Sr Analyst Compensation

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Sr Analyst Compensation

Essential Functions/Core Responsibilities  

• Analyze, design, and implement the organization's compensation programs including, but not limited to, job evaluations, salary administration, short and long term incentive programs, executive compensation, sales compensation, deferred compensation, or compensation technology and tools
 

    

• Provide comprehensive analysis and reporting to consult with management on effective decision making, develop clear visuals to communicate findings

    

• Perform job evaluation, market pricing, and ad-hoc compensation analyses

    

• Partner with stakeholders to develop and implement innovative, creative, and proactive compensation solutions that are consistent with the organization's overall strategies

    

• Conduct complex cost modeling for compensation initiatives, partnering with Finance stakeholders

    

• Execute and assist with design of merit, incentive, and other cyclical compensation programs and processes

    

• Review and approve proposed compensation adjustments for compliance/adherence to established guidelines, policies, and practices

    

• Evaluate programs and reviews trends, changes in legislation/regulation, and/or advancements in technology to develop recommendations and execute changes and improvements

    

• May assist with participation and analysis of global or local compensation surveys

    

Candidate Profile  

• 4 -6 Years of Experience

    

• Bachelor's Degree Preferred

    

• Experience with Workday and MarketPay preferred

    

• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.  Ability to effectively present information to internal and external associates

    

• Advanced Microsoft Office and Excel skills

    

• Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize projects in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented business environment

    

• Demonstrated ability to take initiative and ownership with focus on continuous improvement

    

• Excellent attention to detail

    

• Demonstrated ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret

    

Career Framework Role  

Requires in-depth knowledge and experience.  Broad application of principles, theories and concepts in applicable discipline.  Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective using existing solutions.  Works independently; receives minimal guidance.  Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience.  Represents the level at which career may stabilize for many years or even until retirement.