Position Summary: This position is responsible for the administration of the District’s compensation programs. Evaluates jobs, determines pay grades, participates in compensation surveys, and performs associated analysis.
Essential Functions / Key Responsibilities
1. Administers, and assists in developing and implementing compensation policies and programs.
2. Conducts analyses of jobs, hourly wages and salaries to evaluate internal equity, external competitiveness, and legal compliance of the company's pay practices.
3. Participates in compensation surveys to collect and analyze competitive salary information to determine company's competitive position.
4. Reviews requests for job analysis, including requests for new job titles or changes to existing jobs’ job descriptions, and approves changes if necessary.
5. Evaluates jobs for content and prepares job descriptions reflecting job responsibilities, activities, duties and requirements.
6. Conducts job analysis and recommends appropriate salary grades or market rates for specific jobs according to compensation guidelines.
7. Reviews requests for new or revised classifications to determine appropriate salary grade assignment.
8. Formulates recommendations regarding development of company salary structure, FLSA exemptions, job revisions and organizational structures.
9. Generates reports as requested using data from HRIS system downloads. Assists in the generation and analysis of compression reports, market adjustment reports, out-of-range reports, exemption change reports, etc.
10. Regularly evaluates salary structure (including pay grades and ranges) and compensation policies; recommends changes based on salary survey data and internal equity.
11. Prepares special studies and recommendations on supplemental pay plans. Advises management on compensation actions for employees.
12. Performs other related duties as assigned within the appropriate skill and experience capabilities expected for this position.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or 4 years equivalent experience
• 2 or more years’ experience in Compensation
• Candidate must have satisfactory outcome of fingerprinting background check. Non-refundable fee (approximately $50.00) paid by the applicant
• 5 or more years’ experience in Compensation
• Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or similar certification preferred Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• Strong verbal and written communication, interpersonal, project management, decision making, and time management skills.
• Strong presentation and public speaking skills.
• Good understanding of HRIS systems.
• Proficient with compensation research and data analysis • Strong problem-solving skills
• Ability to meet aggressive deadlines.
• Ability to process, manipulate, and summarize reports. Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity, a collaborative leadership style and high ethical standards.
• Develops and maintains effective and positive relationships with staff, students, and families.
• Ability to comply with state, district, and school regulations and policies for staff, including daily attendance, punctuality, and confidentiality.
• Ability to comply with the Texas Educators’ Code of Ethics
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