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Total Rewards Analyst

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Administrative Professional (Employee Group)

A Day in the Life…

The Total Rewards Analyst is responsible for the administration of compensation programs ensuring compliance with the intent and terms of applicable University processes, agreements and legislation. The incumbent provides analysis and recommendations for proposed compensation initiatives, based on research and understanding of internal and external factors. The incumbent is also responsible for job analysis and job evaluation, in accordance with the University’s approved systems and standards.

As the Total Rewards Analyst, you will:

  • Administer compensation for a multi-union and non-union environment including processing salary increases, salary anomalies, salary range movement and new hire compensation, with a focus on consistency, accuracy and administrative efficiency;

  • Ensure appropriate documentation (incumbent and procedural) for compensation;

  • Ensure appropriate and consistent rates of pay in accordance with applicable University policies;

  • Provide subject matter expertise and advice to staff and supervisors, and human resources colleagues with respect to salary administration and compensation;

  • Administer compensation planning process, including analyzing and performing modelling/costing scenarios;

  • Participate on project teams to implement new compensation and benefit initiatives and to support other related initiatives within HR (i.e. bargaining, government changes);

  • Provide backup support for benefit administration staff;

  • Coordinate the job evaluation processes for relevant union and non-union positions, analyzing the information and developing tentative evaluations;

  • Participate in annual and ad hoc salary surveys, including the validation of benchmark positions and market comparators; analyze results and identify external trends and impacts on pay policy, recruitment and retention;

  • Provide salary reporting for all ongoing positions, including analyzing salary progression and position in range;

What you need to Succeed…

  • A relevant university degree, preferably with a concentration in human resources management, or accounting.

  • Minimum of five years of increasingly responsible human resource and/or financial management experience, with a focus on compensation, benefits and job evaluation.

  • Strong data and financial analysis skills, with the ability to synthesize appropriate information into useful metrics;

  • Solid computer competency including using HRIS and ERP systems, word processing, spreadsheets, process mapping and project management software, relational databases, and internet search engines;

  • Demonstrated knowledge of provincial and federal legislation (e.g. Employment Standards Act, Human Rights Code, Pay Equity, Labour Relations Act, etc.) as well as University collective agreements, policies and procedures;

  • Knowledge of compensation administration, best practices and costing models;

  • Applied knowledge of job analysis and job evaluation principles;

  • Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and interpersonal skills to interact with stakeholders and communicate key messages at every level of the organization;

  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize workload in a fast-paced environment with changing deadlines;

  • Strong financial, mathematical, and critical thinking skills;

  • Solid research and analytical ability, and the ability to interpret, understand, and accurately summarize data and statistical information;

  • Maintain highest level of accuracy and alertness for decisions made, information given, data processed, particularly under strict deadlines;

Preferred or Asset Skills:

  • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and/or Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation would be considered an asset;

  • Compensation experience in a unionized (multi-union) environment;

  • Formal training in Hay Job Evaluation System;

  • Demonstrated experience in a public sector or educational environment.

Salary and Benefit Information

  • Salary Range: 52,243 – $ 70,337

  • This position includes a competitive salary and full comprehensive benefits and tuition waiver.

* The salary range indicated is representative of all positions evaluated at this level. Actual salary is determined by assessing related skills, experience, internal equity and market competitiveness, subject to available budget.

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