Plan, develop and oversee Authority wide compensation and benefits programs in accordance with applicable federal and state regulations. Monitor market conditions and applicable regulations to design and maintain current and competitive pay structures and pay rates. Oversee the performance evaluation process for the organization. Administer employee benefit programs including but not limited to insurance policies, leaves of absence, retirement plans, and wellness initiatives for compliance, consistency and equity throughout the organization. Represent the Authority/Department at unemployment hearings. Negotiate and monitor contracts with outside suppliers. Supervise employees in assigned areas. Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor Degree in Business, Human Resources or related field, and seven (7) years progressively responsible experience in compensation and benefits, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Master degree desired.
Supervisory and management experience in assigned program areas required. Experience working for a Florida public sector entity a plus.
Strong computer skills using Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Access and other business applications; knowledge of HRIS systems (i.e. Oracle, ADP, etc.) required.
Strong skills in negotiating, planning and analysis.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, in English, both orally and in writing.
Ability to conduct research, organize, analyze data and formulate recommendations, and to create and promote programs.
Knowledge of related laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
Ability to work effectively with employees and managers of all levels.
Must be able to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information.
Multilingual skills a plus.
Professional Human Resources, Compensation, and/or Benefits certifications preferred.
Orlando International Airport (OIA) is the second largest airport in Florida, the 13th busiest in the United States and the 41st in the world ranked by the number of passengers during calendar year 2016 according to Airports Council International North America (ACI). The airport serves as a significant transportation resource, catalyst and hub in the State of Florida.
The O...rlando International and Orlando Executive Aiports are managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), which consists of a seven-member board; five of which are appointed by the Governor of the State of Florida, one member from the Orlando City Council and one member from the Orange County Commission. An Executive Director who is appointed by the Authority Board manages sthe Airport System.
A total of 13,297 acres (5,381 hectares/21 square miles) comprises the airport property, making it the third largest in landmass within the United States.
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority offers a comprehensive benefits package.
• Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick and Personal Leave Days • Retirement Plan with Company Match • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance • Wellness Programs • Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance • Employee Assistance Program • Education Reimbursement • Employee Discounts • Employee Recognition Program• Management Leave