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Sr Benefits Analyst

Company Name:
Remedy Intelligent Staffing
Sr Benefits Analyst
Direct Hire Opportunity to join the Benefits Team with a Fortune 1000 company headquartered in Lexington, KY!! Salary is DOE: $66K very minimum, $75K mid range and even higher for the right candidate.
Will report to the Benefits Manager, this Sr Benefits Analyst's role is to build & shape the company's benefits strategy, specifically developing detailed benefits analyses and administration of DC & DB retirement plans at the corporate level.
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
Assist with management of vendors and administer U.S. 401(k) Plans for union & non-union associates as well as frozen Defined Benefits Retirement Plan
Lead projects such as data gathering, analysis and benefits integration for mergers and acquisitions
Work with internal and external auditors to provide data needed for audit completion
Maintain complex databases and tools to store, categorize, and manipulate large datasets
Develop meaningful reports to keep management informed of benefit trends and best practices
Requirements
Bachelor's degree from a top university - CBP certification is a plus
At least 3-5 years experience in the analysis, design, and or administration of benefit programs
Proven track record to handle and maintain highly confidential information
Demonstrated analytical skills to run analysis and manipulate large data sets
Strong project management skills to help drive forward the progression of the department
Extremely dependable with a proven track record of delivering on commitments
Computer savvy with expert proficiency in Microsoft Office Word and Excel (Vlookup, Access, pivot tables, merges, etc.)
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