Stock Plan Administrator administers the company stock plans. Prepares and provides information to employees about vesting schedules, exercise process and eligibility. Being a Stock Plan Administrator prepares new hire and other stock grants and processes employee transactions to exercise options. Maintains and updates stock databases, prepares reports and performs analysis. Additionally, Stock Plan Administrator requires a bachelor’s degree.
Adhere to internal processes and procedures and comply with tax withholding/reporting requirements
Partner with internal teams including Finance, Tax, Payroll, Legal, and HR on all equity-related matters
Coordinate with external partners such as the stock plan provider, transfer agent, and broker
Assist internal and external auditors with audits upon request and implement controls, as needed
Ensure accuracy, timeliness and integrity of all equity data in equity system of record
Generate, and review for accuracy, recurring and ad-hoc reports for FP&A, Accounting, Payroll, HR, Internal audit and Legal teams
Process new grants as well as varied transactions with strong know-how of accounting, legal and tax implications.
Manage company blackouts
Work on any ad hoc projects
Reconcile equity award activity with the company records, the broker records, and the transfer agent on an ongoing basis
Assist in equity plan documentation and communications
Respond to employee inquiries regarding their equity awards
BA/BS degree or equivalent
Strong proficiency in Excel
Strong attention to detail and accuracy
Strong communication skills and customer service focus
Prior experience with an equity administrative platform
3+ years of relevant work experience at a public company
Ability to work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment and adjust to changing priorities
Curaleaf is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.