About Shift!

We’re a tech company who has built an e-commerce marketplace for customers to buy and sell used cars, all while having an experience that is fun, fair and accessible. We’ve set out to transform a huge industry using cutting-edge technology, and bring transparency and convenience to the car buying and selling process. We aren’t stopping there. We bring that same transparency and convenience to car ownership too, with payments, maintenance, and insurance in one easy app. At Shift, we’re building the tools that empower people to buy, own, and sell the cars that make life go.

About the Role:

The Compensation Analyst will research job requirements and evaluate job positions to ensure the company is competitive in the areas of salaries and employee benefits. 

What You Will Do:

  • Prepares and maintains job descriptions for each position in the organization; ensures  descriptions accurately reflect the work being performed by incumbents. 
  • Interviews and surveys employees and managers to gather and document job, organizational,  and occupational information including duties, responsibilities, and skills required by each job. • Assesses jobs and their respective duties to determine classification as exempt or nonexempt  and appropriate salary range. 
  • Benchmarks jobs against survey data and other market intelligence to determine competitive  compensation ranges for each position. 
  • Prepares and maintains job classifications and salary scales. 
  • Prepares and presents summary reports of job analysis and compensation analysis information. • Gathers data from market-based compensation surveys; uses spreadsheet and data analysis  techniques to assess results and market trends. 
  • Evaluates and implements job analysis instruments and materials. 
  • Conducts data and cost analyses to be used in employee negotiations. 
  • Plans and communicates preferred methods and best practices for hiring, training,  compensating, and evaluating employees. 
  • Subject matter expert for equity design and administration. 
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

What You Will bring:

  • Extensive knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods. 
  • Extensive knowledge of human resource laws, regulations and best practices. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills. 
  • Advanced Excel skills. 
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or similar software.

Shift is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Shift is an equal opportunity employer. SHIFT prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. SHIFT conforms to the spirit as well as to the letter of all applicable laws and regulations.

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