The purpose of the Compensation and Reporting Analyst is to

  • Provide support on compensation & benefits initiatives, 
  • Consolidate and administer all Human Resources reporting requirements (Local, Regional and Global)
  • Monitor and control HR processes within the Governance Framework
  • Develop, advice, and implement procedures, and policies to improve work practices.

What will you be doing?

  • Coordinating and undertaking remuneration benchmarking surveys.
  • Conduct job evaluation, compensation modelling, research & analysis
  • Providing recommendations to support compensation & benefits strategies and supporting any related projects.  
  • Assist and co-ordinate the Banks Compensation & Review Process (CRP)
  • Monitor compliance with HR policies and procedures (Local, APAC & Global)
  • Responsible for the HR Operational risk Permanent Control (OPC) requirements (Risk Reporting)
  • Responsible for timely HR reporting activities. The creation and reporting of: headcount, turnover statistics, recruitment, terminations, performance management, remuneration and market data, WGEA engagement survey results and APAC KPI reporting.
  • Support the development and communicate HR policies and procedures
  • Manage Ebenefits program (refreshing staff data, awards administration, account support)
  • Manage and monitor the Bank’s block leave policy
  • Co-ordinate Internal & External Audit requests and RFI/RFP requests
  • Release fortnightly pay, monthly superannuation payments
  • Systems administration support as required
  • Assist HR Department with administrative duties.
    • Mobility: initiate relocation requests and tax service requests and liaise with vendors

Contributing Responsibilities

  • Contribute to the BNPP Operational Permanent Control framework
  • Contribute to the achievement of the HR Department goals and objectives
  • Contribute to develop innovation by bringing in new ideas, and improving processes

Technical Skills required for the role: 


  • Strong analytical and numerical skills
  • Relevant Tertiary studies in Human Resources, Business, Finance or other relevant degree
  • Proven experience with reporting analysis including knowledge of process and data usage. Knowledge of standard metrics and key performance indicators.
  • Able to apply qualitative and quantitative measures
  • Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Excel
  • Excellent verbal, writing and communication skills
  • Intermediate Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • HR systems exposure


  • Experience and knowledge in compensation and benefits
  • Relevant HR experience gained within a financial institution
  • Knowledge of Australian employment law and legislation
Primary Location
Job Type
Standard / Permanent
Education Level
Bachelor Degree or equivalent (>= 3 years)
Experience Level
At least 2 years

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  • What if we told you that working in our Group may not be quite what you think? BNP Paribas business lines and careers are constantly evolving to meet the expectations of our clients and society as a whole.

  • Feeling good about your job means bringing your whole self to work and being who you are. It’s also about having the resources you need to achieve a healthy work-life balance. Both of these are major commitments at BNP Paribas.

  • At BNP Paribas, developing your skills is as important to us as it is to you. And the skills you learn with us will help you through the rest of your working life.

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