Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus is now accepting applications for a Director, Compensation, Benefits and HRIS.
All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/
Job Opening ID: 1004671
The Director of Compensation, Benefits and Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) is responsible for managing these areas through analysis, development, evaluation, and implementation of the College’s
compensation and benefits plans. Programs are designed to attract, retain and motivate a highly skilled workforce while ensuring compliance with governmental regulations, internal equity and competitive pay structure. Goals are achieved by providing the vision, leadership, planning, project coordination, and management for HRIS while concurrently facilitating efficient operations to meet current and future business needs within the Division of Human Resources (HR).
Duties & Responsibilities:
•Manages all compensation and benefits programs, policies and procedures, including but not limited to job evaluation, job classification/reclassification, salary structures for all non-instructional employees, welfare plans (health, dental, life and other voluntary plans) and retirement programs (Florida Retirement System, Tax Sheltered Annuities (TSA’s), etc.)
•Leads the Compensation and Benefits Teams on data preparation and analysis to serve a variety of institutional needs including support of the College’s collective bargaining agreement with the faculty
•Leads the HRIS staff that provides support to HR, as well as college-wide personnel data reporting and coordination of the faculty management system
•Designs compensation and benefits services and strategies, makes recommendations, and prepares proposals for new and improved programs based on institutional need and/or governmental changes
•Counsels employees on available retirement options, rules, and regulations, both mandatory and voluntary
•Oversees leave of absence programs to ensure administration according to applicable federal laws and College procedures
•Implements benefits programs, ranging from the initial stage of gathering information through program implementation and evaluation that are compliant with all applicable federal, state and local laws
•Recommends reclassification of positions to maintain consistency throughout the College
•Master’s degree in Human Resources or related field and six (6) years of progressively responsible experience including supervision of employees, three (3) of which should be directly related to classification/compensation administration and/or benefits; or Bachelor’s degree with a major in Human Resources or related field and ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in Human Resources administration, including supervision of employees, four (4) of which should be directly related to classification/compensation administration and/or benefits.
•Knowledge of classification principles and job evaluation methodology sufficient to apply appropriate techniques to classify positions
•Expert knowledge of current State and Federal compensation and benefit rules and regulations through official publications and communication with appropriate agencies
•Knowledge of applicable federal and state employment laws and regulations
•Knowledge of HR practices and principles
•Knowledge of an HR documents system
•Knowledge and skill in functions/processes of HRIS
•Expert knowledge of computer assisted compensation and benefits analysis techniques
•Skill in computing rates, ratios, and percentages in gathering and applying salary and benefits data
•Ability to develop and implement action plans to address unique and unusual issues within compensation and benefits disciplines