A member of the Compensation team in the central Human Resources Department. Act as a consultant and advisor to local HR representatives and CPM management on job design, job documentation, job evaluation and compensation issues for YUSA1 jobs. May be assigned as back-up for YUSA2 jobs and process. Provide a high level of customer service to client group through prompt and effective guidance and assistance on a range of YUSA1 job related and compensation issues. Participate on joint bargaining unit job evaluation committees to evaluate jobs ensuring consistent application and usage of factor levels for each job evaluation plan. Participate in 3rd party and custom salary surveys, conduct analysis of market data and internal salary information.
General undergraduate degree and CCP or CHRP designation.
5 years progressive HR experience with a minimum 3 years related directly to job design, analysis, evaluation, and compensation in an organization with a diverse workforce and significant union presence. Experience must include job design and documentation of unionized jobs and evaluating jobs applying a point factor job evaluation plan. Administration of salary compensation programs.
Knowledge of compensation theory and principles relating to job design, job analysis job documentation, job evaluation and compensation to provide effective advice to client group, to understand and apply job evaluation plans effectively, to participate in new program design and implementation.
General knowledge of HR, employee/labour relations and management theories and practices to facilitate the provision of effective consultation and advisory services to client group
Use and application of statistical methodologies to understand and analyze external market salary data. General knowledge and understanding of trends and developments in compensation practice, which may impact on the organization's existing programs, and their future development.
Knowledge of employment and compensation related legislation and internal Collective Agreement(s) to ensure compliance and provide appropriate advice and guidance to client group.
Excellent interpersonal and analytical skills to probe for and elicit appropriate information from clients on their needs related to job content and requirements. to review job relationships and apply job evaluation plans.
Well-developed communication, influencing and persuasion skills to provide advice and guidance to CPM management and HR colleagues on a wide range of job evaluation and compensation related issues and to successfully work in partnership with union representatives as part of a management team on joint job evaluation.
Excellent writing skills to provide assistance/prepare effective job documentation, prepare supporting job evaluation rationales, prepare job evaluation analyses and recommendations to clients.
Developed presentation skills to effectively deliver information to large and small audiences on new initiatives, changes to current programs and practices and to mentor/coach and/or train HR community on YUSA job evaluation processes, plans and their application and usage.
Excellent planning and organizational skills to effectively prioritize work and deliver to client group on a timely basis in a high volume, fast paced and demanding environment.
Ability to work effectively as a member of a team to discuss issues, solicit and provide advice, share information and provide team focused recommendations and solutions in response to job related.
Adaptability to change, new ideas and practices.
Microsoft Office: Advanced Excel, Intermediate Word, PowerPoint and Access skills
Familiarity with PeopleSoft HRMS.
Note: Position requires verification of degree(s)/credential(s)
Works within a typical office environment (actual and virtual).
Sensory demands include a higher than usual level of listening and concentration when working with clients on job design, job documentation and job evaluation issues, reviewing and rating jobs in a committee setting, conducting salary analyses and review.
High volume environment with multiple competing priorities and deadlines.
York's CPM Compensation Framework has a salary grid consisting of 6 or 8 steps (depending on job grade) which is reviewed annually with possible adjustments, and a lump sum Performance Based Recognition Award. Employees will receive the grid adjustment and depending on performance, eligible permanent employees may move to the next step of the grid and may receive a lump sum Performance Based Recognition Award.Visit the CPM Compensation page on the HR Website to find out more about York's CPM Compensation Program.
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