McKesson Corp is a Fortune 7 company and is one of the largest providers of medicines, pharmaceutical supplies and health information technology (IT) products and services in the United States with revenues of $208.4 billion in 2018. The company was founded in 1833 by John McKesson and Charles Olcott in New York with a focus on importing and wholesaling pharmaceutical products.
We’re in an era of unprecedented complexity in healthcare. Patient care is not where it should be. While many of the organizations delivering the care need to get much healthier, too. This is why our vision is to improve care in every setting — one product, one partner, one patient at a time. And we’re making this happen every day by touching virtually every aspect of healthcare. We partner with biopharma companies, care providers, pharmacies, manufacturers, governments and others to deliver the right medicines, medical products and healthcare services to the patients who need them, when they need them — safely and cost-effectively.
United by our ICARE values, our 78,000 employees work together every day to make better care possible for patients around the globe.
McKesson has an exciting opportunity for a talented and well-rounded executive compensation professional looking to join a great company and support the design, development and implementation of executive compensation strategies and enterprise incentive programs.
Reporting to the Senior Director, Executive Compensation, this key role will actively lead and participate in a variety of high-profile executive compensation projects. S/he will own the end-to-end preparation of all executive compensation sections in our annual proxy, drive the creation of Compensation Committee materials and analyses throughout the fiscal year, and work on a variety of engaging initiatives on McKesson’s enterprise short- and long-term incentive programs.
Annual proxy and shareholder outreach – serve as compensation leader for production and publication of executive compensation sections of McKesson’s annual proxy statement.
- Own all proxy executive compensation tables and footnotes. Manage information from Accounting, Benefits, Corporate Governance, Payroll, Retirement, Corporate Security, Stock Plan Administration and outside vendors/consultants, regarding data and information needed for accurate preparation of disclosures.
- Design engaging and informative graphics for inclusion in Compensation Discussion and Analysis (CD&A) section of annual proxy. Work closely with Legal on all compensation-related data requests and disclosures in the CD&A, as well as supplemental engagement materials.
- Help influence shareholder perspectives by developing compelling presentations and other materials used by Chairman of the Board, Compensation Committee Chair and Chief Governance Officer during investor engagement activities.
Compensation Committee meetings – provide analytical support and competitive peer data analysis to senior management, the Compensation Committee and its independent compensation consultant.
- Lead the development of innovative and balanced pay strategies that align McKesson’s strategic business objectives with shareholders’ interests.
- Influence program design change by utilizing and conducting market research and peer group analysis.
- Develop models to analyze pro-forma pay and/or plan design scenarios and their impact on executive compensation disclosures.
- Work closely with Legal counsel to monitor and communicate proxy advisor policy changes, legislative changes (i.e., Dodd-Frank updates) and SEC rules/disclosure requirements.
Annual Incentive Plan – provide oversight on the design and administration of McKesson’s broad-based annual cash incentive plan.
- Lead senior stakeholders in Accounting, Finance and Talent Management through the year-end result consolidation and approval process for the Compensation Committee of the Board exhibits.
- Influence program design changes by utilizing market research and internal analysis to support recommendations.
- Oversee the annual incentive plan risk assessment, coordinating the completion of questionnaires and consolidating results for delivery to the Compensation Committee.
Long-term Incentive Program – provide oversight on the design and administration of McKesson’s long-term incentive programs.
- Drive analysis to support senior management and the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors on topics related to long-term incentives.
- Design and implement innovative and balanced long-term incentive strategies that align McKesson’s strategic business objectives with shareholders’ interests.
- Monitor and forecast equity utilization (i.e., burn rate) of McKesson’s plans.
- Own LTI award exhibits and on all other LTI-related content, including presentations to senior management and the Compensation Committee.
- 3 to 5+ years executive compensation or broad-based compensation experience
- Executive compensation experience preferred
- 3+ years of progressive experience in executive and/or broad-based compensation, or at least 2 years of consulting experience at an executive compensation consulting firm.
- Experience designing, planning and administering executive compensation programs. Must also possess general working knowledge of SEC disclosure rules, corporate governance, executive compensation regulations (e.g., 409A, 280G, etc.) and equity valuation practices. Experience with global executive compensation matters a strong plus.
- Strong background and understanding of accounting, financial and tax treatment of executive compensation programs and proven experience quickly building collaborative relationships with stakeholders.
- Demonstrated ability to creatively frame and solve complex problems through rigorous quantitative and qualitative analysis. Exceptional research skills, strong business acumen and ability to quickly draw and communicate data-driven insights and trends.
- Resourceful and organized with strong project management and teamwork skills with ability to manage multiple priorities in an extremely fast-paced dynamic environment. Highly detail and results-oriented with strong work ethic, sense of urgency and passion for delivering flawless work.
- Persuasive and self-confident with excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills. Ability to deal with ambiguity and rapidly adapt to change in time-sensitive situations. Experience presenting information to senior executives.
- Expert user of MS Office suite, particularly Excel, is critical. Knowledge of MS Access a strong plus. Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat, Illustrator, Workday and specialized systems such as WDesk and Boardvantage a strong plus.
- 4-year degree in required.
- CECP, CEP or CCP preferred.
General Office Demands
Travel less than 5%McKesson is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.Qualified applicants will not be disqualified from consideration for employment based upon criminal history.McKesson is committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and offers opportunities to all job seekers including job seekers with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your job search or application for employment, please contact us by sending an email to Disability_Accommodation@McKesson.com. Resumes or CVs submitted to this email box will not be accepted.Current employees must apply through internal career site.Join us at McKesson!
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