This marks the fifth consecutive year that Meridian has been named one of the “Best Small Firm to Work For” by Consulting Magazine.
As an Executive Compensation Analyst, you will work with a team of senior consultants and consulting partners to provide research and advice to the boards of directors and senior executives at companies across a variety of industries. Responsibilities will include gathering and analyzing compensation and financial data, documenting and comparing executive compensation program design across companies and assisting with the creation of client deliverables.
In this role, you will be applying analytical skills and further refining written and oral communication skills in order to deliver high quality and effective solutions to clients. High performance and continued career development in this role can lead to expanded project management and client relationship responsibilities.
- Compare executive compensation across companies using a variety of tools and resources
- Performance industry and financial research
- Analyze relevant financial performance information for correlation to compensation using statistics and other analytical methods
- Develop and apply a basic knowledge of related accounting, tax and regulatory requirements
- Collaborate effectively in two- and three-person client teams
- Deliver consistent, high-quality work product, on time and within budget
- Manage multiple critical deliverables at the same time
- Communicate effectively with client contacts
- Understand a client’s business strategies at a basic level
- Demonstrate high proficiency in spreadsheet software and analytical tools
- Write concisely and effectively
- Demonstrate high motivation to deliver, learn and grow
- Take initiative to grow your abilities and contributions
- Undergraduate degree, preferably with concentration in finance, accounting, general business or economics
- All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment at Meridian without regard to race; creed; color; religion; national origin; sex; age; disability; sexual orientation; gender identity or expression; genetic predisposition or carrier status; veteran, marital, or citizenship status; or any other status protected by law.