he American Hospital Association (AHA) is a national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities. We are currently seeking a Senior Compensation Analyst for the Human Resources department in our Chicago office.
The Senior Compensation Analyst participates in the design, development, analysis, implementation and administration of American Hospital Association’s compensation programs and strategic initiatives regarding base pay and variable pay programs. This position will collaborate with all levels of leadership to provide expertise in solving complex business challenges while supporting the overall compensation strategy. Responsible for gathering and summarizing external market data and trends, creating compensation related communication materials; and reviewing the current salary pay ranges in collaboration with the Director.
Designs, develops and executes the organization’s compensation programs, communications and resources in collaboration with supervisor.
Creates and analyzes job descriptions, including FLSA determination and grade assignment. Maintains job evaluation documentation including the online job description directory of roles within the organization.
Participates in and analyzes salary surveys and benchmarking of positions. Applies survey results and other metrics for rates and pay grade assignments, annual merit recommendations, market adjustments, salary ranges and other organizational needs.
Provides guidance on the resolution of classification/salary inquiries.
Participates in and analyzes compensation surveys as part of the annual competitive market analysis to prepare compensation recommendations.
Assists recruiter with compensation offers or equity reviews. Assists payroll team with processing retro pay, incentive payments and other compensation incentives.
Assists with annual salary planning and forecasting of jobs and ranges for the organization’s compensation program to evaluate internal equity, external competitiveness and legal compliance with pay practices.
Assists with the annual incentive and variable pay program administration.
Researches and administers new or changing compensation practices to comply with all federal/state/local regulations.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Desired fields of study: Human Resources or related.
Years of experience may be substituted for education.
5-7 years experience with a minimum of 5 years of experience in the analysis, design, and/or administration of compensation programs.
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) certification is preferred.
Experience in framing and collaboratively solving highly complex problems through quantitative and qualitative compensation analyses.
Broad knowledge of compensation-related strategies, activities and processes including modeling.
Advanced knowledge of compensation administration and applicable laws and regulations.
Advanced Excel skills (v-lookups, pivot tables) is required.
Intermediate computer and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) skills are required.
HRIS compensation planning experience, Ultimate Software is a plus.
Ability to learn new technology.
Experience using survey databases and compensation platforms.
The AHA is the organization that represents and services all types of hospitals and healthcare systems to provide the best quality of hear.
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