Benefits Administrator

Company Name:
Robert Half Finance & Accounting
Our client, is seeking a Human Resources Generalist / Benefits Administrator professional. The Benefits Administrator / Human Resources Generalist will be responsible for FMLA, Leave of Absence (LOA), STD, LTD, creation and maintenance of files, act as liaison to Human Resources department and employees. The Benefits Administrator / Human Resources Generalist will maintain a high standard of confidentiality. Benefits Administrator / Human Resources Generalist will handle open enrollment as well as time and attendance. Email your resume to carma. for immediate consideration. Keywords: Benefits, FMLA, STD, LTD, Leave of absence, LOA, Peoplesoft, HRIS
Robert Half Finance & Accounting is the world''s leader in specialized financial staffing. We provide exciting full-time opportunities in the areas of accounting, bookkeeping, finance, audit, taxation and more. We pioneered the professional staffing industry, and we''ve been successfully matching professionals with employers since 1948. Our proven proprietary processes, along with our relationships in more than 345 locations worldwide, allow us to provide you uparalleled access to exciting career opportunities. But don''t take our word for it. Our company once again was listed on FORTUNE magazine''s list of "World''s Most Admired Companies" (March 18, 2013), and 9 out of 10 of our clients and candidates would recommend our service to a colleague. Apply for this job now or contact our nearest office at for additional information. Robert Half Finance & Accounting is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada.
Req ID: 01710-109218
Functional Role: Benefits Administrator
Country: USA
State: KY
Postal Code: 40511
Compensation: $39,000.00 to $45,000.00 per year
Requirements: Benefits Administration, understanding of FMLA, STD, LTD, ADP, HRIS, Peoplesoft

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