Government Compensation Lead, Toronto, Teamrecruiter.com Inc

Published 2022-08-08
Expires 2022-09-08
ID #1119637317
Government Compensation Lead, Toronto, Teamrecruiter.com Inc
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published August 8, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Government compensation lead

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"The start date of this job is flexible and in order to find the best candidate the job may remain open much longer than the date mentioned on this posting…or you may be asked to start sooner than the expected start date if you are able to do so" URGENT: Please read the job description below. If this interests you, please send a MS-Word version copy of your updated resume (ASAP) along with your salary expectations, first available date and a telephone contact number. Please mention the job title above in the subject line The recruiter in charge of this role is Sunita If you do not think you are a match for this opportunity, but know someone who is, feel free to forward this email to them and you will be eligible for a referral bonus upon a successful hire. One of our government clients is looking for a Government Compensation Lead Length: 3 months contract with a possibility of extension Location: North York, ON - Hybrid OVERVIEW OF ROLE: Accountable for providing specialized expertise, leadership, and advisory services on all aspects of compensation including job description writing and evaluation, total compensation, salary administration and pay for performance in support of overall Human Resources strategies, programs, policies and initiatives and commitment to customer service. · Provides leadership of the Compensation portfolio including development, implementation and oversight of all compensation programs, policies, and initiatives to meet the diverse and unique requirements of a new organization with a diverse range of compensation issues. · Provides strategic expertise, advice and guidance to Human Resources management and colleagues and internal clients regarding all aspects of our total compensation strategy, program and plan including the interpretation and application of legislative authorities, collective agreements, and our policies. · Provides project leadership in the planning, research and introduction of compensation programs, services, policies, and continuous improvement initiatives including the development of tools, policies, supports and processes for the introduction of innovative best practices to support critical change for a modern and flexible work environment. · Leads the job evaluation of our executive, management and unionized positions including direction and support of management and HR colleagues on the job description writing process, facilitation of job evaluation committees and final determination of evaluations of positions within utilizing multiple executive, management and unionized job evaluation structures, guidelines, and systems. · Administers our salary structure and compensation plan, ensuring compliance with relevant legislative authorities, Collective Agreements, and applicable policies. Works collaboratively with Payroll to ensure accuracy and timeliness of changes to our employee salaries. · Leads our Pay for Performance Program including development of tools, guidelines and resources; oversight of program administration and analysis and reporting of outcomes. · Oversees the development and maintenance of all compensation content within various databases and Shared Drives, including repository of job descriptions, updates on salary ranges, salary administration and pay for performance guidelines. · Provides coaching and training to HR team and clients on a range of compensation and pay for performance programs, plans and initiatives and provides subject matter expertise to the CHRO and our executives. · Leads the analysis and resolution of complex compensation issues with the HR Team and clients and participates, as required to resolve related grievances. · Develops and presents a range of reports and analyses on our compensation programs and plans including trends and projects costs and in support of collective bargaining and/or corporate budgeting purposes. Makes presentations to the Board HR Committee as required. · Acts as the key interface with the Labour Relations Lead on all job evaluation issues and grievances to provide expertise and guidance in the resolution of sensitive labour relations matters. · Leads/participates on internal Human Resources Committees and prepares presentations/briefings, as required for the Senior Manager or Chief Human Resources Officer for submission to the Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors. · Works in collaboration with colleagues across Human Resources on department priorities EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE · Degree/Diploma in Human Resources or related field. · 5 - 7 years' experience in the provision and oversight of compensation programs, advisory services, and support. · Specialized experience in leading all aspects of compensation including job description writing, job evaluation, salary administration and pay for performance within an evolving organization and unionized environment. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS · Knowledge and expertise in human resource theories, principles, and best practices with a focus on compensation. · Knowledge and interpretative understanding of relevant legislation (e.g., Occupational Health and Safety, Ontario Human Rights Code, WSIB, Employment Standards Act) and initiatives which impact on compensation in a broad public sector environment. · Proven customer service and partnership skills and a committed team player · Excellent oral, written and presentation skills Please note that this is the most up to date version of job description available at this time - During Client Interview you will receive additional information - variance may apply Please note: Adherence to our end client's vaccination policy is a requirement Please visit the TEAMRECRUITER website to review other CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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