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- Newport News, VA 23607
- Phone: 877-304-8272
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Newport News, VA
Posted 1 month ago
Develops, implements, administers compensation and incentive policy, procedures, practices, and programs. Conducts surveys and studies labor markets to determine compensation trends; analyzes jobs, and reviews job descriptions and specifications; applies job evaluation techniques to establish equitable compensation rates within the organization as compared with rates in industry; analyzes government regulations, company policies, and agreements with labor unions to establish standard rates; reviews classification and compensation changes and makes recommendations with respect to tasks to be performed, qualifications of employee, and company policy and budgetary limitations; provides guidance and makes recommendations to line managers and generalists on all compensation issues; and interprets local, state, and federal laws regulating compensation practices. May be responsible for executive compensation, HRIS functions, incentive plan and stock option administration.
6 Years relevant experience with Bachelors; 4 Years with Masters
• CCP and/or SHRM-CP certification
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and logical reasoning
• Advanced level of skill in Microsoft Excel for Analysis and Presentation of Data
• Experience using a Human Resource Management System
Special Requirements • CCP and/or SHRM-CP certification.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and logical reasoning
Advanced level of skill in Microsoft Excel for Analysis and Presentation of Data
Experience using a Human Resource Management System