Are you interested in making a world of difference in cancer care?
Cancer strikes more than 10 million people worldwide each year. As the leading medical society representing doctors who care for people with cancer, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is committed to conquering cancer through research, education, and promotion of the highest quality, equitable patient care.
Who we are: ASCO is a flexible, high-performance membership organization where employees collaborate to support our mission through evidence, care, and impact. Together with Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation and CancerLinQ colleagues, we foster a culture that prioritizes customer-centricity, emphasizes teamwork, commits to quality, and values inclusion. Our culture, ASCO Works – Our Way of Working, has long enabled workplace flexibility and embraced technology to help us achieve balance.
ASCO offers competitive salaries, an excellent benefits package, and opportunities to participate in professional development programs. To learn what it’s like to work at ASCO, click here.
Who we are looking for:
Are you an experienced Talent and Compensation HR Professional? Are looking for your next challenge? ASCO is seeking a talented individual to join our dynamic Human Resources Team. In this role, you will be responsible for driving our recruitment strategic planning, managing a team, and ensuring that our process is inclusive and effective. You'll also have the opportunity to develop and implement compensation programs that keep us competitive in the market and aligned with our business objectives. If you have a proven track record of success in talent management and compensation, we want to hear from you. Apply now to take the next step in your career!
This is a hybrid position with a primary location in Alexandria, VA. There will be an opportunity to work remotely part of the week.
Develop and effectively execute the talent acquisition strategy, ensuring that it is aligned with ASCO’s overall business objectives
Partner with the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and the Chief Human Resources Officer to promote and drive the company-wide Equity Diversity and Inclusion initiatives through talent acquisition goals and objectives
Manage the talent acquisition team, providing leadership, coaching, evaluation, and development opportunities
Drive the recruitment process, from sourcing to offer acceptance, ensuring that it is equitable, efficient, effective, and compliant with all applicable laws and regulations
Manage operational programs such as employee referral program, skill assessment operations, recruitment metrics, and contingent worker costs and tracking
Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, including Hiring Managers, HR teams, and the Center for Equity & Diversity staff to enhance and evolve our candidate experience
Develop and implement employer branding and recruitment marketing campaigns to attract top talent. Collaborate with the Communications team to address areas of opportunity
Responsible for full-cycle recruitment, as needed
Develop and manage an equitable and innovative compensation strategy, ensuring that it is in line with the ASCO’s overall business objectives
Conduct market research and analyze industry trends to ensure that ASCO’s compensation programs remain competitive
Conduct survey submission and benchmarking, labor market analysis, management reporting, ad hoc review/analysis, salary budgeting, and bonus/equity pool modeling
Develop and maintain job families, salary structures, and salary ranges for all positions
Develop and implement incentive programs to motivate and retain employees
Partner with HR and other stakeholders to communicate the company's compensation programs to employees
Manage the annual merit increase and bonus processes, ensuring that they are fair and equitable
Ensure that ASCO’s compensation programs comply with all applicable laws and regulations
Develops, implements, and administers operating policies, procedures, practices, and controls for Talent and Compensation business lines
Lead contract negotiations for Talent Acquisition and Compensation-related vendors and partners
Recommends and executes strategic plans and operational goals to support annual department and organizational objectives
Monitors and evaluates the annual performance results of business lines
Participates in the preparation of the annual operating budget; monitors and controls the performance against the annual operating budget
Performs other reasonable business-related duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor and other managers when necessary
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree, in human resource management, business, or related field, or equivalent level of experience, training and education
12+ years of work experience, including a focus on talent acquisition and compensation programs, with 7+ years of increasing management and leadership responsibilities
Experience with HRIS and compensation software systems
Preferred Education and Experience:
Master’s Degree in human resource management or related field
Certified Professional (SHRM-CP/SCP, PHR/SPHR, or related/similar certification) credential
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designation
Experience with Workday HRIS system
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to thrive in fast-paced environments and adapt to change as business requirements change
Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
Ability to work cooperatively with colleagues in a team-based environment
Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality including the ability to exercise sound judgement
Extended periods seated or standing at a desk
High use of computer and other office technology equipment
Generous Benefits Package:
Hybrid Work Environment
Open Leave Policy
Paid Family Leave
13 Paid Holidays per Calendar Year
Staff Appreciation Days
401(k): 7.5% Employer Contribution
Employee Assistance Program
Fertility and Family Forming
Flexible Spending Account(s)
Healthcare Savings Account
Disability and Life Insurance
At ASCO, our goal is to foster and encourage a diversity of thought, experience, and background in our workplace. Our organization’s culture is multi-dimensional, and we encourage our employees to leverage their unique perspectives and ideas. ASCO is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
The American Society of Clinical Oncology, home to nearly 35,000 cancer doctors and researchers worldwide, offers a wide variety of services, programs and educational resources that provide much needed support to both oncologists and patients. ASCO hosts a family of award winning websites including our consumer site, Cancer.Net, our member homepage, ASCO.org , as well as JCO.org , the online version of The Journal of Clinical Oncology. The Annual Meeting, which attracts more than 34,000 cancer specialists from around the world, is considered the premier event in clinical oncology.