Atlanta, GA| Human Resources
The Compensation Analyst conducts analysis on internal and external salary statistics. Based on the information collected, they recommend, develop and implement an appropriate compensation structure. This structuring involves configuring pay grades and evaluating new positions and ongoing reclassification.
- Bachelor’s Degree required
- Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or related field preferred
- Two years of compensation analyst experience required
- Healthcare experience in multi-state analysis preferred
- Experience in managing and implementing projects and strategic change initiatives preferred
- Experience using Microsoft Excel required
- HR information systems/database experience preferred
- Microsoft PowerPoint experience preferred
- Experience using salary market databases preferred
- CCP, PHR or SPHR or other Human Resource Certification preferred
- Analysis of salary surveys to determine the salary range of current and new positions depending on geographic location.
- Works closely with the talent acquisition team to determine hiring salaries.
- Creation and updating job grades for each market. Assignment of each position to the proper job grade in each market.
- Review of job descriptions and aid managers in writing the job descriptions.
- Analysis of the job description using salary survey information including creating hybrid positions to accurately reflect the work being done.
- Adhere to compensation guidelines, recommend changes and communication of the guidelines.
- Review of salary changes and peer review of the salary changes in the human resources information system.
- Primary resource for the performance evaluation process.
- Projects: Assist the HR team with projects via planning, project management, data gathering and analysis
- Partnerships: Establishes productive relationships and rapport with customers to gain a joint understanding of business goals, strengths, and opportunities providing timely follow up on issues/concerns. This includes being there to listen.
- Field Support: Supports and assists with implementation of Human Resources initiatives to enhance successful rollout and acceptance throughout the organization. Alerts Director, Total Rewards to high-risk situations that may have an impact on the organization. Works with company-wide HR initiatives to assure the successful rollout and acceptance of HR initiatives, policies, and programs throughout the organization. Answers questions and helps solve problems. Assists HR team with special projects including spreadsheets for tracking. Special projects include any Compliance related projects or employee engagement projects.
- Regulatory Compliance: Works with leaders to assist them in knowing/understanding components of HR standards so they can remain compliant (i.e., I-9/E-Verify, timely Performance Evaluations, license/certification renewal etc.).
- All other duties as assigned.
GoHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, GoHealth complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
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GoHealth has outstanding urgent care career opportunities, from New York City to San Francisco to the Portland-Vancouver area. And all of these positions have one thing in common: the flexibility to practice urgent care medicine the way it was meant to be, without the stress and bureaucracy of hierarchical organizations. With reasonable work hours that don’t emotionally exhaust or burn them out, providers can balance and prioritize their professional and personal lives. And our practice model helps free them from excessive paperwork and overly burdensome regulatory programs that take away from the time they could spend providing the highest-quality care for their patients.
The lifestyle you can lead.
Atlanta is Georgia’s state capital and home to approximately half a million residents. Well known for its arts, theater, galleries and museums, cultural attractions, and institutions of higher education, Atlanta offers many things to do. Visit Georgia Aquarium, the largest public aquarium in the Western Hemisphere. Shop and enjoy great entertainment in Underground Atlanta. See wildlife shows at Zoo Atlanta. Catch a pro football, basketball or baseball game. Foodies will delight in local favorites, such as crab fritters, chicken biscuits, pulled pork sandwiches and salted caramel ice cream. Choose from many welcoming neighborhoods to live in, from downtown and midtown to Chastain Park, and from Buckhead to Cabbagetown, Kirkwood and Morningside. There’s also a good selection of public and private schools and nearby colleges and universities. Public transportation is excellent, and Atlanta is also served by Amtrak and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.