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Who We Are Classification and Compensation is responsible for providing classification and compensation services, which include but are not limited to, job analyses, organizational design, compensation analysis, maintenance of the classification system, salary equity reviews, and creating/revising position descriptions.
Position Summary The Classification and Compensation Analyst III is the senior technical level of this series and reports to the Chief of Classification and Compensation. The incumbent researches and analyzes position descriptions for classification and compensation, evaluates Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) status implications and legal applications and reviews employee coding if and when applicable. They perform benchmarking regarding compensation and classification of positions both internally and externally. The position also compiles salary information for salary surveys and consults with departments on salary planning, compensation practices, promotions, waivers, and issues related to pay application and policy adherence. The Classification and Compensation Analyst III often performs duties that have City-wide impact and involves working with a wide variety of individuals and groups with different needs/concerns.
Examples of Duties:
Participate in compensation surveys and analyze survey results to benchmark positions, identify market trends and make sound compensation decisions.
Counsel and advise managers, supervisors and employees for competitive hiring and to ensure adherence to Classification and Compensation policies, procedures, and practices.
Utilize market data and internal comparables to assist in the revision, development, and maintenance of municipal salary structures and ranges.
Establish and maintain relationships with internal and external key stakeholders that include, but are not limited to: Human Resource leaders and individual contributors, departments and divisions, and industry contacts.
Evaluate existing programs, procedures, policies, and systems to support continuous improvement initiatives and develop new and innovative solutions to identified problems.
Support management and administrative staff who formulate and effectuate management policies during collective bargaining.
Conduct job evaluations and analyses to determine appropriate job and pay levels and FLSA exemption classifications.
Assist in the development of moderate to complex compensation reports, metrics and tools.
Develop and manage project, communication, and training plans to support the creation and implementation of compensation programs and processes.
Assist in the administration of merit planning activities throughout the fiscal year.
Interface with other Human Resources functions (i.e. HRIS, Recruitment, Employee Services) to ensure accurate compensation data is entered and updated in HRIS.
Develop and revise job descriptions, job titles, and job codes.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What you need to bring:
Bachelor's degree in Business, Human Resources, or related field.
Minimum three (3) years' experience in Compensation required.
We prefer you also bring:
Advanced knowledge of compensation analysis and job evaluation
Strong Excel Experience
Strong strategic, analytic, problem-solving and organizational skills
Experience managing medium to large compensation projects
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designation
Licenses and Certifications
May be required to periodically participate in continuing education opportunities in related professional development categories.
Equivalency Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be substituted to meet the education and experience requirement of this position.
About City of Detroit
This government office is the engine that runs Motor City. The City of Detroit is governed by a mayor and an elected nine-member council -- one of the few in the US that serve as a full-time legislative body. Together, they are charged with the administration of city government, comprising some 70 different departments and agencies, including budget, police, water and sewage, the Detroit Film Office, and workforce development. The city's metropolitan area (Metro Detroit) covers some 3,900 square miles with about 4,425,000 residents. Internationally known for auto manufacturing, Detroit is also home to the Motown sound and a professional sports teams, including the Detroit Pistons, Lions, Tigers, and Red Wings.
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