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 Employee Benefits Consulting / Brokerage Firm (Health/Dental/Life/Disability) seeks energetic, intelligent and pleasant Customer Service Representative/Administrative Specialist. Health Insurance Industry or Benefits Brokerage Agency experience preferred. Duties include: eligibility management & tracking, claims assistance, census preparation, enrollment spread-sheeting and interface with client groups' HR departments and individual employees. Correct spelling, proper written English, professional phone skills and basic arithmetic (add, subtract, divide and apply percentages) are a must and solid knowledge of "Excel" and "Word" is essential. The right candidate will possess high standards of integrity and ethics, is detail oriented, capable of working with others in a collegial team environment and be able to multi-task when deadlines are given.


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Our Client is the nation’s leading health insurance marketplace, and on a mission to improve access to healthcare in America. They use bleeding edge technology, licensed agents, and 20 years of expertise to cut through confusion and get customers enrolled in a plan with the right coverage and benefits. Our relationship with this Client extends over ten years and this opportunity has proven a launching pad for the hundreds of our previous placements there, many of which, are still thriving with the company today.


We are targeting candidates who have solid sales experience that are open to exploring a new and exciting industry. With 10,000 people hitting medicare eligibility everyday, this is a unique opportunity to become licensed in life and health and build a career with a company proven to offer promotion, career and income growth.


This position has served as a feeder ground for their future leaders. It allows you to learn about their technology, key carrier plans, and convert incoming calls into health insurance policies.


As a Seasonal Benefits Advisor you will take inbound calls on behalf of major health insurance companies, like BCBS for both the general consumer market as well as the medicare population. The position is set to last through year end, but for those that have great attitude, attendance and performance, there is no shortage of opportunity to convert into a full time role after the enrollment period wraps up. Enrollment is most typically from Mid October – end of year, during that time you would expected to work a 40 work week that includes nights and weekends.


Remote: Position will start working from home and can evolve into a work from home position for the entirety of the enrollment season, so you are expected to be able to work from home for training and beyond, which means you have a camera enabled computer, WiFi, quiet place to conduct business.


Pay: $14.00 / hour, $15.00 for bilingual *eligible for up to $2,000 in monthly bonuses


Hours:



  • Training is M-F, traditional working hours, expected from 8 AM – 5 PM.

  • During enrollment the center is open from 7 AM – 10 PM, 7 days a week, and you will be scheduled for 8.5 hour shifts. You are expected to be able to work any shift in that window.

  • 5 of 7 days a week, scheduled released every two weeks.

  • You will want to work nights and weekends as that is when the majority of calls will be coming in.

  • Overtime eligible – people make a lot of money on overtime alone.

  • Needs to be available for the first 60 days without missing any days.


Company Description

Emerge Professional is a growing search and staffing firm in Denver. We connect the brightest talent to leading employers. With over 40 years of recruiting, retention, and talent development experience, we are poised to make a dramatic impact in the way our growing companies of Denver select and retain talent.

Emerge has quickly risen as a key provider of talent and retention solutions in the following practices:
Corporate: Accounting, Finance, Administration, Human Resources
Customer: Call Center, Sales and Customer Service

We work hard. We have fun. We find GREAT talent.


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Our Client is the nation’s leading health insurance marketplace, and on a mission to improve access to healthcare in America. They use bleeding edge technology, licensed agents, and 20 years of expertise to cut through confusion and get customers enrolled in a plan with the right coverage and benefits. Our relationship with this Client extends over ten years and this opportunity has proven a launching pad for the hundreds of our previous placements there, many of which, are still thriving with the company today.


We are targeting candidates who have solid sales experience that are open to exploring a new and exciting industry. With 10,000 people hitting medicare eligibility everyday, this is a unique opportunity to become licensed in life and health and build a career with a company proven to offer promotion, career and income growth.


This position has served as a feeder ground for their future leaders. It allows you to learn about their technology, key carrier plans, and convert incoming calls into health insurance policies.


As a Seasonal Benefits Advisor you will take inbound calls on behalf of major health insurance companies, like BCBS for both the general consumer market as well as the medicare population. The position is set to last through year end, but for those that have great attitude, attendance and performance, there is no shortage of opportunity to convert into a full time role after the enrollment period wraps up. Enrollment is most typically from Mid October – end of year, during that time you would expected to work a 40 work week that includes nights and weekends.


Remote: Position will start working from home and can evolve into a work from home position for the entirety of the enrollment season, so you are expected to be able to work from home for training and beyond, which means you have a camera enabled computer, WiFi, quiet place to conduct business.


Pay: $14.00 / hour, $15.00 for bilingual *eligible for up to $2,000 in monthly bonuses


Hours:



  • Training is M-F, traditional working hours, expected from 8 AM – 5 PM.

  • During enrollment the center is open from 7 AM – 10 PM, 7 days a week, and you will be scheduled for 8.5 hour shifts. You are expected to be able to work any shift in that window.

  • 5 of 7 days a week, scheduled released every two weeks.

  • You will want to work nights and weekends as that is when the majority of calls will be coming in.

  • Overtime eligible – people make a lot of money on overtime alone.

  • Needs to be available for the first 60 days without missing any days.


Company Description

Emerge Professional is a growing search and staffing firm in Denver. We connect the brightest talent to leading employers. With over 40 years of recruiting, retention, and talent development experience, we are poised to make a dramatic impact in the way our growing companies of Denver select and retain talent.

Emerge has quickly risen as a key provider of talent and retention solutions in the following practices:
Corporate: Accounting, Finance, Administration, Human Resources
Customer: Call Center, Sales and Customer Service

We work hard. We have fun. We find GREAT talent.


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We are a business focused on the understanding that our entry level people are our future. Therefore, we only promote from within and strive to coach our people into leadership positions here at the Aderholt Agency. Our success as an organization is a result of maintaining high standards and working with those interested in business management and capable of becoming great leaders.


We are looking for individuals who:



  • Have an entrepreneurial spirit

  • Have strong, professional communications skills, in person and on the phone

  • Are confident, positive, empathetic, and trustworthy with the highest degree of integrity

  • Are driven, motivated, highly disciplined, and committed to success

  • Are organized, flexible, coachable, and willing to learn


We offer:



  • High income potential based on performance

  • Lucrative compensation and bonus plan

  • Residual income

  • Conventions and incentive trips to exciting and exotic locations


The Benefit Specialist works with local businesses and individuals in evaluating benefit programs for employees and families. The job is a mixture of customer service, marketing and some sales.



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Title: Claims Specialists


Location: Marshall, TX 75670


Hours: 8-hour shift between 6AM-6PM


Pay: $13 - $14/hr


Type: Contract to Hire
Job Duties:


Under supervision, you will be responsible for processing complex claims requiring further investigation, including coordination of benefits, and resolving pended claims
Review and compare information in computer systems and apply proper codes/documentation
May place outgoing calls to providers and/or pharmacies for further investigation before processing claims


Job Specific Qualifications:


High School Diploma or GED
6+ months of data entry and/or typing, medical, or insurance claims experience
Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills
Solid computer skills - basic typing, navigation of toolbar
Solid data entry skills average: 10,000+ keystrokes/hour
Detail oriented with strong Interpersonal, analytical, and organizational skills
Independent decision-making skills
Adapts well to change
Member-focused and highly engaged
Ability to meet and/or exceed performance expectations for quality and production
Ability to sit for long periods of time



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Customer Service Rep - This position is located in Hartland, WI


WE’RE GROWING...Multiple FULL-TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS NEEDED ASAP!


Light on experience but eager to learn – we’ll train you!


Looking to build a career – we have growth opportunities!


About Us…


Diversified Benefit Services, Inc. (DBS), is an innovative, industry-leading third-party benefits administrator dedicated to delivering a high level of unequaled personal customer-focused service through a team of dedicated professionals utilizing state of the art software and systems.


About You…



  • A proactive thinker and problem-solver who finds value in helping others.


  • Being detail-oriented is one of your strengths and you have a keen eye for auditing. Maintaining a high level of accuracy in your work is something you genuinely care about.


  • You have excellent communication skills, enjoy assisting people on the phone, and appreciate continuous feedback.


  • You’re great on the computer and have no problem learning software programs and entering information accurately.


  • You seek an opportunity to learn and develop in a challenging, rewarding, and professional work environment.


  • You love collaborating across teams and are personable, helpful, and focused.



About the Position…



  • Develop a strong working knowledge of tax-advantaged benefit plans (FSA’s/HRA’s/HSA’s).


  • Assist customers on the phone with questions regarding their benefits and online accounts.


  • Review claims documentation to determine eligibility for payment.


  • An excellent starting position for those looking to advance to the Specialist role.



