204013 - Senior Compensation Analyst
Industry
PRO
Region
PA-Pennsylvania
City
King of Prussia
State
PA
Rate
$45 to $52.88 DOE
Duration
12 months
Description


Chipton-Ross is seeking a Senior Compensation Analyst for a hybrid contract opportunity in King of Prussia, PA.

This is a hybrid position. Candidate will be required to be onsite at least one day a week. The rest of the week will be worked remotely.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Compensation planning and administration 40%)

Manage participation in compensation surveys. Lead the gathering for insights by researching and networking with
other companies to keep abreast of best practices and trends in compensation

Responsible for participating in the benchmarking processes to gather and analyze market data in order to evaluate roles and determine competitiveness of our salaries and bonus programs. Provide complete job evaluation and market pricing analysis, develop cost modeling, facilitate cyclical comp planning. Build and develop salary ranges and pay grade structures. Use market data to analyze and assess the organization's competitive position.


Partner with HRBPs and business clients to review and level jobs descriptions and prepare salary recommendations; provide guidance and direction in all compensation matters ensuring that our compensation philosophy and salary administration guidelines are consistently being followed.

Design and build compensation metrics, reports and tools to make informed compensation program decisions and analyze business outcomes. Conduct financial modeling to ensure viability of programs

Collaborate in the development of compensation systems' design. Building salary structures, creating processes for salary increases and administration, determining approach to variable pay and helping to provide education to employees, managers, and business leaders.

Complete and participate in various compensation surveys. Research and network with other companies and to keep abreast of best practices and trends in compensation.


Compliance Reporting
Ensure pay practices are complaint with U.S. federal and state requirements.

Work with vendor to complete EEO-1, AAP, California, Illinois and OFCCP reporting's' annually

Annual Merit and Bonus Programs (25%)
Participate in and supports the annual Merit, Bonus, Equity Programs. Create materials to effectively communicate compensation programs, policies and practices to employees and leaders. Act as project manager for the following segments of the annual programs:

Merit Budget Recommendations: Accesses survey information for regions currently supported by Client (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, and Argentina) for the Merit Budget Planning process. Recommendations are summarized for executive review and submission to Corporate (France). Recommend/implement annual salary structure movements for same countries.


AIP (Annual Incentive Plan) Process for U.S. Canada and Mexico: Prepares the Success Factors (SF) system to upload year-end employee data used to calculate incentive payments for salaried and non-union hourly employees. This entails updating information for over 70 unique bonus plans/algorithms. Obtain approval for AIP plan design. Configures Success Factors for the upcoming plan year. Finalize bonus payouts prepare system to generate employee statements for viewing (via the SF tool).


Executive TR Process: Builds year-end Total Reward Executive Template that captures BU/Functional goal achievement and calculates the incentive ($) outcome, as well as proposing a base pay adjustment. Once submission is reviewed and approved by France (Corporate), the template is used to generate customized executive Total Reward Statements for U.S. executives.

Global Success Factors Implementation (5%)
Works with other Client HR employees on Global Success Factors design and implementation over the next several years. As key member of Compensation team, tests and helps migrate current U.S. Success Factors bonus program to the global compensation framework that is developed over the next 3 - 24 months.

Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP) (10%)
On a biennial basis, acts as U.S. project manager for subscription coordinated by Client Headquarters (France). Work and partner on project team form other functional groups. Project activities include updating employee eligibility files, participating in project meetings with France, coordinating the collection of (field) employee enrollment via plants/field office representatives, testing of the enrollment system, updating U.S. Supplement (legal summary), creating employee presentation materials, and presenting the opportunity to employees via meetings at Client headquarters. Assists Payroll by coordinating the creation and settlement of employee loans related to the offering.
ESPP and Restricted Stock Vesting Process (10%)
Serves as project lead/liaison with our French vendor/administrator when stock vests and when free shares are awarded.
Support the Annual granting and vesting of RSU; managing the U.S, process and working Cooperate teams through completion
Mergers and Acquisitions Integrations (10%)
Work with Director of Compensation on Integration analysis and developing scenarios and cost impact o integrate acquired companies in the Client group

REQUIREMENTS:
5 - 8 years in compensation field; advanced proficiency with Excel; experience with HRIS and ERP systems required; SAP and Success Factors experience preferred
Very strong project management skills, with a minimum of 5 years acting as project lead on a complex compensation project (preferably short-term incentive programs); demonstrated experience in delivery of compensation programs through a technology/system platform
Demonstrated ability to conduct complex quantitative analyses
Some experience with Equity process; EEO, AAP, and other compliance reporting is preferred
Experience in the development of compensation programs and processes
Experience with the development of job family/career ladders a plus
Ability to build relationships and act as a team player

Strong interpersonal and communications skills (written and verbal); strong results orientation; attention to detail; excellent

EDUCATION:
Accredited Bachelor's Degree in HR, Business or Finance or equivalent experience; strong mathematical orientation

SHIFT:
Full-Time
4/10 work schedule
HYB

Employment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.

Contact
Amy Shook
ashook@chiptonross.com
CHIPTON-ROSS, INC.
420 Culver Boulevard
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

Phone: (310) 414-7800 x206 or (800) 927-9318 x206

Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.

Employment will be contingent on candidate clearing pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Chipton-Ross provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State or local law. This policy governs all areas of employment at Chipton-Ross, including recruiting, hiring, training, assignment, promotions, compensation, benefits, discipline, and terminations.