Oracle Director - Compensation in Helena, Montana

Director - Compensation

Preferred Qualifications


a part of Oracle’s US Compensation Consulting (USCC) organization’s innovative

and evolving culture and become a key member of the leadership team. As a

valued leader, this role will

provide strategic direction and oversee all compensation client support for

Oracle’s fast-moving product development and technology organizations. This

role will partner and collaborate with many stakeholders, including regional

compensation consultants, global compensation programs, and other key

functional areas. As a lead consultant, this role will consult by providing

strategic guidance and program support in all areas of compensation.

  • Primary

compensation advisor for the lead Product Development and Technology HR

Business Partner. Help define and execute on strategic compensation

support needed for the Product Development and Technology HR team’s long and

short term objectives.

  • Direct

a team of compensation consultants responsible for driving value and providing

critical business support.

  • Lead

key initiatives that drive attraction/retention, engagement, performance and

cost optimization.

  • Partner

with the global compensation job architecture lead and HRBPs on a new technical

structure. Drive change management to help with the efficient and effective

implementation of a new structure that further enables business leaders to meet

their objectives.

  • Help create analytics that provide deep insights that assist HR

with modeling budgets and advising leaders on recommendations during global

programs such as focal reviews and annual equity planning.

  • Engage

with the Talent Advisory organization to ensure the offer process effectively

recruits needed talent that is both efficient and cost-beneficial for

Oracle. This includes, but is not limited to, critical roles and

executive hires.

  • Drive the execution of multipleprojects, both internally and externally facing.

  • Identify

opportunities for efficiencies in work processes and implement innovative


  • Participate

in team problem solving efforts and offer ideas to solve client issues.


  • Looking

for someone with 10 years broad-based compensation experience with 3-5

managing others; consulting organization experience would be a plus

  • Strong

relationship management skills with a proven track record

  • Experience

with project management approaches, tools, and phases of the project lifecycle

  • Mastery

of Microsoft applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel)

  • Prior

successful management experience leading a team of highly skilled individual

contributors as well as a solid understanding, knowledge and experience in HR

Detailed Description and Job Requirements

Responsible for the development, implementation, administration and budgeting of global HR strategic company initiatives in one or more of the following areas: employment, compensation, benefits, HR operations, employee relations, diversity, immigration and organizational development Manages a professional staff.

Play an important role in leading the HR group as a strategic business partner, change agent, and member of the line management staff. Develop and implement global company-wide programs and initiatives (e.g., benefit programs, manpower planning, salary/bonus/stock review, organizational change, performance management, and training assessment). Advise managers and employees on HR practices and procedures. Manage employee relations issues and conduct investigations in support of corporate ethics and values. Ensures staffing needs are met in accordance with governmental specifications.

Assists in the development of short, medium, and long term plans to achieve strategic objectives. Regularly interacts across functional areas with senior management or executives to ensure unit objectives are met. Ability to influence thinking or gain acceptance of others in sensitive situations. Key skills and abilities include coaching, influencing, facilitation, presentation, communication, process development, analysis, and problem solving. Ability to travel. Successful track record as a generalist and manager. BA/BS degree.

Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Job: Human Resources

Location: US-California

Other Locations: US-Idaho, US-Oregon, US-Colorado, US-Arizona, US-Utah, US-New Mexico, US-Montana, US-Washington

Job Type: Regular Employee Hire

Organization: Oracle