**PLEASE APPLY TO BE CONSIDERED**


Company Description

Who we are:

For more than 30 years, Diversified Benefit Services, Inc. (DBS), continues to be a leading third party administrator (TPA) of FSA’s, HRA’s, HSA’s, COBRA, and other customized benefit plans. At DBS we believe that good people are the key to our success, and we understand the importance of finding qualified, motivated and positive professionals who thrive on challenge and seek opportunities to utilize their skills and talents. DBS provides a well-rounded training program that gives our employees the best innovative tools and support they will build upon to be engaged and successful.


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Aflac is looking for a career minded individual who can work in a fast paced environment for Sales and Marketing Account Management to work in a professional business-to-business sales environment. For this position, you will be managing various different Aflac accounts, conducting presentations and meetings with the business owners and HR’s of your accounts. Good customer service skills are a must. You must have prior managerial experience. There is lots of room for growth within the company, and we prefer to promote from within. This is a full time position, generally 9-5pm Monday-Friday, but there is some flexibility. Compensation will be discussed during the initial interview process.


 


Requirements for AFLAC Benefit Specialist:



  • Desire to work with a leading company that will offer you excellent marketing support.

  • Vibrant personality and professional presence.

  • Drive to help others.

  • Articulate self-starter and team player.

  • Hard-working and self-motivated.

  • Leadership capabilities.

  • Associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required.
     


Management opportunities are available. Prior Sales experience is welcome, but not necessary. Training for the position is provided though Aflac Sales Academy world-class training program.


Company Description

For seven consecutive years, Aflac has been recognized by Ethisphere magazine as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies. In 2019, FORTUNE magazine recognized Aflac as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America for the 16th consecutive year.
Also, in 2014, FORTUNE magazine included Aflac on its list of Most Admired Companies for the 13th time, ranking the company number one in the life and health insurance category.
Aflac Incorporated is a Fortune 200 company listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol AFL.

Benefits include stock bonus program, bonus rewards and exotic trips. Compensation is discussed in detail with the hiring manager during the initial interview. However, it is a combination structure that includes Commission, Residuals, Bonuses, and Stocks.


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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SPECIALIST - EXCELLENT BENEFITS, MATCHING 401k AND BONUS!!  This position is located in central Denver.


EXCELLENT EXCEL SKILLS A MUST!


We are looking for someone who has experience with high volume posting would be ideal as this is what they would be doing on a daily basis, some days may be lighter than others. Between all of our branches posting includes checks that come thru:



  1. Lockbox

  2. Checks deposited via desktop deposit (check that come via snail mail to each branch)

  3. Credit Cards

  4. ACH payments


The candidate should be a fast thinker and be very proficient with Excel and have great communication skills.


This position is very detail oriented and takes a person who is well organized and can work off the treasury report while at the same time balancing to control totals on an excel spreadsheet. By the end of the day, expectation is that all checks have been posted to the proper account and all backup related to each deposit have been scanned into the archive system.


Familiarity with sales tax is important; even basic knowledge on how to compute taxes with a percentage and understanding of a tax base. Of course there is very in depth training of our processes and procedures but this basically outlines the major duties of this position.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS


Essential


ATTENDANCE


Essential


REASONING ABILITY


Essential


WORK ENVIRONMENT Casual environment. Able to be an independent thinker, Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


 


Benefits:



  • matching 401k

  • semi-annual discretionary bonus

  • free parking

  • casual work environment

  • benefits start after 30 days of employment


Company Description

Dana Kepner Company, Inc. and Western Industrial Supply, LLC. have served the water and wastewater industry as an independent distributor for over 8 decades. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, we serve 5 western states through our 13 branches. Our independent ownership allows us to provide agile solutions to our customers problems, and streamlined relationships with our vendors.


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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SPECIALIST - EXCELLENT BENEFITS, MATCHING 401k AND BONUS!! This position is located in central Denver.


EXCELLENT EXCEL SKILLS A MUST!


We are looking for someone who has experience with high volume posting would be ideal as this is what they would be doing on a daily basis, some days may be lighter than others. Between all of our branches posting includes checks that come thru:



  1. Lockbox

  2. Checks deposited via desktop deposit (check that come via snail mail to each branch)

  3. Credit Cards

  4. ACH payments


The candidate should be a fast thinker and be very proficient with Excel and have great communication skills.


This position is very detail oriented and takes a person who is well organized and can work off the treasury report while at the same time balancing to control totals on an excel spreadsheet. By the end of the day, expectation is that all checks have been posted to the proper account and all backup related to each deposit have been scanned into the archive system.


Familiarity with sales tax is important; even basic knowledge on how to compute taxes with a percentage and understanding of a tax base. Of course there is very in depth training of our processes and procedures but this basically outlines the major duties of this position.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS


Essential


ATTENDANCE


Essential


REASONING ABILITY


Essential


WORK ENVIRONMENT Casual environment. Able to be an independent thinker, Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


 


Benefits:



  • matching 401k

  • semi-annual discretionary bonus

  • free parking

  • casual work environment

  • benefits start after 30 days of employment


Company Description

Dana Kepner Company, Inc. and Western Industrial Supply, LLC. have served the water and wastewater industry as an independent distributor for over 8 decades. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, we serve 5 western states through our 13 branches. Our independent ownership allows us to provide agile solutions to our customers problems, and streamlined relationships with our vendors.


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You know that health benefits can be confusing to understand. Wouldn’t you love an opportunity to help people untangle their benefits to take better control of their health? Gaudenzia, Inc. is looking to hire Benefits Specialists for our Norristown, PA location. Benefits Specialists are knowledgeable about health insurance and benefit plans, and great answer-finders and problem-solvers. As this is an employee-facing role, our Benefits Specialists are also good listeners, friendly, and compassionate.


 


We offer Great Benefits! The benefits package for this position includes very generous Paid Time Off (PTO), paid holiday policy, tuition reimbursement and a 403(b) with a match.


 


As a Benefits Specialist, you would be responsible for: Professionally answer incoming calls and respond to employee inquiries; Facilitate portion of Employee Orientation program; Provides guidance to employees on open enrollment issues and benefit options. This includes compare and contrast benefits during Open Enrollment and Special Enrollment Periods; Connect with employees by phone and quickly develop a rapport to help the individual to navigate their benefit choices and options. Answer customer questions related to Benefit Plans, including the following topics: Health Care Reform; Marketplace navigation; Exchange plan review and comparison; COBRA; Medicare A,B,Medigap, Medicare Part D plans; High deductible health plans; Flex Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, and Health Reimbursements Accounts; Coordination of Benefits and which plan is primary; Summary Plan Documents; Government programs and resources; Legislation and mandates; Fully insured and self-insured; Pharmacy benefits including injectable medications; Facilitate obtaining member’s medical records; Place outbound follow up calls for issues that cannot be resolved during the initial call; Respond to member cases in delegate box, answers, and after-hour calls.


 


An applicant for this job will be expected to meet the following minimum qualifications:


 



  • High School Degree or GED required.

  • Associate’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business administration, liberal arts, public health, healthcare management, or a related field is preferred or

  • Time spent in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree (e.g. Junior and Senior year) may be substituted in lieu of experience requirements.

  • Minimum of two (2) years’ customer service, healthcare, or benefits experience required.

  • Basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel required.

  • Previous benefits experience preferred.

  • Strong communication skills and phone etiquette.

  • Strong ability to explain complex issues to employees/retirees.

  • Highly effective listening skills, customer service, and customer resolution skills.

  • Strong problem solving/issues resolution skills.

  • Organizational and administrative skills.


Company Description

Serving about 20,000 individuals annually, Gaudenzia operates 161 drug and alcohol treatment programs for men and women in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Services include specialty programs for pregnant and parenting mothers, adolescents, and people suffering from co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse.

Gaudenzia continues to improve and expand our services, helping individuals, families and communities overcome the ravages of addiction.


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We are in the process of a major expansion for 2020. For over 50 years, we have been handling supplemental benefits for manufacturing, organized labor groups, and unions. Our Indiana and Michigan offices represent the top agency worldwide. Due to the economy in Indiana and Michigan, major corporations and labor unions are faced with the task of preserving jobs as well as maintaining current wages. These changes have resulted in reduced employee benefits. We have been one of the primary providers of supplemental benefits for over 25 years. The reduction of employee benefits in these niche markets has created several positions in Indiana. Applicants must have experience working with people, strong work ethic, results driven, and must possess leadership qualities. A four year degree is preferred (not required). 45k to 70k with commissions based on previous work experience along with weekly bonus, full benefits, and company stock options.


 


Qualifications:


• Strong Work Ethic


• Positive “Can-Do” Attitude


• Excellent People Skills


• Quick Learner


• Reliable form of transportation


• Complete Integrity


• Able to pass state background check


 


We are looking to hire 2-3 people immediately. There are work from home positions available!



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We are seeking a Union Benefit Specialist to join our team! You will be responsible for providing product and service information to all the union members in Indiana, assisting in exploring policy options and resolving all policy-related issues.

