The Workforce Products Survey Analyst will workindependently to support and conduct complex market and commercial activitiesfor assigned industry compensation surveys, including marketing, participation,market data peer review, and client meeting preparation. They will develop industry knowledge tosupport market data analysis and product management, develop and maintainstrong client relationships, and support the business in identifying new salesand tracking revenue.
Market Data Analysis
Understands compensation data and applies analytical judgment in preparing results, and identifying potential trends.
Provides input for the preparation of assigned project work plans and timelines; executes to established standards and processes; Conducts peer review of client deliverables.
Leads the market review of compensation survey products; Works closely with Mercer's data analysis teams to ensure reporting is robust.
Able to collaborate effectively with team members in different locations and from different cultures.
Gains industry knowledge to contribute to data insights for industry deliverables.
Provides feedback to help gain perspectives on how to enhance/improve current products.
Peer reviews marketing and participation materials (questionnaire, job matching booklet) and data and reports (editorial and content review; reasonableness).
Peer reviews and signs-off of Excel and PDF reports.
Prepares more content-driven webcast decks (such as job matching and results webcasts), including developing speaker notes.
Primary lead for smaller surveys and secondary lead for larger surveys. They will participate in client meetings, and develop and present survey results to clients (live and webcast meetings).
Solicits input necessary to meet complex client and industry needs.
Assists with and/or attends individual and group client meetings.
Assists clients with use of survey results.
Maintains good client relationships (develops relationships via phone/in-person to support their needs, provides excellent client service and will be a partner in all their commercial needs).
Prospects for opportunities (custom surveys/adding participants in current surveys).
Bachelor's Degree in human resources management, business or related field.
Minimum 3 to 5 years of experience in compensation, human resources, or statistical analysis.
Strong analytic and communications skills (verbal and written), problem solving skills, and a team player in a collaborative environment.
Marsh & Mclennan Companies, Inc.