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Compensation Analyst (Remote/Full-Time)

Portland, OR · Human Resources

Trupp HR - Compensation Analyst (Remote/Full-Time)

Pay Range: $75,000 - $95,000 annually
Status: Exempt

Are you a compensation professional stuck in the mundane compensation cycle and ready to explore consulting? Forget about your morning commute and get ready to work in a truly remote environment with all the flexibility!

At Trüpp, we believe in harnessing the power of our collective team—valuing the diverse talents, strengths, perspectives, backgrounds, and even quirky traits of each of our employees. As a fully remote organization, Trüpp is committed to creating a remote work environment where all team members feel welcome, respected, supported, and valued.
The Compensation Analyst position at Trüpp plays a key role by contributing to and leading client projects, conducting pay equity studies, conducting market studies, analyzing and updating classification and compensation structures, conducting job analyses, gathering/analyzing/interpreting data, and other processes that support compensation projects for small to mid-sized organizations.
Successful candidates will: thrive in a small energetic team environment; have a proven ability to excel at detail-oriented tasks; conduct client interactions with credibility and curiosity; demonstrate excellent time-management and compensation skills; stay organized and focused in the midst of changing priorities, and consistently deliver quality work.

The annual salary range for this position is $75,000 to $95,000 annually depending on relevant experience and qualifications.

  • Work directly with various clients on projects that require follow-up, in-depth analysis and recommendations for creative solutions.   
  • Evaluate jobs to identify quality benchmarks utilizing salary surveys and public sector information to understand the job market.
  • Create and deploy job analysis, pay equity tools, and questionnaires.
  • Apply advanced MS Excel and system expertise to manage, analyze, and report on complex compensation and client data.
  • Develop compelling market surveys, spreadsheets, and tools to enhance efficiency, work quality, and client value.
  • Conduct job analyses to inform job descriptions, compensation, and pay equity projects and update/create job descriptions.
  • Evaluate the specific skills, knowledge, and abilities of a job to determine how it fits into a client’s classification structure, assign factors for pay equity, and determine the appropriate job level.
  • Ability to gather and analyze employee benefit plan data as it applies to overall rewards that are offered to the client’s employees.
  • Also serves as a contributor to team initiatives, process and tool improvements, and other duties as needed.
  • Successfully apply advanced Excel skills, including using complex formulas, regression analysis, data modeling, pivot tables, and macro workbooks.
  • Working knowledge of HR policies and compensation programs/platforms, including but not limited to job structures (classifications and descriptions), and base pay structures (data acquisition and analysis).
  • Ability to demonstrate excellent communication and time-management skills.
  • Organized and capable of prioritizing own work in a fast-paced setting with frequent and rapid priority and assignment changes.
  • Utilize active listening skills with colleagues and clients to mitigate conflict and improve operational efficiency.
  • Consistently deliver quality, timely, accurate and useful work products.
  • Demonstrate a high attention to detail.
  • Behave in a manner that supports Trüpp’s core values and represents the company in the best possible light.
  • Exemplify professionalism and a sincere concern for contributing to the success of our clients.
  • Treat confidential information gained through employment with Trüpp with sensitivity and tact.
  • A minimum of two years’ compensation and/or classification experience in a similar role is required.
  • Demonstrated expert working knowledge in Microsoft Excel and advanced working knowledge in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, market salary databases, web-based project management and survey software applications.
  • Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred in Human Resources, Accounting, Business Management or related field.

Trüpp (Swedish for “team” and pronounced as “troop”) was founded in 2011 and is recognized as one of Oregon and SW Washington’s Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses. Providing HR Outsourcing and Consulting services to small and mid-sized employers nationwide, we are a collaborative team of professionals, passionate about helping our clients thrive. 


Trüpp values its employees! Our team members enjoy the following benefits:
  • Flexible work schedule and 100% remote work environment that fosters coworker collaboration and teamwork
  • $500 per year workplace stipend
  • Generous paid time off program
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance, with a significant portion of employee coverage paid by the employer, as well as buy-up options and option to extend coverage to employee dependents/spouse/partner
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Voluntary benefits such as FSA accounts, short term and long term disability and group life insurance
  • Education reimbursement program

Trüpp is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse staff and will honor all individual experiences, perspectives, and unique identities. Together, we strive to create and maintain a working environment that is inclusive, equitable, and welcoming.

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