Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company Global Equity Plan Specialist in Palo Alto, California

Global Equity Plan Specialist

Job Description:

As part of the global equity team, helps administer and oversee company equity compensation programs globally. Investigates and troubleshoots all equity-related issues involving options, employees, stockholders, vendors, brokers, company partners, and regional and global contacts. Reports, manages, and ensures the accuracy of data, reports, documentation, and all subject matter regarding equity-related information for submission to federal, state and local regulatory jurisdictions and agencies, working in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines and within U.S. market hours. Performs country by country feasibility and compliance studies for administering equity compensation programs internationally. Analyzes, designs, implements, and executes all aspects of procedures and policies; ensures and enforces the compliance of all legal obligations and company business practices. Executes, develops, and upholds the design of the equity plans and equity documentation. Maintains and oversees vendor management and relationships. Leads, coordinates, and interfaces with internal and external partners, including developing and completing complex cross-functional projects such as mergers and acquisitions, change in third party administrators or administering new plan designs.


  • Administers and delivers the company's global equity programs.

  • Interacts directly with executives and employees to resolve or escalate issues regarding their equity compensation.

  • Provides ongoing vendor management and expert management in stock administration databases.

  • Researches issues, answers questions, and collaborates with others to ensure processes comply with all applicable rules, plans and regulations.

  • Maintains accurate participant data, interfaces with finance and payroll in various countries, and supports compliance with the regulatory aspects of global administration and federal reporting.

  • Manages ongoing processes related to administration of equity programs.

Education and Experience Required:

  • First level university degree or equivalent experience.

  • Typically 4-6 years related experience or advanced university degree and 2-4 years experience.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Thorough knowledge in the field of stock administration or financial analysis as well as general business and industry knowledge.

  • Effective verbal and oral communication skills.

  • Strong analytical ability demonstrated through application of complex professional concepts.

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

  • Familiar with HR, benefits, financial or stock administration systems or software.

  • Basic understanding of US tax and securities laws concerning equity compensation.



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