SUMMARY : As a member of the compensation team, the Senior Compensation Analyst is responsible for the analysis, design, implementation and administration of competitive compensation programs that are innovative, compliant, and cost effective to support the organization's philosophy and business needs.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES : None
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
OTHER NECESSARY FUNCTIONS:
- Conducts research, evaluation and analyzes internal and external market research, analyzes competitive position and market trends and makes recommendations for base salary structures, market adjustments and variable pay programs. Prepares written exhibits, summaries and recommendations for market adjustments and special pay programs (shift differentials, on-call rates, incentive programs, etc.).
- Participates in complex compensation projects as well as provides guidance and support to other Human Resources team members on compensation and related matters. Work may involve complex analysis of large data sets to provide comprehensive recommendations.
- Provides advice, guidance and training to managers, employees and HR colleagues in the interpretation and administration of the organization's compensation programs and policies with a focus on service and designing programs that meet business needs. Develops and maintains effective, professional and consultative relationships.
- Conducts job evaluations for new positions to determine appropriate salary grade. Evaluates and analyzes market data, determines FLSA status, and maintains appropriate documentation regarding the review. Reviews requests for evaluations of revised job descriptions and develops recommendations. Follows appropriate procedures for review and final approvals.
- Participates in salary surveys to collect and analyze information on the organization's competitive position. Gathers data per survey requirements to determine appropriate benchmark matches and submits information to third party survey administrators. Partners with external survey vendors to ensure all requirements and deadlines are met.
- Follows all policies, procedures, ergonomic standards and safety requirements directed by GMCR and the department.
- Performs other duties as requested by management.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Bachelor’s degree in related field and or 5-8 years of experience in compensation analysis, or equivalent experience and education required.
- Thorough knowledge of compensation policies and practices, as well as federal and state wage and hour law.
- Excellent analytical and financial modeling skills. Demonstrated ability to design, communicate and implement compensation programs. Attention to detail a must and proven ability to use discretion in dealing with confidential information.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, to coach and influence others to solve business issues.
- Experience working with an HRMS application. (PeopleSoft preferred)
- Expert skills with Microsoft applications which may include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access and other web-based applications. Ability to produce complex documents, perform analysis and maintain databases.
- Ability to follow GMCR policies and procedures as well as our Operating principles.
Depending on the position for which you are applying, offers of employment made by the company are contingent upon satisfactory completion of one or all of the following: a background investigation, reference check, credit report and a basic pre-employment medical examination to determine whether you are able to perform the essential functions of your position, with or without reasonable accommodation. You may also be required to take a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, and your offer of employment is contingent upon the successful passage of that test. Details regarding the drug and alcohol test shall be provided to you under separate cover and you will be required to provide a signed acknowledgement of receipt of GMCR’s Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace policy. In addition, as a condition of employment, the company is required, under current federal regulations to certify the legal status of all employees. All employment at GMCR is contingent upon the employee presenting and maintaining authorization to work in the United States. Therefore, on your first day of employment, it will be important that you provide documentation proving both your identity and authorization to work in the United States. GMCR is an E-Verify and Equal Opportunity Employer.
- Predominately sedentary light office position with high frequency of keyboarding/computer work required (67% - 100% of the workday).
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