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Benefits Administrator

At Peaksware, we pride ourselves on being a great place to work. Because benefits are key components of employee well-being, this position plays a key part in creating a workplace where employees are happy, informed and engaged.

What will you do in this role? 

Manage and administer benefit programs and systems for Peaksware and its subsidiary companies. Responsibilities include welcoming and educating new hires on benefits offerings, maintaining HRIS systems & data, and compliance tracking and reporting. You will work with employees, benefits carriers, insurance brokers, compliance agencies and vendors to help provide excellent benefits services to Peaksware employees.

Specifically: 

  • Coordinate wellness activities to include annual health risk assessment process and onsite flu-shot clinic
  • Reconcile monthly insurance vendor invoices and submit to A/P for timely payment; resolve any discrepancies with carriers
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for the Peaksware 401k Plan for employees, third-party administrator and provider for day to day plan administration
  • Resolve employee benefit related issues

Health and Welfare Benefits

Liaison with benefit brokers and carriers to participate in annual planning of all employee benefit offerings:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Plans
  • Ancillary Plans including Life, AD&D and Disability Plans
  • Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts
  • Open-Enrollment planning and coordination

Administer above benefit offerings as well as:

  • COBRA
  • Leaves of Absence (FMLA/STD/LTD)
  • Paid Time Off (PTO/Sick/Bereavement/Jury Duty)
  • Workers Compensation

HRIS Administration

  • Update and maintain HRIS to ensure accurate input of personnel changes (hires, terminations, promotions, transfers, etc.) within payroll deadlines
  • Create reports and provide data for workforce analytics

Training

  • Educate employees on using Peaksware’s benefits and payroll systems.

What does it take to be successful in this role:

  • A minimum of three years of benefits and HRIS experience
  • Familiarity with pertinent laws, regulations and filing and compliance requirements affecting employee benefits programs, leaves of absence, workers compensation, FMLA, and EEO
  • Advanced computer skills to include data entry, Word, Excel and Powerpoint and Google
  • Excellent professional verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong initiative and ability to anticipate issues proactively
  • Ability to succeed in an evolving and changing environment
  • Proven track record of reliability and responsibility
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational / administrative skills
  • Discreet and able to handle confidential and proprietary information appropriately
  • Ability to interact with individuals from diverse levels and backgrounds within the company and to provide excellent customer service

Ideally, you will have:

  • Knowledge of / experience using Paycom
  • Demonstrated experience managing benefits in a company of 300+ employees
  • Knowledge of self-funded benefit plans and HSA’s
  • Sense of humor and fun personality

Benefits and Perks

  • 100% company paid medical plan for employees with buy-up options as well as dental and vision insurance for employees (dependent coverage available)
  • $1,200/year fitness reimbursement to purchase any items related to healthy living
  • 3 weeks of PTO for all new hires...increases in PTO at various years of service
  • 4 week paid sabbatical for all employees after 7 years of employment
  • Stocked kitchen with snacks and drinks
  • Music Studio for all to practice, jam, and record
  • Dog friendly office
  • On-site workout area access: treadmill, bike trainers, rowers, and full weight lifting gym with CrossFit equipment, with changing rooms and showers and towel service
  • Corporate discounts on gym memberships and top-brand gear
  • Lynda.com subscription
  • Flexible work schedule in a culture of trust 
  • Beautiful North East Boulder, CO location
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