Responsibilities:



  • Handle customer inquiries and complaints

  • Schedule appointment with union members

  • Make inbound and outbound calls

  • Provide information about existing union members' policies.

  • Assist union members explore policies options.

  • Document and update customer records based on interactions

  • Develop and maintain a knowledge base of the evolving products and services

  • provide customer service to new, current, and retired union members

  • Assist policy owners in navigating insurance options and premiums


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in HR, customer service, sales, or other service related fields is a plus.

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Positive and professional demeanor

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Basic computer knowledge is required


Company Description

Cunningham Agency is an independently owned and operated union label company. We have has been in business since 1951 and has a financial of A+ (Superior) for Financial Strength from A.M. Best. AIL is an international company with over 7,000 employees and over 220 offices in United States, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. We work with a niche market with over 80,000 groups representing members of labor unions, credit unions and associations to provide supplemental benefits.


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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SPECIALIST - EXCELLENT BENEFITS, MATCHING 401k AND BONUS!! This position is located in central Denver.


EXCELLENT EXCEL SKILLS A MUST!


We are looking for someone who has experience with high volume posting would be ideal as this is what they would be doing on a daily basis, some days may be lighter than others. Between all of our branches posting includes checks that come thru:



  1. Lockbox

  2. Checks deposited via desktop deposit (check that come via snail mail to each branch)

  3. Credit Cards

  4. ACH payments


The candidate should be a fast thinker and be very proficient with Excel and have great communication skills.


This position is very detail oriented and takes a person who is well organized and can work off the treasury report while at the same time balancing to control totals on an excel spreadsheet. By the end of the day, expectation is that all checks have been posted to the proper account and all backup related to each deposit have been scanned into the archive system.


Familiarity with sales tax is important; even basic knowledge on how to compute taxes with a percentage and understanding of a tax base. Of course there is very in depth training of our processes and procedures but this basically outlines the major duties of this position.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS


Essential


ATTENDANCE


Essential


REASONING ABILITY


Essential


WORK ENVIRONMENT Casual environment. Able to be an independent thinker, Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


 


Benefits:



  • matching 401k

  • semi-annual discretionary bonus

  • free parking

  • casual work environment

  • benefits start after 30 days of employment


Company Description

Dana Kepner Company, Inc. and Western Industrial Supply, LLC. have served the water and wastewater industry as an independent distributor for over 8 decades. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, we serve 5 western states through our 13 branches. Our independent ownership allows us to provide agile solutions to our customers problems, and streamlined relationships with our vendors.


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Are you an expert in Developing/Implementing Benefit Plans?  We need you! 


 


Our client is a Global Leader in the Automotive Industry and we are seeking a Retirement Benefits Specialist to join their team. This is a Work From Home Remote Role 100% until 2021 or to be determined.


Job Title: Retirement Benefits Specialist
Anticipated Start Date: 8/17/2020
Request Type: Contract
Duration: 12+ months
Work Location: Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328


Primary Purpose
Leading the design, vendor selection and implementation of retirement benefits programs for the client and covered affiliates. Ensure the benefits programs meet the needs of our customers in order to attract and retain the best talents in the industry. Ensure the proper administration and interpretation of the Company’s Benefit Programs for active employees and retirees.


Job Deliverables
Manage day-to-day activities of outside vendors and consultants. Develop and foster relationships with vendors to ensure high quality programs and services which meet the company/affiliates and employees expectations. Establish and monitor performance results of third party providers and initiate corrective action as necessary.


Establish and monitor performance results of third party providers and initiate corrective action as necessary.


Manage benefit plans and research changes to plans based on needs of company, associates and regulatory requirements. Manage proposal and approval process for the client Benefits Plan Committee. Ensure plans for the client and covered affiliates are compliant with regulatory mandates. Educate Benefits Analysts and Retirement Administrator on benefit plans, retiree medical plans, premium reimbursement and assist team with the resolution of complicated requests/claims processing issues (Point of escalation).


Manage retirement benefits communications to the client employees/retirees and affiliates including: plan summaries, retirement planning tools, disseminating legally required notices, Benefits webpage, etc. Develop communications strategies on an ongoing basis and ensure that published information is up to date.


Partner with Legal to ensure proper administration of all benefit programs. Manage relationships and compliance with affiliate companies covered under the client Plans. Work closely with internal and external departments to ensure proper administration and required reporting to Federal, State and Local Governmental Agencies of plan activity.


Lead special projects (including continuous improvement initiatives) to help meet the business needs and budget objectives. The primary focus will be creating and implementing process changes that minimize manual processes and maximize automation and employee engagement.
Work closely with the Benefits Specialist Health and Welfare and assist in projects and initiatives.


Authorize release of monthly pension and premium reimbursement payments.


Complete annual pension and long-term disability plan valuations to ensure adequate company funding for these plans, confirm accuracy of files before submitting to actuaries.


Calculate and initiate annual funding for the Retirement Income Plan.


Manage all external audits related to retirement plans and processes.


Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all duties.


Requirements and Conditions
Must be able to work flexible hours/work schedule
• Occasional travel domestically
• Work holidays and weekends when required


Education
Bachelor's Degree (accredited school) or equivalent work experience with emphasis in
• Business Administration / Business Management
• Human Resource Management
• Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Certification (CEBS) is a plus


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Must have 5 years of experience in the following:
• Business Management - Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resource management and efficiency & process methods
• Human Resources - Knowledge of principles and procedures for Benefits and HRIS.
• Vendor Management Knowledge of Agency/Vendor management
• Project Management
• Problem solving and root cause identification skills
• Strong analytic and decision making abilities
• Must be a team player, ability to influence others


Company Description

At ThreePDS, our mission is to provide the highest quality staffing solutions on contract and/or permanent basis within the framework of a highly personalized and transparent approach. We Partner with Clients and Candidates alike to provide the highest level of service to achieve a common goal.


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The Aflac Insurance Agent works directly with business owners to deliver voluntary, health care and other benefits for their employees. It’s a key role from a well-known brand that helps owners ensure their employees can receive direct cash benefits (unless assigned otherwise) should covered medical events occur.


Key Responsibilities:



  • Generating new business opportunities through company leads, networking, referrals and calls

  • Conducting meetings with employers to customize programs to help meet their benefits needs

  • Engaging and enrolling interested employees in plans

  • Continuing to service employer customers through ongoing consultation on topics regarding new benefits options, the latest benefits trends, ACA updates, etc.


Skills/Qualifications:



  • Active life and health insurance license

  • Minimum of 1 year sales or industry related experience

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills

  • Must perform well in high-energy, dynamic and team-oriented environments


Advantages include:



  • The opportunity to sell the No. 1 provider of individual voluntary insurance products at the worksite in the U.S. (Eastbridge Consulting Group. “U.S. Voluntary/Worksite Sales Report: Carrier Results July 2019.)

  • Flexible schedules, no holidays or weekends

  • A generous stock bonus plan and the opportunity to earn additional financial incentives, awards and exotic trips

  • Access to comprehensive, ongoing training (in the classroom and the field) – aided by proven education materials and sales automation technology

  • Broad portfolio of plans and services that allow you to help business owners and employees find policies that meet their needs


Top-Notch Benefits:Include stock bonus program, bonus rewards and exotic trips.


Compensation is discussed in detail with the hiring manager during the interview process. However, it’s a combination structure that includes Commission, Residuals, Bonuses, and Stocks


 


 


 


Aflac herein refers to American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus and/or American Family Life Assurance Company of New York and/or Continental American Insurance Company and/ or Continental American Life Insurance Company. Aflac Insurance Agents are independent agents and are not employees of Aflac.


Company Description

Our growth over the last 30+ years is a testament to our commitment to our community. We continue to challenge ourselves year after year to grow and improve to better serve our policyholders, consultants, and the business owners we care so much about! As the industry leader in voluntary benefits, we look forward to continued growth in our profession of helping people and businesses through their ever changing environment of employee benefits.

Requirements:

Desire to help others and make a difference

Drive and determination

Vibrant personality and professional presence

Articulate self-starter and team player

Desire to work with the leading provider of voluntary benefits at the work site

We are seeking candidates that want a professional career opportunity. If you are selected to attend an interview, we request professional business attire.


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A Career with Aflac is one of the most sought-after, highly paid, rewarding (& fun) careers on the market today! As we get older (& wiser), most people realize that we want to be employed by a strong, stable, ethical company, where we can work smarter (not harder), earn more money each year, enjoy more time off for family & personal pursuits, work with great people & enjoy what we do each day while helping people. This is what a successful career with Aflac can give you & your family:




  • Solid 1st Year Income, with 15%-40% increases in your income each year without having to "do more".


  • Complete Control of your Career Path, your Clients & your Daily Schedule.

  • Job Security & Long-Term Financial Security.


