Tesla

Stock Plan Administrator

Tesla

March 12, 2021


The Role
Tesla is looking for an experienced Stock Plan Administrator will be responsible for the day to day activities of the company’s global equity incentive programs which include stock options, restricted stock units (“RSUs”) and employee stock purchase plans (“ESPP”). This role will report directly to the Corporate Stock Administration team and will be a part of the Corporate Controllers team. The ideal candidate is thoroughly familiar with global equity incentive programs (stock options, RSUs and ESPP) for a large U.S. public technology company.
The Stock Plan Administrator role is an excellent opportunity to join a lean and passionate team at a high growth mission driven company. The role requires someone who has experience operating in a high-paced technology company environment with the associated reporting deadlines and requires 'out of the box' thinking to make processes more efficient and streamlined. The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, have strong organization and communication skills and be very hands-on.
The Stock Plan Administrator role will not have any direct reports. This role interfaces extensively with the following teams: HR, Payroll, Legal, technical accounting, financial planning & analysis, and both internal and external audit.
Responsibilities
Process transactions involving option exercises, RSU vesting and ESPP purchases, with a strong collaboration between HR and Payroll
Perform reconciliation of records between Stock Administration, HR, and Payroll
Maintain database integrity and ensure accuracy of recordkeeping of equity data using Equity Edge Online
Provide excellent customer service to equity participants at all levels and to partners across departments and respond quickly to employee questions in a courteous and satisfactory manner, including training on equity topics
Help develop materials and other employee communications, contribute ideas and assist with employee education program utilizing various media available, including conducting employee trainings and information sessions (in person and via video conferencing)
Assist with other projects as assigned
Requirements
5+ years stock administration (and/or accounting) experience in a U.S. public company
Very strong attention to detail and ability to perform self-audit to ensure data integrity and utmost accuracy at all times
Excellent problem solving skills and proven ability to make informed decisions Active CPA or CEP license preferred, but not required