The Sr. Equity Compensation Analyst is responsible for the day to day activities of the long-term incentive stock plan. This position will be a key member of the Corporate Total Rewards team and work closely with legal, finance and global HR teams.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Administer all participant equity plan transactions in an accurate and timely manner. Process new grants, distributions/exercises and cancellations for restricted stock units, stock options and performance share units.
Review vesting details prior to distributions for annual and quarterly grants in coordination with finance and Fidelity team.
Create product IDs, grant load file and communications details for new grants annually and quarterly.
Serve as daily contact for Fidelity in resolving equity data record and participant issues. Monitor Fidelity processing and service requests to confirm correct completion of actions.
Ensure compliance of local reporting requirements for China SAFE, UK sub plan and other non-US special handling. Keep up to date on current legislative developments and adjust administration process as needed.
Partner with finance and payroll to calculate and collect FICA due for retirement eligible participants. Track year over year changes in FICA proportion of tranches for update in Fidelity.
Act as equity administration resource to DentalCo Leadership and HR team. Respond to participant inquiries and ad hoc requests.
Maintain preclearance/blackout updates and revised plan documents, grant agreements in Fidelity.
Provides equity related data for all required security filings. Support the preparation of SEC Forms 3, 4, and 5 to disclose changes in beneficial ownership of securities for Section 16 officers.
Participate on special projects for global equity compliance, workday implementation for equity compensation module and employee education of equity plan.
Monitor automated feeds of employee information to the third-party stock plan administrator's database system and reconciling information to ensure overall data integrity.
Validate the accuracy of database information, employee indicative data, retirement eligibility dates, global tax withholding rates, etc.
Implement and communicate calendar to track deadlines for essential deliverables. Participate in process improvement initiatives and documentation of procedures.
BS or BA Degree required (concentration in Finance/ Economics/ HR preferred).
5 years of experience in equity plan administration, preferably in large global company.
Advanced proficiency in Excel.
2 years' experience with online equity record keeping system (i.e. Fidelity).
Certified Equity Professional designation preferred.
Strong quantitative, analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to keep information confidential, work independently and balance multiple priorities.
Work effectively in a lean/decentralized/complex/fast paced environment.
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