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Operations Analyst / Sales Compensation Analyst - Palo Alto, CA

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Job Title:  Operations Analyst / Sales Compensation Analyst / 331027
Duration: 6 months with possible extension
Location: Palo Alto, CA

The Operations Analyst (Sales Compensation) plays a critical role in our sales compensation process. This position will collaborate with Finance, Sales Operations, Human Resources, Field Operations and Sales worldwide. 


  • Finance Operations, Sales Compensation is responsible for providing support for the payouts for up to 900 variable incentive participant payees.
  • Act as the primary steward for the Goal Assignment Form (GAF) process for all employees receiving commissions. 
  • Monitor/Identify new hires or transfers requiring goal assignment 
  • Solicit goal details from the appropriate owners 
  • Process goal assignment forms in our compensation system (Callidus) 
  • Shepherd the GAF through the appropriate approvals 
  • Coordinate with HR to update their HRIS systems with the resulting variable compensation details. 
  • Assist in responding to commissions-related questions from employees. 
  • Assist in preparing, reviewing and validating commissions system (Callidus) set-ups for calculation of world-wide commissions, including Americas, EMEA, APJ. 
  • Reconcile various critical stakeholder reports including Commissions Statements, Order Detail reports, and Year-to-date Attainment reports. 
  • Assist in developing our world class comp administration and enablement with special projects. 

Experience / Skills Required: 
  • BA/BS degree or equivalent 
  • Compensation / finance experience, including use of automated incentive comp systems such as OIC, Xactly, Callidus, Varicent, etc. preferred 
  • Strong communication skills. Ability to administer programs and processes globally. 
  • Strong problem solving skills. 
  • Must be very proficient in Excel and/or Google Sheets (sumifs, vlookups, array formulas). 
  • Must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously while adhering to strict deadlines. 

Experience / Skills Desired: 
  • Experience with sales compensation processes preferred. 
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment.

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Palo Alto, CA
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Posted Date:7/13/2018



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Job Title: Operations Analyst / Sales Compensation Analyst

Location: Palo Alto, CA

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 331027

Posted Date: 7/13/2018

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