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Sr. Compensation Analyst

Rochester Institute of Technology


Location:
Rochester , New York 14623
Date:
01/12/2018
2018-01-122018-02-11
Job Code:
3552BR
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • job_category_human_resources
  • Benefits
  • Communications
  • Compensation
  • Employee Relations
  • HRIS
  • Employment/Recruitment
  • Research
  • Training/Development
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Job Details

Human Resources provides faculty, staff and administrators with advice, counsel and services in the following areas:

•Benefits, Health and Wellness
•Compensation
•HR Information Systems and Employee Self-Service
•HR Services (Employment, Immigration, Employee Relations)
•Onboarding Resources for Employees and Managers
•Performance Management
•Recruiting, Interviewing and Hiring
•Training and Professional Development
•Title IX

Under the general direction of the Assistant Director Compensation, provides expertise in the planning, development and administration of compensation policies and programs. Evaluates existing compensation practices, policies, and guidelines and makes recommendations to improve effectiveness, consistent with compensation best practices, changing regulatory requirements and University objectives.
Essential Responsibilities:
Partners with HR Managers (HRMs) to analyze and review job evaluation and re-evaluation requests; leads evaluation process for assigned job studies and applies consistent methodology; maintains job evaluation documentation. Advises departments on requirements for exempt status and FLSA regulations regarding overtime pay, exemption tests, etc.
Independently conducts research and analyses and prepares recommendations, requiring a thorough understanding of compensation principles and best practices.
Plans, develops, and implements faculty and staff compensation policies and programs. Evaluates existing practices, policies, and guidelines and makes recommendations to improve effectiveness, consistent with compensation best practices and University objectives. Independently conducts research, performs complex analyses and presents recommendations.
Provides advice to HRMs and senior leaders on pay decisions, policy and guideline interpretation and job evaluation, including the design and implementation of creative solutions to meet university and organization needs.
Partners with HRMs to analyze and review job evaluation and re-evaluation requests; leads evaluation process for assigned job studies and applies consistent methodology; maintains job evaluation documentation. Advises departments on requirements for exempt status and FLSA regulations regarding overtime pay, exemption tests, etc.
Performs analytical studies in a variety of areas related to faculty and staff compensation. Recommends practice and/or policy changes. Conducts benchmarking studies with peer institutions and local employers to ensure market competitiveness.
Reviews existing and proposed statutory requirements governing compensation and recommends appropriate courses of action.

Requirements

Requirements:
•Bachelor's degree
•Minimum of four years’ experience as a compensation analyst or comparable compensation role. Extensive working and practical knowledge of a wide variety of compensation techniques, theory, practices, methods, programs and plans including regulatory requirements, incentive compensation, and similar complex compensation subjects.

Skills:

•Demonstrated superior analytical skills including complex data analysis, manipulation and reporting
•Demonstrated ability to lead and manage complex projects
•Ability to influence others to support a recommended course of action
•Advanced skill level in Excel
•Ability to work effectively in a team environment
•Excellent interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to work with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community

 

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