• Compensation Analyst (NC or CO)

    Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh
    Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    FMI is seeking a high-energy, self-motivated individual with solid quantitative and analytical skills to join its growing People & Organization team. The selected candidate will have a tremendous opportunity to acquire new skills from established thought leaders in the areas of compensation, strategy, and leadership. The qualified individual will directly participate in the continuous improvement of services to our clients. A team-oriented consulting model drives the FMI process, and this role is a critical player in bringing data-driven advice to diverse clients, from Fortune 500 construction contractors to environmental engineering start-ups.


    This is a full-time opportunity based in either our corporate headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina or our Cherry Creek office in Denver, Colorado. 


    • Performing quantitative and qualitative analyses with in-house, proprietary and third-party data
    • Creating, maintaining, and improving analytical tools, models, and processes
    • Developing client deliverables, including drafting reports and presentations
    • Interacting regularly with individuals at all levels within a client organization
    • Conducting interviews and assess information to understand corporate operations, organizational structures, and employees’ job roles
    • Participating in multiple compensation projects for diverse clients simultaneously
    • Performing other duties as assigned


    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in economics, business, finance, human resources, statistics, data science or related field; master’s degree or MBA preferred
    • 0-3 years of professional work experience, with prior consulting or compensation experience preferred
    • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designation preferred
    • Strong skills in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; Access knowledge desirable
    • Sound understanding of basic statistics and principles; satisfactory completion of one or more statistics classes
    • Strong analytical skills and the ability to relate results to overall project goals
    • Ability to consider and articulate creative, unique, and effective approaches to work assignments and exercise sound independent judgment
    • Demonstrated project management skills
    • Ability to work independently, perform well under pressure and adapt to change
    • Excellent written and verbal communication, listening, problem solving, interpersonal and relationship-building skills
    • Maturity, integrity and the ability to work in an entrepreneurial environment, both individually and as a team player


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