As the Senior Compensation Analyst, you’ll help implement Career Tracks, the new job classification structure at the University of California. You’ll be managing the implementation of a system that helps employees by giving them better-defined careers paths, opening more opportunities, and establishing proper compensation support.
In this role, you will develop and execute the project plans, deliverables, timelines, and process maps, coordinate and collaborate with others for all phases of projects through completion, and provide general compensation support such as classification and salary reviews, market studies, wage increase costing projects, and special projects.
**May become career**
The Senior Compensation Analyst must possess a combination of skills and abilities to successfully manage a complex set of responsibilities in a high profile, academic health sciences organization, including:
3 - 5 years of progressive experience in compensation administration or compensation consulting.
Dedicated Compensation experience.
Advanced knowledge of compensation practices and programs.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
The ability to establish rapport with a wide variety of constituents including clients, colleagues, and all levels of management.
Strong writing skills to develop correspondence, procedures, reports, job analysis findings, and other materials as needed.
Track record of successfully applying a client –oriented, consultative, and flexible approach in analysis and resolution of issues at all levels in the organization.
Demonstrated success in working collaboratively with team members and achieving unit goals and strategic objectives.
Skill in researching information and analyzing complex data to arrive at valid conclusions, recommendations, and plans of action.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field and/or combination of education and experience: Master’s degree preferred.
Healthcare industry experience preferred.
PeopleSoft experience preferred.
Career Tracks classification system or other classification system implementation experience preferred.
Compensation Professional (CCP) preferred.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.