Human Resources Compensation Coordinator (Paid Internship - Part Time)

About Us

John Crane (www.johncrane.com) is a global leader in rotating equipment solutions, supplying engineered technologies and services to process industries. The company designs and manufactures a variety of products including mechanical seals and systems, couplings, filtration systems and predictive digital monitoring technologies. John Crane customer service is accessed through a global network of more than 200 sales and service facilities in over 50 countries. Fiscal year 2017 revenue was greater than 1.1 Billion USD (?885m). John Crane is part of Smiths Group (www.smiths.com), a global leader in applying advanced technologies for markets in threat and contraband detection, energy, medical devices, communications, and engineered components.

Job Description

This position will provide exposure to all facets of Total Rewards with a heavy concentration on job architecture as well as a high level of exposure to the role of a business analyst. The Human Resources Compensation Coordinator will be responsible for working on projects and administrative support to the department, at times working directly with a team member and at other times working on projects independently.

  • Help with job architecture project by performing different type of business analysis.

  • Preparation and maintenance of such reports that are necessary to carry out the functions of the department.

  • Help with preparing market analysis and work with online sites that specialize in compensation to do market comparisons of pay by region, the?number of employees, and job responsibilities.

Position Requirements

  • Enrollment in a Four-Year degree program for Human Resources, Business Administration or related field.

  • Demonstrated skills in Microsoft Office suite, intermediate to advanced skills in Excel

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills and attention to detail

Physical/Mental Requirements

  • Must be able to sit for extend periods of time; a minimum of 2 hours.

  • Must be able to maneuver to all areas of the office, shop, warehouse, or manufacturing plant

  • Must be able to lift up to 10 pounds and carry up to 20 pounds.

  • Must be able to bend, reach, kneel, twist, and grip items while working at assigned desk area.

  • Must have the manual dexterity and coordination to operate office equipment.

  • Must be able to simultaneously manage several objectives, changing priorities and reassign priorities to complete assignments.

  • Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.

  • Must be able to respond to visual and aural cues

EHS Requirements

  • Additional duties and responsibilities will vary based upon departmental needs.

  • Complete all work in a safe manner and follow all safety requirements consistent with supporting the Company?s goals.

  • Lifting guidelines in accordance with the Manual Lifting Guidelines noted in the Safety Handbook.

  • Follow all environmental requirements consistent with supporting the company?s environmental performance goals.

  • Complete, and actively participate in all other EHS training requirements

Work Environment

Work environment is typically considered within a Smiths location during normal or extended business hours to include offices, manufacturing plants and repair facilities. Work environment may also include customer sites including oil well sites, and meeting venues.?

  • The noise level in the work environment is usually loud and approved PPE is required when on the factory floor


It is the policy of John Crane to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, color, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local LAW. In addition, John Crane will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.


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