Benefits Administrator job descriptionPost Job
Benefits Administrators handle the responsibility of overseeing all the aspects of employee benefits; whether it is pension, insurance, or salary deductions. They liaise and coordinate with managers and executives to get policies approved and implemented. They may also assist in some human resource responsibilities like interviewing and assessment.
A Benefits Administrator usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Selecting affordable insurance
• Preparing benefits
• Providing in-service training
• Supervising and monitoring staff
• Evaluating employees' compensation
• Managing client-specific services
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Benefits Administrator Jobs
Latest Job Offers
£25000 - £30000 per annum
City, London, South East
7.71 - 7.71 per hour
£18000/annum free parking
£16500 - £17500/annum Free Parking
Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
£18000/annum 22days holiday, Healthcare, Pension
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
£16000 - £19000/annum
£17772/annum + Outstanding benefits package
£11 - £12/hour
Most Popular Job Searches
- Payroll Benefits Administrator
- Employee Benefits Administrator
- Benefits Administrator Certification
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- Welfare Benefits
- Benefits Specialist
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