Compensation Analyst (25375)

  • San Jose
  • San Jose, California
  • Jul 01, 2020
Full Time Accounting and Finance

Job Description

The Compensation Analyst works under limited supervision and is responsible for conducting classification and compensation reviews and analysis, as well as reassignments and other position or pay changes for staff and Administrators within the guidelines of campus and system wide policies, including the CSU Collective Bargaining Agreements. The incumbent works closely with campus managers and staff to provide solutions and ensure smooth transitions and consistency across the campus. The incumbent is also responsible for maintaining classification and compensation equity and may coordinate or assist in various classification and compensation projects.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

1. Classification & Compensation
-Conduct classification and compensation reviews of new and existing positions, both filled and vacant, using job evaluation and analysis tools consisting of interviews, audits and observation, and make appropriate classification and compensation recommendations.
-Prepare and deliver letters to employees and managers and provide updated information to Employee Services in a timely manner.
-Develop position descriptions and obtain department agreement; ensure consistency across departments and divisions.
-Assist in the MPP/C99 merit increase process when approved by the Chancellor's Office.
-Conduct compensation studies and provide detailed analysis and recommendation to UP management.
-Review and approve proposed salary actions to ensure conformance with established guidelines, and policies and collective bargaining agreements.
-Participate in system wide classification standard updates.
-Advise, consult and complete organizational changes related to classification, compensation, reassignments, interim appointments etc.
-Research and administer special compensation and classification programs or incentive systems to support the organization's objectives and the collective bargaining agreements.
-Recommend and assist in implementing internal and external guidelines related to classification and compensation.
-Drafts reports, metrics as needed to support campus workforce strategies.

2. Position Management
-Process requests for position management including the creation of new positions and updates to existing positions.
-Liaise with Finance Support when the creation of new position pools are required.
-Educate users on various aspects of position management and communicate completion of requests in a timely fashion.

3. Volunteers
-Process staff volunteers and collaborate with other UP staff to process faculty volunteers, ensuring compliance with CBAs and volunteer policy.
-Process background checks and monitor completion.
-Notify departments when volunteers can begin work.

Closing Date/Time: Open until filled

Job Address

San Jose, California United States View Map