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Compensation and HR Data Manager

Company: City of Charleston
Location: Charleston
Posted on: March 20, 2023

Job Description:

JOB The Compensation and HR Data Manager works as a part of the Human Resources team managing the day-to-day operations of the compensation function and the City's position classification systems The position serves as a classification and compensation expert who is the subject matter expert in the design and maintenance of compensation programs. This position is a key member of the HR Team and will work closely with staff members in other departments and other members of the HR team, and a variety of City-wide leaders. This position reports to the Deputy Director of HR. EXAMPLE OF DUTIES Classification and Compensation Program Management: Oversees the administration of job classification and compensation programs including job descriptions, pay structures, market salary review, job assessments, FLSA reviews; works in partnership with City leaders and other HR professionals to design and/or maintain related programs that address organizational needs and trends in a variety of specialty areas; assists in developing and implementing the compensation strategy and philosophy that aligns with the mission of the City; participates in and analyzes results of salary surveys to ensure that the compensation program remains internally equitable and competitive with the external market; Provides guidance into the creation, evaluation, and maintenance of all job descriptions ensuring that job descriptions are accurate, current, easily available, and legally compliant.; and develops a project plan for ongoing job description review to ensure that documentation remains up to date.Planning: Completes research and makes recommendations as part of planning efforts in the areas of total compensation, job classification, workforce optimization, and compliance with federal, state, and local laws as well as organizational priorities, practices and policies; collects data and input from employees to help inform decisions; collaborates, partners, and leads others to ensure a good understanding of where classification and compensation intersect with other programs and initiatives.Performance Management: Assist with the designing, planning and implementing an ongoing, effective Performance Management system.Customer Service: Responds to and proactively identifies concerns and challenges pertaining to job design, organizational structure, and compensation programs; escalates situations that arise and require assistance from others; communicates with employees of all levels in the organization with the intent of providing exceptional customer service, educating and informing others in relevant areas of expertise; handles questions and inquiries for general human resources topics as well as relevant areas of expertise; supports work teams with coordination of specialty compensation programs, such as career progression, market analysis, incentives, and a wide variety of compensation strategies that address unique needs in a variety of different departments, focus areas, and industries.Technology: Oversees and manages a variety of processes that require transactions and data entry into human resources information system (HRIS) and other systems; completes research to identify technology solutions that improve accuracy, efficiency, or introduce innovation that meets identified needs; participates in the process of implementing new systems by serving as a leader in managing the transition or managing projects related to new system implementation.Data, Reports, & Performance Measures: Uses data to provides routine and ad hoc reports, performance measures, and analysis regarding areas of opportunity and trends in a variety of HR areas, particularly total compensation and employee retention.Special Projects: Leads or participates in special projects that may require research and analysis while working in collaboration with other subject matter experts and stakeholders.Supervise assigned personnel. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Provide regular feedback and evaluate employee performance. Provide for training and development. Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Three (3) or more years of experience, including one (1) year in a lead or supervisory capacity, participating in or leading classification and compensation program design and maintenance, including market studies, job assessments, and workforce strategy supporting a variety of job types. Demonstrated leadership, teamwork, creativity, and problem-solving skills are required. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Public Administration, or other related field of study is required. Education can be substituted with four (4) years of directly related experience in the design and maintenance of classification and compensation programs. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Licenses and Certificates: Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), SHRM-SCP or CP certification, and/or SPHR/ PHR.Technology: Experience with Workday.Experience working in public sector.

Keywords: City of Charleston, Charleston , Compensation and HR Data Manager, Executive , Charleston, South Carolina

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