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Classification and Compensation Analyst - Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is looking for a Classification and Compensation Analyst to perform a variety of responsible professional, technical and analytical classification and compensation activities required to attract and retain the best talent available to support the mission, vision, and values of Utah's capital city. To be successful in this role, you should have skills and understanding of how to conduct job analyses, salary surveys, and critical job market pricing; provide analytical and technical support for union negotiation teams; innovate and integrate best practices; and advance the City's commitment and values as a top pay equity leader. Ultimately, this role is vital for supporting a fair, equitable, and dynamic total rewards system for our employees.


Announcement: First application review for this position will begin on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. This position is open until filled and may be closed anytime without notice.  This position may be underfilled. Pay will be commensurate with experience. 


To be considered for this position you must complete an online application, attach your resume, and a copy of your diploma or transcripts (if claiming a degree). 


  • Performs professional level administrative and analytical duties to maintain and administer compensation policies, including review of recommended salary adjustments to ensure compliance with established policy and practice; advises supervisors, managers, and union representatives regarding application of compensation programs.

  • Conducts and participates in the completion of salary surveys, position audits, and job classification studies. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates positions for proper classification. Conducts job analyses, analyzing existing and proposed job classifications to obtain information regarding job responsibilities, duties, FLSA exemption, and other specific job requirements.

  • Researches, collects and analyzes market data and internal salary relationships. Prepares statistical reports and correspondence; respond to written and verbal inquiries regarding classification and compensation practices and other related matters.

  • Reviews and approves wage and salary changes resulting from reclassifications, promotions or other job changes, or market adjustments, and payments associated with incentive compensation plans.

  • Collects data on industry standards and best practices. Analyzes internal pay equity including gender and ethnicity. Evaluates the cost impact of changes to base pay rates and incentive programs. Provides assistance during annual compensation processes, including annual market pricing exercises, budget review, and salary increase cycles.

  • Serves as staff support in labor negotiations, updating MOU’s, scheduling meetings, and collection of information.

  • Serves as staff support and coordinator for the Citizens’ Compensation Advisory Committee, carrying out special studies as requested by the committee, and preparing special reports and policy recommendations.

  • Performs special statistical studies relating to compensation, employee classification assignments, merit increase programs and salary surveys.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's degree in human resources, business, public administration, or a related field, and four to six years of professional level human resources experience (or two to four years for underfill), including experience conducting job analysis; developing, writing and/or revising job & class descriptions; and conducting salary studies. Education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for up to a maximum of four years of related experience.

  • Demonstrated experience implementing compensation strategies.

  • Strong verbal and written communication and grammatical skills, including ability to clearly convey information to individuals with various levels of knowledge or understanding of the subject.

  • Be detail-oriented, respectful of the needs and interests of others, assertive, accessible and approachable, and self-directed.

  • Ability to operate a personal computer and various office software programs (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and HRIS used to create reports, documents, and general correspondence; records management, payroll and personnel tracking systems. 

  • Excellent organizational skills.  Ability to quickly shift focus and adapt to changing priorities, handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to maintain confidences in areas of communications, HR work-product, and matters of political sensitivity.

  • Demonstrated commitment to customer service and ability to convey a “business partner” mentality. Ability to build and maintain relationships of trust with stakeholders and customer departments while reviewing and resolving classification and compensation issues with employees and management.

  • Ability to handle a wide range of situations and circumstances effectively, positively, and professionally and to maintain composure in difficult, stressful and quickly emerging situations.

  • Interprets and implements applicable laws and policies regarding classification and compensation requirements and directives.

  • Ability to work well independently and have a collaborative, team-oriented approach.


  • Possession of one or more of the following certifications: Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Professional in Human Resources (PHR)/SPHR, and/or any other job related professional certification.

  • Experience completing large scale classification studies.

  • Experience performing classification and compensation work in a public sector and/or union environment, including cost analysis for collective bargaining.

  • Experience working in a centralized HR department with a business partner model.



