Are you a seasoned Human Resources professional with a strong technical background in classification and compensation? Do you pride yourself on having strong analytical and project management skills? Do you enjoy working in a collaborative work environment with a focus on teamwork, innovation, and high-impact projects? Do you have a passion for public service? If you can check these boxes, then consider Loudoun County Government's Classification and Compensation Analyst position as the next step in your career.
The Classification and Compensation Analyst supports the development, implementation, and administration of the County's new classification and compensation system, a critical strategic priority for the Board of Supervisors and the County Administrator. Serving as a credible subject-matter expert to County staff, the Classification and Compensation Analyst will support the County's goal of delivering market competitive pay for all County positions and provide data-driven advice and guidance on the County's classification and compensation strategy. This position will report to the Classification and Compensation Manager. Job duties will include:
Support County departments.
Coordinate with Workforce Planning to conduct job and salary analyses to determine proper classification and grade.
Determine salary for new hires.
Analyze and evaluate reorganizations.
Analyze internal equity and external competitiveness.
Resolve pay issues.
Comply and analyze complex date and prepare reports of analysis.
Conduct position classification and pay studies.
Conduct and participate in salary surveys.
Analyze market data to determine pay and the county's competitive positions.
Implement and maintain classification and compensation program, policies, and procedures.
Assist in delivering compensation training.
Loudoun County offers a competitive salary and benefits package to include health, dental, VRS (retirement), annual, personal, and sick leave.
HIRING RANGE: $62,207-$85,535
This position is an FLSA Exempt position and may be required to work beyond the normal workweek. Some travel may be required.
Visit our on-line employment center for more information and to apply. EOE
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree and three (3) years of directly related classification and compensation experience required. Master's degree and local government experience preferred. CCP, PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, or SHRM-SCP preferred. Thorough knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of classification and compensation management and administration. Strong project management, data analysis, oral and written communication, policy development, problem solving, and decision-making skills.
Internal Number: 21-126-2307
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