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  • October 23, 2014 9:23 AM | Anonymous member

    The Human Capital Group, a Retained Executive Search firm, is working on behalf of our client, a global producer of food ingredients to identify a new Manager, Global Compensation & Benefits. Based in Atlanta, GA, the Manager, Global Compensation & Benefits will be responsible for leading and managing the ongoing evolution of company’s global compensation, rewards and benefits practices. As a member of the global HR Management team, he/she will be responsible for base pay, short-term and long-term incentive, executive compensation, rewards programs, expatriation process, employee benefits, health and welfare plans that meet current and future business needs and are consistent with the organization’s desired internal and external market position. These programs will ensure the company’s success in attracting, motivating and retaining key talent required to drive the company's future.

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS (more information in attached job spec):

    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is required
    • Progressive and growth-oriented experience in a broad-based, multi-site and multi-national / global compensation and benefits (health and welfare, as well as deferred contribution plans) role.  Some experience with managing Expatriate programs preferred.
    • Knowledge and experience in change management along with a strong consulting and / or finance / organizational development background.
    • Experience with Performance Management Software implementation a plus (migrating from PeopleSoft to SAP). HRIS experience a plus. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
    • Willing to lead through a highly matrixed and influence-driven role, versus a team of direct reports.  Partner with Regional HRD’s / C&B Managers as well as the Global HRBP’s to execute.

     

    If you are qualified and interested in learning more, please submit the following information:

    ·         Resume (in WORD format)

    ·         Most recent compensation information

    Please apply to the following URL: http://www.humancapitalgroupinc.com/jobs/Mgr-GlobalC&B.html.  

  • October 22, 2014 12:08 PM | Anonymous member

    Job Summary: Due the organization's growth an immediate vacancy exists in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Ga. reporting to the Director of HR within a privately-held, rapidly growing, national provider of staffing services with 8,000 employees across 50 states

    Compensation Responsibilities: Designing & implementing a comprehensive base & incentive compensation strategy & structure to include:

    ·        Updating job descriptions, conducting job evaluations, applying market rate data & recommending a salary range structure with internal & external equity

    ·        Conducting job reclassification analyses, desk audits & organizational structure reviews

    ·        Reviewing proposed salary increases & hiring rates to provide recommendations based on equity

    ·        Analyzing data to recommend structure adjustments & provide costing for union wage negotiations

    ·        Developing & implementing a corporate profit sharing program including budgets

    ·        Developing & implementing an employee recognition program

    ·        Ensuring compliance with applicable state & federal regulations

    Benefits Responsibilities:  Directing & planning the day-to-day operation of the group benefit program to include:

    ·        Investigating new benefit programs to support employee retention

    ·        Supervising & monitoring 3rd party benefit administrators

    ·        Partnering with the HR Director & Manager of Employee Relations to develop & implement communication strategies to support open enrollment & new hire on-boarding

    ·        Documenting & maintaining benefit administration procedures

    ·        Providing customer service support to internal customers

    ·        Develop communication tools to enhance employee understanding of the benefits offerings & preparing summary plan descriptions

    ·        Ensuring compliance with applicable state & federal regulations & assuring timeliness & accuracy of required fillings

    Education, Experience & Competency Requirements:

    - Bachelor's degree

    - Minimum of five years related compensation experience

    - Knowledge of state/federal regulations applicable to compensation & employee benefits

    ·        - Ability to interpret data, detect trends, draw conclusions & formulate recommendations 

    ·        - Demonstrated problem solving & project management skills

    ·        - Advanced proficiency in Excel

    Experience & Competency Preferences:

    ·        - CCP and/or CEBS certifications

    ·        - Knowledge of employee benefit contract language

    ·        - Experience with third party providers

    Compensation, Benefit & Relocation Package:

    ·        $80-85,000 starting base salary dependent upon experience & a bonus plan

    ·        Corporate benefit package

    ·        Relocation policy

    Reply with confidential resume to:                                         

    Pete Tosh

    The Focus Group – Management Consulting & Executive Search Firm [Fee 100% paid by employer]

    Pete.tosh@thefocusgroup.biz

    478-746-6891

     

     

     


  • October 14, 2014 5:27 PM | Anonymous member

     

    Company Overview

    Novelis is the world leader in aluminum rolling, producing an estimated 14 percent of the world's flat-rolled aluminum products.  With industry-leading assets and technology, Novelis produces the highest-quality aluminum sheet and foil products for customers in high-value markets including automotive, transportation, packaging, construction and printing.  Our customers include major brands such Jaguar, Ford, BMW, Coca-Cola, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Rexam, Ball, Crown, ThyssenKrupp and others.

