1341 Assistant Director of Human Resources, Compensation and Information Management


TITLE Assistant Director of Human Resources, Compensation and Information Management




IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR Associate Director of Human Resources


The Assistant Director of Human Resources, Compensation and Information Management administers the job classification and compensation program for the University, maintains and applies salary administration guidelines, monitors, reviews, and finalizes all job descriptions, ensures proper classification under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), while performing job analyses and job evaluations of staff positions.  The Assistant Director of Human Resources, Compensation and Information Management manages the university’s HRIS program including personnel recordkeeping and reporting functions while serving as the primary contact for the HRIS program.


Education: A Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or a related field is required.

Experience:  At least three years of progressively responsible human resources administration or classification and compensation administration experience is required; classification and compensation work experience in higher education is preferred.  Experience as a Human Resources generalist is preferred. An equivalent combination of years of experience and education may be considered for substitution of educational requirements.

Skills:  Strong verbal and written communications, effective interpersonal relations, as well as analytical skills are required.  Data management and advanced Excel skills are required. An understanding of compensation concepts and a working knowledge of the Fair Labor Standards Act and other pertinent laws is required.  The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required.


1. Ensures the effective administration of the University's classification and compensation systems, by collecting, and submitting, occupational and salary information, maintaining and/or implementing modifications to the classification and compensation system.

2. Maintains internal salary equity by performing job analysis and job evaluation and assuring that positions and jobs are correctly classified within the University’s internal hierarchy of jobs.

3. Evaluates external salary equity by participating in various salary surveys, analyzing salary survey results, identifying areas of concern, and publishing results as directed.

4. Manages the position classification system by evaluating the nature of jobs in order to determine the classification of jobs for FLSA, Affirmative Action, IPEDS, and other reporting, determining the pay grade through evaluation of the job description using compensable factors, reviewing job descriptions for compliance with state and federal law and University policy, assisting/advising departments on job description development, and maintaining the archive of official University job descriptions.

5. Manages annual and semi-annual salary increases and notification processes by preparing statistical and analytical reports and ensuring accurate salary adjustments.

6. Administers a variety of sunshine requests, compensation and workforce reports and queries, organizing human resource information into understandable formats, ensuring accurate and timely reporting out of information.

7. Ensures personnel records and associated documents are properly maintained in accordance with state and federal laws, and university policy, while supervising clerical staff.

8. Serves as the knowledge expert for HRIS functionality, collaborating with a variety of departments to improve HRIS functionality and automation.

9. Contributes to a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.

10. Remains competent and current through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development courses, and attending training and/or courses as directed by the Director of Human Resources.

11. Contributes to the overall success of the Office of Human Resources by supporting innovative improvements and automated processes, while performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


The Assistant Director of Human Resources, Compensation and Information Management reports to and receives administrative supervision from the Associate Director of Human Resources and supervises and coordinates designated full and part-time employees.