Compensation Analyst provides centralized compensation, performance management and related services to multi-hospital healthcare system. Responsibilities include pay program design/enhancement, to include communication to management/staff and program implementation. Performs all components of job analysis and prepares final recommendations to all supervisory and management personnel to include job audits, market surveys, conducting equity and wage compression analyses, developing wage alignment criteria and determining the financial impact of all recommendations to organization. Provides assistance with wage & salary offers and oversees second job employment performance review process.
Bachelor's degree preferably in a business related field. Course work in Human Resources, specifically Compensation, is preferred. Must demonstrate professional and operational knowledge of the multiple Human Resource functional areas. At least five years of full-time related professional Compensation or professional Human Resource experience may be substituted in lieu of the above educational requirement. This position requires a person with initiative and the ability to take on responsibilities. Proven ability to problem-solve is essential. Must be organized, versatile and able to work independently.
Qualified applicants should submit on-line application for Job Opening #43436 at http://jobs.ufhealth.org/careers/
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on years of experience.
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