Compensation Analyst - Human Resources

University of Tennessee Health Science Center


JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

The Compensation Analyst works directly with administrative leaders, faculty and HR professionals, as a subject matter expert in the areas of job classification, job description development, pay equity, market benchmarking and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) compliance. This position conducts job analyses to determine proper classification and recommends the appropriate job title, salary range, and FLSA exemption status of new and existing positions; responds to salary surveys, and assists with overall administration of compensation programs in the Human Resources Department at University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Performs job analysis and review of position classification and reclassification requests and recommends appropriate title and salary range; quality controls the job classification process for both existing positions and newly created positions, performing job audits as appropriate.
  2. Researches and analyzes competitive compensation practices in the job market.
  3. Performs analyses of employee compensation for internal equity and external competitiveness.
  4. Develops and writes job descriptions, accurately describing job content. Reviews and creates job postings of vacant positions to determine appropriateness of posted qualifications and salary levels.
  5. Reviews and oversees the career ladder process among appropriate business unit to ensure overall consistency and appropriateness of application.
  6. Assists and collaborates, as appropriate, in the planning, coordination, facilitation, administration, and reporting of the annual performance evaluation review for regular staff employees.
  7. Assists and collaborates with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resources, Compensation Team Leader, and appropriate Department Heads with organizational structure development, reorganization, job design, and related issues.
  8. Provides advice, training, and support to Human Resources Consultants and the University community, as appropriate, in the application of compensation management principles, guidelines, procedures, and best practices.
  9. Participates in large special projects as assigned, including conducting research, analyzing data or results, and drafting summary reports or presentations in conjunction with school-wide or University wide initiatives. Runs various reports.
  10. Reviews and makes recommendations regarding supplemental (ADA, Spot Bonus) pay request.
  11. Receives, reviews, and investigates probationary and annual performance evaluations.
  12. Performs salary surveys, by completing submitted requests by outside organizations, typically higher education institutions or for major survey companies.
  13. Performs FLSA determinations, collects org charts, and works on special projects.
  14. Performs other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  

 

EDUCATION:  Bachelor’s Degree in human resources, business administration or other related field. (TRANSCRIPT REQUIRED)

 

EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years of experience in compensation administration, human resources or closely related field. Working knowledge of SAP preferred. Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others. Experience with database, spreadsheet and word processing programs. Analytical and report writing skills. Excellent presentation, consulting, verbal, and written communication skills. High level of integrity and professionalism with a balanced approach to problem solving and maintaining confidentiality. Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws and regulations governing compensation. Highly organized with ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Strong customer service orientation and ability to establish solid working relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Ability to foster collaborative relationships with vendors, managers, colleagues, and employees at various levels.

 

LICENSE/CERTIFICATION: Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designation preferred. Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification (SHRM-CP) or taking classes towards certification preferred. (COPY OF LICENSE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED)       

 

WORK SCHEDULE: This position may occasionally travel.


Link to apply: https://ut.taleo.net/careersection/ut_health_science_center/jobdetail.ftl?job=19000000PS&tz=GMT-05%3A00




Senior HR Systems Analyst

Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare


Summary

From a staff position, and under very limited supervision, functions as a member of various multi-disciplinary teams with complex assignments in HR Information Technologies.  Demonstrates expert analytical skills and extensive clinical and business knowledge with expertise in one or more of these areas.  Independently designs, develops, enhances, and tests complete systems of complex HR Information Technology applications using various tools in support of business operations and workflow.  Takes initiative and exercises independent judgment to resolve urgent problems.  Acts with broad authority when necessary to resolve emergencies. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision and Values. 


Education/Experience/Licensure Requirements

BA/BS in an HR discipline, Computer Science or other applicable degree and Four (4) years of HR information systems experience required.

MS in an HR discipline or other applicable degree preferred.

Previous information systems experience in healthcare preferred.

High school diploma or GED and eight (8) years of related experience may be substituted in lieu of degree.


Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

Demonstrated ability to work independently and to consistently exercise sound judgment and initiative in a wide range of circumstances.

Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office.

Ability to read, comprehend and prepare moderately complex written materials such as software documentation.

Ability to communicate verbally and in writing information management concepts and methods to non-technical users.

Ability to conduct current state and future state analysis.


Key Job Responsibilities

From a senior perspective, identifies and plans for current and future customer requirements.  Analyzes complex business and technical problems.