Chief Human Resource Officer - SLC Corporation

JOB SUMMARY:  Are you a personable and approachable person who enjoys making a difference in your community?  Salt Lake City is seeking a collaborative and customer service oriented Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO).  This position supports the human capital management of 17 Departments, which encompasses the 3,000 plus employees working for the City.  The CHRO will collaborate with the City's departments in fulfilling the City's initiatives. 


Currently the HR Department consist of 25 full-time employees divided in five divisions.  The CHRO oversees Administration division and the five division managers over Benefits, Employee Relations, Employees University, HRIS and Recruiting, Compensation and Classification.


This is an appointed, at-will position without tenure and exempt from the career service system.


First review of applications will be June 6, 2020.




  • In conjunction with the senior management team, develops human resources strategies designed to meet employee needs while aligning with the organization's goals and mission.

  • Establishes organizational human resources policies, procedures, and sets standards governing strategic workforce planning and development, organizing, directing, and coordinating human resource activities, including, recruitment and selection, onboarding, classification and compensation, employee benefits, employee relations, labor relations, EEO/AA, marketing and communications, training and development, and separations. 

  • Directs and advises HR team in the application of HR policies within the organization

  • Leads and empowers staff to support the retention, training, motivation, and hiring of an all-inclusive workforce.

  • Provides quality customer service based on department's needs

  • Collaborates with all department directors to align departmental strategy or direction with the overall goals of the organization.

  • Serves as a liaison with the community and other outside agencies with regard to Human Resource activities.

  • Communicates with elected officials and the community in a public setting.

  • Performs related duties as required.





1.      Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree in Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Political Science, or similar field plus a minimum of six (6) years related full-time paid employment in the human resource field.  Two (2) years of the six must have been supervising a professional human resources staff.  Education and experience may be substituted one for the other on a year-for-year basis except for the two years supervisory experience.

2.      Strong human relations and leadership skills.

3.      Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with individuals of diverse backgrounds.

4.      Ability to represent the City in presentations or negotiations, and the ability to facilitate group processes, implement effective problem-solving solutions, and build consensus among competing interests

5.      Ability to establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with elected officials, department heads, employees of other agencies, members of the news media and the general public.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Professional Human Resource Certification (PHR, SHRM-CP, SPHR, SHRM-SCP)

  • Working in the public sector (State, County, Municipal, Federal Government)

  • Strong Understanding of change management and project management



1.      Comfortable working conditions, handling light weight, intermittent sitting, standing and walking.

2.      Considerable exposure to stressful situations.

3.      Non-traditional working hours which may include evening and weekend work.



The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified.  All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.


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Senior Payroll Account Manager - BambooHR - Lindon, UT

About Us

Our mission is simple: we want to set people free to do great work. People love our software, and it turns out that people love working here, too. We've been recognized repeatedly for our workplace culture, we’re a certified “Great Place to Work,” and we're proud of our multiple product and service awards.

Why You Should Apply
First impressions are crucial in relationships.  At BambooHR, every interaction with a client is an opportunity to make a difference in their professional—and often their personal—lives. One way we do this is by providing new clients with an exceptional onboarding experience; setting them up for a successful journey with BambooHR. As you know, payroll is a complex function, so our aim is to remove the complexity from the integration process. We bring to the table a world-class implementation process and you bring your own personalized flavor to the experience you provide to our clients. If you’re looking for an influential role within an established organization, where you will be able to make meaningful contributions—not only to our clients but in the overall company goals—let’s talk!


What You'll Do
As a Senior Payroll Account Manager, you will assist new clients in implementing and optimizing our payroll software to their organizational needs. You'll join forces with our exceptional Payroll Implementation Team and you will be given the tools to be successful. Because of your extensive experience in processing different types of payrolls in multiple states, you will assist in the ongoing development of processes. You will also have the opportunity to mentor and lead our junior implementation specialists.

