The Compensation Analyst worksdirectly with administrative leaders, faculty and HR professionals, as asubject matter expert in the areas of job classification, job descriptiondevelopment, pay equity, market benchmarking and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)compliance. This position conducts job analyses to determine properclassification and recommends the appropriate job title, salary range, and FLSAexemption status of new and existing positions; responds to salary surveys, andassists with overall administration of compensation programs in the HumanResources Department at University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Performs job analysis and review of position classification and reclassification requests and recommends appropriate title and salary range; quality controls the job classification process for both existing positions and newly created positions, performing job audits as appropriate.
Researches and analyzes competitive compensation practices in the job market.
Performs analyses of employee compensation for internal equity and external competitiveness.
Develops and writes job descriptions, accurately describing job content. Reviews and creates job postings of vacant positions to determine appropriateness of posted qualifications and salary levels.
Reviews and oversees the career ladder process among appropriate business unit to ensure overall consistency and appropriateness of application.
Assists and collaborates, as appropriate, in the planning, coordination, facilitation, administration, and reporting of the annual performance evaluation review for regular staff employees.
Assists and collaborates with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resources, Compensation Team Leader, and appropriate Department Heads with organizational structure development, reorganization, job design, and related issues.
Provides advice, training, and support to Human Resources Consultants and the University community, as appropriate, in the application of compensation management principles, guidelines, procedures, and best practices.
Participates in large special projects as assigned, including conducting research, analyzing data or results, and drafting summary reports or presentations in conjunction with school-wide or University wide initiatives. Runs various reports.
Reviews and makes recommendations regarding supplemental (ADA, Spot Bonus) pay request.
Receives, reviews, and investigates probationary and annual performance evaluations.
Performs salary surveys, by completing submitted requests by outside organizations, typically higher education institutions or for major survey companies.
Performs FLSA determinations, collects org charts, and works on special projects.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 173789
The mission of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is to bring the benefits of the health sciences to the achievement and maintenance of human health, with a focus on the citizens of Tennessee and the region, by pursuing an integrated program of education, research, clinical care, and public service.