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Director Compensation, Benefits & HRIS

Rogers Corporation Chandler Full-Time
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Who We Are and What We Are All About: Join global leaders in engineered materials to power, protect and connect our world with Rogers Corporation. At Rogers Corporation, we’re changing how the world uses technology. We develop innovative specialty materials and components that enable technology in a wide array of high-growth markets. Our customers demand high performance and reliability, so we are always looking for people who enjoy a challenge, make things happen and get results. Integrity is at the heart of how we work. We excel at building enduring relationships that foster trust between our colleagues and our business partners. We work creatively and cross-functionally, making a rewarding environment. To grow with a global, results-oriented company, explore our latest job listings.
Summary/Objective: The Director of Compensation, Benefits & Human Resource Information Systems (“HRIS”) is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of the company’s compensation, benefits and HRIS programs. Working with business unit leaders and functional experts, they will serve as a global leader and internal resource in global compensation, benefits & HRIS matters. This position will report to the Chief Human Resources Officer.
Essential Functions:
  1. Responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of the company’s Compensation, Benefits and HRIS programs. Ensure programs are current and competitive with regards to trends, practices and costs. Collaborate with HR leaders to create and develop global strategies ensuring external competitiveness, internal equity and cost management on an ongoing basis with timely and relevant information. Partner with corporate resources (e.g. legal, finance, tax, operations, etc.) and at all organizational and geographic locations within the organization to deliver timely, targeted, cost effective and coordinated compensation, benefit and system solutions. Provide consultation and support for global compensation, benefit and system decisions that improve management decision-making. Identify and escalate legal, compliance and tax risk associated with global compensation and benefits program design and administration. Lead and/or participate in assigned initiatives identified annually through business planning that support the long-term global benefits strategy. (25%)
  2. Thorough knowledge of compensation programs and responsibility over incentive, stock plan and bonus plan design, development and administration. Develop and implement salary structure and administrative guidelines in accordance with compensation policy. Analyze organizational pay practices and makes recommendations for salary changes to ensure equity. Analyze company compensation policies in relation to government wage and hour regulations, prevailing rates for similar jobs in comparable industries or geographic areas, and recommends changes as appropriate to establish and maintain competitive rates. Lead the global compensation review process annually to ensure communication is concise, and the process occurs flawlessly. Responsible for effective relationships with external vendors/consultants and manage them to deliver timely, targeted and cost effective compensation solutions. Direct preparation of job descriptions for positions in organization. Conduct job analysis to determine appropriate salary level according to compensation. Lead the global compensation review process annually to ensure communication is concise, and the process occurs flawlessly. Identify and escalate legal, compliance and tax risk associated with global compensation and benefits program design and administration. Lead and/or participate in assigned initiatives identified annually through business planning that support the long-term global benefits strategy. (25%)
  3. Thorough knowledge of benefit administration, particularly in the areas of design and development of legally compliant benefit plans. Plan and direct implementation and administration of employee benefit programs such as health insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, workers compensation, employee assistance, retirement, and other plans. Responsible for the survey and benchmark data on Rogers’s benefits programs. Responsible for effective relationships with external vendors/consultants and manage them to deliver timely, targeted and cost effective benefits solutions. Negotiate and contract with benefit plan providers, vendors, auditors, and consultants for services, premiums, and plan administration. Oversee the process for annual vendor renewals. Identify and manage clearly defined roles and accountabilities domestically and globally. Recommend benefit plan changes to management. Audit benefit plans for compliance with government regulations. Maintain a working knowledge of federal and state legislation influencing benefits. Negotiate coverage, services, and costs with benefit carriers and brokers. Assure compliance with all legal requirements of various employee benefit programs and prepares and files required legal reports. (25%)
  4. HRIS: Responsible for the organizations Human Resources Information System, ensuring data integrity, while leveraging technology to optimize internal processes and programs. Collaborate with Corporate IT to provide direction and support for all HRIS systems. Analyze business requirements and determine requirements to meet data management needs. Responsible for the standardization of HRIS processes. Provide subject matter expertise and participate on intercompany initiatives and process changes that may impact compensation and benefit programs and HRIS systems. Coordinate transfer of data to external vendors, plan providers, auditors, and consultants. Proactively work with internal and external audit to ensure strict adherence of HRIS policies and procedures in accord with Sarbanes Oxley. (25%)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Required Education and Experience:
  • BA/BS HR or related degree
  • 10+ years professional Compensation, Benefits and HRIS experience
  • Minimum of 7 years specializing on global compensation and benefits is required
  • Executive compensation and benefits experience
  • Successfully managed compensation, benefits and HRIS teams
Required Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong negotiation, consulting, and relationship management skills
  • High level of analytical skills
  • Problem identification, research and resolution capabilities
  • Effective in multiple and diverse cultures
  • Ability to travel 20% of the time
Preferred Education and Experience:
  • 15+ more years for relevant experience
  • 10+ years with global functional experience
  • MBA
  • Manufacturing experience a plus
Why work for Rogers With an outstanding work environment, vast developmental opportunities, and a top-notch benefit package, we empower employees with a culture of excellence. Come join a winning team!
Rogers Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals, as well as other protected groups.
How You Can Apply for this Position Visit us at: www.rogerscorp.com/careers to apply!
About Rogers Corporation: Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG) is a global leader in engineered materials to power, protect and connect our world. With more than 180 years of materials science and engineering experience, Rogers delivers high performance solutions that enable Advanced Connectivity and Advanced Mobility, as well as other technologies where reliability is critical. Rogers delivers Power Electronics Solutions for energy-efficient motor drives, vehicle electrification and alternative energy; Elastomeric Materials Solutions for sealing, vibration management, and impact protection in mobile devices, transportation interiors, industrial equipment and performance apparel; and Advanced Connectivity Solutions for wireless infrastructure, automotive safety and radar systems. Headquartered in Arizona (USA), Rogers operates manufacturing facilities in the United States, China, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, and South Korea, with joint ventures and sales offices worldwide. For more information, visit www.rogerscorp.com.

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