Antech Diagnostics

Sr. Analyst, Total Rewards

ID 2021-5090



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For more than 30 years, Antech Diagnostics has been the hallmark of the veterinary industry.  At the heart of Antech is our love for pets. Today Antech is driving the future of pet health as part of Mars Veterinary Health, a family-owned company focused on veterinary care.


Antech is comprised of a diverse team of individuals who are committed to each other’s growth and development. Our culture is centered on our guiding philosophy, The Five Principles: Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom.


We understand that the world we want tomorrow starts with how we do business today, and that’s why we’re inspired to make A Better World for Pets.


Job Purpose: 


The primary purpose and function of the Total Rewards Analyst is to support the development, analysis, administration and implementation of the company’s compensation and benefits programs.


Primary Responsibilities



  • Conduct market benchmarking, job analysis and prepare job descriptions; determine FLSA classification and appropriate job grade for positions; conduct audits and analysis on positions as needed.
  • Support the analysis of due diligence information throughout the acquisition process if required.
  • Own the costing analysis for annual company spend in compensation and benefit enhancements.
  • Provide ad hoc analysis, reporting, and audit support to P&O and Senior Leadership team.
  • Conduct ad hoc competitive assessments/internal equity analysis of associate pay levels and make recommendations for pay adjustments.

Program Management

  • Assist in developing compensation program documents and communications. Conduct training presentations on programs, as needed.
  • Support the development and implementation of substantial Total Rewards projects, including the deployment of a company-wide job and pay framework.
  • Develop and document procedures to streamline processes, automate workflows and business rules, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and educate managers on those procedures and requirements.
  • Develop procedures and processes to ensure consistent and equitable administration of compensation plans and recommend changes to program designs as needed



  • Ensure the company is compliant with federal and state laws.
  • Conduct audits as needed.
  • Stay abreast of the latest developments in the field of compensation management and maintain knowledge of Fair Labor Standards Act, state regulations, and Equal Pay Act related to compensation to ensure compliance

Maintain compliance with minimum wage requirements



  • Lead annual merit planning cycle, including providing systems testing/support; developing timeline and planning materials; and developing and delivering communications.
  • Lead administration of Annual Variable Pay (AVP) and Long Term Incentive plans, including budget review with finance, coordination of approvals, and communication of eligibility to associates.
  • Work with the HRIS team to develop tools to enhance the ability to deploy programs (merit, AVP, etc.) efficiently.
  • Maintain data integrity of HRIS (Workday)
  • Other related job duties as assigned.




  • Bachelor’s degree in HR, Business, Finance or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
  • 5+ years’ experience in Compensation, HR or finance with analysis skills required.
  • Working knowledge of job evaluation, benchmarking, base pay and variable pay administration.
  • Knowledge of federal and state wage and hour laws and regulations preferred.
  • Strong computer skills, PC with experience in Windows, Excel, PowerPoint and other applicable software
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and handle confidential information.
  • Strong teamwork skills required as well as ability to work in a fast paced, high growth, and changing environment.  
  • High agility and resilience
  • Experience in service, retail or health industries preferred
  • Demonstrated analytical abilities and attention to detail
  • Ability to prioritize business and customer needs
  • Strong communication and organization skills



The associate is regularly required to apply manual dexterity, including hand/wrist flexibility, for computer keyboarding.  The associate frequently is required to sit for extended periods of time, stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.  The associate is frequently required to hear and speak in order to use the telephone, make presentations and communicate with people in an office environment.  The associate is occasionally required to sit and stoop, bend, kneel, or crouch.  The associate must occasionally lift and/or move up to 45 pounds. Travel (10%), as needed.



The associate will primarily work in a typical office environment including use of cubicles, computers and overhead lighting. Temperature extremes will be minimal to nonexistent. 


The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  The associate will be required to use a computer, spreadsheets, data base management, email, and the Internet.  The associate is frequently required to use a calculator; fax, copy machine, and phone system.  The associate must occasionally use media equipment such as an overhead projector, PowerPoint, WebEx, and DVD/VCR. 


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