Designs, develops, tests and documents complex standard application software or directs these activities when necessary.

Pro-actively reviews, recommends and implements data security, integrity, backup and recovery procedures for entire systems.

Stays current on all emerging information technology relevant to assigned systems.

Responds on a 7/24 on call basis to application and customer problems; ensures that any problem within his/her ability to correct is addressed in a timely and professional manner.


Physical Requirements

Normal office environment.

Frequent on call for emergencies and support.

Must be able to read, write and communicate both orally and in writing.

Must be able to lift, pull and carry up to 10 lbs. periodically.

Must be able to stand, walk, climb stairs, sit in one place, squat and kneel periodically throughout shift.

Must be able to reach, bend and twist periodically throughout shift.

Must have good balance and coordination.

Use of hands for repetitive hand and wrist motion.

Must have good hand eye coordination.

Must be able to travel locally occasionally.


Link to apply: https://jobs.methodisthealth.org/job/Memphis-HR-Systems-Analyst-Sr-Job-TN-37501/544421000/


        Manager, Retirement Benefits

        Hilton


        As the Manager of Retirement Benefits, you will provide strategic insights and project management of U.S.

        retirement plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution, and plans for international assignees. You will also support corporate governance of US benefit plans; leads activities of external service providers such as: benefit plan consultants, legal advisors and administrators regarding retirement plan communication.

        More specifically, you will:

        • Partner in the development of Team Member communication and education strategy for retirement plans and financial well-being.
        • Develop and distribute all department communications and tools in conjunction with our vendors and consultants.
        • Monitor the retirement and financial landscape for proposed strategic improvements.
        • Analyze and summarize financial and statistical data and provide design recommendations to management and key internal partners.
        • Utilize critical thinking and both quantitative and qualitative analytical skills for complex projects and summarize findings in a concise manner.
        • Support Global Benefits governance committees with the oversight of benefit plans.
        • Run projects including data research, benchmarking, program analysis, timeline development, and coordination of inquiries from key partners and vendors.
        • Handle communications and education efforts.
        • Lead activities across internal teams such as: Finance, HR, HRIS, Communication, and Legal.
        • Recommend streamlining and improvements for employee benefits.
        • Drive the research, analysis, development/revision and implementation of retirement benefit and financial programs that are designed to maintain objectives and ambitious position in the marketplace.

         

        Direct Reports: Senior Analyst, Retirement Benefits (x2)

        What are we looking for?

        The success in this role will demonstrate itself through the following attributes and skills:

        • Ability to tell the story by develop storyboards utilizing analytics, industry trends, benchmarking and strategic insights that will drive decision-making.
        • Leaders who excel at mentorship, provide effective performance feedback to direct reports, and communicate results and areas for improvement, all while leading by example.
        • Experienced relationship builder to craft ties with business partners, both internal and external, to provide excellent benefits for the Team.
        • Thrive in a dynamic environment with a sense of urgency.
        • Persuasive communicators who will positively influence Hilton’s partners and who will communicate effectively at all levels.
        • Ability to drive team members' communications.
        • Problem solvers who are flexible and creative in finding solutions for hard problems.
        • Superb attention to detail with a high level of accuracy.
        • Passionate presenters who will help us put our best foot forward, assisting with compiling presentations to communicate progress and success.
        • Strong social, verbal and writing skills.
        • Excellent organizational skills and ability to lead and execute multiple work streams at once.
        • Discretion and confidentiality regarding sensitive information.
        • Solid project management skills, including organizing, prioritizing and managing resources.
        • Willingness to travel occasionally as required.

         

        To fulfill this role successfully, you should demonstrate the following minimum qualifications:

        • BA/BS Bachelor’s Degree
        • Seven (7) years of professional experience
        • Three (3) years of management experience
        • Three (3) years of HR or Finance related experience (i.e. retirement, compensation, benefits, total rewards, finance, accounting etc.)
        • Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Word skills

        It would be helpful in this position for you to demonstrate the following capabilities and distinctions:

        • MA/MS Master’s Degree with emphasis in analytics or business
        • Nine (9) years of professional experience
        • Experience in Total Rewards, Compensation or Benefits

         Link to apply: https://jobs.hilton.com/job/Manager%2C-Retirement-Benefits-Americas/J3Q0FD5VW2DL9212T2M

         

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