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Overall responsibility for the administration of all employee benefit programs including medical, dental, vision, FSA, life, disability as well as other employee benefit plans. Also responsible for qualified and non-qualified pension and 401(k) plans, including stock programs. In doing so, is responsible for the plan administration and coordination with carriers and providers. This position provides direction and assistance to benefits staff by coordinating benefit activities to ensure proper administration to comply with state and federal statutes or regulations. In addition, is responsible for records administration activities to ensure associate personnel files are properly maintained and comply with records policies and retention rules. Oversees payroll processing activities for both weekly and biweekly paid associates. In doing so, leads and directs payroll staff to ensure accuracy and compliance with wage, taxes and other payroll rules or statutes. Also interacts with external departments such as IT and finance to ensure cross organizational needs are fulfilled.
Review & analyses benefit and retirement programs to ensure administrative compliance with ERISA, IRS, DOL and other regulatory agencies.
Oversees staff to ensure that payroll processing, tax reporting, associate reimbursement are performed timely, accurately and in accordance with policies and statutes.
Review, audit and make recommendations to current benefit processes to enhance administrative procedures
Regularly audit 401(k) data interfaces between PeopleSoft HRMS and Fidelity Investments to ensure data transfer for contributions, eligibility and the like are administered in accordance with plan document.
Review and analyze health claims data and make recommendations for annual plan changes.
Meet with external third parties and review potential new vendors for benefit administration.
Works closely with legal counsel on stock programs as well as health and retirement related matters.
Oversees and assists in the annual open enrollment process for health & welfare plan enrollment.
Responsible for the administration of the stock programs for all eligible associates receiving stock awards.
Determines and ensures personnel records are properly maintained in accordance with policies and statutes.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work being performed as assigned for this job. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and requirements; additional responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Bachelor's Degree (Required) Human Resources
10 years + Benefits Admin experience
5 YEARS Leadership experience
Understands organizational functions and cross-department dependencies
Knowledge of MS Office suite
Conduct needs Assessment
Good math skills
Ability to multi-task, handling any priorities at any given time
Ability to collect data, analyze trends (and make decisions)
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Posted 4/20/21 Benefits and Wellbeing Specialist Shape Corp
Responsible for implementing, administering, and monitoring company-wide employee benefits plans. This role has a specific focus on engaging and educating team members on Shape’s benefits and wellbeing offerings.
Essential Job Functions include, but not limited to, the following:
• Design and deliver team member training and education in order to drive engagement and participation in health and wellbeing offerings. • Provide individualized support that connects team members to available resources, both internal and external. • Act as a liaison between team members and health and wellbeing programs and providers including health, dental, vision, spending accounts, care management, targeted programs, and available tools and technology. • Administer and maintain an in-depth knowledge of the current benefit plan options for multiple states/companies. • Respond to employee questions and concerns about their benefit plans. • Maintain and ensure accuracy of HR system of record and carrier databases including auditing and updating. • Ensure legal compliance of programs including HIPAA, ACA, and ERISA. • Manage and oversee assigned wellbeing programs and offerings, such as onsite blood drive and flu clinics.
Position Skills and Experience Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty effectively. 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 essential job functions.
• Bachelors degree and 3+ years experience administering benefits plans. • Passion for aligning wellbeing and benefit offerings to healthy outcomes for each individual. • Experience developing educational programs around health and benefit offerings. • Broad knowledge of employee relations, legal compliance, and benefit law/compliance.
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