Job Title:
Compensation Sr. Analyst
Job ID:
Shared Services
HR Administration - EFS
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Position summary

Compensation Sr. Analyst (Job Opening 445245) - Scope of Position: The Department of Human Resources supports the staff and management of The Ohio State University Medical Center. The Senior Compensation Analyst will primarily support The College of Medicine, Office of Health Sciences, and Comprehensive Cancer Center. Services provided include: recruitment, training, benefits administration, payroll, compensation, and employee/labor relations. The staff of the Department of Human Resources is available to staff, faculty and administrators to provide assistance in all Human Resources matters. The staff is designed to facilitate the implementation of human resources policies and programs and the resolution of human resources related problems. Position Summary: Under moderate supervision, assists in the development, documentation, implementation and evaluation of classification and compensation programs. Specific responsibilities include assisting with reviewing organizational structures/restructures; assisting with classification & determination of grade levels based on market &/or equity; participates in assigned salary surveys; assisting with analysis of market data to determine external and internal equity of pay ranges and pay practices; assisting in developing and maintaining performance management systems; consulting with HR Recruiters and Directors to determine the appropriate level of pay for new hires and internal transfers; and serving as a resource to HR Shared Services team members in the recruitment and retention of staff. This position will be responsible for the creation and maintenance of salary structures and position management. Provides ongoing support with HRIS and Payroll projects as needed.

Education and experience

Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related area or equivalent combination of education and experience.  2 years of experience in Compensation administration, or 4 years of professional HR experience with some Compensation knowledge.  Microsoft Office expertise required, particularly at the intermediate to advanced level in Excel.  HRIS experience preferred.  Excellent verbal/ written communication skills, strong analytical, problem solving and customer service skills.