The Compensation Analyst will provide a broad range of analysis, data management and research in the administration of the University’s compensation programs. This position will make recommendations to leadership to improve systems and processes. Assists in the design, planning, development and administration of a University Compensation structure. Develops and executes in depth processes to ensure compliance with the Southern New Hampshire plan Documents, Federal Regulations and internal policies.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide support in the administration of compensation related questions for 9000+ employees nationwide.
- Provide project management coordination for a variety of compensation and Total Rewards projects.
- Provide compensation and retirement reports, metrics and data analysis.
- Administers compensation policies and other Total Rewards offerings. This includes data management, consulting with management, salary administration, preparing annual census and retirement plan distributions.
- Will ensure all compensation recommendations are in compliance with federal and state mandates.
- Will oversee vendor relationships and assist in ensuring vendor compliance.
- Assists with communications, meetings and programs for managers and associates.
- Assists in data collection for the preparation of all filling requirements, data feeds and calculations for vendors and employee notices.
- Follow law changes or design changes, assist in working with legal to update plan documents, policies and administrative procedures.
- Responsible for data accuracy and quality and adherence to timelines.
- Exercise good judgement and confidentiality with compensation information.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Finance or equivalent education required.
- 5+ years’ experience in a business setting, customer service and data management.
- 2+ years applied experience with market studies, surveys and creating/maintaining salary structures.
- 2+ years of exposure to Total Rewards (Benefits, Retirement plans, etc.).
- Strong knowledge in federal and state compliance with compensation administration.
- Detail-oriented with strong organizational and project management skills able to work well under deadlines in a changing environment and perform multiple tasks effectively and concurrently.
- Demonstrated ability to manage relationships with both internal and external customers.
- Excellent communication skills both oral and written with strong presentation skills.
- Demonstrated consultation, analytical, and problem solving skills to identify, analyze and propose solutions to challenges.
- Advanced Excel skills with demonstrated technical proficiency in other MS Office products (Access, PowerPoint, and Word) required with functional/technical proficiency with HR/Benefits systems.
- Ability to work individually with limited supervision and/or as a team.
- Prefer 4 - 6 years’ experience as a Total Rewards Analyst, and 2 years minimum specifically in compensation with some exposure to Retirement plan management.
- Certified Compensation Analyst (CCA) preferred.
- Experience in a large multi-unit geographic separated business preferred.
Workday hours are M-F 8am-4:30pm with occasional weekend or evening hours as business needs dictate.
Please reply to:
Renée Dickson, PMP, CCA | Director, Compensation and Retirement Plan Operations