The City of Richardson is seeking a Compensation Analyst to conduct benchmark surveys and pay plan audits, analyze results, and provide recommended changes. Perform pay plan maintenance and maintain salary range records. Perform a variety of detailed HR functions involving heavy public contact in person and by telephone. Maintain current benchmark data on compensation-related websites. Assist in maintaining position control data.
This position serves as liaison to the Citizen’s Information Services and Information Technology departments for HR’s webpages of the City’s Internet and Intranet websites. Works with Information Technology to create specialized reports upon demand and implement pay plan changes.
Bachelor’s degree in human resources, math, statistics, accounting, industrial/organizational psychology, business, public administration or a related field is required.
Three years of recent human resources experience (within actual Human Resources Department) performing detailed analyses regarding compensation, classification or benefits may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
Recent compensation/classification experience or general, professional-level human resources experience with related degree is required.
Two years compensation/classification experience in a Human Resources Department is preferred.
Strong experience required in Excel. Experience is preferred in all other Microsoft software (Access, PowerPoint & Word), including Adobe Acrobat Reader/Writer and OnBase database.
Experience preferred in developing, conducting and analyzing salary surveys.
Knowledge of the ADAAA, FLSA and other compensation/classification related rules and regulations is required.
Experience required in dealing with the public and all levels of employees and city management.
Abilities required: perform detailed research and analyses; learn, use, and share knowledge of new computer software and web page development software; good analytical and decision-making skills.
Must be able to maintain mental focus through all assigned work activities and work effectively as part of a team, often working under hurried and pressured conditions; maintaining flexibility as priorities change.
Must be well organized and able to re-prioritize as necessary to meet individual and team goals.
Must be able to proficiently coordinate and communicate effectively with other City departments and with Human Resources Departments in other cities.
About City of Richardson, Texas
Why is the City of Richardson The Place to Work?
The employees of the City of Richardson take pride in the services we provide to the residents and businesses within our borders. Over 950 employees operate out of several different city facilities.
Our city's diversity creates a challenging and varied range of positions. Several specialties and areas of expertise are required to maintain our effective operation and growth. We employ (as needed) full-time, part-time, and seasonal personnel.
The City of Richardson offers opportunities for professional development and advancement in a variety of areas, encourages self improvement through higher and/or technical education, and promotes internally as positions become available.
Our goal is to "maintain and recruit a professional, highly qualified City Staff by providing competitive benefit/compensation programs, a safe and healthy work environment, a well-managed civil service system, and opportunities for continued training/education in work-related areas."