Our client, a semiconductor company located in the South Bay, is in search of a Sr. Stock Plan Administrator to execute the day-to-day administration of the Company’s domestic and international equity plans. This position will report to the General Counsel, and to the Sr. Manager of SEC Reporting.
- Administer the Company’s global equity incentive and employee stock purchase plans.
- Research domestic and international reporting requirements and implement policies and processes to ensure compliance with each jurisdiction’s rules and regulations.
- Maintain the Equity Edge Online database and the integrity of the data.
- Process and manage RSU/PSU, Performance Award grants, Grant Agreements, employee new hires and terminations, and the semi-annual ESPP purchase for all Domestic and International participants.
- Ensure accurate and timely reporting on Section 16 filings (Forms 3, 4 and 5) with the SEC related to performance-based awards.
- Prepare DWAC reports for stock option and RSU transactions.
- Work closely with the company's transfer agents and brokerage firms to maintain employee equity accounts.
- Perform data entry, including transaction input and employee profile information into Equity Edge Online.
- Partner with Payroll to ensure accurate taxation and recording of RSU releases, and ESPP dispositions, and quarterly reconciliations.
- Assist the Finance Department with the accounting, payroll, audit and reconciliation report preparation.
- Respond to employee questions regarding ESPP, RSUs, Rule 10b5-1 and E*TRADE matters, and provide training sessions as necessary.
- Administer the company's China SAFE proceeds process and 10b5-1 program.
- Work with internal, external resources, and auditors to complete year-end tax requirements for Section 6039 forms 3921 and 3922, year-end audit, and SOX testing.
- Manage Insider Trading Policy and open trading windows.
- BA/BS or AA degree.
- Minimum 7-10 years of stock administration experience with a publicly traded company.
- Knowledge of accounting rules related to stock-based compensation preferred.
- Experience in administering and managing international employees and complying with their reporting requirements, complex performance-based grants and award-related dividends.
- Advanced proficiency in Excel.
- Strong analytical and organizational skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively across cross-functional teams.
- Experience supporting legal department with general corporate matters preferred.