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March 17, 2017
Human Resources Department
Administrative Office of the Courts, Annapolis, MD
$86,907 - $93,846 (Depending on Qualifications)
Join our progressive workplace as the Manager of Classification and Salary Administration! With your expertise for the design and implementation of innovative compensation strategies, you will provide invaluable support to the Maryland Judiciaries compensation and classification structures.
The Manager of Classification and Salary Administration performs management level human resources staff work with managerial responsibility for all aspects of classification and salary administration for the Maryland Judiciary Human Resources Department (JHRD). The incumbent will manage a staff of HR professionals, performing duties such as, but not limited to: serving as a compensation expert and advising leadership on best compensation practices, strategies, and initiatives to meet the goals and objectives of the organization; assessing, developing and implementing compensation strategies and initiatives to ensure competitive compensation levels for all positions for the entire organization; conducting market analysis of all positions to ensure compensation levels for all positions remain externally competitive and internally equitable; implementing market analysis results within the boundaries of financial feasibility; researching and compiling data reports on Judicial Compensation for the Maryland Judiciary Compensation Committee; interpreting and providing clarification of human resource policies, practices and procedures to Judiciary executives, managers, HR liaisons and employees. Responsible for the development and implementation of metrics, goals, objectives and programs for JHRD’s Office of Classification and Salary Administration; assessment of those metrics, goals, objectives and programs as it relates to the fulfillment of the Judiciary’s and JHRD’s overall goals and objectives, including, but not limited to: policy development, resolving complex and sensitive classification and salary problems and program issues.
Knowledge of human resources policies and procedures, and federal, state and other applicable human resources related laws, rules, regulations and ordinances specifically related to classification and salary administration. Knowledge of research techniques used in collecting, tabulating, evaluating, and presenting data. Knowledge of the application of universal job evaluation systems. Knowledge of human resources management theories, policies, and practices. Knowledge of analytical procedures and techniques used in organizing and conducting studies and analyses of jobs, organizations, work methods, programs and operations. Knowledge of the use and application of Human Resource Information Systems. Knowledge of word processing, database, spreadsheet, and graphic computer software applications. Skill in defining problems, conducting research, collecting data, establishing facts, drawing valid conclusions, and formulating recommendations. Skill and expertise in applying point factor systems. Ability to operate a personal computer. Ability to interpret and apply policies, procedures, regulations, and laws. Ability to resolve complex human resource problems by applying various methodologies and deciding between several alternative solutions. Ability to apply and demonstrate strong analytical and organizational skills. Ability to provide guidance and accurate information to managers, staff and administrative officials. Ability to develop presentations, special studies, and project reports. Ability to maintain a harmonious and effective working relationship with supervisors, subordinates, public officials, and the general public. Ability to develop and execute a work plan for classification and compensation operations and projects, including establishing and/or recommending goals and objectives. Ability to defend actions to supervisors, managers, and employee. Ability to coordinate work with other Human Resources units and external departments and agencies. Ability to work well with groups and committees. Ability to communicate effectively.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Four (4) years of professional human resources experience in the area of compensation and two (2) years supervising or managing professional staff.
Professional human resources work experience as defined above may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to four years of the required education.
A certificate or degree in human resource or business management may be substituted for the required two years supervising or managing professional staff.
Additional Salary Information: Salary depends on qualifications