    In addition to being the world leader in aluminum rolling, Novelis is leading the industry with our sustainability and recycling efforts.  Utilizing new technology and innovations, Novelis is planning to execute aluminum sheet that is created from 80% of recycled content by the year 2020.  Currently, Novelis recycles 40 billion used beverage cans annually – enough to circle the earth more than 100 times.

    Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Novelis operates 25 manufacturing facilities in 9 countries on four continents, with nearly 11,200 employees. The company reported revenue of approximately $10 billion in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. Novelis is the world’s largest rolled aluminum producer in terms of volume shipped, and the largest purchaser of aluminum as well.

    Role Overview:

    The Senior Compensation Specialist conducts and participates in compensation studies for purposes of maintaining the company’s competitive position within the market place. This may require creation of market-specific surveys, establishment of target audience, communications, data collection, analysis, and feedback on results. The incumbent will collect and analyze data to determine annual merit budgets and salary structure changes and work with HR senior leadership to obtain approvals to finalize these changes.

    The incumbent also administers the annual salary planning process including working with the HRIS Analyst on system requirements and implementation, creating communications, counselling management and Human Resources on the process. The also lead the collection and analysis of all recommendations for the Company.

    This job requires frequent interaction with members of the HR function.  It will be critical that the incumbent understand standard compensation policies, practices and principles.  They must be fully engaged in the overall compensation cycle as well as with global team members, employees and various vendors.

    Role Responsibility:

    • Support and work with Director, Global Compensation with regards to annual compensation cycle (merit, bonus, LTI grants), compensation analysis, survey participation, Compensation discussion and Analysis (CD&A) and job evaluations.
    • Evaluate existing and proposed jobs and classify them according to their levels of responsibility based on Hay evaluation methodology.
    • Participate and coordinate a variety of projects including program design, salary surveys, budgeting, implementation of new programs ensuring the balance between the global and local projects and guarantee the compliance with established global guidelines, processes, and policies.
    • Develop and document procedures to streamline processes and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and work with HR Business Partners.
    • Work with HRIS and IT staff to ensure that the PeopleSoft system meets compensation needs and is updated to reflect changes to salary structures, bonus programs, etc.
    • Administer the Novelis long term equity program. Analysis and maintain employee stock based plan. Maintain company stock data, develop reports, and answer inquiries regarding stock based plans.  Interfaces with stock based plan vendor. Timely and accurate administration of this program is critical to effectively deliver a significant component of pay to our leaders who are driving the business. 

    Major challenges are:

    • Delivering accurate information under tight deadlines
    • Ability to prioritize in a constantly changing environment
    • Thinking through problems to determine how to make processes better
    • Establishing relationships with the regions as well as vendors

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor of Science in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related industrial field
    • General understanding of industry concepts, business knowledge, and compensation requirements
    • Minimum five years’ experience in compensation and/or stock based plan administration field.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects
    • Proficient with MS Office
    • Expertise in working with spreadsheets and  databases
    • Strong problem solving, communication and presentation skills
    • Well organized and confident to work independently but will be strong team player

    Send resumes to stephanie.lowe@novelis.com

     

     

     

  • September 10, 2014 9:46 AM | Deleted user

    Position Summary

    Responsible for the overall design, implementation and administration of the company's  base and bonus compensation programs. Works closely with senior management to ensure that programs support the company's strategic objectives and meet all legal requirements. Facilitates approval of organizational structure, job grades, job descriptions and salary ranges. Manages the company's performance management process. Will also participate in other HR functions as directed.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Requires bachelor's degree (or equivalent work experience) in business related field. Preference given to candidates with Master's degree. Prefer 8-10 years experience with a progressive organization. Certified Compensation Professionals welcome.

    THE COMPANY

    Hoshizaki America, Inc. is the American subsidiary of Hoshizaki Electric, Nagoya, Japan, the world's leading manufacturer of ice machines. In the USA, Hoshizaki America is headquartered in Peachtree City, GA and also has a manufacturing facility  in Griffin, GA and various company-owned distribution facilities located around the country.

    Company has excellent working conditions and very competitive benefits program.

    Interested applicants please submit cover letter and resume to HR@hoshizaki.com.

     

  • September 02, 2014 3:13 PM | Anonymous member

    JOB PURPOSE:

    Analyze and resolve business issues related to compensation program development and administration. Confer with client groups proactively across campus in identification of issues and development of recommendations for resolution. Provide support in development or redesign of compensation processes.