Specifically, you will:

·       Mentor Jr. Payroll Project Managers and help train new hires

·       Successfully guide new payroll clients through their set up of the BambooHR payroll product 

·       Handle complex payroll setups

·       Analyze deduction setups for taxing accuracy

·       Calculate pre- and post-tax deductions to determine taxable wages and to validate taxes

·       Un-bundle tax types that were rolled up by prior vendors

·       Work with different tax types and each state’s differing requirements

·       Audit payroll data for accuracy and validity


What You Need to Get the Job Done
Realistically, you'll need at least 5 years of compelling and diverse payroll processing experience to proficiently accomplish the tasks of this role. That said, we understand that years of experience is relative—five years of payroll experience in one company can be very different than five years of experience in another. So, we're mostly interested in the experience you've acquired over those years.

Here are a few things you should bring into this role:

·       Experience calculating and processing various types of payrolls in multiple states

·       Experience with different payroll setups and a solid understanding of payroll processes, industry-wide

·       Knowledge of various tax laws from different states, deductions, withholdings, amendments, garnishments, and other payroll functions

·       Ability to manage your time and deadlines while juggling multiple tasks

·       Strong written and oral communication skills

·       Proficient project management experience

·       Impeccable attention to detail 

·       Demonstrable Excel proficiency

·       Ability to learn new software (we are a software company, after all)


What You'll Love About Us

·       Great Company Culture. We’ve been recognized by multiple organizations like Salt Lake TribuneGlassdoor,  & Comparably for our great workplace culture.

·       Work that Stays at Work. Genuine work/life balance served here!

·       Rest and Relaxation. 4 weeks paid time off, 11 paid holidays, and we pay you to go on vacation (ask us about this)!

·       Health Benefits. Medical with HSA and FSA options, dental, and vision.

·       Prepare for the Future. 401(k) with a generous company match.

·       Financial Peace University. Bamboo pays for you to take the class, and you walk away with financial savvy and a bonus.



Senior Payroll Specialist - BambooHR - Lindon, UT

About Us
Our mission is simple: we want to set people free to do great work. People love our software—and it turns out that people love working here too. We've been recognized as a "Best Company to Work For,” and we're proud of our team for receiving awards for workplace effectiveness and flexibility.

Why You Should Apply
Not every hero wears a cape. If you’ve been in the payroll industry, you understand that payroll is a vital function in every organization. But when it comes to supporting and enabling these payroll professionals, who are their heroes? BambooHR is on the cusp of becoming an all-in-one HRIS/Payroll system for SMB businesses, and we’re committed to innovating the software products companies use to process payroll. But even the most advanced payroll software is incomplete without a world-class team supporting and enabling the payroll professionals using it.  Cue the Sr. Payroll Specialist.

What You'll Do
Think of this position as the right blend between payroll and client support. As a member of our Payroll Support Team, you will provide email and phone support to our clients through in-depth troubleshooting and research. Your payroll knowledge will not only give you the confidence to provide solutions to challenging questions related to our software (or payroll processing in general,) but also to mentor other team members. As a Sr. Payroll Specialist, you’ll have a meaningful impact—both in the lives of our clients as their payroll guru and on our Payroll Support Team as you multiply those around you. You’ll be an essential part of ongoing process development. By the way, if you don’t have payroll experience but would like to get into payroll, don't worry. You can apply to our general application and we'll let you know as soon as we have another opening!

What You Need to Get the Job Done
If you’re well versed in multi-state payroll processing (including different payroll types and schedules), you have the right experience. We have clients in diverse industries all over the US, so an understanding of different state taxes will allow you to best assist our clients. If your knowledge is sound, we’re not too concerned with the number of years of experience. We are mostly interested in the quality of your experience and the knowledge you’ve acquired.

Specifically, here’s what we’re looking for:

·       Experience calculating and processing various payroll types in multiple states

·       Understanding of deductions, withholdings, amendments, garnishments, and other payroll functions

·       Understanding of where to go for payroll and tax updates/changes

·       Articulate and concise in both written and oral communication

·       Impeccable attention to detail

·       Tech-savvy (you’ll need to become familiar with a lot of different software)

·       Live in the state of Utah (this is not a remote position)

·       Ability to shift between tasks with ease

·       Ability to type 60+ words per minute 

What You'll Love About Us

·       Great Company Culture. We’ve been recognized by multiple organizations like Salt Lake TribuneGlassdoor,  & Comparably for our great workplace culture.

