The Compensation Analyst supports the mission of the US Olympic Committee by developing compensation systems and programs that drive and support a culture of high-performance among USOC team members. Primary duties include job analysis, statistical compensation analysis, external benchmarking, job pricing, and creating and editing job descriptions. Other duties include assisting in the deployment of a career development program and maintaining status on career progression for identified team members. This position reports to the Director of Talent and Rewards and is based in Colorado Springs. This position is part time (30 hours a week) and salary will be prorated based on 30 hours a week to reflect the salary range of $39,619-$50,704.
A successful candidate must be knowledgeable of best practices in compensation and career development, and must be a customer-focused, consultative solution provider.
Duties & Responsibilities
In consultation with managers, define job descriptions and perform pricing activities for new and existing positions by applying USOC’s compensation philosophy and processes.
Perform annual benchmarking process for USOC positions and work with organization leaders to develop and maintain competitive pay practices.
Design and implement market-driven compensation systems and programs for compensation for application across the organization.
Perform organizational needs assessments to assist in the design and deployment of career development programs defining career progressions for USOC team members.
Participate in market compensation surveys. Determine job comparability, author response data, review survey results and develop and maintain metrics regarding salary progressions and trends in relevant talent markets.
Ensure compliance with and application of applicable labor, wage and hour laws including exemption classifications. Conduct audits, both periodic and on demand to ensure job classification is consistent across the organization.
Support the USOC talent strategy by maintaining market competitive pay practices for critical workforce segments.
Procure the services of and direct the activities of compensation consultants to assist in program development and deliverable production.
Analyze compensation data and prepare briefings for multiple audiences including managers, senior leaders, and Board of Directors.
Additional administrative duties as required.
Minimum Qualifications Required
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Organizational Management, or Human Resource Management
Licensure & Certification:
Preferred: Certification in Compensation (i.e. Certified Compensation Professional)
5 years of relevant experience in compensation processing and program development
Preferred experience with providing solutions in a customer-focused, consultative manner
Intermediate proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Desired business competency in advanced data analysis
Strong communicator including excellent listening skill, conscientious self-disclosure, ease in establishing rapport, and ability to influence others
Tools, Equipment, & Conditions
Office environment in multi-story building
Standard office equipment
Must be able to travel approximately 10% annually
Colorado Springs Downtown Headquarters
United States Olympic Committee - 19 months ago
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