identified
  • Assist Benefits Analyst with more complex benefits issues (as escalated by Benefits Analyst or other stakeholders)
  • Carry out reviews of vendor invoices as required; processes vendor invoices (monthly, quarterly and annual) for prompt payment
  • Work with Benefits team, HR colleagues and other internal and external parties to enhance understanding of benefits proposition in order to attract and retain talent;
  • Develop and review benefits communications strategy including new hire orientation materials, ongoing employee communications and annual enrolment communications.
  • Review and comment on the company’s benefit plans, policies, and procedures to ensure legal compliance with government regulations, including legislation such as GDPR.
  • Create, implement and document benefits processes
  • Ensure accuracy of external benefits database
  • Create, review and maintain benefit plan documents and summary plan descriptions held on company intranet
  • Assist with various projects including design and implementation of benefit programs across EMEA
  • Assist with annual renewal of benefits contracts;
  • Build strong relationship with internal stakeholders including HR, Legal, Procurement.
  • Managing sensitive employee data in compliance with PII requirements.
  • Managing sensitive employee data in compliance with PII requirements.
  • Help with renewal of contracts
  • Support Leave Policy program
  • Support Long Term Disability program in UK (UK)
  • Support the team with implementation of any new benefits / changes to current benefit programs in EMEA
The Department / Team:
The Compensation and Benefits team is responsible for handling issues related to compensation, salary planning & benchmarking, and benefits. The team partners with Human Resources Business Partners and the Talent Acquisition team to extend our presence and support in the region. The team provides advisory and specialist knowledge to our clients in the region and serves as an internal consultant for the Business Partners and Talent Acquisition teams based on local market trends, best practice and legislation.



  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent in business administration, human resources, or related field
  • Accomplished experience working in employee benefits.
  • Strong knowledge of EMEA legislation related to benefits administration and coordination with payroll.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret policy and procedural questions, draw conclusions, and make effective recommendations.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
  • Strong customer service and communication skills.

Key Skills and Competencies

  • Ability to work with multiple deadlines.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Good interpersonal, communication, and process management skills.
  • Strong organizational, critical thinking, analytical, and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work with ambiguity and complexity.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel as well as other benefits technologies used by the organization.

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