Virginia Remote Office (VA99)
- Support a dedicated business group as the primary compensation point of contact, engaging as a consultant and advisor to proactively act on talent challenges and providing end-to-end client service on compensation-related matters.
- Build consultative and collaborative relationships with HR business partners, Recruiters, and business leaders on compensation programs and initiatives.
- Develop and provide guidance on solutions for a wide variety of compensation matters, including job offers, out-of-cycle increases, promotions, retention agreements, etc., ensuring competitive, compliant, and cost-effective solutions.
- Support company growth by partnering with management, Pricing, Contracts and Talent Acquisition to perform job mapping for proposal positions and to ensure compliance.
- Manage a variety of Compensation related analytical projects, processes and initiatives including annual compensation planning cycles, career framework leveling, FLSA exemptions, mergers and acquisitions and other ad hoc projects throughout the year.
- Analyze and monitor fair and consistent application of compensation programs. Anticipate and answer questions that may arise based on the analysis.
- Review compliance with applicable regulatory requirements regarding employee pay while staying up to date on current related legislation (FLSA, SCA, Equal Pay).
- Help drive change management and communications associated with new program implementations. Continually improve and iterate on internal compensation projects and processes.
- Perform analysis on effectiveness and competitiveness of existing compensation programs and model potential impact of alternatives. Consolidate and analyze data sets to distill insights, convey findings and make recommendations.
- Build and deliver robust compensation-related training, education materials and communications to client teams and stakeholders.
- Provide direct support of Workday compensation activities, testing, validating, auditing, and reporting.
- BA or BS degree
- 6+ years of experience with working in a professional environment in a compensation role, including using critical thinking and critical analysis in one or more of the following fields: compensation, analysis, data mining and optimization, statistics, or data visualization
- Strong understanding of job content, job analysis and salary benchmarking particularly in the technical services/government contracting/high technology industry sectors
- Strong working knowledge of compensation related policies, laws and regulations – experience with FLSA, SCA, etc.
- Excellent analytical and technical skills including advanced expertise in Excel, PowerPoint and HCM systems, reporting and analytics.
- Experience with presenting complex information to non-technical audiences.
- A pro-active, forward thinking approach to work; the ability to see the big picture, while managing details.
- The ability to be comfortable and work independently in a fast-paced, change-oriented environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills with all levels of employees — including excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Continuous learning mindset: takes advantage of ideas, best practices, and external developed solutions
- Ability to hold a high degree of accuracy, confidentiality, and timeliness for completion of projects
Working at ICF
Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth. If you’re seeking to make a difference in the world, visit www.icf.com/careers to find your next career. ICF—together for tomorrow.
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Virginia Remote Office (VA99)