Non-Executive Director (Remuneration Committee) - BDB Pitmans
1073 - Non Exec Director for Award Winning Top 60 Law Firm, BDB Pitmans
A Non-Executive Director (Non-Exec) is required for the Remuneration Committee for BDB Pitmans which is an award winning Top 60 UK Law Firm with offices in London, Cambridge, Reading and Southampton. The firm has a range of practice areas and work for a wide variety of clients, from not-for-profit organisations, public and private companies, public sector bodies, and individuals.
Remuneration is £800 per day for 7 days per annum (formal time). There may be further opportunity to be involved with other Board meetings in the future. Meetings will be in held in Westminster, London.
Non-Executive Director Responsibilities:
- Determine appropriate levels of remuneration for partners based on their performance.
- Constructively challenge and help develop proposals on the remuneration strategy for the partnership.
- Providing advice in relation to the design and implementation of bonus and long-term incentive arrangements.
- Designing partner pay strategies, linking pay to firm performance.
- Advising on performance measures for incentive plans and modelling performance outcomes.
- Provide advice on remuneration issues, taking into account market data on levels of remuneration and benefits for law firms.
- Participate actively in the decision making process of the Remuneration Committee.
- Scrutinise the performance of the Remuneration Committee is achieving agreed goals and objectives.
- Bring independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development.
Specific requirements are:
- Background of advising professional services firms;
- Previous experience of working as part of a Remuneration Committee;
- Law firm background would be an added advantage;
- Ability to write/prepare Remuneration Committee papers;
Remuneration will be £800 per day for 7 days per year (formal time) for Committee Meetings.
Role closing: 29th March 2019
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