    IMPACT & INFLUENCE:

    This position will interact on a consistent basis with: director and members of Compensation, Total Compensation team, internal HR divisions, HR Representatives, hiring managers, other Institute leaders. This position typically will advise and counsel: director and members of Compensation, Total Compensation team, internal HR divisions, HR Representatives, hiring managers, other Institute leaders. This position will supervise: NA.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Duties may include but are not limited to:
    • Identify core issues, collect and analyze any pertinent data, identify policy issues and make recommendations on addressing those issues.
    • Maintain sound practices in pricing jobs and developing a pay for performance culture.
    • Consult with leaders and managers to help solve workforce issue. Present the tools and training to key constituents of the Institute, enabling the leaders to own more of the process and decisions.
    • Develop and lead project plans across the Institute. These projects may not be limited to the client base. Position will make decisions (major decisions will be worked with the Directors of Compensation).
    • Remain aware of larger market trends in the industry as well as the compensation field.
    • Partner with other areas of Human Resources to meet client needs.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    EDUCATION, SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

    Degrees required for this job: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
    Degrees preferred: Master's Degree.
    Years of experience required for this job: Three to five years of broad-based compensation experience
    Years preferred:
    Certifications or licenses required for this job:
    Certifications or licenses preferred: Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or other compensation development/certification

    SPECIALIZED SKILLS:

    Specialized skills required for this job:
    This position requires advanced knowledge of compensation program administration within a large organization. This includes skills in compensation data acquisition, analysis and management. Additionally, skills in consulting practices and processes; problem solving; and, policy review, development and interpretation are required as is use of office and spreadsheet computer applications, human resources management system tools and maintenance of various databases.
  • August 12, 2014 11:16 AM | Deleted user

    Aon Hewitt currently has an opening in its Broad Based Compensation Consulting Practice supporting Aon Hewitt's Compensation Co-Sourcing delivery team in Atlanta. This practice provides ongoing compensation support to our clients including annual compensation cycle planning and execution as well as market data management technology using MarketPay. In this role you will work as part of a team, serving as project manager for multiple client engagements.  Your primary responsibilities will include ongoing program support and project management for the following:

    -  Survey portfolio management and Survey submissions

    -  Job evaluation/Market pricing

    -  Competitive market analysis

    -  Pay program modeling and costing

    -  Technology management activities in support of MarketPay, our preferred market data management software vendor, including set-up and implementation for client engagements in partnership with our vendor

    -  Implementation of MarketPay - including client requirements gathering and HRIS data mapping

    You will have frequent contact with clients, deliver client work that is mostly leveraged to you and begin to help generate revenue through extend and expand opportunities. You will apply content knowledge and technical skills in the above areas in working with clients and assisting with less complex client proposals in addition to testing new functionality of market data management tools, developing and managing processes for the completion of client deliverables, and assist in training entry level consultants.

     

    Qualifications 

    -  5-7 years progressive experience in a Compensation, Rewards or HR content area; or experienced HR systems professional with exposure to management of systems in support of compensation programs or manager self-service tools.

    -  Strong data management skills, process orientation and attention to detail are essential.

    -  Proficient in using Compensation Management software for survey management, market pricing, and competitive analysis.

    -  Experience managing and executing project plans.

    -  Previous experience in client-facing roles (internal or external) or in a business compensation role

    -  Knowledgeable about day-to-day operations of the Compensation function and how compensation programs and information integrates with other areas of HR and the organization

    -  Demonstrated analytical capabilities

    -  Proficient with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access

    -  Strong communication skills with proficiency in drafting business correspondence, reports and presentations

     

     Apply online at: http://jobs.aon.com/aon/compensation-co-sourcing-project-manager-atlanta-ga

  • August 12, 2014 9:27 AM | Anonymous member

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Serves as the front-line consultant to Emory business units, providing project management and technical guidance / support for compensation practices, including, but not limited to base pay, incentives, and job design. Benchmarks compensation practices to peer institutions. May develop materials for and lead compensation related training classes. Responds to internal client inquiries, including, but not limited to: ad-hoc market pricing requests, analysis of compensation issues, classification requests, special analyses, etc. Collaborates with business unit leadership and HR management to assess and understand unique business needs; formulates appropriate alternatives and solutions that meet Emory policy and unit need. Advises clients on the appropriate use of Emory's classification system, such as suggesting appropriate classifications based on job content, scope, etc. Assists in developing and implementing compensation strategies at the business unit level. Designs and delivers requisite information pertaining to salary administration including internal equity analysis, market analyses, etc. May price jobs in the external labor market, based on job content. Independently manages small projects. Designs and implements a communication strategy designed to maximize compensation knowledge of business unit needs. Monitors macro and microeconomic trends related to human resource management, the labor market, and pay practice trends. Actively participates in developing and achieving departmental short and long term objectives. Maintains professional development by participating in educational programs and professional organizations and by networking with other compensation and human resources professionals. Performs related responsibilities as required.


