City of Minneapolis, Minnesota Director of Total Compensation

  • City of Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Dec 03, 2018
Full Time Human Resources and Personnel Executive, Management
  • Salary: $112,000 to $133,839
  • Apply By: Jan 04, 2019

Job Description

The City of Minneapolis, Minnesota is seeking a strategic HR leader with a passion for exemplary customer service to be its Director of Total Compensation. The Director provides leadership to ensure a comprehensive approach to compensation and benefits that supports the recruitment and retention of a quality workforce. The City has over 3,500 employees, 92% of which are represented by the City’s 24 bargaining units. The Director of Total Compensation reports to the Chief Human Resources Officer, serves as a member of the Human Resources Senior Leadership Team, and directs a team of four managers responsible for employee benefits, HRIS, compensation, and classification.

Job Requirements

The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Public or Business Administration, Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or equivalent, advanced degree preferred, and eight years of progressively responsible experience including at least two years in a government-related position with consulting, administrative, or management experience. A Master’s Degree with a human resources or compensation focus can reduce the experience requirement by two years.

Special Instructions

Submit your cover letter and resume online at This position is open until filled; however, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to apply no later than January 4, 2019. For more information, contact Sharon Klumpp at or by calling 651-223-3053. EOE




Additional Information

This appointed position has a competitive compensation package, with a 2018 salary range of $112,000 to $133,839, depending upon experience.  Benefits include: health and dental insurance, flexible spending accounts, disability insurance, employee assistance program, vacation, sick leave, paid parental leave, pension plans and deferred compensation retirement savings.