Berkeley Research Group

  • Consultant - Healthcare Performance Improvement - Human Resources (Compensation)

    Job Locations US
    Posted Date 3 months ago(12/17/2018 4:45 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Consulting Staff
  • Overview

    Berkeley Research Group works with standalone community hospitals, multihospital health systems, and major academic medical centers to achieve greater results through transformational performance improvement. Our consultants have years of experience assisting hospitals with reducing labor and non-labor costs and improving revenue cycle operations. Our expert data analysts, physicians, and other clinicians aggregate complex clinical, cost, and quality data to better inform decision making and engage physicians in driving cost and quality improvements through clinical redesign.


    The Consultant - Human Resources (Compensation) position is a mid-level consulting staff position.  This position requires a highly motivated problem solver with solid analytical ability, strong organizational skills, and a desire to advance within the organization. The work of a Consultant will involve both execution and oversight of engagement work streams that may be either qualitative or quantitative in nature, and responsibilities include: management of junior staff, design of statistical and financial analysis, modeling of financial data and markets, quality control, development and presentation of client deliverables, management of existing client relationships, industry research, and expansion of business.


    BRG is headquartered in Emeryville, California, with 40 offices across the United States and in Australia, Canada, Latin America, and the United Kingdom. This position will be based in the Washington, DC office and offers advancement opportunities within a rapidly growing expert services and consulting firm.


    • Assess, identify and implement changes in BRG’s Healthcare clients’ compensation structure and pay practices as part of large scale performance improvement projects.
    • Conduct industry related pay surveys, interpret salary data, perform analysis relating to exempt and non-exempt pay structures and determine whether client’s pay levels are comparable to market.  
    • Formulate recommendations and proposals relating to pay practices and recommend adjustments as appropriate, including a forecast of costs/savings associated with the recommendations. 
    • Interface with hospitals’ Executives and Human Resources liaisons. 
    • Utilize HRIS (Human Resources Information Systems) and pay-related systems to gather and analyze compensation related data for use in analysis.
    • Work directly with clients to implement savings.  


    • Bachelors Degree required; MBA preferred
    • Knowledge of healthcare industry desired
    • Four to ten years consulting experience in all phases and aspects of compensation, including, but not limited to, job analysis, job evaluation, pay surveys, salary structures, performance appraisal and salary administration
    • Ability to work with minimum supervision in an environment that is a fast paced, results oriented and highly confidential in nature
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to compile and analyze various operational and scope data
    • Advanced PC skills on a variety of software applications including Excel and PowerPoint
    • Strong written and verbal communications skills
    • Ability to interface with all levels of management
    • Flexibility to travel extensively to various client locations in the United States

    Candidate must be able to submit verification of his/her legal right to work in the United States, without company sponsorship.


    BRG is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.


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