The Ohio State University
Detailed Job Description
The Compensation Consultant position is responsible for providing strategic advice and counsel to client groups across The Ohio State University. The ideal candidate will have opportunities to support aspects of a university-wide, broad-based compensation program implementation. Project completion is anticipated within a two year window and will be coincident with an HRIS implementation and an HR operating model redesign.
The ideal candidate assist in the development of a new, institution-wide, job catalog in addition to market pricing efforts and the mapping of university staff to the new job catalog. The Compensation Consultant is responsible for triaging requests and inquiries from stakeholders throughout the university related to project accountabilities and assigned client groups.
Accountable for ensuring clients’ needs are met within the context of existing compensation programs and policies. May support clients with salary administration, market pricing of current jobs, job evaluation, annual merit increase and supplemental compensation processing, and policy interpretation. Leads moderately complex compensation and data analysis projects including equity and compliance analyses. This position will report to the Compensation Director and will serve as a member compensation team alongside several colleagues supporting OSU campus stakeholders.
Minimum four years (four to eight years preferred) of progressive, HR Compensation or comparable experience with demonstrated client facing experience. BA, BS or equivalent experience is required. Demonstrated experience with market pricing and market pricing software is highly preferred. CCP certification, or experience with HCM and HR operating model change is also preferred.
- Reg./Temp/Term: Full Time, Regular
- Target Hiring Range: $75,000 – 85,000
For consideration, please email resume and/or cover letter to Cody Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org.