Audi Brussels
Cars & Automotive

Compensation & Benefits Professional

Permanent
Intermediate
Job start As soon as possible

Job description

Audi Brussels is looking for a Compensation & Benefits Professional for a permanent position. You will be the SPOC for all projects and questions related to Comp & Ben in an international environment.

Mission: 

Your role will evolve around 2 main axes:

  Compensation and Benefits (80%)

  • You manage comp & ben projects (e.g. salary policy, FlexPlan, etc.). 
  • You develop, communicate and maintain the policies, benefits and processes linked to compensation.
  • You support the job classification processes.
  • You follow and analyse market trends in order to identify and develop opportunities for innovation and optimization of the salary package.
  • You manage salary reviews and bonus and budget calculations.
  • You know the different HR processes, provide answers to the needs of the organization, and have an eye for targeted IT integration.

 

  Global assignments (20%)

  • You support the setting-up and follow-up of the company's global assignments policy.
  • You contribute to the financial, tax and budgetary matters concerning detachments and social security.
  • You work in close collaboration with the various departments, other subsidiaries of the group as well as external partners (payroll, accounting, tax consultant, moving services, etc.).
Profile: 
  • You have a Master’s degree in Human Resources or equivalent experience.
  • You have at least 3 years’ experience in payroll and/or compensation & benefits
  • An experience with job classification and/or international employment is an asset.
  • You have a good knowledge of social legislation and payroll processes.
  • You have strong analytical skills and enjoy juggling numbers.
  • You are reliable, professional and have experience handling confidential data.
  • You are objective oriented taking into account procedures.
  • You communicate easily and are team oriented.
  • You are fluent in French and Dutch. A knowledge of English or German is an asset.