Information technology (IT) helps drive productivity, progress and growth throughout the world — and Ingram Micro is the fuel behind the IT industry’s largest and most successful manufacturers. From hardware to software, from high-end home theaters to your favorite mobile device, and from multi-million-dollar server farms to your school’s laptops, chances are all of this technology came through Ingram Micro.
A Fortune 100 company, and the largest technology distributor in the world, Ingram Micro is at the center of a $1 trillion IT industry, bringing together manufacturers of the latest and greatest technology products with the companies that ultimately sell and use them. This enables manufacturers and our customers alike to focus on running their own businesses as efficiently and profitably as possible.
How do we do it? We do it with our highly efficient global logistics engine; our world-class sales, marketing, technical and financial support organizations; and mostly, with our people – more than 15,000 strong in virtually every corner of the globe. We employ the finest people in the industry. Smart, talented, passionate, and creative individuals, working as a team toward one vision: to be universally recognized as the best way to deliver technology to the world. Because we like to take care of our own, we offer a full benefits package starting on the first day of employment, and abundant support for professional and personal advancement.
Compensation Analyst - Bilingual (English/Spanish)
Evaluates and market prices exempt and non-exempt jobs (below the executive level). Based on analysis, recommends appropriate salary ranges and compensation levels. Completes compensation surveys. Working with operational managers, develops job descriptions. Assists in the design and implementation of the company's compensation programs (base pay and variable pay programs). Responsible for coordinating, administering and monitoring these compensation programs for assigned client group(s) including client groups in Central America and South America. Provides guidance and interpretation to managers, supervisors, and employees. Conducts research and analysis. Responds to management requests regarding employee compensation.
Education: Bachelor's degree preferably in human resources, business administration, or accounting or equivalent experience.
Experience: A minimum of one year professional compensation experience. Fluency in English and Spanish required. CCP desirable. Strong analytical skills; ability to develop moderate compensation analysis required. Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills. Proficiency with computerized systems. Peoplesoft experience desirable. Skill in Microsoft Excel and Access required. Powerpoint desirable. Ability to work effectively with all levels of the organization. Ability to work effectively in a diverse work group.
Bilingual - English/Spanish
Ingram Micro - 2 years ago
Ingram Micro Inc. is the world’s largest technology distributor and a leading technology sales, marketing and logistics company. As a...