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The Benefits Business Partner provides administrative, technical, and consultative support of a responsible and confidential nature for the retirement, health & welfare, voluntary and other benefit plans which contribute to accomplishing Ryder's goals and objectives. Needs to have Workday experience in Benefits/Payroll and Reporting in order to perform the Benefits Administrator and Benefits Partner role. Will work closely with HRIS and Payroll departments to support the Benefits Department. Must have in-depth reporting and analysis experience as this role requires a large volume of work related to monitoring multiple inbound and outbound files, data verification and audit requirements.
This individual is responsible for answering employee benefit/retirement questions and other daily activities pertaining to the retirement and benefits plan, and works with Accounting, vendors, and others to resolve discrepancies, concerns, and difficulties with the administration of the plan. S/he assists with the annual benefit enrollments, orientation, and employee benefit communications and serves as a coach, resource and mentor to junior benefit personnel.
Oversees and performs administrative and record-keeping tasks related to benefits and qualified retirement plans. Ensures accurate enrollment of participants, smooth processing of claims, flawless and correct weekly file feeds, timely compliance (nondiscrimination) testing, and accurate administrative and record-keeping services from vendors and Ryder's benefits department. Contributes to the compliance with IRS and DOL regulations.
Audits benefits and retirement plans on a regular basis by researching service data, eligibility, and other data pertaining to different plan provisions, applies statistical techniques, reports to management, and finds solutions to correct problems.
Provides and coordinates employee communication regarding benefit and retirement programs. Answers complex employee questions and helps to resolve them. Instructs and trains internal and external staff on all administrative procedures. Conducts annual benefit enrollment meetings, and informational seminars throughout the year. Serves as a coach and mentor to junior and related personnel.
Ensures effective and efficient implementation of new programs, vendors, systems, and/or operating procedures. Works closely with benefits management team and consultants on determining plan design and benefit cost management.
Provides support to project teams by leading, participating in projects, identifying issues and escalating as appropriate, recommending solutions, maintaining project schedules, schedule meetings, provide status updates, and/or other aspects of project work.
Determines department objectives and establishes administrative procedures.
Skills and Abilities
Ability to listen, write, and speak effectively Inform, explain, and give instructions
Ability to sense, show insight and foresight
Ability to know when something is wrong or likely to go wrong
Ability to analyze and solve problems
Ability to apply general rules to specific problems
Ability to group, categorize, and systematize data, people, or things
Ability to combine pieces of information to form conclusions
Ability to read and/or listen and understand information and ideas communicated
Skill to give full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made
Demonstrates analytical skills
Skill to use logic, analysis and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches to problems
Ability to conceptualize how systems need to be configured and used to solve daily business problems
The skill to determine how a system should work and how changes in conditions and operations will affect outcomes
Ability to sense, show insight and foresight
Ability to understand the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision making
Skill to consider the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one
Assumes personal responsibility for actions
Able to monitor/assess performance of self and others to make improvements or take corrective actions
Ability to guide, engage, and impart knowledge to others
Seeks to acquire knowledge in area of specialty
Aptitude to learn new plans, systems/procedures
Capable of multi-tasking, highly organized, with excellent time management skills
Ability to create and maintain professional relationships within all levels of the organization (peers, work groups, customers, supervisors)
Detail oriented with excellent follow-up practices
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
Bachelor's degree required in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Human Resources or related field. In lieu of a Bachelor's Degree
Five (5) years or more Retirement and Benefits Administration experience required
Workday Experience Preferred
DOT Regulated: No
Job Category: Compensation and Benefits
Ryder is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.