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Benefits Specialist

Presencial
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Tipo de contrato
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha de inicio
1 de agosto de 2024
Fecha límite de postulación
11 de julio de 2024
Educación
Licenciatura
Nivel de Experiencia
Intermedio
Salario
USD $60.000 - $65.000 / año

Descripción

 



Position:                                                   Benefits Specialist



Department/Division:     Administration



Reports to:                                               Human Resources Supervisor



Status:                                                      Full-Time/Exempt



Location:                                                  Arlington, Virginia



 




 


Job

Summary:  The Benefits Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day operations of

ECDC’s benefits programs, including health, dental, vision, life insurance,

short-term and long-term disability, and the deferred 403(b) retirement

program and PTO. The Benefits Specialist will strive to provide excellent

service to ECDC benefits participants by receiving and responding promptly to

questions, proactively planning and preparing for and coordinating education

sessions related to benefits to foster a “best place to work’ culture. The

benefits specialist will provide support and guidance for ECDC management by

researching and presenting alternative benefits, benchmarking existing

programs, and conducting and reporting on ECDC surveys to inform decision

making.


 




 



 



Key

Responsibilities



1.     

Policies and

Procedures



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Works with ECDC management to update benefits policies and implement

standardized agency-wide procedures and guidelines at headquarters and branch

offices.



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Administers ECDC’s benefits programs, enrolls employees in all programs

elected by employees, and provides excellent customer service to staff.



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Serves as the point of contact for staff concerning their employee

benefits.



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Coordinates the transfer of data to external contacts for services, premiums,

and plan administration. Works effectively to ensure the transfer of data to

external contacts for services, premiums, and plan administration. Investigates

discrepancies and provides information in non-routine situations.



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Conducts activities required for enrollments, COBRA, terminations,

benefits changes, beneficiaries, disability, accident and death claims,

rollovers, distributions, loans, hardships, and compliance testing.



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Maintains employee benefits records and updates records and files as

required.



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Serves as the primary point of contact for participants, plan vendors,

and third-party administrators. Determines the best plan options by working

with Third-Party administrators.



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Prepares federal and state agency reports and applications required by law

for the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor, insurance commissioners,

and other regulatory agencies.



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Keeps up-to-date on changes to state and federal laws benefits and

reports necessary or suggested changes to management.



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Prepares, collects, and organizes data for audits and assessments.



 



2.     

Benefits Planning

and Follow-up



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Prepares benefits reports to inform management decisions regarding the success

of individual benefits plans and participant satisfaction.



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Conducts research on vendors with the best value and services for ECDC.



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Manages claims resolution benefits change reporting promptly and develops

and arranges open enrollment training, employee relations trends, and

identified needs.



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Interacts with vendors, negotiates insurance rates, and discusses them

with management.



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Reconciles all insurance and benefits invoices and charges.



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May be required to prepare premium reports and communicate with insurance

carriers and other program vendors. Administers and monitors voluntary payroll

deductions and retirement program(s).



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Handles new contract implementation and rollout.



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Keeps and updates staff vacation (PTO) records.



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Performs other related duties when necessary.



 



Qualifications



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Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, human resources, or related

field.



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Minimum of three (3) years of progressive work experience and knowledge

of employee benefit plans and Human resources.



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Specialized training in areas such as employment law, organizational

planning, organization, development, employee relations, safety, training, and

preventive labor relations preferred.



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Previous experience with ADP Workforce Now a plus



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Previous work history in a non-profit environment preferred.



 



Competencies



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Proven communication and writing skills



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Ability to interact in a friendly, positive manner at a significant level

daily with ECDC staff and benefits participants.



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Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office.



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Ability to manage multiple assignments and plan workload to meet

deadlines on a timely basis, occasionally under limited time constraints.



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Ability to exercise initiative and judgment to make decisions within the

scope of assigned responsibilities.



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Ability to relate professionally to and collaborate with diverse individuals

in a multicultural environment.



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Flexibility and willingness to work after hours when required.



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Willingness and ability to travel out of state to branch office sites.



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Must be legally eligible to work in the US



 

 



Position:                                                   Benefits Specialist



Department/Division:     Administration



Reports to:                                               Human Resources Supervisor



Status:                                                      Full-Time/Exempt



Location:                                                  Arlington, Virginia



 




 


Job

Summary:  The Benefits Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day…

Compensación

ECDC Benefits

·        Medical, dental, and vision insurance is available on the first day of employment. ECDC contributes 80% of the premiums.

·        Life insurance that pays two years’ salary for full-time employees is at no cost to employees.

·        Short- and long-term disability insurance; including workmen’s compensation is at no cost to employees.

·        Generous 403b retirement plan after a new employee completes one year on the job. ECDC contributes up to 10% of the employee’s annual salary for all qualified employees.

·        12 federal holidays plus 2 half-day holidays for Christmas and New Year's Eve; 15 Vacation days per year (first 5 years); and 10 Sick days per year.

ECDC Benefits

·        Medical, dental, and vision insurance is available on the first day of employment. ECDC contributes 80% of the premiums.

·        Life insurance that pays two years’ salary for…

Ubicación

Presencial
901 S Highland St, Arlington, VA 22204, USA

Cómo aplicar

To Apply: Please

submit by e-mail: (1) a cover letter; (2) a résumé; (3) a short writing sample

(2-3 pages); and (4) a salary requirement to: hr@ecdcus.org. No telephone inquiries. Only qualified

candidates will be contacted.



 



ECDC is an Equal-Opportunity Employer.


To Apply: Please

submit by e-mail: (1) a cover letter; (2) a résumé; (3) a short writing sample

(2-3 pages); and (4) a salary requirement to: hr@ecdcus.org. No telephone inquiries. Only qualified…

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