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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.

Compensation Specialist

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. - Englewood, CO

Compensation Specialist (17030648)DescriptionThe Compensation Specialist assists in researching, collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data for internal processes including turnover, hiring, terminations, promotions, and transfers, as well as for required government reporting. He/she communicates and shares data and analyses with appropriate management and staff. Assists in developing, recommending, and administering compensation programs, including base pay plans, salary structures, variable pay plans, and merit. He/she will be expected to be a quick learner with a zest for challenges and passion for problem-solving.Responsibilities In addition to following Chipotle’s policies and procedures, principal responsibilities include, but are not limited to:•Assisting in collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and distributing HR data for periodic reporting•Assisting in the development and implementation of data reporting objectives, capabilities, and schedules•Preparing and filing required government reports for such purposes as EEO and state reporting•Partnering with HRIT to capture and provide accurate data that aligns with Chipotle’s philosophy and business strategies•Assisting in coordinating and administering bonus programs, and performance and merit review processes•Assisting in developing new and/or updating existing job descriptions•Guaranteeing Chipotle’s compliance with SOX by ensuring that descriptions exist for every internal position•Assisting in evaluating internal jobs to determine appropriate promotional and hiring pay levels based on internal rates, performance levels, and external job and market pay comparisons•Participating annually in published, custom, and ad-hoc surveys on behalf of Chipotle•Entering system corrections for all regions into Workday; including pay rate corrections, change job corrections, etc.•Resolving and responding to tickets from the Employee Service Center related to Compensation changes in Workday and escalating issues to Tier2 and other support teams•Monitoring pay rate changes, promotions, demotions, and transfers for all Restaurateurs submitted through Workday•Maintaining Staff, International, and Contingent worker records, and providing ongoing maintenance of employee/electronic records•Auditing Workday to ensure all data is correct before payroll processing•Assisting in the design of compensation programs as needed•Assisting with minimum wage requirements•Assisting with stock equity and auditingThe ideal candidate will:•Have a High School diploma plus two (2) to four (4) years’ work experience; or an equivalent in education and experience•Be technologically savvy•Knowledge of and the ability to use Workday and/or other compensation software preferred•Have expert skill using Microsoft Excel (e.g., pivot tables, vlookups, etc.)•Enjoy problem-solving and taking on challenges•Be a quick learner who can work well independently•Believe that clear communication, organization, and timeliness are essential•Have excellent attention to detail along with strong proofreading skills•Have knowledge of and the ability to use a PC as well as Microsoft Office Suite, Access, and Acrobat Adobe software•Be a strong written and/or verbal communicator•Maintain confidences•Have the ability to travel minimallyPrimary Location: Colorado - Denver - 9999 - Wynkoop-(09999)Work Location:9999 - Wynkoop-(09999)1401 Wynkoop StreetDenver 80202

Job: Human Resources

Job Posting: Nov. 29, 2017

Job Number: 17030648

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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.


Compensation Specialist Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. - Englewood, CO, United States


Location: Englewood, CO

Company Profile:
When Chipotle (pronounced chi-POAT-lay) opened its first store in 1993, the idea was simple: demonstrate that food served fast didn't have to be a "fast-food" experience. We use high-quality raw ingredients, classic cooking methods and distinctive interior design--features that are more frequently found in the world of fine dining. When we opened, there wasn't an industry category to describe what we were doing. Some 16 years and more than 900 restaurants later, we compete in a category of dining now called "fast-casual," the fastest growing segment of the restaurant industry, where customers expect food quality that's more in line with full-service restaurants, coupled with the speed and convenience of fast food.