Delicato Family Vineyards has an exciting immediate career opportunity for Compensation Analyst, located at our Manteca, CA winery.
Delicato is a family-owned, family-run, fourth generation wine company with facilities in Napa, Manteca, and Monterey. President and CEO Chris Indelicato’s Grandfather, Gaspare Indelicato emigrated from Italy to California and founded the company in 1924. The family continued to expand the winery, purchase prime vineyard land, and craft wine brands that consumers love. Today Delicato is the fastest growing wine company in the Top Ten wine companies in the US, with a diverse portfolio of brands such as Bota Box; Gnarly Head; Delicato’s luxury Silverado Trail Black Stallion Estate Winery; Z. Alexander Brown wines made with Grammy-winning performer Zac Brown; and Earth Wise Vineyards from certified organic grapes.
Acting on own initiative, the Compensation Analyst is responsible for the development, implementation and communication of compensation programs, pay practices, and policies. The analyst conducts research and analysis on internal and external compensation factors such as job levels, salary ranges, Position in Range (PIR), job titles, etc., and is responsible for maintaining the integrity of job leveling framework and pay practices to ensure company-wide consistency.
Acts as a member of the HR Compensation Team to administer compensation programs, policies, and processes that align with the Company’s compensation philosophies and ensures consistent application company-wide:Collaborates with the VP Human Resources to drive the annual compensation cycle including documenting and communicating incentive plans and compensation decisions Administers the compensation program; drives related projects and initiatives such as job leveling, survey participation, focal reviews, analysis, and implementation of new or changed processes Develops tools, resources, and training for HRBPs and management to increase the organization’s understanding and ability to effectively and efficiently manage compensation Acts as the point-of-contact for compensation related requests; partners with HRBPs to perform job evaluations; compiles data, and presents findings and recommendations to the HR Compensation Team for decision/approval; documents and communicates results to HRBPs, Talent Acquisition, and/or management as appropriate Creates job descriptions and recommends position titles that are consistent with job level and exemption status based on HG methodology, research information, and internal input/comparison Collaborates with the Director HR Operations, Business Relationship Manager (IS), and vendors (as needed) to develop, maintain, and analyze reports to support compensation initiatives Conducts ad-hoc research and modeling in support of project assignments including presentation of findings and recommendations for management review Ensures data quality and integrity in all related HR owned databases, systems, and interfaces in areas of responsibility; initiates and performs necessary audits to test data and revises data as necessary Ensures that compensation related system policies and procedures are accurate, updated, and stored in appropriate applications and systems Inputs, updates, and revises salary structures, bonus programs, and/or changes pertaining to new hires, organizational structure, pay, position, etc. within applicable HR systems Performs the role of administrator for all systems associated with compensation; provides appropriate training to end-users Manages records and monitors compliance with all relevant laws and regulations; protects confidentiality of highly sensitive information NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Other duties may be assigned MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent knowledge gained through formal education, specialized training, or additional job experience) 3 or more years of related experience Formal and on-the-job training in compensation, CCP preferred Experience with administering compensation programs and creating or administering formal compensation structures Experience in job analysis and internal/external market review using survey data; Hay Group job leveling methodology preferred Proven experience with HCM systems; SAP/SuccessFactors preferred Proven understanding of general HR concepts, processes and data, including rules and procedures Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Ability to manage confidential, sensitive information Advanced to expert level MS Office (Word; Excel; PowerPoint) Strong attention to detail, analytical, and problem solving skills Good understanding of functional groups that impact or are impacted by HR systems and processes (i.e. compensation, payroll, and benefits) Customer focused and consultative style of addressing issues and solutions Excellent at prioritizing multiple tasks, managing conflicting deadlines and working effectively in a dynamic environment; understands when to escalate issues Ability to communicate effectively with people of all job levels and convey information in legible reports to human resources and executive groups Strong writing skills and the ability to create effective job descriptions Actively pursues opportunities for learning and self-development, 'continuous improvement' for self and role responsibilities (e.g. process improvement) Ability to gain commitment from others and effectively manage expectations and competing priorities Equally comfortable working independently or collaboratively in a team Researches and stays current on trends that relate to compensation and related systems and technology WORK STANDARDS
Acts in a manner reflective of the Company culture of High Moral Standards, Innovation and Continuous Evolution, Trust in Team, Continuous Improvement, and Sustainable Relationships Communicates, interacts, and works effectively with others; receptive to feedback and coaching; voices concerns in a constructive manner Demonstrates commitment to safety first; communicates safety concerns; promotes a safe work environment based on established safety standards and training Follows all Company policies and procedures Delicato offers its employees a generous and comprehensive benefits package. The core health insurance components include medical, dental and vision, where Delicato covers nearly the entire cost for employees and a large percentage for dependents. Additional health benefits include life, disability and flexible spending accounts. Other benefits include 401(k) with generous company match, discretionary profit sharing, paid time off (PTO), paid holidays, wine & merchandise discounts, tuition reimbursement, gym discounts & many more.