·       Work that Stays at Work. Genuine work/life balance served here! 

·       Rest and Relaxation. 4 weeks paid time off, 11 paid holidays, and we pay you to go on vacation (ask us about this)!

·       Health Benefits. Medical with HSA and FSA options, dental, and vision.

·       Prepare for the Future. 401(k) with a generous company match.

·       Financial Peace University. Bamboo pays for you to take the class, and you walk away with financial savvy and a bonus. 



Compensation/HRIS Manager - Salt Lake County - Salt Lake City


Plans, develops and implements compensation programs, policies and procedures to align with the county goals and competitive practices. Ensures company compensation programs are consistently administered and follow internal policies and government. Provides leadership, planning, project coordination, functional expertise and management of the human resources information system (HRIS) functions.


Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Human Resources Management, Business, Public Administration, Information Technology, or other closely related field, plus six (6) years of related experience, of which two (2) years must have been supervisory; OR an equivalent combination of directly related education and experience. Education may not be substituted for the required supervisory experience.

Preference may be given for current Professional Human Resources Certificates.

Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must pass a required pre-employment background check and subsequent mandatory background checks in accordance with current County Human Resources policy requirements.


  • Manages the development, implementation and administration of compensation programs. Designs creative solutions to specific compensation-related programs and incentive plans.

  • Monitors the effectiveness of existing compensation practices and recommends changes that are cost-effective and consistent with compensation trends and organization objectives. Ensures compliance with federal, state and local compensation laws and regulations.

  • Supervises staff which includes hiring, orienting, training, assigning and reviewing work performance, annual work performance appraisals, and discipline.

  • Manages the day-to-day activities of the compensation and HRIS programs. Sets goals and objectives that support the HR Division and County strategic direction.

  • Provides overall prioritization of work assignments and management of functional team resources and their activities.

  • Promotes proactive approaches using HR systems and technology to meet business needs, improve business processes and solve problems.

  • Serves as a subject matter expert on HR system projects, including leading projects as well as being a member of the HR systems project team.

  • Negotiates priorities and staffing/resource requirements with the IT division, functional staff and others as appropriate. Establishes and monitors program metrics to ensure continuous success and improvement.

  • Plans, budgets and forecasts Compensation and HRIS system needs and applications.

  • Oversees the participation in salary surveys and monitors salary survey data to ensure organization compensation objectives are achieved.

  • Maintains awareness of system upgrades and enhancements that may have a potential impact on current and future HRIS functionality and makes recommendation to senior management.

  • Provides advice and recommendations to organization leadership and staff on pay decisions, policy interpretations, and job evaluations.

  • Serves as an interface between internal customers and the functional team members to ensure effective delivery of Compensation and HRIS support and applications.



Benefits Manager - G&A Partners - Salt Lake City

G&A Partners, a Houston based Professional Employer Organization (PEO) and HR Outsourcing firm is hiring a full-time Benefits Manager for the western region office in Salt Lake City, UT. G&A Partners is a full-service Human Resource outsourcing firm that assists businesses of all sizes with employment-related issues. We specialize in providing payroll services, comprehensive health and dental benefits, human resource management, risk and safety management, and many other ancillary benefits. We provide "Fortune 500" level solutions to businesses with 10 to 10,000 employees.



The Benefits Manager is the leader of G&A’s benefits department for our western region. The benefits team is responsible for administering employee benefit plans on behalf of their clients including implementations, renewals, open enrollments, and ongoing support.



Team Management

  • Serve as the benefits subject matter expert for benefits staff, clients and partners.

  • Manage escalated benefits issues from staff and clients, and answer benefits queries.

  • Responsible for managing interdepartmental relationships, such as GAB, HR, Payroll, IT, etc.

  • Strategically implement technology to create efficiencies in the department.

  • Implement and administer department processes to ensure robust quality controls that lead to a high degree of accuracy, efficiency, and compliance.

  • Manage operations and allocate team resources to adjust for peak season(s).

  • Review and manage design of all benefit communication pieces (i.e. new hire enrollment packets.)

