Compensation Consultant lll- Remote
The Chickasaw Nation
This role is part of an eleven position Compensation Team supporting nearly 15,000 positions in a financially sound, highly diversified organization with growing operations in entertainment, healthcare, manufacturing, tourism, government, education and much more. With strong senior leadership, continuous growth, truly outstanding benefits, pay and iife-work balance, the Chickasaw Nation is a great place to work.
This specific position provides compensation analytical guidance and support to tribal/health/business units, including job evaluations, compensation reviews, and utilization of policies and standing operating procedures. Participates in various compensation projects that involve market pricing, job research, pay structure development and support of related functions. Needs excellent communication skills to interact with multiple levels of internal customers. Requires a high level of math, Excel, interpersonal and confidentiality skills
Job duties may include some or all of the list below:
- Applies complex and integrated total rewards principles and labor market data, including all base and variable pay management tools as well as adherence to all Chickasaw Nation policies, procedures, executive orders and Code to support the Chickasaw Nation mission, vision, core values and culture.
- Maintains strict levels of confidentiality in all employee, human resource information, and compensation and Chickasaw Nation matters.
- Receives job evaluation requests, validates the materials received and collects initial data needed for the job evaluation. Evaluates (determining points, grade, structure, exemption status) and completes market pricing of roles up to the director level with limited oversight. Evaluates leadership roles with general oversight based on sensitivity of job being evaluated.
- Assists in special compensation projects by conducting research, performing analysis, and preparing simple to complex level reports.
- Assists or conducts analytical and quantitative research of pay practices.
- May guide and assist internal customers in developing job descriptions for their areas.
- Participates in assigned salary survey or survey sections. Selects and uses surveys appropriately for market pricing and related services. May lead research for additional survey or data sources.
- Interacts with a variety of business partners in HR and assigned customers in all organizational areas - usually at or below the director level – providing compensation reviews, procedural guidance and problem resolution.
- Uses critical thinking and problem solving skills to reason and anticipate both short-term and long-term solutions for compensation related issues.
- Assists with reviewing the documentation or application of existing policies, guidelines, and procedures for clarity.
- Assists with the design and development of new compensation programs and modifications to existing programs.
- Monitors and processes employee and job related workflows or gives guidance to lower level compensation staff; completes or monitors the entry of data to the master file database or HRIS system.
- Studies current internal and external wage and salary data to build recommendations for compensation customers.
- Exemplifies adherence to Chickasaw Nation policies and procedures regarding professionalism, communication, interaction, dress code, etc.
- Ensures compliance with all compensation guidelines, procedures, documentation and master data file requirements, Kronos and job repository procedural steps.
- Manages time and task completion, exhibits solid organizational skills, may develop initial project plans for medium to large size or longer duration projects.
- Uses Chickasaw Nation base pay policies and compensation guidelines and procedures to accomplish tasks and provide answers to customer inquiries. Seeks guidance for complex or sensitive issues.
- Utilizes a variety of simple to complex reports as needed to accomplish assigned tasks and respond to customer inquiries.
- Will develop compensation communications, presentations and trainings.
- May perform the work of higher level staff on an intermittent or ongoing basis as a means of development or to meet division needs. May also perform the work of lower level compensation staff as needed.
- May review the work of lower-level compensation roles.
- May oversee the work of interns or school to work participants.
- It is the responsibility of each employee to attend any training required for their position or profession as determined by their line of support or the executive leadership of the Chickasaw Nation. Also, it is the responsibility of those who supervise, manage or otherwise lead employees (or teams) to ensure that each employee receives all required training.
- Performs all other duties assigned.
Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in business or finance related field. Master’s Degree preferred. Years of experience in lieu of degree considered
Preferred Education, Experience, or Skills:
Five (5) years of hands on, direct compensation experience requiring the use of advanced critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Work Conditions / Physical requirements:
- Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time. Requires grasping, standing, sitting, walking, repetitive motions, listening and hearing ability and visual acuity.
- May require significant walking for casino or other property visits.
- Must be able to lift or move up to 15 pounds.
Job Type: Regular
Job Schedule: Full-Time
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