Administrative Salary Range C43 with a starting salary between $57,801-$75,142 depending on qualifications and experience. Madison College provides a generous benefits package. Newly hired Administrators serve a two year probationary period.
Organizational Function and Responsibilities:
This position provides professional level human resources expertise and support in the areas of compensation, classification, labor contract costing, fringe benefits and cost/benefit analysis of new and existing College initiatives. Additionally, the incumbent will complete project assignments as assigned by HR management.
The position is located within Human Resources and will report to the Director of Compensation, Benefits and Training.
The following duties are typically expected of this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned by the President or designee.
1. Costs and analyzes the effects of negotiated proposals, counter-proposals, and contractual agreements to determine operational and fiscal impact on the College; assists in the development and implementation of the college’s labor relations strategy.
2. Conducts, analyzes, and participates in relative market compensation surveys for management and staff level positions. Evaluates jobs and salary ranges for market competitiveness and internal equity.
3. Reviews and makes recommendations for college compensation related policies to reflect current federal laws, state laws, and Wisconsin Technical College System regulations, policies and practices.
4. Prepares statistical analysis, data modeling, and costing of base pay for all position classifications at the college.
5. Applies various job evaluation methodologies to job classifications to determine appropriate internal alignment and job level.
6. Conducts support staff classification appeals and onsite job audits.
7. Prepares full time faculty initial salary calculations.
8. Maintains and develops job descriptions as needed.
9. Works with Workday experts to ensure the Workday system meets compensation and benefit needs and is updated to reflect changes to salary structures, changes, etc.
10. Prepares materials and trains staff on subject matter pertaining to benefits, classification and compensation.
11. Assists in administering employee benefit programs; including health, dental, vision, life insurance, disability and retirement plans.
12. Plans, develops, and/or participates in area and industry benefit surveys.
13. Prepares annual enrollment materials and conducts employee meetings to communicate benefit changes.
14. Reviews and analyzes changes to state and federal laws pertaining to benefits and reports necessary or suggested changes to management.
15. Responds to benefit inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable and courteous resolution.
16. Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Knowledge of HR principles and practices, especially in classification, compensation and benefit administration.
2. Ability to handle superior level of confidentiality concerning employee information.
3. High level proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
4. Excellent time management, interpersonal, communication (written and oral), presentation, decision making and planning skills.
5. Knowledge of complex compensation analysis and techniques; including compliance with state and federal laws that apply to plans.
6. Ability to interpret complex data on demographics, trend analysis, and the labor market.
7. Excellent problem solving skills.
8. Ability to work independently and in a collaborative manner with HR and labor representatives, internal colleagues, administrators, and other business partners.
9. Ability to create and maintain website information.
1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a field related to area of assignment; or four years (8,000 hours) of an equivalent combination of education and work experience directly related to the skills required for successfully performing this position.
Experience used as an equivalent of an educational requirement is in addition to any experience required by the position. *
2. Five (5) years of work experience in the analysis, design and administration of benefit, compensation and classification programs.
3. Experience in cost/benefit analysis of labor contracts, settlements, etc.
4. Certification as a Certified Compensation Professional ( CCP or comparable certification) or will obtain CCP within 18 months of hire.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Madison Area Technical College - 11 months ago
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