  • Manage vendor and broker relations.

  • Oversee performance management of team members.

Open Enrollment & Renewals

  • Manage client open enrollment process.

  • Oversee the client plan comparisons for renewals and implementation of new plans.

  • Develop long-range objectives regarding benefits programs management and the benefit plan renewal process in conjunction with other internal stakeholders.


  • Liaison to the sales organization to manage client expectations/deliverables promised during the sales process.

  • Oversee the onboarding of new client’s benefits.

  • Assist in the integration of acquired clients and employees.


  • Train and manage department employees to ensure that department actions comply with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation.

  • Ensure company’s policies, procedures and documents (including plan documents, SPDs, SBCs, HIPAA practices, 5500s) relating to all benefit plans are prepared and distributed in compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations.

  • Ensure that all mandatory employee communications are being distributed timely, and in compliance, such as regulatory notices and special enrollments (i.e. FSA, HSA.) Maintain in-depth knowledge and expertise in employee benefits compliance and benefits administrative services.


  • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred

  • 7+ Years of Benefits related experience, ideally from a PEO, Consulting, or Broker role

  • 5+ years of experience in a leadership role with multiple direct reports

  • Ability to perform occasional overnight travel

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus

  • Strong computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Experience with HRIS systems

  • L&H License required, and able to complete ACA certification within 18 months 

G&A Partners has been recently recognized in Utah Business Magazine as one of the Best Companies to Work for, as well as number 16 on the "Fast 50", a list of the 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Utah. Check it out here: 

In addition to the compensation G&A Partners offers a benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability, life, 401k, an award-winning wellness program and full-time schedule conducive to work-life balance. To learn more, visit us at




Workday/HRIS Analyst - Clearlink - Salt Lake City 

Are you a natural problem solver who’s passionate about enhancing strategy through technology solutions? Eager to innovate employee experience through smarter systems and more impactful processes? Ready to use your skills to solve and meet business needs while moving an organization forward in people analytics? Clearlink is growing—and we want you to grow with us. If you’re a Workday Analyst (with 2-4 years of experience) who sees change and challenge as exciting, it’s time to join the Clearlink Workday team. As a Workday Analyst, you will lead the configuration, implementation, and administration of our world-class HRIS, Workday. You will be trusted to own the management of this central resource, ensure technical support and user optimization, and build impactful reporting and analytics tools.

Breaking Down Your Day-to-Day

  • Collaborate with business partners to analyze current existing processes, user goals, and gaps in current user experience

  • Design and implement essential reporting dashboards that empower our leaders and clarify our realities

  • Identifying test scenarios, developing test scripts, and executing testing in support of system and user acceptance testing

  • Support user adoption through influential partnership, training documentation, and resource development

  • Managing user roles and security in HR Systems

  • Creating and maintaining reports or queries utilizing reporting tools

  • Respond quickly and effectively to production issues and user experience problems

What You Need

  • 2-4 years of experience working with software integration (HRIS is a plus; Workday experience is ideal)

  • Capacity to build strong, influential relationships and translate stakeholder needs into concrete solutions

  • Passion for technology implementation and optimization

  • Ability to design and build applications that move business goals forward

  • Ability to shift direction quickly when priorities change

  • Proven ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic and entrepreneurial environment with the versatility to manage multiple projects, priorities and urgent issues successfully and simultaneously

What We Offer

  • Competitive pay

  • Award-winning healthcare coverage and wellness programming, including onsite massage therapists, yoga classes, and personalized nutrition and fitness coaching

  • 401(k) matching

  • Investment in your personal development: tuition reimbursement, leadership programming, opportunities for industry conferences and influence

  • Generous PTO and work / life integration




HR Generalist - - Midvale, UT

The HR Generalist administers programs, procedures, and plans used in carrying out human resource

policies.  Provides guidance to managers, supervisors, and employees on various human resource issues,

and must exercise discretion in delicate associate matters. May be assigned to administer programs

such as FMLA, ADAAA, and LOA.  This is an intermediate level of human resources with no supervisory



Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for compliance with reporting, tracking, and retention requirements

  • Maintains compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment

  • Provides HR policy guidance and interpretation

  • Assists in managing and resolving complex employee relations issues.  Assists in conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations

  • Provide HR Generalist support to designated client groups

  • Strong commitment to continuous learning and becoming your best self

  • Provide unsurpassed customer service to all of our excellent employees

  • Perform other duties as required and assigned by manager and upper management

  • Perform other duties as required and assigned by manager and upper management.

