All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/ Job Opening ID: 998502
The Compensation Analyst is responsible for providing analytical support in the areas of compensation, classification, and report writing.
Duties & Responsibilities:
•Conducts job analysis for exempt and non-exempt positions •Develops and maintains job descriptions •Provides guidance to client departments on federal and state laws/guidelines. •Conducts salary equity reviews •Participates in salary surveys, both local and national to determine competitive nature of positions and salaries •Compiles salary data and forecast reports for review and submission to management.
•Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and five (5) years of experience in job analysis, job evaluation, salary surveys, and equity reviews; or Associate’s degree and nine (9) years of experience in job analysis, job evaluation, salary surveys, and equity reviews; or any equivalent combination of education and experience •All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution •Knowledge of compensation principles and practices •Knowledge of FLSA regulations •Knowledge of classifying positions •Knowledge of Microsoft Office, database programs, and office automation applications with the ability to develop spreadsheets and correspondence •Skill in writing job descriptions •Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals •Ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written
Internal Number: 998502
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