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Energizer Analyst, Total Rewards Stock Plan Administration in Remote, Missouri

This is Energizer

Energizer Holdings is leading the charge to connect our brands, our people and the products we offer to the world more than anyone else. Together, we’re creating a game plan for the future – one that defines where and how we’ll play, and what it takes to win.

Our colleagues hail from all backgrounds, nationalities and walks of life, but our shared values and passion for winning make us one team. Whatever your specialty, you’ll find that excelling at Energizer Holdings provides opportunities to grow in ways you never expected. We support flexible working arrangements wherever possible.

Position Summary

Responsible for supporting the Global Compensation team in analysis and execution of programs and policies related to stock plan administration, compensation support, and administration of other Total Rewards programs including recognition, tuition reimbursement and charitable foundation analytics. Responsible for managing the day-to-day administration of the equity compensation programs, with an eye toward optimizing process.

Universal Competencies

  • Building Relationships

  • Teamwork

  • Passion

  • Change and Innovation

  • Achieving Results

  • Analytical Skills

Accountabilities

  • Execution and administration of long-term incentive equity program, compensation programs support, and compliance related to compensation programs

  • Plan communications preparation for participants, leaders, and HR business partners

  • Administration of other Total Rewards programs such as recognition, tuition reimbursement and charitable foundation analytics, and potential for others as assigned

  • Continue to build knowledge of the company, processes and internal customers

  • Solves problems in straightforward situations; analyze possible solutions using technical experience, judgment and prior precedent

  • Participate in assigned project teams to achieve common goals, while building integrated collaborative relationships with other team members, business partners, and stakeholders

  • Acts as a resource for colleagues with less technical experience

Specific Accountabilities

  • Responsible for equity program administration, working with various stakeholders in HR, Legal, Payroll, Tax and Finance to execute the program, reward key talent, and ensure appropriate governance and compliance

  • Responsible for stock program vendor management, partnership on global budget with HR leadership and Finance to support program nomination and budget tracking

  • Comfort with Excel to perform audits, reconciliations, v-lookups, data edits and calculations with large data sets

  • Administer employee equity incentive plans globally including processing grants, cancellations, exercises and releases (including tax withholding calculations)

  • Prepare grant agreements and coordinate delivery of grant communications; track employee grant acceptance and follow up with employees as needed in online systems

  • Maintain equity plan administration processes and procedures, including updating policies, guidelines, processes and workflows related to timely reporting, financial compliance, governance, participant communication and other necessary documentation

  • Stay current on regulatory, legal and other developments (e.g., SEC, FASB, IRS and non-U.S. tax rules and regulations, expatriates) affecting the treatment of equity-based compensation

  • Partner effectively and proactively with Human Resources, Legal, Payroll and Accounting to anticipate, implement and/or address equity compensation initiatives/matters

  • Ensure compliance with regulations and update plan documentation as needed; assist in coordinating election period, training sessions and other internal communications and respond to participant inquiries

  • Prepare equity reports and assist in the review and reconciliation of equity information and comply with requirements for internal and external auditors.

  • Work with outside service providers, including transfer agent and brokers, to manage restricted stock units; and coordinate with Payroll, and Accounting for proper tax withholding on vesting events

  • Periodic reporting of current and terminated employees stock data to Human Resources, Payroll, and Accounting

  • Generate, analyze and audit internal reports and support systems for equity initiatives, internal reporting, financial disclosures and other reports for high risk and sensitive data

  • Provide support for equity and recognition surveys, internal benchmarking initiatives, termination schedules and other ad-hoc data requests

  • Provide sensitive stakeholder support, including answering questions from employees, and internal and external partners; work to resolve outstanding issues in a timely manner

  • Support continuous improvement of equity and recognition programs, collecting feedback from HRBPs, Managers, and recipients to improve the experience, recommend best practices and new program ideas

  • Responsible for service award recognition program vendor management and budget management

  • Partner with other team members to develop education/communication materials on the above global programs

  • Perform necessary analytics for ROI on programs to help the business make performance-driven decisions

  • Responsible for administration of tuition reimbursement program and coordination with internal HRBPs

  • Responsible for charitable foundation matching gift program reporting and analytics for continuous improvement

  • Support acquisition-related due-diligence and integration analyses

  • Support administration of other total rewards programs execution as needed

Required Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Finance or related field

  • 2-4 years of work experience in Human Resources preferably specializing in rewards, compensation and/or stock plan administration

  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills. Strong Microsoft Office skills

  • Good time management skills and the ability to organize and prioritize own workload

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Able to work to a high level of accuracy

  • Ability to work independently with minimal instructions

  • Self-motivated and highly adaptable to change

  • Ability to work across cultures

  • Flexibility on work schedule to work with international colleagues and vendors when required

  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Strong Presentation and Project Management skills

  • Knowledge of stock plan administration and total rewards programs, Certified Equity Professional (CEP) preferred

Working Relationships & Environment

  • Will interface with varying levels of internal customers and the business

  • Working relationships with HR Business Partners, Finance and Controllership and Legal

Work Environment

  • Office environment (located in current Energizer US location) or home office.

  • Travel Requirements- minimal

  • May require meetings outside or typical workday hours to coordinate with global partners

Come Join Us!

Energizer offers a competitive total rewards package which includes a range of health, wellness and retirement savings coverage, paid time off and holidays, and many opportunities to learn, develop and grow. At Energizer, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute and make an impact every single day.

Energizer is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

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