At Optivo, we’re about more than just bricks and mortar – we’re about building communities. We’ve over 45,000 homes across London, the South East and the Midlands, providing 90,000 people somewhere affordable to call their own. We employ over 1,400 people and we’re part of the G15 group of London’s largest Housing Associations. We’re built on talent and our people are at the heart of our success. We work hard to be an inclusive and diverse organisation and we’re always looking for committed people to join us. Our culture is really important to us and so is providing great services. We do this by investing in our people and their development. You can look forward to a rewarding job and making a real difference to our residents.
We are now recruiting for a brand new role and recruiting our Reward Lead. This is a key post for us, as you will contribute to the development of our Total Reward Strategy to ensure it reflects both our organisational drivers and external market factors. We’re on a mission to be evidence-based and data-driven in all our decision making and this is a really exciting time to join our People Team as we look to develop and enhance our employment offer in a post-pandemic world.
As Reward Lead you will :
- Lead on the annual salary and bonus review cycle
- Manage our total reward approach ensuring the consistent application of reward and benefits policies and processes
- Provide advice and guidance on all aspects of compensation and benefits
- Manage external relationships with reward specialists and survey providers
- Utilise your deep understanding of a variety of job evaluation methodologies and compensation frameworks
- Seek opportunities to continuously improve all reward and benefit-related activities, regularly scanning the market for change and trends.
So, if you’ve got well developed knowledge of compensation and benefits frameworks, and have experience of developing a total reward strategy, join Optivo as our Reward Lead.
Flexible and hybrid working arrangements available – our interest is in the work you do, not where you do it.