Sr. Total Rewards Analyst

Work Arrangement:  Remote

Charlotte, NC, 28202

Requisition ID:  ENA Corporate

Job Title: Sr. Total Rewards Analyst 

Requisition ID: 14514 

Segment: Elior Corporate 

Brand: ENA Corporate 

Work Arrangement: Remote 

State: North Carolina (US-NC) 

The Role at a glance:

The Senior Total Rewards Analyst plays a vital role at Elior North America assisting in the management and 
compliance of the company's compensation, benefits, and retirement programs. They conduct research and analysis 
to ensure the organization's total rewards offerings are competitive and compliant with industry standards. The 
Senior Total Rewards Analyst supports the development of effective compensation structures and incentive 
programs, while also ensuring adherence to legal and regulatory requirements. This role contributes to attracting 
and retaining talent by assisting in the creation of comprehensive and appealing total rewards packages. 

This is a remote position with preference for the individual to be in the Eastern or Central time zone. 

What you'll be doing:

• Responsible for the administration of the Company’s retirement plans including the 401(k) and NonQualified Deferred Compensation. 
• Act as secretary for the 401(k) committee, planning meetings, recording minutes serving as the custodian 
of the plan documents and committee records. 
• Ensure ongoing compliance with existing and new federal, state and local legal requirements and 
legislation, obtaining qualified opinions, advising management on needed actions regarding the benefit 
• Responsible for the compliance, audits and testing of health/welfare and retire programs including 401k, 
Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation, Section 125, ERISA compliance, ACA, etc.
• Processes vendor/carrier invoices and audits benefit data; work directly with vendors/payroll/finance to 
reconcile discrepancies, create and submit payment requests for approval.
• Work with our IS & HRIS team to coordinate file integration with vendors and resolve data integrity issues.

• Responsible for position description updates and job classification process to ensure consistency throughout 
the Company. Participate in the benchmarking of all job descriptions.
• Evaluate and analyze salary data, making recommendations on the determination of pay grades for new or 
existing jobs including market pricing; participate in compensation and benefits surveys.
• Consult on the preparation of salary offers for new hires, promotions, transfers, and other compensation 
actions; partner with the Talent Acquisition team in determining compensation appropriate for the position.
• Review job evaluations and job descriptions to ensure accuracy and appropriate job classification including 
FLSA, salary grade, etc.
• Assist in the annual merit and bonus process as well as complete compensation market surveys, and the 
associated analysis and modeling to determine potential changes based on the market data.

Other Duties and Responsibilities 
• Participate in identifying and incorporating process improvements in HRIS, compensation and benefit systems, 
ensuring data integrity.
• Provide data gathering, reporting, auditing, and analysis, in support of all Total Rewards projects.
• Provide benefit and compensation reporting to internal and external requests; creates presentations for the 
Total Rewards team.
• Keep abreast of legislative, legal, and regulatory developments pertinent to focal area and the compensation 
and benefits area in general.
• Resolve benefits and compensation issues and investigate discrepancies, provide solutions and policy 
interpretation as appropriate. 

What we're looking for:


• 5+ years in Benefits & Compensation Administration
• Prior experience with administration & full compliance of 401(k)/Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plans
• Bachelor’s degree; degree in HR or a related field
• Strong technical skills; specifically, Excel & Power Point
• Knowledge of IRS rules and regulations pertaining to the administration and compliance of health/welfare, 
defined contribution and nonqualified deferred compensation plans
• Strong financial skill set; ability to analyze and interpret data.
• Highly organized, able to coordinate multiple tasks, attention to detail and meet established deadlines.
• Outstanding customer service – ability to work well both independently and as a team member. Must be 
comfortable communicating with all levels of employees including advising leadership; must have the ability to 
obtain information from others and effectively communicate and deliver information to others.
• Ability to function without significant oversight (as you will be a subject matter expert); to be a self-starter and 
make recommendations for projects and improvements
• Travel up to 10%



• SHRM, CEBS certification
• Experience with BI Reporting
• Experience with SAP/SuccessFactors

Our Benefits:

  • Medical (FT Employees)
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Voluntary UNUM offering for Accident, Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity
  • Discount Program
  • Commuter Benefits (Parking and Transit) 
  • EAP
  • 401k
  • Sick Time
  • Holiday Pay (9 paid holidays)
  • Tuition Reimbursement (FT Employees)
  • Paid Time Off 


About Elior North America:

Elior North America is an equal opportunity employer.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. We are committed to diversity and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. We take pride in supporting the development of our employees and their skills at all levels and in fostering an environment of growth.

At Elior North America, we are committed to offering growth and advancement opportunities for all of our employees. The valuable skills and experience you’ve gained with Elior will propel you further in your career, whether with our corporate office or one of our brand segments.

Disclaimer: This job description can be revised  by management as needed.




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