April 25, 2019
Portland Metro/SW, Oregon
Job Type
Salary or Pay Details
$120K-$130K DOE


Boly:Welch is a recruiting, consulting and executive search firm that represents a wide variety of businesses and organizations in the Portland, Oregon area. Recruitment for this position is being led by Boly:Welch on behalf of one of their clients.



What Matters Most:
  • 5+ years of experience, preferably in a leadership role
  • Experience with Workday preferred
  • Knowledge of benefits administration and compensation required
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • CCP required
Your New Role:

Get ready to make a direct impact on a global scale when you join the seasoned team at this highly-successful technology group. As a Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager, you’ll lead a global total rewards team to design and further develop company compensation programs. To make sure the company stays competitive, you’ll review global market data alongside your team and counsel the Senior VP of Human Resources on trends in compensation and benefits programs. In addition, you’ll help with a global HRIS conversion that’s in the works. As an integral member of this team, they’ll rely on your analytical mind and follow-through to keep everything on track.


Your New Organization:

They’re an international technology group that’s leading the industry with comprehensive software solutions. You’ll join a collaborative team and have some flexibility for virtual work.

How to Apply

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