Senior Analyst, Compensation
SAG-AFTRALos Angeles, CA
Full Time Job
POSITION PURPOSE: The Senior Analyst, Compensation is responsible for the implementation, maintenance, and administration of SAG-AFTRA's compensation programs, initiatives and activities.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
(This section provides a general summary of the most significant job duties performed and the average percent of time spent on each function. It does not explain in detail every single duty performed.)
• Develops and/or participates in compensation surveys to collect and analyze competitive salary information to determine company's competitive position.
• Under general direction, assists with the development, implementation, and administration of compensation programs, including the administration of performance based salary administration programs.
• Ensures proposed salary adjustments fall within established guidelines, policies, and practices.
• Formulates recommendations regarding development of company salary structure, FLSA exemptions, job descriptions and organizational structures.
• Reviews requests for new or revised job classifications to determine appropriate salary grade assignment, and /or increase, if applicable.
• Reviews existing and proposed statutory requirements governing compensation and recommends appropriate courses of action.
• Functions as resource for inquiries regarding merit increases, equity increases, and cost of living adjustments.
• Provides prospective and promoting employee's offer recommendations.
• Maintains SAG-AFTRA's organizational chart.
• Audits SAG-AFTRA jobs for content, and prepares job descriptions reflecting job responsibilities, activities, duties and requirements.
• Maintains, and reconciles SAG-AFTRA's job description catalog.
• Composes, and updates job descriptions as needed in accordance with SAG-AFTRA and, Union negotiated contracts.
• Reviews and reconciles the gaps, overlaps, and inconsistencies among varied data sets and reporting tools.
• Functions as a resource for trends and legal updates regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act, Wage and Hour laws, Department of Labor, and Total Rewards.
• Prepares annual compliance reports to include EEO-1 reporting.
• Collaborates with the finance and payroll department on various tasks and projects.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
(The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.)
• Understanding of key financial metrics, ability to create internal programs and procedures.
• Ability to consider financial ramifications of compensation decisions and understanding of key statistical concepts.
• Must have excellent analytical ability, and be able to compile complex data to create reports and/or materials to be used in making decisions for change within the organization.
• Solid knowledge of the Fair Labor Standards Act, and Wage and Hour laws.
• Proficient with Excel and PowerPoint to include creation of spreadsheets, charts, and graphs.
• Able to use PC applications and accurately.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills that clearly convey detailed and complex information and ideas.
• Ability to develop solutions to a variety of complex problems, which require the regular use of ingenuity and innovation.
• Superlative interpersonal skills; high degree of patience and tact, with the ability to establish and maintain respectful, strategic and collaborative relationships with people of diverse backgrounds within the organization and externally.
• Hold yourself and others accountable for a high level of performance and integrity.
• Can operate effectively at both a strategic and a detailed level.
• Capable of working effectively under pressure, and to organize, prioritize and coordinate multiple tasks under daily deadlines.
• Capable of taking direction from more than one manager in an environment where constructive feedback is encouraged.
• Have an understanding and awareness of worker rights impacting SAG-AFTRA members.
• Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance at such level as is determined at SAG-AFTRA's sole discretion.
• Must be available and willing to work extended hours per day or per week, including weekends and holidays, as SAG-AFTRA determines is necessary to meet its business needs.
• Must be available and willing to travel to such locations and with such frequency as SAG-AFTRA determines is necessary or desirable to meet its business needs.
Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelor's Degree with a minimum 3-5 years of progressive compensation experience, strongly preferred.
• Entertainment/Nonprofit experience strongly preferred.
• Experience in a union environment preferred
Certificates, licenses, and/or registrations: