Essential duties (i.e. 50% word processing, 30% calendaring; 20%
assisting with press releases):
* Reviews new positions in anticipation of recruitment to ensure
appropriate classification. Modifies and creates new job descriptions
which accurately reflect current roles, responsibilities and
requirements. Reviews and recommends salary placements for new hires
* Maintains current job descriptions/classifications on the Applicant
Tracking system, regularly audits positions to position control.
Validates the vacant positions to position control on a regular basis
in coordination with recruitment and budget.
* Reviews manager's requests for job reclassification and makes
classification/pay grade recommendations. This includes reviewing job
descriptions/classifications, conferring with managers, evaluating
jobs and making recommendations on appropriate FLSA code and pay grade
level with consideration for internal equity. Handles administrative
steps to formalize recommendations for approval. Prepares written
reports on findings. Communicates with managers regarding the result
of the review.
* Champions compensation survey participation and analysis with vendors,
local jurisdictions, peer companies, and other groups to gather and
maintain current market data for current positions.
* Coordinates and prepares the annual compensation letter for each
employee following the formal class study and annual merit cycle.
Prepares documentation for the annual internal reclassification
requests and potential appeals on an annual basis.
*Collaborates with Talent Acquisition and other HR partners to prepare
HRIS reports and analytical data.
*Enter new hires into the HRIS. Participate as needed in developing new
processes regarding the new hire experience.
* Manages the Agency service award program and award time.
*Partners with HR staff to prepare quarterly updates to organizational
charts and the intranet site (SharePoint).
*Ensures compliance of compensation and classification programs and practices.
*Compiles regular reports for on-going program management.
Minimum requirements (i.e. education, experience and/equivalency):
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Finance
or equivalent and 4 years of experience in HR, HRIS, Finance or any
other analytical experience in a similar sized company, or equivalent
Experience using HRIS database software required.
Compensation experience preferred.
Ability to maintain confidentiality. The person will have access to
highly personal and sensitive information, potentially including
medical records, social security information, employee relations
issues, etc. for all agency employees, including former employees.
Location: Downtown Seattle
Duration: 3 months
Schedule: M-F (40 hours a week)
Pay: $38.78 per hour