F&A HR – University Compensation and Performance
About the Department
UChicago Human Resources is dedicated to building institutional capacity to advance the University’s mission in providing excellence in education, research and innovation. As a strategic partner, we collaborate with the divisions and units to attract, develop, reward and engage diverse talent to meet their specific goals and those of the University overall. We are a team of resources working together to provide organizational leadership, advice and support to meet the changing needs of our academic and staff community.
Reporting to the Manager, Compensation and Performance Management, the Compensation Analyst serves as a consultant to the broader HR Community throughout campus. Implements compensation strategy and operationalizes to optimize business impact. Proven analytical and communication capabilities to enable the delivery of impactful and effective compensation programs.
- Implements job architecture governance and sustainability practices, as well as enhance pay and job-related business processes to align level of pay and talent.
- Prepares meaningful dashboards and reports to enhance insights delivery and enable informed pay decision making.
- Formulates thoughtful program recommendations that balance University needs with best-in-class practices and industry trends.
- Supports the University-wide, staff annual compensation process, including creation of educational toolkit, data aggregation, and talent investment reporting.
- Creates both short and long term base pay strategies, and designs action plans for implementation. Maintains market data survey portfolio, submission and result processes, and market data library.
- Works to coordinate the job evaluation process, including facilitating internal peer reviews and external competitive market pricing surveys and assessments.
- Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as human resources, finance, or business administration.
- Previous experience in a decentralized environment.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
- Demonstrated technology experience in Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel (i.e., vlookups, pivot tables, data visualization, etc.)
- Experience with Workday.
- Strong customer service orientation and communication skills.
- Utilize critical thinking skills to draw conclusions / solve problems.
- Project management skills and the ability to work and learn independently.
- Analytical and consultation skills; demonstrates high level of professionalism and personal integrity.
- Presentation, consultation, and group facilitation skills with experience presenting complex information to a wide variety of audiences.
- Resume/CV (required)
- Cover Letter (preferred)
When applying, the document(s) MUST be uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.
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Scheduled Weekly Hours
Drug Test Required
Health Screen Required
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