This is also the most under-penetrated market in the nation for Aflac, with Businesses needing our No-Cost Business Solutions & Employees needing our Cash Benefit Programs. This means there's never been a better time to join Aflac!


In our Benefits Specialist & Leadership Positions, your general Job Responsibilities would include:



  • Complete our Onboarding Process & Award-Winning Training (classroom & out in the field with a personal mentor).

  • Establish New Relationships with Companies & Organizations through Networking, Field Marketing, Social Media, LinkedIn, Referrals & Warm Leads that come in through Aflac.

  • Meet with Business Owners, identify their Business Needs, discuss our No-Cost Business Solutions, Schedule Employee Education Meetings & Enroll Employees in Aflac Benefits (Consultative Process).

  • Enroll New Hires on a Monthly Basis & Assist with Billing, Invoicing, Claims & Policyholder Servicing.


Our Benefit Specialists & Leaders experience the following:



  • Most consultants make between 35k-60k during their 1st year (before bonuses), with many going on to make 100K+ every year afterward.

  • Earn additional compensation through our New Consultant Award Series (up to $12,750 1st year), Stock Bonuses, Renewal Income, Nomination Bonuses & Ongoing Contests that include Trips, Prizes & Cash Bonuses.

  • You can quit Aflac after certain time periods & still receive a % of your Renewal Income (2 Years = 50%, 5 years = 75% & 10 years = 100%). What other company will continue paying you after you quit?

  • Represent the #1 company in our industry.

  • Flexible Schedule (No Nights or Weekends, unless you choose to).

  • We pride ourselves in being a Fun, Ethical, Professional Team that actively work Together in a Positive, Cooperative Work Environment.


Job Requirements



  • An Accident, Life & Health License is required to sell our type of Insurance.

  • Unlicensed candidates who are willing to obtain their Accident, Life & Health License will also be considered. It's a simple process that takes most people 10-14 days (max) to complete, & candidates will be supported throughout the entire process.

  • Applicants must be US Citizens or Own a Permanent Resident Card.

  • Bilingual a plus but not required.


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time                                                    Salary: $35,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year


Company Description

Aflac, a Fortune 500 Company, is an industry leader in voluntary insurance products that pay cash directly to policyholders and one of America’s best-known brands. Aflac has been recognized by Fortune magazines as one of the 100 Best Companies to work for in America by 18 consecutive years, one of the Best Workplaces for Millennials in 2015 (the inaugural year of the award) and one of America’s Most Admired Companies for 15 years.


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Payroll and Benefits Specialist


Location: Washington, DC


Job Type: Full Time –Exempt (70% remote)


Salary: $45K- $50K annually – commensurate with credentials and experience


 


Who we are


CentroNía is a bilingual, multicultural, nationally accredited learning center that provides affordable and high quality education; professional development to educators; and family support services to low-income children and families. As an award-winning nonprofit organization, we focus on providing a more holistic approach that ensures that the children and families we serve receive the support and encouragement they need to succeed academically, develop a strong sense of community, and live healthy and active lives. CentroNía offers a diverse and inclusive welcoming work environment with promising career opportunities and a holistic learning experience.


 


What we are looking for


The Payroll and Benefits Specialist is responsible for accurately reporting and maintaining payroll and benefits administration for employees in accordance with CentroNía policies and compliance with federal, state and local agencies. The individual will serve as the organizations liaison between employees, management and third party providers to discuss and resolve problems as required in payroll and benefits.


 


Responsibilities:


Benefits:


  • Administer various employee benefit programs, such as group life insurance, medical, dental, accidental death & dismemberment, 401K, SmartBenefits, AFLAC, and others.


  • Process monthly new hire enrollments, terminations and changes.

  • Manage annual open enrollment process, including gathering quotes from vendors, analyze best options and coordinating informational sessions.

  • Complete new hire benefits orientation.

  • Perform regular audits to ensure compliance with plan structure and company policy.



  • Analyze options to reduce costs of benefits and increase enrollment.

  • Administer our workers compensation insurance, process claims and follow up with employees.

  • Process annual OSHA reports.

  • Update policies and maintain administrative procedures.

  • Plan the internal annual benefit fair and periodically create benefit enrolment campaigns for staff.

  • Reconciliation of all benefits related accounts on a monthly basis.


Payroll:



  • Verify time sheets and attendance for accuracy in compliance with CentroNía policies prior to processing and interface with payroll service provider

  • Prepare and process, biweekly payroll.

  • Make sure that all payroll files are up to date.

  • Administer the internal Payroll and HRIS system.

  • Work in coordination with third party Payroll Services Provider.

  • Confirm the timely filing of tax and voluntary deduction reports and other reporting requirements.

  • Train all new and existing employees on payroll system.

  • Keep up-to-date knowledge of applicable local, state and federal laws pertaining to payroll and benefits.


Human Resources:



  • Create new staff files as needed

  • Process and follow up with unemployment, FMLA and DCFML request

  • Create monthly payroll reports to evaluate payroll expenses and saving opportunities

  • Conduct trimestral I-9 audits

  • Support the Human Resources team in various activities for the employees

  • Perform other duties as assigned.


 


Qualifications



  • Two years of experience in Human Resource, Accounting or related fields.

  • Benefit administration experience is preferred

  • Bachelor Degree in Business, Accounting, Human Resources or related fields

  • Bilingual in English and Spanish highly preferred.


This job description does not list all the duties of the job. Management reserves the right to review and edit duties as desired or needed.


 


What we offer:



  • Work-Life harmony

  • Health and Dental Plan

  • Life Insurance

  • Child Care Discounts

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Professional Development Opportunities

  • Competitive 401K Plan

  • Inclusive work environment


 


How To Apply:


Please submit your resume and cover letter indicating the position that you are applying to one of the following:


Mail:


CentroNía


Attn: Human Resources
1420 Columbia Road, NW


Email


badan@centronia.org


Attn: Barbara Adan, Talent Acquisition Specialist.


Apply through our Website:


www.centronia.org/careers


Click on “View Current Openings”


 


CentroNía is an equal opportunity employer


 


Company Description

Access to quality education continues to be the single most important challenge facing the District of Columbia and the greater metropolitan region. CentroNia, a nationally recognized, award-winning educational organization, provides affordable, quality education; professional development to educators; and family support services to more than 2,400 low-income children and families in the District of Columbia metropolitan region. Founded in 1986, CentroNiais a multicultural learning community with a pioneering approach to bilingual education. Our holistic approach ensures that the children and families we serve receive the support and encouragement they need to succeed academically, develop a strong sense of community, and live healthy and active lives.


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The Senior Finance Specialist (SFS) collaborates with the rest of the Finance Team and supports Finance management by contributing to and maintaining a best-in-class finance organization that successfully services, with high quality, the remainder of the Company and external parties.  The SFS position reports to the VP & Controller in Rhode Island.


The SFS and SFA functional areas are as follows:


  • SFS:  coordinate daily operations of the department, including treasury; reporting of financial results; coordination of audits and collaboration with auditors; compliance with financial and technical laws, regulations and controls; coordination of services with third parties; guidance and training to peers and other team members; project lead or team member on corporate and finance team projects


The detailed responsibilities below collectively roll up to form the functional areas and are shared across the SFS to meet the strategic and operating goals of the Finance Department. 


DETAILED RESPONSIBILITIES:


LEADING OR SIGNIFICANTLY PARTICIPATING ON FINANCE OR CORPORATE PROJECTS


As part of corporate and department strategic planning, identify and research the necessity for corporate and departmental projects.  Oversee the project teams and ensure successful completion of all projects and facilitate problem resolution as needed.


SUPPORTING FINANCE OPERATIONS, REPORTING AND COMPLIANCE FUNCTIONS



  • Execute financial transactions and procedures while ensuring compliance with Company policy and technical and regulatory body requirements.   Keep current, research and recommend the technical accounting and finance approach and positions of the Company.   

  • Prepares timely, accurate, and complete financial statements, projections, analysis, and explanations for senior management and Corporate.  Develops, coordinates, oversees, and reports status of the monthly financial close cycle. Maintains and adjusts the cycle as necessary to meet or accelerate deadlines.  Oversees completion of all of the close cycle components and executes the more complex components (e.g. liability estimates, write-off recommendations, difficult journal entries, etc.).  Reviews the work of Specialists and peers, including journal entries, reconciliations, and financial and operational reports for accuracy and completeness.

  • In coordination with the FP&A function, develops and analyzes key financial and operational reports to identify data anomalies, significant or unusual transactions, errors, etc. and communicates results to management and business units for resolution. 

  • Assess the adequacy and functionality of systems, including the General Ledger, data, and reports and collaborates with technical specialists and IT to address system and data issues. 

  • Performs and/or ensures completion of other operational duties, such as review of new contracts, administration of new business set up, execution of business unit or client requests (e.g. new reports), etc. 


