The Office of Human Resources, Compensation Division is currently seeking a Sr. Compensation & Performance Analyst to support the maintenance and the evaluation of compensation and performance management programs. Responsiblities include salary and performance administration functions, as well as conducting internal and external audits, market analyses, and job description review processes including Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and EEO-1 classifications.
The selected candidate will also support the performance review process through reporting, conducting audits, testing and assisting with the communication plan. This role also participates in the implementation of process and system improvements.
Evaluating highly complex administrative and staff positions in the University’s classification and compensation programs, in accordance with HR departmental goals and in compliance with related rules and regulations
Executing job description review process, including but not limited to performing job analysis to determine the appropriate EEO-1 classification and exemption status under FLSA
Maintaining the job descriptions library, including maintenance and auditing of job descriptions
Providing analytical support related to the development, design, and maintenance of compensation programs
Administering compensation cycle and assisting with the communication plan and aggregating pay recommendations to ensure an accurate and smooth approval reporting process
Providing support to field HR on compensation-related activities and projects
Researching, collecting and analyzing internal and external compensation data, including actively benchmarking competitor compensation practices
Participating in and supporting implementation of compensation management and performance review processes and recommending improvements
Providing HR Analytics support for compensation and performance management systems
Administering functions of the performance management system including testing, generating compliance reports, and assisting end-users with functionality
Conducting audits of technical competencies and ensuring updates to applicable HR and internal employee development systems
Providing guidance and counseling on performance management initiatives; and developing, coordinating and implementing workforce development and succession planning programs
Overseeing development and implementation of core competencies, core values and key performance measures
Providing ongoing oversight and support to ensure performance measures are being used to effectively manage operations, identify and manage risks and effect organizational change
Analyzing and interpreting HR Data, including turnover data, to identify opportunity areas and develop plans to address concerns
Analyzing and interpreting information gathered through engagement and exit surveys; reporting findings and recommendations to the senior leadership team.
Other duties as assigned by a Central HR Administrator
Bachelor’s degree (required) with a minimum of three (3) years of experience. Experience must be in Compensation.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Excel, Power Point, and Outlook
Knowledge of SAP / SuccessFactors cloud or similar products
Demonstrated experience with data analysis/manipulation
Prior experience in base pay design/administration including job evaluation, benchmarking and market pricing
HR Systems experience including audit and report generation
Ability to create and analyze data efficiently and accurately by utilizing data analysis tools (i.e., V-Lookup and similar formulas, Pivot tables, etc.)
Familiarity evaluating markets and trends affecting pay practices
Background working with performance management processes and/or systems
The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.
The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.
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