The role of the Compensation Analyst is to provide broad-based compensation support to advance strategic business objectives.
Conduct annual market pay analysis to ensure external competitiveness, internal equity, while adhering to the company’s compensation philosophy
Manage ad hoc market pricing activities throughout the year and recommend salary and total compensation ranges for new hires and promotions
Manage survey activities including participation in various surveys and analysis of results
Manage a job description library
Play a lead role in the administration of the annual compensation review process
Reconcile salary earnings between local payroll and reporting systems, researching and resolving any discrepancies with local human capital managers
Develop and maintain annual compensation communication materials
Support special projects as necessary.
Strong problem-solving and critical thinking abilities
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proficiency in MS Excel and MS Word, and basic knowledge of MS PowerPoint.
Ability to work with large sets of data, look beyond the numbers and understand the impact on various aspects of the business.
Ability to manage and maintain highly sensitive and confidential information.
Ability to interact with and build relationships at all levels globally.
Knowledge of Workday and Marketpay is a plus, but not required.
About Oliver Wyman
Oliver Wyman Group (OWG) delivers advisory services to clients through three operating units, each of which is a leader in its field. Oliver Wyman (www.oliverwyman.com), the largest of the three operating units, is a top-tier global management consulting firm that combines deep industry knowledge with specialized expertise in strategy, operations, risk management, organizational transformation, and leadership development. Lippincott (www.lippincott.com) helps clients create, develop, and manage their corporate branding, identity, and image. NERA Economic Consulting (www.nera.com) advises corporations, law firms, and government entities on the economics of competition, regulation, public policy, finance, and litigation.