EXECUTING TREASURY ACTIVITIES


Recommend appropriate treasury strategies and best practices to improve efficiencies and reduce costs, including generating, receiving, and controlling cash as timely as possible.  Assist the rest of the Finance team to efficiently execute treasury services, including premium billing and collections; accounts receivable management; claimant and provider disbursements; policyholder disbursements; agent compensation; accounts payable; employee reimbursements; business unit and external party research and responses; and other services billings and collections. 


MEASURING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND RESULTS


Measure performance of Company results against previously established plans and budgets and benchmarks of peer companies; explain variances and causes; generate financial and managerial reports, request explanations and information from business units and respond to questions and requests from business units and corporate. 


ASSESSING EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF INTERNAL CONTROLS AND POLICIES/PROCEDURES


Assess, and continuously improve internal controls and policies/procedures to address the current operating environment, including touch points with other departments and operating entities, and introduce best practices.  Review and verify the existence of policies, procedures, and internal and controls and updates documentation.  Recommend changes to procedures, controls, and reports.  Liaises with auditors and other specialists as necessary. 


DELIVERING HIGH QUALITY SERVICE TO INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS


Identify, report, monitor and resolve internal and external stakeholder issues or inefficiencies.   Identify and support ease of doing business projects and other user-friendly improvements and maintain the customer-centric focus within the department.   Execute strong inter-departmental collaboration on projects, initiatives, and problem resolutions. 


MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE


Participate in industry and technical seminars/training; maintain and/or acquire additional certifications and skills; establish professional and personal networks; research best practices and knowledge share with others; participate in professional or industry societies.


CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVING DEPARTMENT SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Mentor and coach peers and other Finance team members.  Assist other team members, including management, in their daily duties during absences or peak periods.  Perform self-development, training, proactively participate in professional organizations, and discuss upward feedback with supervisors. 


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE



  • BS or MS degree in Accounting, Finance, or Audit


  • 3-5 years accounting, auditing, or finance operations experience within the insurance industry highly desired


  • Relevant industry accounting experience (e.g. medical/pharmacy brokering, insurance/group benefits, third party administration, revenue recognition, etc.) with a broad range of accounting and/or financial analysis exposure highly desired


  • Specialty experience such as financial close management, actuarial projections, budgeting and financial planning, group and peer training


  • Experience in management of multi-component processes requiring input from internal departments and external sources


  • At least 1-2 years’ experience reviewing the work of others and mentoring/coaching


  • Significant project team or project lead experience


  • Experience with leading or making group presentations, providing ideas and feedback to management


  • Strong knowledge of Finance processes and controls


  • Proactive involvement in industry, professional and/or other community organizations desirable



TECHNOLOGY SKILLS



  • Strong data analysis and related analytical tool skills (Access, Excel)


  • Experience with Great Plains or similar G/L packages


  • Experience with administrative systems and financial planning/budgeting software desirable


  • Ability and/or experience with system and data conversions


  • Ability to converse knowledgeably with-IT personnel


  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office products with emphasis on Excel, Word and Access



LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS


Certified Public Accountant or CPA-eligible or other industry or technical certifications (e.g. CMA) preferred.


COMPETENCIES



  • Ethics, integrity, high quality service delivery


  • Entrepreneurial, self-sufficient, proactive with recommendations and actions


  • Internal and external customer service


  • Relationship-building, teamwork, mentoring, networking


  • Open-minded, change agility


  • Technical and analytical skills


  • Problem solving and consulting skills



Company Description

AmWINS Group, Inc. has been a leader in the wholesale insurance industry since its formation in 1998. The firm is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina and has nearly 100 locations around the world. The firm has expertise across a diversified mix of property, casualty and group benefits products. AmWINS also offers value-added services to support some of these products, including product development, underwriting, premium and claims administration and actuarial services.

With more than 3,600 employees, AmWINS is an amalgamation of 35+ wholesale brokerage, underwriting and group benefit operations which have been acquired over the course of 12 years. The firm currently receives more than 675,000 submissions a year from retail insurance agents across the United States. More than $11.1 billion in premium placements makes AmWINS the largest wholesale broker in the U.S. as ranked by Business Insurance magazine. AmWINS has extensive relationships with more than 20,000 retail insurance brokerage firms and more than 800 insurance underwriting firms


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Customer Service Rep - This position is located in Hartland, WI


WE’RE GROWING...Multiple FULL-TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS NEEDED ASAP!


Light on experience but eager to learn – we’ll train you!


Looking to build a career – we have growth opportunities!


About Us…


Diversified Benefit Services, Inc. (DBS), is an innovative, industry-leading third-party benefits administrator dedicated to delivering a high level of unequaled personal customer-focused service through a team of dedicated professionals utilizing state of the art software and systems.


About You…



  • A proactive thinker and problem-solver who finds value in helping others.


  • Being detail-oriented is one of your strengths and you have a keen eye for auditing. Maintaining a high level of accuracy in your work is something you genuinely care about.


  • You have excellent communication skills, enjoy assisting people on the phone, and appreciate continuous feedback.


  • You’re great on the computer and have no problem learning software programs and entering information accurately.


  • You seek an opportunity to learn and develop in a challenging, rewarding, and professional work environment.


  • You love collaborating across teams and are personable, helpful, and focused.



About the Position…



  • Develop a strong working knowledge of tax-advantaged benefit plans (FSA’s/HRA’s/HSA’s).


  • Assist customers on the phone with questions regarding their benefits and online accounts.


  • Review claims documentation to determine eligibility for payment.


  • An excellent starting position for those looking to advance to the Specialist role.



**PLEASE APPLY TO BE CONSIDERED**


Company Description

Who we are:

For more than 30 years, Diversified Benefit Services, Inc. (DBS), continues to be a leading third party administrator (TPA) of FSA’s, HRA’s, HSA’s, COBRA, and other customized benefit plans. At DBS we believe that good people are the key to our success, and we understand the importance of finding qualified, motivated and positive professionals who thrive on challenge and seek opportunities to utilize their skills and talents. DBS provides a well-rounded training program that gives our employees the best innovative tools and support they will build upon to be engaged and successful.


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Job Description


Due to COVID-19 interviews will be conducted remotely


This position is full-time (40 hours/week) Monday - Friday work from home. Employees are required to have flexibility to work any of our 8 hour shift schedules during our normal business hours of 8:00am - 5:30pm CST. It may be necessary, given the business need, to work occasional overtime.


Primary Responsibilities:



  • Respond to and resolve on the first call, customer service inquiries and issues by identifying the topic and type of assistance the caller needs such as benefits, eligibility and claims, financial spending accounts and correspondence

  • Educate customers about the fundamentals and benefits of consumer-driven health care, guiding them on topics such as selecting the best benefit plan options, maximizing the value of their health plan benefits and choosing a quality care provider

  • Contact care providers (doctor’s offices) on behalf of the customer to assist with appointment scheduling or connections with internal specialists for assistance

  • Assist customers in navigating websites while encouraging and guiding them towards becoming self-sufficient in using these tools


This role is equally challenging and rewarding. You’ll be spending long periods of time on the phone and called on to research complex issues pertaining to the caller’s health, status and potential plan options. To do this, you’ll need to navigate across multiple databases which require fluency in computer navigation and toggling while confidently and compassionately engaging with the caller.


You’ll be rewarded and recognized for your performance in an environment that will challenge you and give you clear direction on what it takes to succeed in your role as well as provide development for other roles you may be interested in.


Required Qualifications:



  • High School Diploma, GED, or Equivalent work experience

  • Minimum of 2+ years of combined education, work and/or volunteer experience.


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Health Care/Insurance environment (familiarity with medical terminology, health plan documents, or benefit plan design)

  • Social work, behavioral health, disease prevention, health promotion and behavior change (working with vulnerable populations)

  • Sales or account management experience

  • Customer Service experience


Helping create positive customer experiences for our members can drive your sense of impact and purpose. Join us as we improve the lives of millions. 


Company Description

SOLUTIONS
Telephone Answering Service Virtual Receptionist Employee Reporting Service Call Center Solutions Inbound Sales and Order Taking Customer Service Help desk Lead capture Event Registration Employee Reporting Service Dealer Locator Appointment Scheduling Inbound Direct Response Automated Messaging Services Voice Mail Service


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Job Description


Overview


The benefits specialist is responsible for administering the FMLA/LOA program and assisting with the administration of all benefits and retirement programs, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, and 401(k).


Responsibilities


Culture


· Actively upholds Andis Core Values of Excellence, Integrity, and Respect in all work-related activities.


 


General


· Maintains knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions and ensures policies, procedures, and reporting are compliant


· Responds to inquires regarding policies, procedures, and programs


FMLA/Leave Administration


· Communicates with associates regarding their needs for leave and/or modified work schedules. Ensures that associates are aware of their responsibilities and of any documentation and notice required to qualify for and to take leave.


