Edgility Consulting, Talent Equity Consulting Analyst

Edgility Consulting - Remote - Full time

ORGANIZATION

Edgility Consulting is a national executive search and human capital consulting firm that focuses exclusively on the recruitment, selection, and placement needs of entrepreneurial and innovative schools and school-serving organizations. With decades of experience in talent for the education space and an extensive network of strong candidates, we connect schools and nonprofits with the right talent every time.

At Edgility, we keep diversity, equity, and inclusion at the core of our work. Our rich variety of networks, perspectives, and abilities lead us to do our best work, providing client leadership with deeper insights and opportunities. We believe that to solve the challenges related to educational inequity, we need to bring a broad and diverse group of people together and ensure that those most impacted by structural racism and discrimination are represented at the highest levels of the organizations leading that work.

In a proactive and intentional way, we encourage clients to move their culture forward by emphasizing equity and inclusion at each stage of our engagements, from project scoping, needs assessment, outreach, selection strategy, compensation, developing career pathways, and board advisement.

For more information about Edgility Consulting please visitwww.edgilityconsulting.com.

OPPORTUNITY

Our Talent Equity Consulting’s compensation practice’s mission is to eliminate pay gaps in the nonprofit education and youth space. Our practice is rapidly growing, and is therefore looking to hire an Analyst to help fuel this expansion. Reporting directly to a Principal Consulting Lead, the Analyst will be responsible for researching salary and benefits in the education and nonprofit sectors, analyzing the data, and presenting findings to Edgility leadership. In addition, the Analyst will conduct equity analysis to inform recommendations for fair pay practices for our clients. This is a full-time position.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Key Responsibilities of the Analyst include:

  • Research and identify comparable peer organizations based on our client’s sector, size, location.
  • Research all components of compensation & benefits at peer organizations. This includes deep dives into public salaries records and databases, surveys, interviews, and additional web research.
  • Evaluate job descriptions provided by our clients and identify key KSAs (knowledge, skills, abilities) and the scope of responsibility.
  • Identify benchmark matches for client roles based on key KSAs and scope of responsibility using the industry database, Kenexa CompAnalyst, nonprofit 990s, and other publicly available salary & benefits databases.
  • Conduct surveys and interviews with peer organizations to find out more about their compensation practices.
  • Conduct surveys and interviews with various stakeholders at client organizations to uncover strengths and areas of growth in their total value proposition.
  • Aggregate data from a number of sources and apply adjustments to data where appropriate. This includes aging past data and applying appropriate premiums/discounts based on the geography and size of peer organizations.
  • Check the quality of all data points and flag discrepancies.
  • Analyze compensation data by calculating averages and target percentiles for different components of the compensation program (base salary, bonus, health benefits, PTO, retirement etc).
  • Employ regression analysis to identify any pay discrepancies based on demographic group (race, gender, age, etc.) during internal equity audits.
  • Organize findings into charts and graphs for presentation in client materials.
  • Maintain a database of salary and benefits data, methodologies, findings, etc.
  • Provide project management support for client engagements.

QUALIFICATIONS

In order to fulfill these responsibilities, the ideal Analyst candidate will be:

  • An accomplished professional with, or in the process of obtaining, an advanced degree in mathematics, statistics, public policy or related fields, or a college graduate with one to two years of success as a data analyst, program Analyst, or similar role at a nonprofit organization or school;
  • Demonstrated commitment to Edgility’s mission of social justice, antiracism and equity for youth;
  • Extremely detail oriented and well accustomed to working with large data sets and implementing relevant quality assurance processes to ensure accuracy in work;
  • Analytically minded with an ability to manipulate and draw keen insights from and data;
  • Experienced in survey design and analysis;
  • Other key qualifications include strong time management skills and an ability to work independently and pace oneself while working from home.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

This position offers a competitive rate of $60,000 - $70,000. More details can be provided upon request.

TO APPLY

Please submit a resume online at https://apply.workable.com/j/CBE21993FC. For additional questions about this position or to speak with someone about your interest, please contact Jennifer Svendsen at jsvendsen@edgilityconsulting.com.

Edgility Consulting is an equal opportunity employer and an organization that values diversity. Recruiting staff to create an inclusive organization is a priority, and we encourage applicants from all backgrounds. Candidates are evaluated solely on their qualifications to perform the work required.

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Role

Data Analysis

Experience Level

Entry Level

Edgility Consulting

Edgility Consulting is a national executive search and human capital consulting firm that focuses exclusively on the recruitment, selection, and placement needs of entrepreneurial and innovative schools and school-serving organizations.
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