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Classification & Compensation Analyst

August 28, 2019 10:12 AM | Crystal Hodges (Administrator)

Hiring Salary: $51,314.00

STATE PROFILE SUMMARY: Under limited supervision, performs various human resources services in support of the agency.


  • ·        Job & Staffing Analysis
  • ·        Interview Selection Process (Posting job vacancies, pre-screening, interviewing, selection, and job offers) for multiple assigned offices.
  • ·        Compensation studies for individual jobs or job families.
  • ·        FLSA Reviews and other special projects
  • ·        Provides HR-SME support to the assigned districts.
  • ·        Develops and presents reports on specific job classification and compensation,
  • ·        Assists the assigned offices with their staffing needs; facilitates at interviews ensuring that all human resources compliances and best practices are followed.
  • ·        Collects market data for specific job families providing support for classification and compensation decisions.
  • ·        Develops, reviews and upgrades job descriptions.
  • ·        Attends and/or presents at meetings with hiring managers and other leadership personnel in various offices as it pertains to workforce planning, classification, compensation and other related HR issues.


The selected candidate must meet the advertised minimum qualifications to include State Entry Qualifications as well as Agency Specific Minimum Qualifications.


  • ·        Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university AND Two years of related experience in human resources.
  • ·        OR…One year of experience at the lower level (HRP020) or position equivalent.

NOTE: Only the State Entry Qualifications allow for an equivalent combination of education and job specific experience that provided the knowledge, experience, and competencies required to successfully perform the job at the level listed, maybe be substituted on a year for year basis.


  • ·        Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Human Resources or a Public  Administration Degree with emphasis on HRM or HRD, AND Two years of professional-level human resources experience
  • ·        OR Six years of professional level human resources experience. NOTE: This Six years of “experience” option, must include: market data collection, classification and compensation job studies, workforce planning, job analysis, and working knowledge of FLSA exempt/nonexempt regulations and making presentations of such reports to leadership.
  • ·        Two years of experience interpreting human resources policies, processes, and practices
  • ·        Intermediate – Expert Proficiency in using Microsoft Office, specifically with Excel spreadsheets


  • ·        Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • ·        Ability to successfully build relationships with peers to be viewed as a trusted resource for advice and guidance.
  • ·        Ability to make sound and well-informed decisions with strong analytical problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • ·        Excellent facilitation skills and experience making presentations.
  • ·        Ability to act objectively while coaching employees and leaders through issues that are complex, difficult, or sensitive in nature.
  • ·        Excellent customer service skills coupled with the diplomacy and professionalism
  • ·        Presents a professional image at all times.


  • ·        Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and Three years human resources experience specifically in the area of the classification and compensation of jobs.
  • ·        W@W-CCP Certification or SHRM CP certification


  • ·        Proficient in project management from idea to implementation thru evaluation.
  • ·        Proficiency in using PeopleSoft HRMS or equivalent employee management software.
  • ·        Proficiency in using TGC (Team Georgia Careers) or equivalent electronic job posting board
  • ·        Ability to adapt to changing priorities in a goal based and/or deadline driven work environment.

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