· Handles the FMLA leave administration process from the associates initial notice of the need for leave to the return to work. This includes gathering and completing all required paperwork, determining leave eligibility, designating leave as FMLA-qualifying, requesting medical certification as needed, and accounting for intermittent and reduced schedule leave use.


· Maintains reasonable communication with associates on leave to facilitate smooth and timely return to work; relays communication between associates and their managers during leave within reason.


· Advises managers and associates on the interaction of leave laws with paid time off, workers compensation, and short-term and long-term disability benefits.


· Oversees the return-to-work process for associates returning from extended FMLA, workers compensation, or other leave(s).


· Facilitates other leave requests, which may include accommodation requests under the ADA.


· Administers other company time-off programs as assigned in accordance with internal policy and applicable laws.


· Drafts and/or recommends revisions to company leave policies to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.


· Maintains complete and accurate records of leave and accommodation requests in accordance with specified legal requirements and documentation of best practices.


· Preserves confidentiality of associate medical documentation and files.


· Maintains knowledge of all applicable leave and accommodation laws including the FMLA, ADA, and state and local laws.


 


Benefits Administration


· Ensures the accuracy of all benefits enrollments in the HRIS to provide vendors with accurate eligibility information


· Assists with new-hire orientations


· Performs quality checks of benefits-related data


· Distributes all benefits enrollment materials and determines eligibility


· Enrolls associates with carriers and process life status changes


· Assists with the open enrollment process


· Administers the tuition reimbursement program


· Reconciles invoices from carriers


Wellness


· Plans, designs, implements, delivers, evaluates, and coordinates a comprehensive Wellness Program


· Coordinates annual Health Risk Assessments and other programming


· Works with onsite health clinic providers regarding hours and programming


· Responsible for encouraging and motivating resident participation in the health and wellness activities to ensure ongoing success of the program


· Track attendance, participation, or performance data related to health and wellness activities


Qualifications



  • Bachelor’s degree plus two years’ experience administering FMLA

  • Extensive knowledge of the leave requirements and other legal protections afforded by the FMLA, ADA, and other applicable laws

  • Strong communication skills – both written and verbal

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint

  • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus


To apply, please visit our website at www.andis.com/careers.


Andis is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Company Description

Who is Andis Company?
Since 1922, Andis has been at the center of haircutting style, developing the tools that professionals and at-home users demand. With market shares in professional barber and beauty, retail, hospitality and animal grooming, Andis designs and manufactures many of our products in our Racine facility. After more than 95 years, no brand knows personal cutting, trimming and styling better than Andis.

Why join the Andis team?
Family-Owned: A fourth generation family-owned business with family value providing stability and growth to all our associates.

Stability: Continuous growth for over 95 years!

Culture: Be a part of our culture where everyone is part of the solution. Our associates are fully engaged to continuously strive for new levels of achievement and business success.

Total Rewards: Comprehensive Insurance Package, 401k w/ Company Match, Profit Sharing, Paid Vacation Time and 10 Paid Holidays Product Discounts, Tuition Reimbursement, Free Onsite Clinic and Certified Wellness Coach, Free Wellness Program, Free Parking, Clean, Air-Conditioned Environment and much more!

Team: Partner with a top-notch team that puts safety at the forefront that is dedicated to producing quality tools to make people (and animals, too) look their very best!

Location: Conveniently located minutes of the interstate and within walking distance from the Amtrak station.
To apply, please visit our website at www.andis.com and select “Careers.”
Andis is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, and Disabilities


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Job Description


The Beam Team has served America’s most respected brands as a leading construction and fixture installation company for three decades. We are hiring in your area. On our team you will have opportunities for local travel, training, and advancement—not to mention great pay! You will be part of a reset/remodel team, working in major retail stores in your area. Some projects are in your city. Others require travel within approximately your state and local states (but we pay mileage, hotels, and a per diem for meals while you’re on the road).


We work hard. So, if you enjoy hands-on work in a team environment and you meet the requirements listed below and you are willing to travel, please apply today—and include your resume!


GREAT PAY:


Pay rates are based on experience and demonstrated skills. This is a project-based position; hours vary and no work is guaranteed, but we expect 20-40 hours per week. Medical benefits to part-time (supplemental) and full-time employees! Mileage reimbursement, paid hotels, and a per diem for meals during travel. The Beam Team also offers a generous referral bonus program to employees. If you are interested, please ask your recruiter for more details!


JOB DESCRIPTION:


You will work hands-on with the team while supervising your crew to safely move, build, tear down and reposition beams and shelving in store bays; relocate or adjust position of stock currently on display; re-label shelves with new pricing labels; place products, information, signage, stickers, or other required materials in strict accordance with Plan-O-Grams, photos or other written or verbal instructions.


REQUIREMENTS:


· 1+ year(s) of experience in retail resets, merchandising, light construction, or related skill set in this industry, along with experience managing teams. Including:


o Have experience managing multiple projects within a region, and in managing crews during reset/remodel, meeting hours expectations while maintaining work quality.


o Transmit reports on project progress, evaluations, hours and any issues.


o Have a solid background in the safe use of basic hand tools including hammers, scrapers and drills as well as other common equipment such as pallet jacks, following all Company and Client safety practices without exception.


o Have a demonstrated ability to interact with clients and team members in an efficient, professional manner.


· Able to stand, walk, and perform repetitive bending for up to 8 hours a day


· Able to pull, push, and lift materials weighing up to 50 lbs.


· Willing and physically able to SAFELY climb ladders up to 20 feet high.


· Must have basic tools—we will provide a small list (e.g., cordless drill, hammer, screwdriver, etc.).


· Day shift as well as third shift and weekends. Weekly schedules are posted on Thursdays and can sometimes change due to clients’ request.


· Available to travel within your state and surrounding states.


· Reliable, report to shifts on-time, follow strict safety guidelines, and adhere to rules and policies.


· Have your own reliable transportation (not shared).


· Have a valid driver’s license that is not currently revoked or suspended.


· Complete all HR documents and onboarding steps quickly so we can put you to work!


· No pets or guests in hotel rooms. During the COVID pandemic, we are providing field employees single-occupancy hotel rooms during overnight travel. Please note that after the pandemic passes, we will switch back to double-occupancy rooms (so at that time you will need to be willing to share a hotel with another team member of the same gender).


· NOTE: The requirements listed above are essential functions of the job that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation. We provide reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants with disabilities.


We are an equal opportunity employer. We believe in equal opportunities for all in the workplace. This is one of our nation's most cherished and hard-fought values, and it gives applicants and employees a fair shot to reach their highest aspirations. We ensure that no applicant or employee is denied equal opportunity because of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, status as a parent, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors. These protections extend to all management practices and decisions, including recruitment and hiring practices, performance reviews, promotions, training, and career development programs. We will continue to provide reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants with disabilities, and for religious observances and practices. And we will protect the right of employees and applicants to report incidents of illegal discrimination or harassment without fear of retaliation.


 


Company Description

The Beam Team is a leading national retail, restaurant, and hotel construction services firm that has been providing installation, remodeling, assembly and fixture repair for over 35 years. Our technology enabled project management processes, 500+ full-time trained employees and strategic locations throughout the country give the Beam Team a unique advantage in providing retailers fast, efficient and accurate service solutions. With Beam Team Construction, our work is on time, on budget, and guaranteed.


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Job Description


The Beam Team has served America’s most respected brands as a leading construction and fixture installation company for three decades. We are hiring in your area. On our team you will have opportunities for local travel, training, and advancement—not to mention great pay! You will be part of a reset/remodel team, working in major retail stores in your area. Some projects are in your city. Others require travel within approximately your state and local states (but we pay mileage, hotels, and a per diem for meals while you’re on the road).


We work hard. So, if you enjoy hands-on work in a team environment and you meet the requirements listed below and you are willing to travel, please apply today—and include your resume!


GREAT PAY:


Pay rates are based on experience and demonstrated skills. This is a project-based position; hours vary and no work is guaranteed, but we expect 20-40 hours per week. Medical benefits to part-time (supplemental) and full-time employees! Mileage reimbursement, paid hotels, and a per diem for meals during travel. The Beam Team also offers a generous referral bonus program to employees. If you are interested, please ask your recruiter for more details!


JOB DESCRIPTION:


You will work hands-on with the team while supervising your crew to safely move, build, tear down and reposition beams and shelving in store bays; relocate or adjust position of stock currently on display; re-label shelves with new pricing labels; place products, information, signage, stickers, or other required materials in strict accordance with Plan-O-Grams, photos or other written or verbal instructions.


