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Reporting to the Associate Director, Total Rewards, this position is responsible for supporting the research, development, implementation, and delivery of compensation programs that attract, motivate, retain, and engage employees.
The Compensation Specialist partners with other groups within HR and consults across the organization providing subject matter expertise to ensure the consistent application of compensation programs and policies.
Provides guidance on the development, delivery, and communication of compensation programs
Researches and recommends adoption of best practices as it relates to total rewards programs and policies
Provides compensation recommendations (e.g. new hires, promotions / demotions, acting, ad hoc increases) ensuring internal equity and adherence to policy
Advises on the application of the collective agreements as it relates to compensation programs
Completes all activities related to the non-union annual compensation review process
Evaluates jobs and maintains the integrity of the job evaluation process and ensures consistent application of the plans
Maintains all electronic records relating to job descriptions and job evaluation process
Responsible for maintaining union and non-union salary structures
Manages the completion and submission of compensation surveys, salary planning surveys and benchmarking data
Conducts custom compensation surveys from relevant sources and leverages findings to support recommendations
Conducts detailed research, analysis, reporting and forecasting as it relates to compensation programs
Analyzes economic indicators, market data and trends to support external competitiveness
Participates as a subject matter expert in cross-functional and HR activities
Assists in the development, analysis and implementation of Pay Equity plans supporting legislative compliance
Utilizes expert level knowledge of applicable legislation (e.g. Pay Equity, etc.) to support legislative compliance
The salary for this non-unionized position is competitive based on the successful candidate’s qualifications.
Must have a Post-secondary degree or diploma in Human Resources and / or Compensation and / or 7 of years of combined equivalent work experience and education
Completion of or progression towards Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) is preferred
Minimum 5 years of progressive experience in Compensation
Demonstrated experience working in a customer centric environment
Must be able to obtain and retain Transportation Security Clearance at the designated level for the position
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent planning and organization skills, able to effectively manage multiple and diverse priorities
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills
Strong numerical aptitude and exceptional attention to detail
Advanced computer skills : specifically, Excel, Word, and database applications
Able to understand business needs and work collaboratively with leadership and HR colleagues to provide sound advice and counsel and to develop solutions
Possesses strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate and work effectively at all levels in the organization
Strong communication skills (both verbal and written); ability to communicate complex information clearly and at a level appropriate for the audience
Experience in Oracle HR, Kronos, UltiPro
Demonstrated discretion, confidentiality, and sound judgment
Exceptional administrative and organizational skills working with a high level of efficiency
Deep knowledge of compensation programs in a union and non-unionized setting
Knowledge of market job evaluation approaches including Mercer IPE
Total remuneration analysis and research