  • Follow legal policies as directed.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent experience required

  • 2+ years of cross-functional HR experience

  • PHR Certification preferred

  • Must be computer literate, proficient in MS Office.  Understanding of HRIS systems a plus

  • Proven record of accomplishment in collaborating with business client groups

  • Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of personnel administration, effective oral and written communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills

  • Proactive approach to problems with a drive for results

  • Desire to take ownership of projects with some supervision, and demonstrated commitment to produce high quality work

​Bachelor's Degree in related field or equivalent experience

​PHR Certification preferred




HR Generalist - Sykes - Provo office

At SYKES, we help people one caring interaction at a time. Our HR team ensures that our people work, learn and grow together.  The HR Generalist is a key part of the HR team and overall leadership team within the site.  This is a true generalist position with emphasis on employee relations, employee engagement, LOA/FMLA and terminations.  You will be the first point of contact for all employee HR needs. 

 What you’ll do:

  • Serve as the first point of contact for employee regarding HR matters

  • Works closely with HR manager on site on initiatives to help enhance employee engagement 

  • Works with the corporate office on all  LOA/FMLA 

  • The first point of contact for all employee relations

  • Encourages employee engagement, and overall employee appreciation within the facility 

  • Work with the recruitment team to help with large recruitment events as needed

  Qualifications, Skills and experience

  • Bachelor's degree

  • 2+ years in HR related position preferred in call center, hospitality, food service and or retail setting

  • Experience with multiple business lines preferred 

  • Well versed in Federal, State and Local employment laws and best practices

What we Offer

  • Amazing benefits (medical, dental, vision and many more)

  • 401K with matching and full vestment without waiting period

  • Full Tuition reimbursement

  • Casual environment with a fun culture

  • Opportunity to grow and advance your career


To Apply:


Employee Relations Consultant - University of Utah Health HR

Overview: University of Utah Health is seeking an experienced Employee Relations Consultant to join our Human Resources team, based in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah!


This position is responsible for partnering with departments to ensure compliance with hospital policies and procedures, advice managers and employees regarding employee relations issues, leave administration and supports them in their training and development needs.


Our candidates must have:

  • Three years' experience in Human Resources with an emphasis in Employee Relations or equivalency.

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or a related field.

  • This position is not responsible for providing patient care.


Corporate Overview: The University of Utah is a Level 1 Trauma Center and is nationally ranked and recognized for our academic research, quality standards and overall patient experience. Our four hospitals and seventeen clinics provide excellence in our comprehensive services, medical advancement, and overall patient outcomes.



  • Interprets University of Utah policies and procedures; entity and applicable laws. Consults with Management, providing guidance for employee relations and other associated policies, practices, and procedures.

  • Proactively works to ensure compliance including but not limited too: clinical licensure, accreditation, state and federal requirements, and organizational policy.

  • Coordinates and Administers the Grievance Process.

  • Serves as a liaison between the University of Utah Health Care and the State of Utah for unemployment claims.

  • Prepares documentation and reports regarding employee relations issues and related decisions.

  • Provides advice, problem resolution, and facilitation in the areas of employee relations, performance management, and employee discipline; advises both employees and management regarding employee relations policies, procedures, and documentation; researches, identifies, and analyzes specific employee relations concerns and makes appropriate recommendations.

  • May assist with or conduct investigations as assigned following established procedures

Knowledge / Skills / Abilities

  • Demonstrated potential ability to perform the essential functions as outlined above.

  • Demonstrated coaching and/or mentoring skills.

  • Knowledge of employment and labor laws.

  • Ability to handle highest level of confidential information.

