Perform compensation analysis and planning for assigned organizational area(s). Oversee and monitor operational processes handling the most complex transactions. Train and educate supervisors and managers in Compensation/employee change policies, procedures and workflow.
Participates in continual monitoring of the marketplace to ensure that compensation programs are competitive and appropriately positioned.
Conducts job evaluation studies of single jobs and/or whole departments.
Provide compensation recommendations to both internal and external customers that are equitable and consistent with the organization’s needs as well as appropriate policies and procedures.
Train and educate supervisors, managers and employees in HR and Compensation policies, procedures, standards, and schedules through various communication vehicles.
Support the department’s compliance responsibilities including JCAHO, EEO, FLSA, OFCCP, etc.
Provide compensation expertise to committees, task forces, and cross-departmental initiatives and projects as assigned.
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in HR, business administration or related field
Minimum of three (3) years of experience in a directly related field
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree in HR, business administration or related field preferred
Additional Technical Requirements
Analytical ability combined with sound practical judgment
Excellent human relations skills, and verbal and written communications skills
Advanced knowledge of spreadsheets, database, and word processing computer applications
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