STCU, the Inland Northwest’s largest and most successful credit union is seeking a Senior Compensation Analyst to join the Human Resources and Organizational Development team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organization dedicated to serving others, working hard and having fun. In this role you will administer and communicate the compensation programs and policies that enable STCU to attract and retain high performing talent. This position partners with leaders and internal stakeholders to align compensation initiatives with business objectives and company culture. Core responsibilities include:
Serve as a trusted advisor to the Human Resources team and leaders by conducting job analysis and providing recommendations to determine appropriate pay rates, job leveling, market pricing, FLSA status and pay equity.
Ensure alignment with the organization’s compensation philosophy and strategy by analyzing, managing and monitoring variable compensation programs.
Monitor the effectiveness of existing compensation and recognition programs by making recommendations for new programs or changes to existing programs.
Please review our website for more information and to apply at www.stcu.org/careers.
The position will work in our Headquarters office in Liberty Lake, Washington. A hybrid structure including working in the office and working from home within the Spokane/Coeur D' Alene area may be considered.
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field required.
Certifications: Certified compensation professional (CCP) certification preferred.
Job Experience: Minimum five years’ experience in a compensation analyst or similar role required. Demonstrated experience interpreting data as well as advanced analytical and problem-solving skills.
Software Skills: Previous experience administering and maintaining compensation software is required. Knowledge of PayScale and ADP Workforce Now are preferred.
A bell, a shoebox, and $4,000.
Four thousand dollars pooled from a few dozen educators? A shoebox to store cash and receipts? And a bell to signal that a member was calling?
It might not sound like much, but for English teacher Ernie McElvain, it was enough in 1934 to launch Spokane Teachers Credit Union (STCU) and a remarkable story of financial service.*
"We opened for business in October of '34," Ernie said, "with a shoebox for cash deposits and a tiny cubby hole of a classroom at Lewis and Clark High School.
"Access to the credit union was difficult in those days, so we hung a bell on a rope outside the second story window and ran it down to the front door. When members wanted to transact business, they'd pull on the rope and let us know they were waiting."
From these humble beginnings, STCU has grown to more than 710 employees serving more than 226,000 members at 25 locations.
STCU has become the Inland Northwest's largest and most successful credit union, but we've never forgotten our most valuable asset — our members.