Benchmark – Remuneration Analyst
In order to act as a social and responsible employer, Leger Uten Grenser needs to get market insight where we work through the Benchmarker’s local market and salary study.
The benchmark analyst will conduct the salary study in the requested location(s) of a defined reference market by contacting various actors from the NGO, private and public sector.
A salary benchmark is a managing tool and process that seeks to evaluate MSF’s salary practice and additional benefits in a defined reference market, at a given moment in time.
The survey is a thorough analysis of the markets trends and practices on all elements concerning the employer-employee contractual relationship, and requires detailed consideration of these.
Undertaking such an analysis requires understanding of the local labour law, of practices which are considered common law, and of the political and cultural variables that may affect the labour market.
A benchmarking is essential every 3 to 5 years or when a new context demands it (such as changes in labour law, special difficulties in recruiting or retaining staff, volatility in the labour market etc.).
Training on benchmarking working procedures and tools is provided before departure.
- Knowledge/experience in HR remuneration schemes (salaries and benefits)
- Good analytical skills, at ease with figures and economic data
- Fluency in English (oral and written)
- Proficiency in MS Excel and Word
- Flexibility to travel
- Ability to work efficiently, independently under pressure and in an unstable context
- Project management skills
- Excellent communication and diplomatic skills
- Persistent, result oriented and problem solver
- Willingness to work in potentially unstable environments
- Understanding of and commitment to the Médecins Sans Frontières Charter and principles (English version, Norwegian version )
- Flexibility and adaptability
- French, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian oral language skills can be a very strong advantage (at minimum level of B2)
- Interest and/or experience in international humanitarian issues, international relations, anthropology
- Previous field experience in a similar role with a non-government organisation
Length of assignment
8 to 12 weeks availability required