The Compensation Analyst assists in the administration of Cooper University Health Care’s compensation program and policies.
Serves as an internal consultant to Business Partners and leaders, through the analysis, design and recommendation of pay practices.
Participates in salary surveys, and monitors market trends.
Adheres to Federal and New Jersey state labor laws and practices
Using external comparisons, internal equity, survey data & the applicant’s resume/application, determine and authorize appropriate hire rate. Evaluates new positions and determine grade, salary range, job family and title. Review existing positions annually, or as prompted by changes. Evaluates market trends to recommend ranges, adjustments and hiring rates for salary structures and individual rates as requested.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Human Resources.
2-4 years of Compensation experience. Knowledge and experience in other areas of Human Resources a plus.
Hospital or healthcare experience preferred.
Excellent verbal, written communication and analytical skills.
Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office, principally Excel, required.
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Sr Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), or Professional in Human Resources (PHR) preferred.
Lawson and Crystal Reports experience preferred.