Manufacturing Engineer - Entry Level

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Managing the employee healthcare and benefits programs, 401k, pension, retirement vehicles and compensation plans;
Ensuring compliance with legal requirements, HIPAA, ERISA;
Negotiating pricing and financial funding methods;
Selecting insurance carriers, actuaries, 3rd party administrators;
Maintaining records, claims, funding and compensation plans;
Creating and maintaining metrics for the measurement on cost containment/effectiveness of the total benefit package;
Creating and presenting various communications with all levels of company personnel regarding compensation and benefits.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree or higher required; Human Resources or Compensation & Benefits Management preferred.

5+ years of compensation and benefits management experience in a large manufacturing industry;
Experience managing, overseeing, coordinating, and measuring the selection, definition, implementation and administration of the employee compensation and benefit plans;
Project Management experience required;
Experience with all related legal requirements including HIPAA, ERISA, etc.;
Proven ability to plan, organize and prioritize tasks;
Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.

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