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Associate Compensation Analyst

At Church & Dwight, we value talented professionals with a strong desire to make a positive impact in our company. As a rapidly growing organization, we are always seeking passionate and creative individuals whose action-oriented mindset will foster continued growth throughout our leading brands.
Role Summary
The Associate Compensation Analyst provides day-to-day support for the Global Compensation department.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
Primary contact for completing compensation survey submissions.
Review job summaries to assess appropriate market benchmarks and to determine pay grade.
Support the compensation team in the administration of compensation programs, including year-end planning cycle (bonus, merit and stock), and salary structure maintenance.
Complete reporting and conduct data integrity audits in multiple systems including, but not limited to Workday, UBS and Mercer WIN.
Assist in developing documentation related to the department's current operational processes; and assist in identifying opportunities for improvement in both US and international compensation structures.
Support HR Business Partners with compensation related questions.
Assist in preparation of compensation and organization meeting materials.
Additional duties and projects as assigned.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree required. Previous HR experience required, at least 1-2 years. Experience in Compensation is a plus.
Strong experience with Microsoft Excel and Word is required.
Demonstrated integrity and discretion in handling protected/confidential data.
Experience pulling survey data from multiple systems.
Skills and Competencies
Effective communication skills both written and oral
Customer service focus
Ability to manage competing priorities; ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Ability to deal with ambiguity
Church & Dwight is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
For more information on our company, our brands and our culture visit us at http://www.churchdwight.com/.


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