The Compensation Programs Manager will be responsible for analyzing, managing, administering, and communicating the Hospital's compensation programs including job descriptions, position evaluation, internal equity and external market analysis, salary administration, and variable pay plans. The Compensation Programs Manager will ensure that compensation programs, policies and practices enhance the Hospital's ability to attract, retain, motivate and engage employees and are compliant with regulations, union agreements, plan documents, and policies.
As a subject matter expert, the Programs Manager will counsel HR business partners and leadership on job descriptions, career ladders, and develop and recommend programs, policies, and procedures. The Programs Manager will oversee participation in salary, benefits, and HR metrics market surveys; manage the administration of incentive compensation plans, job descriptions, step and performance-based pay programs; conduct research and analysis that support labor negotiations and compensation/job-related issues. The Programs Manager will be accountable for improving salary administration and compensation management processes and will partner with others to improve management reporting, employee communications, performance management, and HRIS utilization.
Qualifications 1. BS/BA degree in human resources, business, social science, or related field. Master's degree preferred. 2. Eight years of experience in human resources and/or finance as an analyst, recruiter, specialist, or generalist with at least three years compensation or total rewards analysis experience. Certified Compensation Professional designation preferred 3. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with management staff. Proven ability to lead teams and influence outcomes. 4. Knowledge of computerized information systems used in human resources applications. PeopleSoft a plus. 5. Advanced Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Word skills including the development of complex spreadsheets and presentations, and experience preparing, documenting and presenting narrative reports and statistical analyses 6. Thorough knowledge of FLSA, DOL, ADA, EEO, and other regulatory and compliance requirements related to compensation and employment. 7. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills 8. Strong planning and project management skills 9. Attention to detail
License/Certification/Registration Requirements 1. Certified Compensation Professional designation preferred