POSITION INFORMATION: Performs position audits and reclassifications, creates or revises job descriptions, participates in salary surveys and analyzes salary data, and assists consultants with developing or revising HSC salary structures. Monitors performance evaluations and compensation guidelines adherence.
Job Description Development. Develops job descriptions using Position Description Questionnaire, job audit information, and/or various research findings. Revises existing job descriptions as deemed necessary.
Special Projects. Performs various special projects to include but not limited to restructuring job classifications, testing HR software, salary equity reviews, and preparing State and Federal salary reports.
Reclassification. Examines Position Description Questionnaire to determine if the proposed title is correct and recommends an alternative title, and verifies if the incumbent or applicant is eligible for the position. Conducts job audits and recommends personnel actions.
Departmental Assistance. Interfaces with departmental representatives on matters related to classifications, wages and salaries, and qualifications required of an employee or applicant for a position. Discusses with department(s) possible solutions or options.
Database Maintenance. Maintains various personnel databases.
Salary Surveys. Participates in formal and informal salary surveys. Analyzes data and applies to salary plan.
Approval. Approves Job Change actions for reclassifications and salary changes. Assists departments with the process.
Salary Plan. Assists consultants in the development of exempt and non-exempt pay plans for the Health Sciences Center. Discusses with consultant and management concerns and recommends solutions.
Job Classification. Classifies jobs into EEO-6 and IPEDS categories using own knowledge, job descriptions, job audit information, and various research findings.
Report Preparation. Prepares statistical reports related to job review activities, salary equity issues, and trend analysis.
Record Maintenance. Maintains records necessary for appropriate documentation of wage and salary programs, requisitions, and reclassifications.
Research. Conducts information searches pertaining to salaries, job classifications, and other requests.
As Needed. Performs various duties as needed to successfully fulfill the function of the position.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, BusinessAdministration, Statistics, or related field
Experience: 12 months compensation experience or 12 months HR Generalist experience
Preferred: Master's Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field
Proficiency with MS Excel, Word, and Outlook
Knowledge of and skills in job analysis and writing job specifications/ descriptions
Ability to multitask
Requires analytical skills
Excellent oral & written communication skills
Ability to meet deadlines
Ability to manipulate data
Access Database experience
The University Of Oklahoma