  • Demonstrated human relations and effective communications skills.

Required Qualifications

  • Three years' experience in Human Resources with an emphasis in Employee Relations or equivalency.

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications


Interested candidates can apply online here:


Compensation Analyst - University of Utah Health HR, full-time

The Compensation Analyst performs a variety of responsible professional, technical and analytical classification of occupational data and developing recommendations that allow the organization to maintain market competitiveness of wages, salaries and benefits to successfully recruit and retain employees. The Compensation Analyst will work on project specific data with the compensation team and other human resource departments..


This position is not responsible for providing care to patients.



  • Works on special projects such as market data benchmarking, performance rating analysis and compensation policies.

  • Provides advice and counsel to leadership on promotion planning, job classification, incentive pay, equity analysis, performance planning and employee compensation recommendation and sound decision making.

  • Administers compensation systems, tools and programs by performing complex compensation data analytics.

  • Ensure data accuracy, integrity and attention to detail.

  • Creates reports to support analysis of market trends and changes in the industry, organization and all related compensation areas.

  • Provides professional advice, education and training for our internal compensation tools, programs and processes.

  • Evaluate, studies and analyzes jobs and prepares job descriptions in a standardized form.

  • Provides analytical insight through reporting and presentation of information.

  • Participates in compensation surveys conducted by third party surveyor.

  • Audits evaluation of jobs and application of existing job classifications of employees.

  • Building a rapport with managers and departments in conducting job reviews.


Knowledge / Skills / Abilities

  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined above.

  • Applicable Federal, State and local rules, regulations and/or statutes.

  • Analyzing and interpreting policies, practices and procedures.

  • Employee relations and customer service principles and practices.

  • Must be able to perform algebraic and regression calculations in additional to basic mathematics.

  • Excellent knowledge of MS office applications, strong Excel analysis of data.

  • Effective interaction, engagement and communication skills. Preparing written reports for varied audiences.

  • Handle sensitive and confidential matters and situations.

  • Negotiation and problem solving and working with broad and complex instructions.


Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Accounting or related field, or equivalency.

  • Two years of related human resource management experience, performing compensation and data analysis.

  • Experience with spreadsheets, query reporting and other information management


Preferred Qualifications

  • CCP Certification

Interested candidates can apply online here:


Labor Relations Business Partner - UTA - Salt Lake City 


We are looking for a talented, passionate, service-oriented HR Business Partner to join UTA and our 2,500 employees located in 13 sites along the Wasatch Front. This role will be responsible for partnering with our operational leaders as their trusted business consultants and human capital management experts. It includes employee advocacy, assisting leaders with change management and navigating all aspects of HR and labor relations matters. Successful candidates will lead and execute our key People Office strategies – talent management, assessment, and deployment; organizational effectiveness, learning and development, and employee & leadership development. They will understand how to objectively and thoroughly consider - and ultimately deliver - the strategic vision of the People Office.  We are looking for someone with solid experience in the key operational aspects of HR (total rewards, talent management, employee relations, regulatory compliance (state and federal), employee engagement, and labor relations), who approaches their work with a lean, business-oriented mindset and financial acumen.  We operate in a union environment. 3 years labor relations, collective bargaining, and grievance resolution experience is required. 

The role requires close collaboration with our talent acquisition, total rewards, and organizational effectiveness teams, and also our legal, executive, and operational leaders.


Provides expertise and support on complex and strategic employee and labor relations issues to UTA executives, managers, and supervisors.   Helps leadership manage employee/labor relations. Provides UTA’s official contract interpretation to operational managers and executives regarding UTA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).  Manages CBA compliance. Supervises grievance process to ensure company policies and grievance procedures are followed. Investigates and responds to grievances. Negotiates settlements to grievances and discipline reviews.  Represents UTA management in discipline review hearings and the Grievance Resolution Committee. Leads groups in identifying and implementing changes to business processes to comply with contractual requirements, or to improve business processes that meet business needs within the context of the CBA.   Performs complex employee and labor relations duties without frequent supervision, including conflict resolution services to management, union leadership, and bargaining unit employees. Identifies, drafts, and distributes employee communications. 



