Benefits Coordinator

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Are you a personable, organized, and reliable benefits professional seeking a position in a fast-paced, dynamic and progressive municipal human resources department? The City of St. Charles offers a challenging and supportive work environment that fosters excellence, accountability, learning, and professional development. This position is responsible for the administration and legal compliance of the City's employee benefits and workers' compensation programs. The position has significant interaction with internal customers and outside partners. Administers the benefit programs by addressing customer issues, administering open enrollment, communicating program details individually or in group presentation, work with benefit providers and participle in program or plan development. Administers the workers compensation program by ensuring complete reporting, coordinating with the City's carrier, communicating with injured workers, working with supervisors on return-to-work, and participating in claim review meetings. Also administers Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), drug testing programs, fitness for duty, and functional capacity exams. Assists in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) interactive processes. Maintains information in the Human Resource Information System (HRIS), to include setting up benefit plans, managing absence plans, adding/updating/terminating employees, inputting bi-weekly and annual pay increases, and processing bi-weekly payroll in coordination with Finance. Coordinates with the City's loss control consultant and department safety coordinators and chairs the Field Safety Committee. Chairs the Wellness Team and participates in Health Insurance Team meetings. Conducts employee orientations and retirement planning. A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Finance, Public Administration or a related field is required. Five (5) years of professional experience involving coordination and explanation of benefit programs, preferably with some experience with self-insured plans. Minimum of two (2) years' experience in workers' compensation administration. Certified Benefits Professional a plus. Applicants should possess strong knowledge of comprehensive employee benefit programs, Affordable Care Act (ACA), workers compensation, Consolid
Are you a personable, organized, and reliable benefits professional seeking a position in a fast-paced, dynamic and progressive municipal human resources department? The City of St. Charles offers a challenging and supportive work environment that fosters excellence, accountability, learning, and professional development. This position is responsible for the administration and legal compliance of the City's employee benefits and workers' compensation programs. The position has significant interaction with internal customers and outside partners. Administers the benefit programs by addressing customer issues, administering open enrollment, communicating program details individually or in group presentation, work with benefit providers and participle in program or plan development. Administers the workers compensation program by ensuring complete reporting, coordinating with the City's carrier, communicating with injured workers, working with supervisors on return-to-work, and participating in claim review meetings. Also administers Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), drug testing programs, fitness for duty, and functional capacity exams. Assists in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) interactive processes. Maintains information in the Human Resource Information System (HRIS), to include setting up benefit plans, managing absence plans, adding/updating/terminating employees, inputting bi-weekly and annual pay increases, and processing bi-weekly payroll in coordination with Finance. Coordinates with the City's loss control consultant and department safety coordinators and chairs the Field Safety Committee. Chairs the Wellness Team and participates in Health Insurance Team meetings. Conducts employee orientations and retirement planning. A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Finance, Public Administration or a related field is required. Five (5) years of professional experience involving coordination and explanation of benefit programs, preferably with some experience with self-insured plans. Minimum of two (2) years' experience in workers' compensation administration. Certified Benefits Professional a plus. Applicants should possess strong knowledge of comprehensive employee benefit programs, Affordable Care Act (ACA), workers compensation, Consolid
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