Benefits, Compensation, Consultant, Legal, Total Rewards
CCP, PHR, SPHR
Government and Military, Human Resources
4 Year Degree
Responsible for developing, implementing, and administering the County's classification and pay plan; processes salary actions and advises department officials on compensation issues in order to ensure compliance with FLSA, other regulations, and internal policies. Analyzes and evaluates County jobs; collects and analyzes market data in conjunction with individual classification reviews and more comprehensive studies. Assists with administering the employee benefits programs to include health insurance, retirement, life insurance, deferred compensation, and other programs. Meets with carriers/vendors to discuss the County's program needs; surveys other localities and organizations in order to remain competitive. Researches laws affecting compensation and benefits, and makes recommendations to management on compensation and benefits related practices and procedures. Serves as the compensation functional lead on the replacement of the HRIS, a major undertaking involving all areas of Human Resources.
Bachelor's degree in human resources management or any field related to compensation and benefits and 5 to 7 years of experience in managing and designing employee compensation and benefits programs is required; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
World at Work, Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), or Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) certification preferred.
Must be familiar with federal and state regulations pertaining to compensation and benefits administration. Experience with self-funded insurance programs, defined benefit, and defined contribution retirement programs desired.
Requires strong analytical skills and good oral and written communication skills.
Personal computer experience using Microsoft Office software required.
Must possess a valid driver's license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia with good driving record required.
Yorktown is most remembered as the site where Lord Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington, effectively ending the American Revolutionary War. But even before the struggle for independence, the town was a bustling and prosperous 18th century seaport, having been established by the 1691 Act of Ports. Yorktown also witnessed major Civil War activity. Its fortifications held off a Union a...rmy attack during the Peninsula Campaign of 1862.
Today, York County is home to about 65,000 residents. York County is part of the Historic Triangle, which includes Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. This diverse region is rich in significant historical sites, as well as world-class cultural attractions, amusement parks and golf courses.