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources Management or a related field and five years of professional HR experience, which includes three years of compensation administration or HR consulting experience.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Strong interdisciplinary knowledge of human resources management including recruitment, retention, employee relations, etc. Strong verbal and written communication skills, to include the ability to deliver engaging presentations. Must be able to work independently with key stakeholders and prioritize work appropriately. Ability to influence and build credibility by effectively engaging clients. High analytical skills with exceptional attention to detail. Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills, including the ability to collect and analyze information, identify key themes or issues, to draw conclusions to successfully resolve problems. Ability to maintain confidentiality.

    To apply, use the link below.  Job Posting # 46374BR

    https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=25066&siteid=5043&areq=46374br

  • July 28, 2014 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    ANNOUNCEMENT #:

    201410              position 00092322

    JOB TITLE:

    Compensation Analyst   (16065)

    LOCATION:

    200 Piedmont Avenue, West Tower; Atlanta, GA 30334

    APPLICATION DEADLINE:

    08/15/2014 or until filled

    WHO MAY APPLY:

    All Applicants

    PAY GRADE

    15

    HIRING SALARY RANGE:

    $40,000 - $55,000

    (Salary offer  will be based on experience, credentials, pay equity, and statewide rules)

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

    The Human Resources Administration Division of the Department of Administrative Services seeks a working level Compensation Analyst who will provide analysis, research and technical expertise in the Benefits & Compensation Unit for enterprise job classification and compensation programs.

     

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • The ability to build and maintain trusting, collaborative relationships with HR professionals at all levels throughout the state
    • A strong customer service focus
    • A desire to support the success of state government employers by providing guidance and resources to build and maintain a quality state government workforce
    • Knowledge of applicable employment laws
    • Desire and willingness to develop knowledge and skills in other areas of HR

     

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Develops strong knowledge of culture and mission of assigned state entities to facilitate decision-making that supports the organizations’ business needs
    • Maintains enterprise-level focus on compensation management activities, while understanding unique characteristics of state entities with wide variety of missions
    • Analyzes salary and related workforce data to develop sound compensation recommendations based on market and internal equity considerations, as well as business priorities
    • Responds to third party salary and compensation practices surveys
    • Analyzes salary survey data to guide salary recommendations
    • Conducts job audits as necessary to collect information as part of job evaluation process
    • Prepares reports/summaries and presentations
    • Conducts ongoing research and participates in networking activities to develop and maintain awareness of best practices
    • Provides guidance to agencies on non-base compensation programs (incentives and rewards)
    • Conducts modeling and financial impact analyses

    This position requires successful completion of a pre-employment background check and may require periodic travel.

    MINIMUM ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS: 

    Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university AND One year of related experience in human resources OR One year of experience in an equivalent area to the lower level. NOTE: Professional experience may substitute for the degree on a year for year basis

     

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Preference will be given to applicants who, in addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, possess one or more of the following items below.  PLEASE CLEARLY INDICATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THESE QUALIFICATIONS ON YOUR RESUME.   

    • Professional level experience in compensation analysis and administration
    • PeopleSoft HCM experience, to include using queries to generate reports
    • PHR or SPHR Certification
    • CCP Certification
    • Advanced Excel skills (look-ups, formulas, pivot tables, macros, regression analysis)
    • Advanced Power Point skills
    • Intermediate SharePoint skills (document owner, contributing on content)
    • Intermediate Adobe Acrobat skills
    •  

    HOW TO APPLY:  

     

    • Resumes should be emailed to:  recruiter@doas.ga.gov or faxed to 404-463-3699 by close of business (5:00 p.m.) August 15, 2014. 
    • Please reference the job title or announcement number for which you are applying. 
    • Please include salary requirements on your resume.

    Applications/resumes received without a job title, announcement number or salary history will be considered unsolicited applications and will not be reviewed.

    This position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified.

