Compensation Consultant

Compensation Consultant

At AFSC, we recognize that the key to our success is our people. As a progressive and rapidly changing organization, we continue to develop and nurture our reputation as a great place to work and are always looking for skilled individuals to join our team in one of our 46 offices located throughout Alberta.

Reporting to the Supervisor, Payroll, the Compensation Consultant is the organization’s compensation resource, responsible for day to day operations in the area of total rewards, providing compensation expertise in the research, design, implementation and administration of corporate compensation programs that align with the company’s strategic objectives. The Compensation Consultant will provide advice, support and coaching to HR colleagues and business partners on the application of compensation programs, guidelines, procedures and best practices. The incumbent will also advise senior management on key compensation issues as well as market influences, trends and advancements. The Compensation Consultant will:

Plan and effectively participate in regular compensation activities including, but not limited to:
• Conduct best practice job evaluations using supporting documentation to determine appropriate position classifications, including managing the process for existing and newly created positions and conducting job audits as appropriate;
• Participate in compensation surveys, including acting as a point of contact for surveys outside the organization, and analyzing survey results and providing recommendations;
• Collaborate with HR colleagues and other stakeholders, identifying the needs of business partners and providing solutions to effectively meet needs that align with the company’s strategic direction;
• Collaborate with stakeholders to maintain a Job Descriptions repository;
• Recommend changes and provide resources to stakeholders on Job Description development
• Ensure that all job descriptions have the correct information required in order to classify and compare to market;
• Develop compensation training, guidelines, communications and processes;
• Define and document administrative procedures and audit the application of these procedures;
• Provide coaching and training to HR colleagues on compensation and total rewards topics;
• Lead in the development, design, analysis and administration of competitive compensation programs to continue to attract, retain and motivate high performing employees;
• Lead in the development and revision of total rewards policies and provide support for AFSC’s reward and recognition programs;
• Maintain and ensure the integrity of data in our internal systems;
• Maintain and ensure the integrity of AFSC organizational charts
• Network with other compensation professionals to learn about new initiatives and practices, through participation in compensation association and industry functions;
• Other duties and special projects as assigned.

• Post-Secondary degree or diploma in a related field;
• 2 years of compensation/total rewards experience;
• Experience with Hay job evaluation methodology is considered a preferred asset;
• Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or Certified Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) is considered an asset.

The successful candidate will possess excellent analytical and communication skills with an advanced knowledge of MS Office programs.

$4,673 to $6,361 per month