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Posted: August 17, 2021
Compensation PartnerRhode Island School of Design
Providence, Rhode Island
JOB SUMMARY (OVERVIEW)
Serve as a trusted adviser responsible for administering, analyzing and interpreting compensation programs and best practices to support RISD’s mission. Conducts research, analyzes data and prepares recommendations requiring a broad understanding of compensation techniques, methods and practices. Reviews requests for new or revised classifications to determine appropriate salary grade assignment and hiring range. Participates in special studies of problem areas requiring job analysis, job evaluation or similar techniques. Audits jobs for content and prepares job descriptions reflecting job responsibilities, activities, duties and requirements. Collects and analyzes competitive salary and total compensation information to determine institution's market relationship. Identifies and completes various total compensation surveys. Reviews existing and proposed statutory requirements governing compensation and recommends appropriate courses of action. Serve as a Workday Partner, reviews and adjudicates requests and actions, creates and models reports and completes various costing models, and tests and updates human resources related business processes, rules, codes, and fields.
Bachelor's degree in human resources or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of three years compensation administration & HRIS experience within a complex environment. Demonstrated ability to identify and research market compensation plans, trends and practices. Proven ability to analyze impact, cost, and opportunities in order to shape and inform sound decision-making. Demonstrated understanding of federal laws. Prior experience completing market surveys and interpreting results. Strong attention to detail a must. Previous HRIS experience required. Microsoft Office experience required. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills required (Workday preferred). Demonstrated cultural competence with an understanding of inclusion and diversity within the workplace. Ability to identify and mitigate risk using exceptional judgement.
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Director, Compensation & Benefits
Rhode Island School of Design
2 College Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903