REQUIREMENTS:


· 1+ year(s) of experience in retail resets, merchandising, light construction, or related skill set in this industry, along with experience managing teams. Including:


o Have experience managing multiple projects within a region, and in managing crews during reset/remodel, meeting hours expectations while maintaining work quality.


o Transmit reports on project progress, evaluations, hours and any issues.


o Have a solid background in the safe use of basic hand tools including hammers, scrapers and drills as well as other common equipment such as pallet jacks, following all Company and Client safety practices without exception.


o Have a demonstrated ability to interact with clients and team members in an efficient, professional manner.


· Able to stand, walk, and perform repetitive bending for up to 8 hours a day


· Able to pull, push, and lift materials weighing up to 50 lbs.


· Willing and physically able to SAFELY climb ladders up to 20 feet high.


· Must have basic tools—we will provide a small list (e.g., cordless drill, hammer, screwdriver, etc.).


· Day shift as well as third shift and weekends. Weekly schedules are posted on Thursdays and can sometimes change due to clients’ request.


· Available to travel within your state and surrounding states.


· Reliable, report to shifts on-time, follow strict safety guidelines, and adhere to rules and policies.


· Have your own reliable transportation (not shared).


· Have a valid driver’s license that is not currently revoked or suspended.


· Complete all HR documents and onboarding steps quickly so we can put you to work!


· No pets or guests in hotel rooms. During the COVID pandemic, we are providing field employees single-occupancy hotel rooms during overnight travel. Please note that after the pandemic passes, we will switch back to double-occupancy rooms (so at that time you will need to be willing to share a hotel with another team member of the same gender).


· NOTE: The requirements listed above are essential functions of the job that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation. We provide reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants with disabilities.


We are an equal opportunity employer. We believe in equal opportunities for all in the workplace. This is one of our nation's most cherished and hard-fought values, and it gives applicants and employees a fair shot to reach their highest aspirations. We ensure that no applicant or employee is denied equal opportunity because of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, status as a parent, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors. These protections extend to all management practices and decisions, including recruitment and hiring practices, performance reviews, promotions, training, and career development programs. We will continue to provide reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants with disabilities, and for religious observances and practices. And we will protect the right of employees and applicants to report incidents of illegal discrimination or harassment without fear of retaliation.


 


Company Description

The Beam Team is a leading national retail, restaurant, and hotel construction services firm that has been providing installation, remodeling, assembly and fixture repair for over 35 years. Our technology enabled project management processes, 500+ full-time trained employees and strategic locations throughout the country give the Beam Team a unique advantage in providing retailers fast, efficient and accurate service solutions. With Beam Team Construction, our work is on time, on budget, and guaranteed.


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We are in the process of a major expansion for 2020. For over 50 years, we have been handling supplemental benefits for manufacturing, organized labor groups, and unions. Our Indiana and Michigan offices represent the top agency worldwide. Due to the economy in Indiana and Michigan, major corporations and labor unions are faced with the task of preserving jobs as well as maintaining current wages. These changes have resulted in reduced employee benefits. We have been one of the primary providers of supplemental benefits for over 25 years. The reduction of employee benefits in these niche markets has created several positions in Indiana. Applicants must have experience working with people, strong work ethic, results driven, and must possess leadership qualities. A four year degree is preferred (not required). 45k to 70k with commissions based on previous work experience along with weekly bonus, full benefits, and company stock options.


 


Qualifications:


• Strong Work Ethic


• Positive “Can-Do” Attitude


• Excellent People Skills


• Quick Learner


• Reliable form of transportation


• Complete Integrity


• Able to pass state background check


 


We are looking to hire 2-3 people immediately. There are work from home positions available!



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 Throughout the past 25 years plus, MMC, one of the most trusted names in workforce management services, has successfully delivered strategic solutions to large and small businesses in numerous industries.
We have built our reputation on partnering with our clients and candidates to achieve the desired results. Our recruiting professionals have extensive experience matching the right candidate, to the right client, for the right position. We provide the best opportunities to the most talented candidates in a multitude of industries.
MMC is a privately owned business with corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas. With 2,000+ employees, working in 40+ states, MMC is able to support all United States locations, and some international locations.
We appreciate your interest in reviewing this particular position and we encourage you to visit our website where you can always search and apply for opportunities at www.mmcgrp.com 
Get started on your career journey today! Apply to become a part of the MMC Team! 
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


Job Posting Title:   Benefits Verification Specialist


Description:   Pay Rate - $18.00


 


Previous Fusion experience preferred.


 


POSITION SUMMARY:


Under general supervision of an Operations Manager, the Benefits Verification Specialist will contact insurance companies to verify patient specific benefits for programs we administer. The Benefits Verification Specialist will ask appropriate questions regarding patient’s benefits and complete data entry and/or appropriate forms to document patient’s benefits coverage.


 


PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


1. Reviews all patient insurance information needed to complete the benefit verification process.


2. Triages cases with missing information to appropriate program associate.


3. Verifies patient specific benefits and precisely documents specifics for various payer plans including patient coverage, cost share, and access/provider options.


4. Identifies any restrictions and details on how to expedite patient access.


5. Could include documenting and initiating prior authorization process, claims appeals, etc.


6. Completes quality review of work as part of finalizing product.


7. Reports any reimbursement trends/delays to management.


8. Performs related duties and special projects as assigned.


 


EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:


High school diploma or GED required.  Requires broad training in fields such as business administration, accounting, computer sciences, medical billing and coding, customer service or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a two-year associate’s degree program, technical vocational training, or equivalent combination of experience and education.  Two years (2) + years directly related and progressively responsible experience required.  A two-year degree can be used in lieu of 2 years of the experience requirement.


 


MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:


1. Proficient Windows based experience including fundamentals of data entry/typing 2. Working knowledge of Outlook, Word, and Excel 3. Strong interpersonal skills and professionalism 4. Independent problem solver, good decision maker, and robust analytical skills 5. Strong attention to detail 6. Effective written and verbal communication 7. Familiarity with verification of insurance benefits preferred 8. Attention to detail, flexibility, and the ability to adapt to changing work situations.


9. Strong customer service experience


 


WORK ENVIRONMENT:


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:


The noise level in the work environment is consistent with an office setting.


 


PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:


1. Sedentary physical activity requiring reaching, sifting, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions, talking and hearing.


2. Visual requirement is for close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.


3. 75% or more time is spent looking directly at a computer.


4. Ability to deal with stressful situations as they arise.


Company Description

MMC makes finding and applying for jobs simple. Partner with MMC to find the right opportunities across multiple industries in the US. Find out more by visiting www.MMCGRP.com

MMC, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Please feel free to contact us if you are an individual with a disability and require accommodation in the application process.


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Our client – a leader in the healthcare industry – is looking to expand their Health and Benefits Specialist team. 

Not only is our client in the top 25 most promising companies according to Forbes, they are recognized as a Top Workplace as well.

We are looking for candidates who are good at building relationships, have excellent multitasking abilities and are tech savvy. 


 


Responsibilities for the Health and Benefits Specialist: 



  • Answer questions regarding healthcare needs, online portal and products 

  • Be a main point of contact and trusted resource for all health care needs

  • Communicate with clients through multiple avenues (phone, chat features and email) 

  • Establish, build and maintain relationships with clients 

  • Data entry/data review into company database 


 


Job details for the Health and Benefits Specialist: 



  • Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA 

  • Pay: $16.00 / hour 

  • Hours:

    • Training: Monday – Friday, 10AM – 7PM

    • After training: Monday – Friday, Multiple 8 hour shifts available 




 


Why you want to work for our client: 



  • Excellent benefits program; PTO, 401(k), various employee discounts (Apple, Cyclebar and Working Advantage program), multiple medical, dental and vision plans, financial guidance and credit monitoring, volunteer day, student loan refinancing and tuition discount program and more! 

  • Growth and advancement potential 

  • Thorough training program 


 


Requirements for the Health and Benefits Specialist: 



  • Bachelor’s degree or 2+ years relevant experience 

  • Excellent problem-solving, listening and customer service skills

  • Ability to multitask is a must 

  • Experience in a fast-paced environment is required 

  • Inbound/Outbound call experience is a preferred 

  • Must be up for a challenge and willing to learn


 


If you're looking for a place to grow your career and feel supported and empowered, apply today! We are actively interviewing for this position! 


Company Description

PeopleShare is the leading Staffing Agency in the region and has temporary to hire and permanent jobs in Pennsylvania (PA) - King of Prussia, Center City Philadelphia, West Chester, Norristown, Conshohocken, Horsham, Lansdale, Montgomeryville, Hatboro, Wayne, Malvern, Media, Plymouth Meeting, Exton, Collegeville, Oaks, Phoenixville, Royersford, Pottstown, Media, Chester, and the Main Line. We have openings for receptionist, data entry, customer service, collections, call center, administrative assistant, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, file clerk, warehouse, assembly, production, forklift, machine operators, maintenance mechanics and office managers.


