LIXIL Americas is looking for a self-directed and energetic Sr. Compensation Analyst/Specialist to support our businesses in the US and Canada. The successful candidate will be responsible for the development, implementation, and administration of compensation programs in accordance with local country guidelines and policies. The Sr. Compensation Analyst will have the opportunity to broaden their experience in various aspects of strategic compensation including the design and implementation of several core compensation programs. This position will report to the Americas Leader of Total Rewards.
Play a key role in the execution of LIXIL Americas compensation strategy, philosophy and programs to ensure market competitiveness and internal equityOwns full life cycle of conducting job analysis, evaluation and salary administration to determine appropriate salary grades and pricing for all jobs levels (entry to executive)Partner closely with HR business partners and Talent Acquisition teams on proposals for new hire offers, promotions, and salary adjustmentsMaintain LIXIL Americas job architecture structureSupport the end to end administration of the annual compensation review process, including preparation of data and system, communication and training to HR Partners and leaders, consolidation of data for approvals, submission to payroll and distribution of compensation statementsParticipate in compensation surveys and maintain job library with up-to-date job and comp data at all timesGather market intelligence to maintain market competitivenessReview survey results and conduct analyses of market trends and make recommendations for continuous improvementAdminister and assist with design of variable pay/incentive programs such as Sales Incentive Plan, Annual Incentive Program, and other short-term incentive programsManage periodic employee communications regarding compensation updates or changes to incentive plans and policiesPeriodically review compensation compliance requirements including minimum wage analysis in support of the broader pay equity activities, supervisor compression analysis, etc.Participate in projects related to compensation program design, implementation, and administration
At least 3 years of direct Compensation experienceAt least 1 year of managing the annual compensation planning cycleBachelors degree in Business or Human Resources Management or equivalent experienceMust be able to work in a fast-paced environment and use independent judgment for decisions that may not be straightforwardProficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and WordStrong technical knowledge of Excel required including development of spreadsheets with formulas, functions, pivot tables, lookupsKnowledge of compensation principles, programs, practices, including DOL laws including FLSAAbility to organize, prioritize and handle multiple projects at onceAbility to handle sensitive HR information with high degree of confidentiality and discretionMust be detail oriented with strong analytical skills and be able to present analytical data in an easily understandable formatVerbal, written, presentation and interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with all levels of the organizationDemonstrated ability to work independently and within a teamCCP/GRP certifications and manufacturing industry experience, a plusWorking knowledge of PeopleSoft, SuccessFActors, a plusWorking knowledge of CompAnalyst or other major survey tools such as Mercer WIN, a plus