Portfolio has a proven track record when it comes to matching highly-skilled compensation, benefit and reward specialists with vacant positions that match their skill sets.
Here we outline what the role of benefit administrator involves, and run through the required skills and qualifications that we look for during the recruitment process and finding people to put forward for the interview stage.
Admin staff work as part of HR departments to ensure the benefits packages offered to colleagues are sufficient and meet their needs.
It is an important role for boosting the morale of employees and ensuring the organisation remains competitive when it comes to attracting and retaining talented professionals.
Tasks generally include:
- Supporting HR management to review, maintain and implement benefit programmes
- Ensuring schemes are in line with government legislation
- Planning and coordinating future schemes
To be a success, candidates must be fully capable of maintaining accurate records using the appropriate computer systems.
Finally, as a representative of the HR department, benefits administrators are responsible for the team’s reputation and how successful it is with regards to integrating and supporting fellow employees.
Required skills and qualifications
• Excellent administration skills • Experience using Microsoft Office suite • Previous experience using appropriate HR systems
Stronger candidates will have academic qualifications – perhaps an honours degree in HR or something similar – and will have two or more years’ experience in a related human resources position.
Get in contact with the Portfolio recruitment team by calling us on 020 7650 3190 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you.
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