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  • February 27, 2019 2:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) Organizational Development (OD) Division is recruiting for talented Classification and Compensation Consultant Senior. This position reports to the Total Rewards Manager and will help design and administer the compensation, classification and recognition programs to enhance our ability to attract, motivate and retain top talent. If you believe that a good compensation strategy plays a crucial role in an organization’s ability to achieve its mission then you may be the difference-maker we are looking for. VDSS employs over 1,800 state employees and support over 8,000 local employees in offices across the state delivering programs that support over 1.6 million citizens of the Commonwealth.

    The Classification and Compensation Consultant Senior partners with VDSS leaders to assess and identify short and long-term strategies related to employee compensation; manages the program area to incorporate innovative solutions to base pay and non-base pay options. Specific responsibilities include:

    • Partners with VDSS leaders to assess and identify short and long- term strategies related to employee compensation; manages the program area to incorporate innovative solutions to base pay and non-base pay options and support executives and managers in the day-to-day management of compensation.

    • Establishes pay structures and supports position classification structures.

    • Consults with OD managers, OD staff and agency supervisors to ensure understanding and effective use of compensation tools.

    • Coaches OD staff in appropriate compensation methods and in applying the Commonwealth’s pay practices and pay factors. Guides OD staff on documenting pay decisions.

    • Conducts research, analyzes relevant materials and determines FLSA status. Produces analytical briefs as necessary to support compensation recommendations.

    • Maintains up to date overtime guidelines and advises OD staff on current application of overtime pay.

    • Designs and administers employee recognition and rewards programs. Consults with managers to develop new programs.

    • Leads and monitors special projects.

    • Develops and revises policies, procedures and documents related to areas of responsibility. Ensures documents meet standards for publication and are posted in the appropriate areas. Communicates changes to documentation to the appropriate OD, agency and local department staff.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Public or Business Administration or a related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.

    • Considerable experience in designing and administering classification and compensation programs to include developing, implementing and interpreting policies and procedures.

    • Considerable experience providing consultative services in the administration of compensation strategy and programs.

    • Considerable experience in position classification, job evaluation, and job analysis to include developing position descriptions.

    • Experience managing projects and leading teams.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Knowledge of employee recognition and rewards programs.

    • Experience implementing organizational change initiatives.

    • Experience working in a matrix reporting environment.

    • Possession of relevant certification (CCP, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, PHR or SPHR).

    Applicants must apply on-line through the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Recruitment Management System at VDSS does not accept employment applications by mail, e-mail or fax.

  • February 11, 2019 3:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    VCU Health System's Human Resources is seeking a full time Executive Compensation Manager to be responsible for the oversight of all elements of executive compensation for the VCU Health System, ensuring alignment with the overall HR strategy. Responsible for developing recommendations to optimize the execution of executive compensation programs and processes. Leads the analysis, development and implementation of executive compensation across the Health System. Provides support and counsel to executive leadership related to executive compensation in addition to supporting the Director of Compensation with day to day compensation operations.

    • Manages, executes and monitors executive compensation programs. 
    • Designs, modify and leads compensation strategies and programs that align with business objectives and support business success. May also assist with leading the compensation team. 
    • Assist in preparation of materials for Board meetings, and assist with implementation of recommended actions by the Board as required. 
    • Assist in the design and modification of executive compensation programs, guidelines, processes, policies and procedures to include the development of recommendations focused on enabling the attraction, motivation and retention of key executive talent. Assist with the development of executive level job descriptions.  
    • Prepares competitive internal and external market analyses. Presents findings to Senior Leadership and prepares recommendations.
    • Ensures all plans and processes comply with applicable regulations and requirements, including reporting, required disclosures, and testing.
    • Ensures effective tools are in place to manage executive compensation.
    • Partners with HR Communications team to develop and implement a comprehensive communications strategy to deliver the executive compensation message.
    • Partners with stakeholders to ensure accurate forecasts and calculations of expenditures for budgeting, reporting, and other analytics. 



    • Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources or related field from an accredited program.
    • Minimum of eight (8) years' experience in HR/Compensation specialist and leadership roles to include a minimum of 5 years of executive compensation experience.


    • Master's Degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources or related field from an accredited program. 
    • Health System and academic medical center experience. 
    • Human Resources compensation certification (e.g.  MCCP, CCP, DECP, PHR, or SHRM-CP).


    For a full position description and to apply visit:

  • January 30, 2019 5:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    This role will report to the Head of Compensation and Retirement Plans and will be the lead Compensation partner for our US Life Division.  This role will work closely with the US Life Division and Genworth Sr. Leaders to design and maintain new and existing programs in direct support of business initiatives and strategic goals. 


    • Provide strategic advice on compensation related matters to US Life Division President and HR Leader
    • Lead the annual compensation planning cycle along with ad hoc market analysis, benchmark studies and job evaluations for the US Life Division
    • Ensure Genworth remains compliant with federal and state regulations, including FLSA, EEO, and pay equity testing
    • Lead the annual incentive program review and design for the entire organization in conjunction with the organization’s business and talent management strategy
    • Partner with HR and Business partners on the implementation, and on-going refinement of wholistic broad-based compensation job architecture, pay structures and governance processes
    • Monitor emerging standards, regulations and trends and apply to compensation designs, processes and strategies as appropriate
    • Partner with HR Systems team to facilitate annual compensation planning processes and revise as needed


    • Ability to effectively collaborate and influence all levels of the organization
    • BA/BS with at least 5 years of Compensation experience
    • Working knowledge of job pricing / market benchmarking practices, and US compliance practices (FLSA, OFCCP, etc.)
    • Knowledge of variable pay plan design principles (including sales compensation plans, operations incentive plans, etc.)
    • Experience administering annual merit/bonus planning processes
    • Strong analytical skills
    • Strong Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills


    • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)
    • Master's Degree in Accounting, Statistics, Business Administration, Finance or Human Resources
    • Experience with International Compensation and Benefits
    • Experience with Willis Towers Watson Global Grading / Career Band Levels and Reward System
    • Experience with Workday

    To apply:

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