The Manager of Compensation, HRIS, Benefits & Medical will be responsible for conducting or supporting the research, design, implementation, and administration of various local and regional benefits, compensation, HRIS and medical programs to ensure compliance with various federal, state, and local legislation, and ensure timely processing and completion of various benefits, compensation, HRIS and medical activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Monitor the effectiveness of compensation policies, programs, guidelines and procedures; work with North American Compensation team to recommend plan revisions which are cost effective and consistent with compensation trends and corporate objectives.
Management of the annual wage planning/merit increase/bonus process to ensure alignment with the Company’s budget and a competitive structure within the market.
Strong collaboration with the North American Compensation Team, HR staff, and business leaders to perform job analyses and to evaluate new and revised positions.
Manage and implement local incentive programs.
Coordinate with regional expatriate management and recruiting teams to assist with expatriate compensation and benefits programs; manage compensation and benefits for domestic rotations within the business group.
Manage local HR Information Systems
Participate and support regional HRIS strategies to maintain data integrity
Ensure systems are well managed to provide highly reliable data.
Work with HR team to support HRIS reporting and data analytics.
Oversee administration of U.S. employee health and welfare benefit plans; respond to and coordinate employee communications and questions.
Oversee administration of the U.S. 401(k) plan, including year-end processes and reporting.
Manage all aspects of ACA-related reporting.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge base of benefit plan trends, standards of practice, and legal requirements; work with North American Benefits team as a subject matter expert to continuously improve benefits processes and offerings.
Manage the leave of absence for FMLA, short-term disability, long-term disability process
Monitor the Workers’ Compensation Program and associated costs.
Oversee operations at both on-site Occupational Health Medical Department and vendor- run off-site Family Health Center and Pharmacy.
Oversee Health and Wellness Programs.
Set annual goals and objectives that align with business group objectives.
Manage, train, provide performance feedback and assign duties to direct reports to ensure productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.
Maintain working knowledge of legislation that may affect compensation and benefits policies/practices, including ACA, ERISA, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, COBRA and other applicable Department of Labor (DOL) and/or tax laws and regulations; fulfills compliance and reporting requirements.
Manage department budget of $2 million+.
Other duties as assigned
Minimum Level of Education and Training Required
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, and 10 or more years of relevant experience supporting manufacturing, automotive, and/or engineering organizations, including proven experience in Compensation, HRIS, Benefits, Workers Compensation and Occupational Health activities.
Minimum Level of Knowledge and Skills Required
Strong knowledge of employment, benefits and workers compensation-related laws and regulations.
At least two years of experience with HRIS administration and reporting, preferably in Oracle Fusion.
At least 3 years of Medical and/or occupational health management experience.
Ability to analyze statistics and trends. Strong track record of accuracy and the ability to tell a story and identify organization implications from the data.
Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills.
Exhibited ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks/objectives.
In-depth knowledge of compensation and benefits procedures and terms.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Three to five years of experience managing and leading exempt professionals.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
*Reasonable Accommodations may be provided to qualified individuals with ADA supported disabilities
Typically, the position exerts up to 10 pounds of force and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to move an inanimate object. Visual requirements include color, depth perception and field of vision. Physical requirements include standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, talking, hearing and repetitive motions. Position work environment is typically indoors in pleasant, well-lighted area with comfortable temperatures and in a controlled environment where no significant amounts of dust, fumes or odors. Unavoidable accidents and health hazards are unlikely.
Additional Salary Information: Market Competitive Salary, Benefits and 401(k) match.