Senior Classification and Compensation Analyst

San Joaquin County Human Resources
(209) 468-3370
(209) 468-0508

Annual Base Salary: $85,530-$103,979
In addition to base salary, members of the Confidential Unit receive a 10% supplement.

The Human Resources Division is seeking an experienced analyst to perform complex professional level public personnel work in the area of classification and compensation. This specialized role will receive direction from the Director and Deputy Director of Human Resources.
The Senior Classification and Compensation Analyst is expected to be a technical expert in the field of classification and compensation for the Human Resources Division and will be the lead on countywide issues relating to these areas.  The position will be responsible for researching complaints and grievances related to classification and compensation matters, review countywide new position and classification study budgetary requests, as well as propose salary recommendations on new and existing positions.
This position plays a critical role in the division and must be a collaborative and merit principal based problem solver. The ideal candidate will possess public sector  experience directly related to classification and compensation and demonstrate performing such duties with a high level of independence and professional judgement. The position requires in-depth knowledge and experience with job analysis, salary surveys, and strong organizational skills. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, which will be used to present complex classification study information to the Civil Service Commission, Board of Supervisors, County Management, and other organizations requesting data relating to County classification and compensation matters.

Click on the website link above to learn more about this exciting opportunity! We look forward to seeing your application. San Joaquin County is an equal employment opportunity employer. 

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