Senior Compensation Analyst - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

July 10, 2015 4:57 PM | Anonymous

The Sr. Compensation Analyst at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta works with limited supervision, assisting the Manager with the development, implementation, and administration of the Children’s Compensation Programs for assigned area(s) in support of organizational goals and objectives and to ensure compliance with applicable governmental rules and regulations. Identifies issues related to compensation programs and recommends effective, timely solutions. In addition, completes special projects as assigned.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Participates in the development, implementation, and administration of Compensation Programs.
  2. Coordinates incentive plan/payout review and approval process.
  3. Coordinates and conducts compensation reviews as requested by leaders.
  4. Responsible for completing complex compensation projects with little or no supervision/guidance. Serves as a Project Lead and coordinates related activities of Compensation Analyst(s).
  5. Conducts research and analysis of compensation practices, programs, and trends. Works with Manager to identify and recommend program changes as necessary.
  6. Responsible for generating accurate and timely reports as requested by Compensation Manager, HR Centers of Excellence and System Leaders.
  7. Supports System Leaders and the HR Centers of Excellence by researching and responding to questions, interpreting policies, and otherwise assisting with compensation-related issues.
  8. May conduct internal training sessions on Compensation-related topics.

Desired Skills and Experience

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, business administration or related field.
  • Minimum of Five (5) years experience as a Compensation Analyst
  • Experience completing Job Evaluations, Market Pricing/Analyses, and Salary Surveys required.
  • Must be detail-oriented and have excellent analytical, communication, and mathematical skills.
  • Must have excellent project management skills with the ability to effectively manage multiple, completing priorities with short timeframes.
  • Must have experience using Microsoft Office Products with specific experience using Excel, Access, and Word.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS - EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

  • CCP Certification
  • Healthcare experience
  • Lawson experience
  • ePrism experience

To be formally considered for the Sr Compensation Anlayst position, please complete our online application thru our website, www.choa.org/jointheteam and select the Staff portal in the right column or contact Meghan Thrift, Professional recruiter, meghan.thrift@choa.org.  

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