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Sr. Admin Clerk- Benefits
Oakland, California | Contract
- Benefits Administration:
- Provides administrative support to benefit related functions including Cobra, direct pay billing, and verification of enrollment
- Explains benefit programs and provides written materials, consults with employees, verifies benefit enrollment, and provides administrative support to Worker’ s Compensation and Modified Work programs.
- Investigate industrial injury claims, and makes recommendations.
- Audits all Benefits enrollment in PeopleSoft.
- Audits adjustment sheets to Payroll and Retirement
- Tracks benefit premium payments not taken and notify employee/retiree
- Conducts internal i-9 audits
- And perform related duties as assigned
- Minimum Qualifications
- Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’ s Degree in Human Resources, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Development, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field, from an accredited college or university.
- Experience: A minimum of three (3) years in a Human Resources department at the professional level, performing functions in recruitment and selection; classification and compensation; HR Information Systems; employee relations, benefits administration, or AA/EEO.
- Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge and Skills: Principles and practices of Human Resources, including some or all of the following: employment, recruitment, testing, classification, employee relations, labor relations, and/or affirmative action/equal employment opportunity; statistics and techniques of data analysis; modern office practices including principles and practices of record keeping and confidentiality; computer software for word processing, spreadsheets, statistics, and presentation; English usage and business letter writing; and report and presentation writing.
- Ability To: Compile, review, analyze, and interpret application materials, employee records, employment tests, and other selection methods and models, and related documentation; communicate effectively both orally and in writing in a business environment; analyze, and interpret statistics, surveys, and other data; independently compose reports, correspondence, and other documents; maintain confidentiality; work with a variety of diverse groups in a tactful and effective manner; effectively handle multiple assignments under deadline pressure; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
- Physical Requirements
- Must maintain the physical condition necessary to: (1) perform tasks in an office setting operating a personal computer, keyboards, and other peripheral equipment and (2) possess physical mobility in order to and within the various District facilities.