People/Compensation and Benefit officer Job Description,
Duties, Functions, Role and Responsibilities
What is the job Description and duties of a
people/compensation and benefit officer? What are the duties and
responsibilities of a people/compensation and benefit officer? People/compensation
and benefit officer are responsible for people are at the core of what we do. The
People Operations team is the key in unlocking “people potential” towards
achieving our company’s goals.
Job Description, Duties, Functions, Roles and Responsibilities of a people/compensation and benefit officer
on operational excellence and execution – we want to make our employees’ and
their managers’ lives simpler, and give them the tools and support to be
successful. We must excel first and foremost on service delivery.
analytics/data to drive key decisions and continuous improvement – across core
HR competencies like compensation, performance, talent, we believe that an
analytical approach will enable us to attract, reward, and retain top
with the company’s strategic objectives – we are all playing for the same team.
The human resources function, along with finance, operations, legal, and other
functional areas, should be fully in sync.
About The Role
The Compensation & Benefits Officer position operates at
the front lines of Human Resources.
The ideal candidate should possess exceptionally high
attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and ability to manage multiple
workflows and projects simultaneously. You are level-headed, disciplined, and
thoroughly understand that HR must protect the Company’s interests and policies
and guide employees through their career lifecycles at the same time. Last but not least – you relish challenges
What You Will Do
Process: lead and “quarterback” separations processes, including
department, asset, and financial handovers – involves IT, Admin, and Payroll
Verification: work with Payroll Accountant to ensure that all contractors and
employees are properly represented with the right deductions/additions, if any.
Generate monthly report for managers on headcount
Benefits: supporting staff with questions about health coverage, managing
additions to coverage, dealing with other health coverage issues
Management: ensure that all staff has the assets they need; deal with asset
recovery processes and exchanges/one-off needs. Heavy interfacing with IT and
Procedures: work with the HR Director on managing these procedures
Grievances, Investigations: lead these processes with some direction from the
Documentation: ensuring that offer letters, contracts, probation confirmations,
and change of status documents are appropriately handled
What You Should Have
adherence to systems and process
working with a culturally and socioeconomically diverse workforce
of four years of full-time work experience in Human Resources
working knowledge of Microsoft Office; technologically competent/quick learner
experience in fast-growth, rapid-scale contexts, particularly with large
numbers of field staff
written and verbal communication skills
energy and enthusiasm level; willingness to do whatever necessary to get the
Dynamics NAV experience preferred
Degree, preferably with Business Administration and/or Human Resources course
specialization, with exemplary academic performance
detailed doer – You have a track record of getting things done. You’re
organized and responsive. You take ownership of every idea you touch and
execute it to a fine level of detail, setting targets, engaging others, and
doing whatever it takes to get the job done. You can multi-task dozens of such
projects at once and never lose sight of the details. Likely, you have some
experience in a startup or social enterprise.
creative problem-solver – Growing any enterprise from scratch comes with
massive and constant challenges. You need to be flexible and ready to get
everything done effectively, quickly, and affordably with the materials at
life-long learner – You believe you can always do better. You welcome
constructive criticism and provide it freely to others. You know you only get better
tomorrow when others point out where you’ve missed things or failed today.