Classification & Compensation Analyst (Senior Human Resources Analyst)
Prince William County Government
May 15, 2018
ENTRY SALARY: $62,029.50 - $83
Full Time - Experienced
Area of Responsibility:
CCP, PHR, SPHR, Other
4 Year Degree
Join a team as it launches a County-wide position classification and compensation study. This long awaited project will serve as the foundation for our high performing organization and shape our future workforce.
Collaborating with a Consultant and staff from throughout the organization, the position is located mid-County and will report to the Deputy County Executive. You may be the "right fit" to join the Classification and Compensation subject expert team if you have strong communications skills, experience with broad banding evaluation programs, conducting and analyzing job audits, creating statistical reports and providing recommendations based on compensation data.
If you are looking for a unique opportunity to make a difference with an organization that relies on leadership at all levels to achieve our vision and strategic goals, apply today!
Experience using Broad Banding or Point Factor Position Evaluation systems; advanced Excel skills to provide analytical support and data analysis on classification and compensation projects, ability to communicate effectively with all level of management and provide excellent customer service, and the ability to multi-task in fast pace environment with frequently shifting priorities.
ENTRY SALARY: $62,029.50-$83,674.50
General Definition of Work, Typical tasks, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
This information is an excerpt from the full classification which describes the work to be performed in this position. For the complete class specification please click on the following link: Class Specification
Classification & Compensation Division Tasks:
Recommends amending classification plan, and allocates or classifies positions to implement results of general audits, new and changed structures, functions and technologies affecting occupational relationships within and between organizations through County government in collaboration with interested department directors, management and budget analysis and others as necessary;
Determines suitable approach and schedules job studies and analyzes positions with questionnaires, group or individual interviews, on-site observations and other techniques;
Writes and revises class specifications;
Evaluates classifications by applying established quantitative methods to recommend pay grades when investigating and presenting findings on actions, appeals and inquiries about position classifications at all levels;
Identifies labor markets, surveys participants, compensation issues and benchmark classifications;
Reviews survey responses, breaks down and summarizes data, calculates and compares statistics, prepares reports and charts results and recommends salary and benefits plan adjustments to maintain established competitive compensation strategies;
Establishes contacts and liaises with human resource professionals in other jurisdictions to maintain an ongoing exchange of human resources management information;
Responds to surveys of labor market competitors and third parties by matching County classifications to benchmarks provided and furnishing requested details of salary and employee benefit, programs, etc., and requests for policies related to employment practices.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree with major course work in Human Resource Management, Business or Public Administration, or related field, and 2-3 years professional experience as a Human Resource Management Generalist in a large organization; and 1-2 years professional experience in Classification and Compensation.
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About Prince William County Government
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