Benefits Administrator is responsible for the overall benefits administration processes and procedures in accordance with HR regulatory requirements; and ensures responsibility is executed in accordance with client’s mission, vision, strategic plan, goals, programs, grants, and budget.
- Administer Benefit Programs (Medical, Dental, Life, AD&D), including enrollment of new employees, employee contact, billing, claims review, employee communication, and overall program evaluation; Recommend changes in structure, funding, and delivery of benefits
- Coordinate Workers Compensation program in conjunction with third party administrator
- Prepare and file required forms, tracks workers’ compensation claims progress with third party administrator
- Recommend structural changes to Workers Compensation program (funding, third party administrator and structure)
- Provide employee liaison for all benefits and workers compensation programs
- Administer leave of absence programs, including FMLA, and std.
- Maintain strict adherence with HIPAA.
- Disseminate and coordinate employee benefits communications.
- Administer pension plans in conjunction with third party administrator
- Maintain Human Resources Policy and Procedures manual
- Recommend revisions and/or new policies as required or requested
- Perform regular benefit enrollment audits.
- Develop, organize and implement an Employee Handbook program
- Organize and implement the Total Quality Commitment Action Teams as needed; Insure their continuing operation consistent with organizational goals.
- Review and reach conclusions based upon the Labor Agreement and other pertinent data
- Conduct Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Surveys each year.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources, Public Administration, or related field, or
- Two years of Human Resource experience managing leaves of absence, FMLA, workers compensation, or similar employee/labor relations issues, or
- An equivalent combination of education and experience.
- PHR, SPHR or other Human Resources Certification
Job Type: Full-time