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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SPECIALIST - EXCELLENT BENEFITS, MATCHING 401k AND BONUS!! This position is located in central Denver.


EXCELLENT EXCEL SKILLS A MUST!


We are looking for someone who has experience with high volume posting would be ideal as this is what they would be doing on a daily basis, some days may be lighter than others. Between all of our branches posting includes checks that come thru:



  1. Lockbox

  2. Checks deposited via desktop deposit (check that come via snail mail to each branch)

  3. Credit Cards

  4. ACH payments


The candidate should be a fast thinker and be very proficient with Excel and have great communication skills.


This position is very detail oriented and takes a person who is well organized and can work off the treasury report while at the same time balancing to control totals on an excel spreadsheet. By the end of the day, expectation is that all checks have been posted to the proper account and all backup related to each deposit have been scanned into the archive system.


Familiarity with sales tax is important; even basic knowledge on how to compute taxes with a percentage and understanding of a tax base. Of course there is very in depth training of our processes and procedures but this basically outlines the major duties of this position.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS


Essential


ATTENDANCE


Essential


REASONING ABILITY


Essential


WORK ENVIRONMENT Casual environment. Able to be an independent thinker, Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


 


Benefits:



  • matching 401k

  • semi-annual discretionary bonus

  • free parking

  • casual work environment

  • benefits start after 30 days of employment


Company Description

Dana Kepner Company, Inc. and Western Industrial Supply, LLC. have served the water and wastewater industry as an independent distributor for over 8 decades. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, we serve 5 western states through our 13 branches. Our independent ownership allows us to provide agile solutions to our customers problems, and streamlined relationships with our vendors.


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Job Description

Our client in San Bernardino is seeking a Benefits Specialist. Please email resume to IEprofessional@staffmark.com and apply on our website www.staffmark.com search for Job ID 102167

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
1. Manage and administers employee benefits programs such as retirement plans, medical, dental, vision, and supplemental insurance coverage and health savings account; and Retired Priest Programs.
2. Installs approved new plans and changes. Prepare announcement material, booklets, and other media for communicating new plans/changes to eligible employees.
3. Participates in new hire orientation meetings, presenting benefit information.
4. Revises and reissues all communications benefits material as necessary.
5. Advises and counsels management and employees on existing benefits.
6. Assures compliance with provisions of Affordable Care Act, HIPPA Compliance
7. Responsible for auditing payroll deductions for health insurance premiums; insurance bills and payment for accuracy; reconciles semi-monthly and monthly billings for all benefit plans; prepare checks requests for payment of all plans.
8. Responsible for inputting employee payroll deductions accurately input into the payroll system.
9. Administer Leaves of Absence program, including ensuring State and Federal compliance of all mandated leaves, and leave covered under Diocesan policy, including designation of a leave in accordance to governmental regulations.
10. Compose letters of notification to employees as appropriate.
11. Track and collect benefits premiums.
12. Send follow-up notifications as appropriate.
13. Attend benefits meeting, including annual Trustors’ meeting.
14. Member of Lay Employee Pension Board.
15. In collaboration with Office Director, reviews and analyzes changes to State and federal laws pertaining to employee health benefits programs.
16. Address benefits inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable, courteous resolution.
17. Organize and host employee’s annual health and wellness fair.
18. Supervise and oversees benefits enrollment processes, including maintenance of enrollments, and record keeping of all benefit related documents.
19. Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:
1. Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a benefits administration position.
2. Bi-lingual/bi-literate English and Spanish required.
3. Must have ability to understand and be able to administer complex benefits programs.
4. Must be knowledgeable and have strong understanding of Benefits terminology and HIPPA requirements.
5. High School Diploma plus some college desired. Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent of education and work experience.
6. Must have knowledge, understanding and experience in basic accounting.
7. Must have ability to research and stay up-to-date with benefits laws and regulations as they change.
8. Must have problem resolution skills and ability to respond to health insurance related questions.
9. Must have excellent presentation skills and public speaking experience; effective phone skills including ability to answer questions over the phone, and in person and effective written, verbal, interactive communication and people skills.
10. Must have ability to work in a pro-active environment.
11. Must have excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Publishers, ADP, internet, and ability to operate various office machines including: copier, fax machine, etc.
12. Must have effective ability to file alpha/numerically.
13. Must possess excellent judgment, communication skills (verbal and written), organizational skills, extensive attention to detail, and the ability to manage stressful situations.
14. Must have ability to comprehend and explain simple, semi-complex processes or procedures in a clear, concise manner.
15. Effective ability to offer creative approaches to problem solving utilizing “out of the box” ideas and solutions.
16. Comply with all applicable Organization, Department and Office policies and procedures.
17. Comply with all applicable security and safety policies and procedures.
18. Must have ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
19. Must have current California drivers’ license.
20. Must have ability to travel locally as required; overnight travel may be required.

About Staffmark


Staffmark makes all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, medical condition, age, marital status, national origin, citizen status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, physical or mental disability, veteran status, denial of medical or family leave, pregnancy or pregnancy disability leave or any other protected group status as defined by federal, state or local law. We will provide reasonable accommodations throughout the application or interviewing process. If you require a reasonable accommodation, contact us. Staffmark is an E-verify employer.



Company Description

Let’s find your next job – together. Whether you’re looking for temporary work or a direct-hire job, Staffmark will connect you to an opportunity that closely matches your interests and skills. Staffmark is a proud member of Staffmark Group, an award-winning family of staffing brands with a national network of 450+ offices. We connect over 250,000 people to jobs each year, and we’re ready to put this expertise to work for you! Learn more at www.staffmark.com.


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Summary:


Torrance based insurance brokerage is adding a Benefits Account Manager to their team. This is a boutique brokerage that focuses on the middle market and large accounts. Client facing experience is a plus as you will go out and meet with key clients for presentations and renewal meetings. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced benefits professional with group account management experience.


Location: The job is in Torrance, California


Compensation & Perks:



  • Base Salary: $80,0000-$85,000

  • Full benefits package


Responsibilities



  • Assist client with all aspects of their benefit plans

  • Attend and conduct open enrollment meetings

  • Positive attitude, organized, excellent communication skills are important

  • Work with producer and account executive to best serve clients


Qualifications



  • Life and Health License required

  • Brokerage account management experience

  • Experience with BenefitPoint and Zywave software is a plus


Contact Insurance Search Specialists for details about this position and other insurance brokerages opportunities: www.mcdermottwolfe.com


Category: Insurance, Employee Benefits, 1782


Company Description

About Us
Insurance Search Specialists
We are an insurance recruiting firm dedicated to making sure talented insurance professionals find the right jobs with national, regional, and area insurance brokerages.

We help candidates:
• Interview for exciting insurance brokerage positions
• Meet directly with the hiring authority
• Coordinate and prepare for meetings
• Negotiate higher compensation and perks
• Achieve your career goals

With twenty-five years of industry experience, our ambition is to connect insurance professionals to the right brokerage. We strive to present smart career opportunities for our candidates and introduce only the best talent to our clients.

Commercial Lines Insurance – Personal Lines / Private Client – Employee Benefits


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Job Description


 


Position: Patient Benefits Specialist
Location: White Plains, NY
Duration: Perm Placement | Direct Hire


Shift: Monday - Friday from 9 am – 5 pm, 35 hour work week


Job Information


  • Registering and checking-in patients, verifying insurance coverage with various health insurance companies, working with patients and doctors to go over financial information such as surgical fees, their out of pocket obligations, setting up payment plans, go over our financial policies with patients/families, address financial concerns/questions that patients/families have, follow up with patients to collect balances on accounts, any other task as needed in the RCM department.  

Requirements



  • Minimum 1 – 3 years of experience: required

  • Must be a team player, self-motivated and a quick learner: required


For immediate consideration please create a profile and submit your resume through our applicant tracking system. Applications with attached resumes will be given first consideration. Visit us online at allmedical.com/allied-health to learn more about our company and to view additional openings in your area.


About Us: All Medical Personnel is a national leader in healthcare staffing and recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the nation's largest healthcare staffing firms. Our team of seasoned recruiters are experienced in their ability to recruit, screen and place medical professionals for all types of healthcare settings.


Company Description

All Medical Personnel is an industry leader in permanent healthcare staffing. Our seasoned team of recruiters place physicians, nurses, executives and administrative professionals in jobs throughout the United States. We staff many thousands of people every year from every corner of the nation.

Our clients include Fortune 1000 companies, local physician clinics, corporate health and wellness departments, hospitals, laboratories and more. All Medical Personnel’s workforce solutions, experience, and client services are unparalleled.

Our success stems from understanding our partners’ strategic, financial, and operational goals, as well as providing exceptional talent and extraordinary service every day.

All Medical Personnel brings a unique understanding of the full continuum of care and the leadership traits necessary to meet the challenges of a changing healthcare market.


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