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Transition Compensation Analyst

Lexington, KY 40511

Posted: 06/07/2023 Job Number: 32590

Job Description

Transition Compensation Analyst

Job Overview
This position will provide the Human Resources Compensation support during the transition of multiple, Department of Energy incumbent contractors to a successor contractor. The candidate must provide time sensitive written deliverables related to Compensation Plan.

120-day transition period (to begin as determined). Specific deliverables will be due prior to the 90-day timeline.

This position is for a short term, intensive project that may require extended workdays and workweeks. Transition activities involve three site locations. Candidate may work from a remote location contingent upon the candidate’ s ability to conduct and participate in meetings and interact with multiple teams/organizations across Eastern and Central time zones. Must ensure adequate internet and phone access to participate in conference calls using Microsoft Teams.
The successful candidate is a self-starter, with the ability to review complex requirements, gather data from multiple sources, analyze diverse information and, applying extensive compensation knowledge, develop products to address each deliverable by the stated due date. Must be able to incorporate customer and management feedback quickly and seamlessly into final product.

Specific Deliverable

Will need to provide for approval a contractor employee compensation plan (CECP)that demonstrates compliance with the compensation requirements of the Department of Energy contract. The CECP describes policies regarding compensation, pensions, and other benefits, and how these policies will support at reasonable cost the effective recruitment and retention of a highly skilled, motivated, and experienced workforce. This will involve review of the incumbent contractors’ existing compensation plans (e.G., salary structures, variable pay programs, job worth hierarchy to market, etc.) to formulate an approved plan for submission.

Required skills/knowledge.

1. Excellent knowledge of total compensation concepts, including philosophy, strategy, and design
2. Understanding of market-based compensation elements
3. Ability to analyze existing compensation systems, identify strengths and opportunities, suggest alternative approaches as appropriate.
4. Capacity to design, develop and/or modify compensation programs, policies, and procedures.
5. Working knowledge of government regulations such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Services Contract Act (SCA) to ensure compliance.
6. Working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 31.205-6 and Department of Energy Acquisition Regulation (DEAR) 970.3102-05-6 application to contractor’ s total compensation system
7. Ability to understand requirements outlined in a DOE RFP Section H clause provision.
8. Strong research capabilities to identify and support understanding of and compliance with unique state and local government compensation related requirements.
9. Ensure compliance and alignment with company objectives.
10. Provide advice and guidance to senior management regarding compensation challenges.
11. Strong written and verbal communication skills, ability to prepare professional presentations for customer briefings.
12. Ability to coordinate with incumbent contractors to develop final compensation plan submittal.
13. Strong emphasis on quality and process improvement opportunities

Basic Qualifications:
• Bachelor’ s degree in human resources, Business Administration, Finance, or other related field and seven (7) to nine (9) years of progressive and relevant compensation experience
• Proficiency in Microsoft and other standard office software

Preferred Qualifications:
• Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or equivalent certification
• Experience with DOE Environmental Management contracts

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Jason T. Brewster

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