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Huntington Ingalls Industries - Newport News, VA (10 miles from Smithfield, VA)
Job Description Develops, implements, administers compensation and incentive policy, procedures, practices, and programs. Conducts surveys and studies labor markets to determine compensation...
27 days ago
Smithfield - Smithfield, VA
The Compensation Analyst is responsible for supporting compensation administration and implementation for the organization's various compensation programs....
30+ days ago

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