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Reward Partner FTC

Reward Partner FTC

Job ID 
Position Type 
Fixed Term Full-Time
UK-London, Finchley (Global Headquarters)
Human Resources
Pentland Brands

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Building a family of brands, for the world to love, generation after generation


Pentland is the name behind some of the world’s best sports, outdoor and fashion brands.


We own Berghaus, Canterbury of New Zealand, Speedo, Boxfresh, Ellesse, KangaROOS, Mitre, Prostar and Red or Dead. We are also the global licensee for Lacoste Chaussures and Ted Baker footwear, the UK licensee for Kickers, and are shareholders in other companies such as Hunter, Butterfly Twists, Heidi Klein and Tracksmith.


We’re a third-generation, family-owned business – and we retain strong family values. We care about people, and that’s what drives our day-to-day work. This year the Great Place to Work® Institute recognised Pentland Brands the 11th Best Workplace in the UK and the 16th Best Workplace in Europe. Our global headquarters is in the UK and we employ 2,000 people across 20 countries around the world.


We believe that doing business the right way, with respect for people and the environment, is essential for ensuring our long-term sustainability - generation after generation. The Pentland values are at the heart of what we do and how we interact with the world around us.


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The key purpose of the role as a Reward Partner:

  • Reporting to the Reward Manager and managing a small team of Benefits administrators.
  • Accountable for compensation and benefits in the UK, however the role will have some international exposure.
  • Designing, implementing and maintaining compensation and benefits programmes, developing policies and managing third party providers, and communicating benefits to stakeholders within the company.
  • Managing the global Annual Salary & Bonus review process in conjunction with the Reward Manager.
  • Managing global mobility delivery in conjunction with the Reward Manager.


  • Review the benefits package to ensure it remains externally competitive.
  • Co-ordinate the management and renewal of UK benefits, with the support of the Benefits broker and providers.
  • Support the Reward team with benefits administration in the HR system.
  • Update reward policies to ensure compliance and fairness.
  • Co-ordinate salary sacrifice documentation with support from the Reward and HR Teams.
  • Prepare the annual Long Service Awards with the Chairman’s office.


Annual Salary & Bonus Review

  • Assist the Reward Manager with the global annual salary and bonus review process.
  • Develop exception reports for Exec sign-off; including overall cost summaries and analysis.
  • Co-ordinate the HR teams in compiling templates and letters for all employees.
  • Support the HRIS and Payroll teams with the input of data.
  • Prepare documents in relation to the Exec LTIP.

Global Mobility

  • Work with the Reward Manager to manage international assignments in line with the Global Mobility policy.
  • Co-ordinate the tax return process with the company’s tax advice provider.
  • Liaise with our immigration partner with visa queries and immigration advice.
  • Provide relocation support to the business and partner with our relocation experts as required.
  • Partner effectively with our international colleagues.

Team Management

  • Lead the benefits administration team ensuring processes are efficient high data integrity is maintained.
  • Ensure the HR systems are kept up to date and can be used for accurate reporting and monitoring

Key stakeholders

  • Point of contact for the Reward broker and/or Account Managers for any company related queries.  
  • Maintain strong relationships with our reward suppliers.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with the Payroll team, HR Services team and the wider HR community, including the PCL joint venture company,  to ensure a first class service is maintained to our internal customers.



                         What you need to have


  • CIPD qualified or equivalent.
  • Management experience desirable.
  • Experience of delivering projects against specific timelines.
  • The ability to work in a fast paced, ambitious and dynamic environment.
  • Proven interpersonal communication and influencing skills.
  • Knowledge of French and German company and state benefits would be useful.


                    What we need to see in you


  • An analytical thinker who enjoys working with data and can do so unsupervised.
  • Confident with Microsoft Office (including advanced Excel).
  • Strongly attentive to detail.
  • Committed to achieving targets.
  • Organised, pro-active, mutli-tasker.



 This overview gives you a feel for what you’ll be doing day to day but it’s not an A to Z.