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Job Number: 2162073

POSITION SUMMARY:

Coordinate and administer various employee and retiree group benefit programs including life, health and disability insurance plans, flexible spending accounts, workers compensation and leave of absence.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Employee Benefits: 50%

· Coordinate enrollment, additions, deletions or changes to employee and retiree benefit coverage.

· Coordinate and process COBRA including notification, enrollment, file set-up, premium collection and cancellation.

· Coordinate the presentation of benefits information to employees through memos, articles, meetings, and orientations.

· Coordinate annual Open Enrollment including communications, enrollments, deletions or changes to employee coverage.

· Advise managers, supervisors and employees regarding related Human Resource practices and programs.

· Ensure proper benefits claims filing and problem resolution through contact with third party vendors including insurance companies, brokers, third party administrators, and record keepers.

· Set up approved new plans and changes by drafting announcement materials, booklets, and other media to inform employees.

· Conduct employee meetings and arrange for enrollment of employees in optional plans.

· Conduct retiree meetings and arrange for enrollment and set-up premium payment methods.

· Revise and reissue all communications material on benefits as needed.

· Reconcile and ensure timely payment of monthly group benefits billings.

· Input and maintain current information regarding employee and retiree benefits on systems as appropriate.

· Generate reports identifying benefit information, statistical and census data for actuaries, insurance carriers, and management.

· Resolve problems and respond to benefit inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable, courteous service.

· Maintain contact in person, by phone or by mail, with insurance companies, employees, retirees, and beneficiaries to facilitate proper and complete utilization of benefits.

· Work with wellness team to identify needs, select programs and events, and implement wellness program strategy and events.

Leave of Absence Administration: 30%

· Communicate and document leave of absence information in compliance with Bank policy and federal, state and regulatory requirements.

· Provide guidance and counsel to employees and managers regarding type of leave, required documentation and disability pay.

· Periodically review compensation, benefit and leave methods and procedures and recommend improvements.

Workers Compensation Administration: 10%

· Inform employees of workers compensation rights and procedures.

· Report workers compensation claims, provide supporting documentation to insurer and follow up with employee to ensure proper care and follow-up with insurer and/or broker to resolve outstanding issues.

· Perform ergonomic evaluations of employee workstations including recommendations for changes and purchase of workstation equipment.

Non-Essential Functions: 10%

· Serve as backup for retirement plan administration.

· Perform special projects and research as assigned.

· Performs other related duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Core Job Specific Competencies:

· Accuracy/Quality: Achieves a high standard with work processes and outcomes; completes tasks with a concern for all the details involved; monitors and checks work for precision, clarity, and completeness; produces quality results.

· Analytical Thinking: Divides an object or issue into its component parts in order to understand how they interrelate; recognizes cause and effect relationships; considers several explanations/plans and makes logical conclusions.

· Continuous Learning: Takes responsibility for own learning and development by acquiring and refining of technical and professional skills needed in job related areas; proactively seeks performance feedback and identifies approaches to improve own performance.

· Customer Service: Provides internal and external customers with the products and services that match their needs in a timely, efficient manner; follows up on customer complaints, questions, and requests.

· Dependability: Makes self available for work on a consistent and timely basis with infrequent unplanned absences; completes work in a timely manner; meets commitments with minimal oversight.

· Presentation/Facilitation: Communicates in a variety of formal and informal settings including one-on-one, small and large groups, with peers, direct reports, and management, both inside and outside the Bank; commands attention and manages the group process during presentation; modifies tactics in reaction to participant feedback; encourages participation and communication of thoughts and feelings from others.

· Prioritization/Time Management: Assesses multiple tasks or issues which are competing for a limited amount of time or resources and determines the order in which each will be addressed; sets priorities, goals, and timetables to achieve maximum productivity; tracks both completed and incomplete activities.

· Verbal Communication: Expresses ideas effectively in individual and group situations adjusting style and methods to meet the specific needs of the audience; attentively listens to others to gather data and paraphrase meaning to verify understanding.

· Written Communication: Uses correct English grammar, punctuation, and spelling; communicates information (for example: facts, ideas, or messages) in a succinct and organized manner; produces written information, which may include technical material that is appropriate for the intended audience.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

· Knowledge of benefits administration including COBRA.

· Knowledge of workers compensation regulations.

· Current knowledge of federal and state leave of absence laws.

· Current knowledge of California and federal labor related laws, rules and regulations.

· Skills in operating a personal computer including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, HRMS and other automated systems.

· Ability to speak Spanish desirable.

Physical Requirements:

· Ability to stand, bend, stoop, sit, walk, twist and turn.

· Ability to lift up to 15 pounds occasionally.

· Ability to use a computer keyboard and calculator.

· Work environment is indoors, majority of the time is spent sitting at a desk.

Education and Experience:

A combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma; and knowledge typically gained through a minimum of two years experience in human resources including benefits administration.

This position description is subject to change and other functions may be assigned at management's discretion. I reviewed and discussed this position description and understand that it does not represent an employment contract.


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