James Hardie aims to provide a competitive total rewards package which includes a market competitive salary, performance based bonuses, low premium benefits plan, company matched retirement plan, and a unique and fun environment where creativity and autonomy is encouraged.
The Compensation Analyst will be responsible for supporting and contributing to the Company’s base pay compensation programs which have been designed to achieve its compensation philosophy. With locations in the US, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Amsterdam, and various European countries, the Compensation Analyst should be aware of pay practices/programs in the other countries where James Hardie operates. However, they will primarily deal with compensation for US and Canadian employees only. He or she will spend approximately 50% coordinating and carrying out the administrative duties of the position; and 50% supporting project work and ad hoc requests, all while being 100% consultative with our business partners.
This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday with some flexibility with start and end times. Occasional travel to plant sites and other corporate office locations is likely in order to support compensation initiatives and/or program rollouts. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
Collaborates with the compensation team/business partners on a variety of projects, including program design, analysis, implementation of new programs and research on market competitiveness.
Manages projects such as salary survey participation and analysis.
Performs annual review of the Company’s salary structure to ensure it remains competitive, which includes reviewing position placement as well as movement of salary ranges.
Approves all job requisitions and offer letters for new hires/transfers/promotions.
Supports in the administration/calculation of the Company’s variable pay plans:
Annual STI plan for non-sales salaried employees (~1000 employees)
Quarterly commission plan for sales employees (~400 employees)
Other ad hoc bonus plans for James Hardie employees
Provides market data and project support for the annual manufacturing Skill Based Pay System (SBS) pricing review.
Assists HR Business Partners with compensation-related issues, including educating employees on our compensation programs.
Develops and documents procedures to streamline processes and ensure compliance.
Responds to requests for comp data/recommendations on specific employees.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Bachelor’s degree, required; focus in accounting or math, preferred
At least 3 years of experience as a Compensation Analyst, preferred
CCP and/or PHR/SHRM-CP certified, preferred
Ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with others
Strong attention to detail and accuracy
Experienced in basic level analysis
Ability to multitask
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outloo