    You may also apply through the Careers website at https://www.careers.ga.gov/ by the published deadline.  Should you need an alternate method to apply as a reasonable accommodation, please contact Sharon Carter in DOAS Human Resources at 404-656-2789 or recruiter@doas.ga.gov

    DOAS is an equal opportunity employer

  • June 30, 2014 9:14 AM | Anonymous member


     
    Interested in becoming a Compensation Manager at Aaron’s?  As Aaron’s Compensation Manager, you will develop, implement and administer compensation programs to meet company objectives and ensure competitive positioning. Assure, through audits, reports and personal contact that company benefits/compensation programs are consistently administered in compliance with company policies and government regulations. This role will support the Director in managing the salary planning and administration process.  This includes market pricing, short and long-term incentive, sales incentives programs, equity plans, incentive plan design, salary structure and workforce communication.

    Duties

    • Strategic design of administrative & operations compensation programs to meet company objectives and goals. 
    • Manage all compensation vendor relationships and contracts. 
    • Manage and execute the annual compensation cycles.
    • Manage salary structure.
    • Implement and maintain job classification structure including job grade determination, job descriptions, and exemption status. Consult with others regarding handling promotions and hiring issues.
    • Conduct analysis to measure the effectiveness of compensation programs.
    • Develop and manage short-term and long-term incentive plans, including sales/commission plans.
    • Ensures compliance of compensation policies and procedures with applicable laws.
    • Assist developing and delivering communication material for compensation programs and educating the organization on all related programs, policies and procedures.
    Position Requirements
     
    • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
    • 8 years of experience in compensation, 5 years of strategic design & management
    • CCP certification preferred
    • Analytical and problem solving skills
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Outstanding organizational skills
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks at the same time
    • Good conflict resolution skills
    • High energy level
    • Maintain professional appearance
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Travel 10%
     
     
    At Aaron’s, you will have access to a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
     
    Paid time off including vacation days, sick days and holidays
    Ongoing training and development
    Medical, dental & vision insurance
    401(k) plan
    Life insurance
    Disability benefits
    Employee Purchase Discounts
    A drug screen and criminal background investigation are required before beginning employment at Aaron’s.  A job performance reference check is also required.
     
    Aaron’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer


    Aaron’s has a long legacy as an industry leader, with continued growth regardless of the economy.  In business since 1955, we have grown to over 2,000 stores across North America built on a foundation of excellence, customer focus, quality products and services.  Personally and professionally, we hold ourselves to high standards and an unwavering commitment to do what’s right; treating every individual with respect, compassion and integrity.  We are highly invested in the communities we serve through our community outreach programs, donating time, products and services locally and nationally.
     
    As a potential Aaron’s Associate, you’ll share our purpose and passion for making a real difference in the lives of others and the rewards that come from creating strong personal connections for life.  You’ll be a contributing team member in an environment that embraces challenge and has a strong drive to achieve.  We like to set the bar high, roll up our sleeves and work together to out-perform the competition.  You’ll have an opportunity to work in an environment which prides itself on recognizing and rewarding top performers.


    Apply here  or forward your resume to erin.colley@aarons.com 

  • June 04, 2014 2:41 PM | Anonymous member
    My client is seeking a Compensation & Benefits Manager to work out of their Macon, GA office. This is a FT position that can start immediately. The salary ranges from $80K - $130K depending on experience. My client is willing to pay relocation costs for the right candidate.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Manages, directs, and controls the daily operation of the Benefits and Compensation.
    • Design, implementation, communication, measurement and revision, administration, staff supervision and management of all Health, Welfare, and Retirement and Compensation plans.
    • Evaluate the benefit plans of acquisition candidates, determines and executes integration strategy, including communication to employees of the newly acquired entities.
    • Work closely on a daily basis with the other members of the HR Department to provide services which maximize the Human Capital. 
    • Actively participates in presentations to Administration, Department Management, Supervisors, and staff to communicate benefits and compensation philosophy and programs. 
    • Stays abreast of Best Practices, plan, design and communication techniques.  
    • Manages the communication and management of the wage and salary structure, premium pay and incentive plans.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or related field required.
    • Master degree in Business Administration or Health Care Administration strongly preferred.
    • Five or more year’s compensation experience with progressive leadership/management experience required. 
    • Five years’ experience in a compensation department of a healthcare institution strongly preferred. 
    • SPHR or Professional Certifications in Compensation preferred.

    If you are interested in applying for the Compensation & Benefits Manager position, please email your updated resume to: Maya@tma-ma.com.


    Thank you.

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