Bachelor’s degree in Labor Relations, Human Resources Management, Public Administration or Business Administration, or related field.  CLRP or SPHR preferred.



Five years progressively responsible experience in human resources, public administration and/or labor relations, including a minimum of three years of union experience including collective bargaining and grievance resolution.  Labor contract negotiation experience “at the table” preferred. Must have knowledge of mediation and conflict resolution techniques, labor agreements and labor laws, and federal and state employment laws and regulations. Must have ability to communicate with and influence leaders throughout an organization. Must be able to analyze situations – gather facts and look for root cause analysis prior to identifying solutions.  Must be comfortable managing conflict and delivering difficult messages. Must have ability to manage time and workload efficiently, which includes planning, prioritizing, organizing, and following-through on tasks, assignments, projects, and reports.  


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An equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.

[UTA reserves the right to determine the equivalencies of education and experience.]

Starting at $78,497.00 annually 

UTA offers a competitive Total Rewards Package with features to meet the needs of a diverse workforce and their families.  Package includes:  competitive pay; an employee health and wellness program including a free on-site clinic with no cost to employees and dependents; on-site fitness facilities; medical, dental, life, vision and disability insurance; flexible spending account; 457 retirement; pension plan; retiree medical account; transit passes for employees and dependents; tuition reimbursement; paid time off including 11 holidays/year; parental leave, training development and career advancement opportunities.   




HR Internship - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Riverton, UT

This Human Resources intern position supports the Human Resources Business Partners and Generalists within the Information and Communications Systems Department (ICS) with the coordination and analysis of HR metrics and execution of basic human resource duties. Interns learn and work in human resources information systems and are responsible to coordinate the efforts of various projects. This is a 40 hr/wk, 8 hr/day internship that is anticipated to last 12 months.  The daily eight-hour start and stop times can vary between 7:30am and 5:30pm, Monday through Friday.


This internship provides an exciting opportunity to work for one of the largest employers along the Wasatch Front in Riverton, Utah.


This individual works with divine guidance to provide or support technology that furthers the mission of the Church and reflects the eternal impact of the gospel.


 We are looking for an upbeat and dedicated individual who loves to learn new skills and can work independently and in a group setting.  The Human Resources Intern supports many aspects of HR work at ICS by assisting and supporting technology professionals.


 Interns at ICS Human Resources can expect to:

·         Work on REAL projects and solve REAL problems

·         Be mentored by highly-experienced HR professionals

·         Gain practical, resume-building experience

·         Receive great pay and be eligible for health insurance

·         Work in a creative, spiritual culture with a highly-motivated team

·         Help “Prepare The Way” for the Lord's work in meaningful ways

Responsibilities will include:

  • Performing data analysis regarding employee demographics, organizational and position information, performance calibration, compensation, etc.

  • Collecting information and preparing presentations needed to make decisions

  • Generating queries, creating spreadsheets and tracking tools

  • Conducting weekly New Hire Orientations

  • Assisting with day-to-day generalist tasks

  • Responding to employee requests

  • Maintaining HR processes, and the ICS HR Sharepoint site as assigned

  • Taking on responsibility for small projects/special assignments

  • Assisting with the execution of key HR initiatives

  • Partnering with professionals within the department to collect information to complete tasks



·         Current enrollment in an accredited college and university OR graduated within the past year

·         Flexibility and the ability to prioritize changing requirements to meet urgent requests 

·         Willingness and ability to learn, get involved, and help improve processes

·         Expertise in using Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook (prefer applicants with above-average Excel skills)

·         Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

·         Attention to detail, organization, and follow through

·         Ability to establish priorities, solve problems, and make decisions quickly and effectively with minimal direction

·         Ability to maintain and complete multiple assignments and effectively manage time

·         Professional demeanor and maturity

·         Good writing, spelling and grammar skills with the ability to compose clear and concise e-mails, correspondence and documents

·         Preference given to applicants who have previously worked in a professional HR environment

APPLY AT: with the job ID# 250884.

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