The Oregon Health Authority is modernizing and expanding their HR Team and currently has a fantastic opportunity for an HR Professional with Classification and Compensation experience to join an excellent team and work to advance their HR operations.
What you will do!
As a Classification and Compensation Analyst, you will ensure consistent and accurate application of the State of Oregon's classification system by analyzing people, positions, compensation and structures to ensure classification equity and alignment. You will play a key part in ensuring compliance with Oregon's new Pay Equity laws and manage the changes that will come with the implementation of these new laws.
You will be responsible for delivering all facets of classification activities throughout the enterprise in partnership with the HR team and hiring managers. You will perform pay equity assessments and classification of positions.
In this role, you will apply job analysis methods to ensure positions are appropriately classified and provide technical assistance and advisory services to managers on various staffing and classification topics. You will consult and advise managers regarding position classifications to ensure agency-wide consistency in allocation and adherence to statewide classification system specifications. You will also work with hiring managers to create position descriptions based on the operational and business needs of the organization.
What's in it for you?
Collaboration in an open office with a team of bright individuals to work with and learn from. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. If you are an HR Professional with Classification and Compensation experience, don't delay, apply today!
A bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior or Development, Business or Public Administration, the Applied Behavioral Sciences, Industrial Relations or a job-related course of study determined by the appointing authority; and two years of Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position.
Valid Certification as a Professional in Human Resource awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute, and three years Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position.
Five years Human Resource experience related to the position. Three of the five years must have been at the professional-level.
A master's degree in any of the above listed courses of study may substitute for one year of professional-level experience.