PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY: Gain understanding of the compensation function through supporting the daily operations of the global compensation team, and by completing special projects that support our compensation strategy. The Compensation Intern is responsible for writing and updating job descriptions; using compensation software to competitively market price jobs and run reports; building and improving internal tools and processes for team use; and supplying data to third party survey vendors for eventual use in our competitive analyses. Some work may require analysis and use of initiative and independent judgment, but most assignments are specific and well-defined.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize time sensitive issues. Ability to keep sensitive information confidential. Maintains accountability for assigned tasks and recognizes when escalation is necessary. Ability to solve basic problems and take appropriate action. Ability to learn quickly in a fast paced, ever changing environment. Moderate to advanced skills in Excel and PowerPoint. Basic knowledge of principles and theories of compensation administration. Basic knowledge of job analysis, documentation and descriptions. Basic knowledge of US legal regulations affecting compensation administration, with the ability to learn regulations in other countries. Strong written and oral communication skills.