Senior Compensation Analyst



  • Assists with the design, implementation, and continual improvement of compensation programs, through analytical methods including annual reviews, benchmarking surveys, and job classification.
  • Conducts compensation studies and analyses. Leverages data to develop recommendations and drive organizational decision-making on compensation.
  • Prepares ad hoc analyses of internal equity and external market competitiveness, as requested
  • Uses analytical techniques and models to help government organizations proactively manage compensation programs, policies, and practices.
  • Communicates analytical results and analytically driven findings to government decision makers in a clear, action-oriented way.
  • Establishes repeatable methods, processes, and tools for compensation analysis and trains others in their use.



  • Bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university
  • 3+ years of recent experience in compensation
  • 3+ years of recent experience using a variety of quantitative tools and methods to capture and analyze compensation metrics
  • Technical knowledge of government practices and policies for compensation and classification
  • Exceptional oral and written communication and presentation skills, with demonstrated experience presenting analytically driven results to non-technical audiences
  • Experience working in a project-based environment
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Ability to obtain a U. S. government security clearance.


  • Advanced degree from an accredited college or university, in public administration, human resources, or a closely related field
  • Experience in federal government or federal government consulting
  • SHRM/PHR/CCP certification
  • Active government security clearance.

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