The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, (UTK) invites applications and nominations for a Compensation Analyst within the Human Resources office. The UTK Human Resources Office provides services to more than 5,000 regular faculty and staff, as well as temporary and student employees. The UTK HR office values excellence and inclusion by building relationships with respect, integrity, accountability and care. Our HR team is highly active across our campus and broader community and is seeking candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University. We offer a culture that is supportive of respect, equity and broad participation to meet the needs of our campus.
The anticipated hiring range for this position is $50,000 and $60,000 annually.
Review position descriptions and conduct classification evaluations.
Provide consultative services to department clients advising on how to write position description.
Provide pay recommendations to department clients.
Recommend classifications for positions including job title, pay grade, and FLSA exemption.
Perform salary analyses and provide salary recommendations.
Review equity issues and recommend adjustments as needed.
Special Projects and Data Analyses
Research and analyze data and information from various sources, and provide reports and recommendations.
Gather data and provide analyses for responding to internal and external requests and salary surveys.
Provide information, advice, and assistance on classification and compensation topics and HR policy and procedures.
Respond to internal and external inquiries.
Troubleshoot and resolve difficult questions/issues.
Our primary mission is to move forward the frontiers of human knowledge and enrich and elevate the citizens of the state of Tennessee, the nation, and the world. As the preeminent research-based, land-grant university in the state, UT embodies the spirit of excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, creative activity, outreach, and engagement attained by the nation’s finest public research institutions.