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- Compensation Consultant
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- Shared Services
- HR Administration
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Compensation Consultant (Job Opening 429883) - Scope of Position
The Department of Human Resources supports the staff and management of The Ohio State University Medical Center. Services provided include: recruitment, training, benefits administration/processing, payroll, compensation, etc. 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.
Under general direction, assists in the development, evaluation, documentation, and implementation of Classification and Compensation programs. Specific responsibilities include consulting on organizational structures/restructures; classifying & determining pay grade levels based on market &/or internal equity; identifying & participating in salary surveys; analyzing market data to determine external competitiveness of pay ranges and pay practices. Performs modeling and cost analysis for recommendations and insures proper approval processes are followed. Also assists in developing and maintaining performance management systems; consulting with HR Recruiters and Generalists on appropriate level of pay for new hires and internal transfers that fall outside of guidelines; and serving as a resource to HR Shared Services team members in the recruitment and retention of staff. Is considered a technical expert in all Classification and Compensation functions assigned. Assist in training, mentoring and advising Compensation Analysts and/ or Senior Compensation Analysts in the execution of their duties.
Education and experience
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related area, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. CCP certification preferred.
Five or more years? experience in Human Resources, with at least three years in Classification & Compensation.
Microsoft Office, with strong Excel proficiency, required. HRIS experience preferred. Excellent analytical, negotiation, and communication skills.