Do you have 3 plus years of benefits administration experience and are looking to advance your career? A large Oxford manufacturing company has an immediate need for a Benefits Specialist, This position is open due to an upcoming retirement. The Benefits Specialist will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of benefit and retirment programs.
- Administration of all benefits and retirement programs
- Ensures the accuracy of all benefits enrollments.
- Process new hire benefit enrollments.
- Assist employees with benefit claims.
- Process all leave of absence requests.
- Approve life event changes relating to benefits.
- Interpret FMLA and ADA implications as they relate to leave of absence and disability paperwork.
- Respond to 401k inquiries.
- Send benefit letters to terminated employees with conversions forms.
- Work with PayFlex regarding COBRA enrollments/issues.
- Provide reports to accounting and payroll.
- Pension administration.
- Generate consolidated headcount report for all company divisions.
- Ultimate Software (3 years of experience is preferred)
- benefits administration (3 years of experience is required)
- FMLA (3 years of experience is required)
- COBRA (3 years of experience is required)
- HRIS (3 years of experience is required)
- Human Resources (3 years of experience is preferred)
- 401K (3 years of experience is required)
- Years of experience: 3 years
- Experience level:Experienced
Working hours: 8 AM - 5 PM
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