Strategic Incentives Group - Benefits, AVP
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Blackstone is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented AVP to join our Strategic Incentives Group. As an AVP, you will play a critical role in managing and administering employee benefits programs, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, and providing exceptional service to our employees. This is an excellent opportunity for a skilled professional with a strong background in benefits administration and a passion for delivering high-quality employee benefits programs.
Administer and manage employee benefits programs, including health insurance, retirement plans, leaves, wellness programs, and other employee benefits offerings.
Ensure accurate and timely processing of benefits enrollments, changes, and terminations, collaborating with internal stakeholders and external vendors as necessary.
Reconciliation of accounts and understanding of accounting /IRS rules.
Serve as the primary point of contact for employee inquiries related to benefits programs, providing prompt and accurate responses, communication, and resolution in a timely manner.
Review files and correct errors to make sure our plans operate accurately and efficiently.
Conduct regular audits and reviews of benefits data to ensure data integrity and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Collaborate with external vendors to develop and implement effective business process to create efficiency in administering our benefits programs.
Stay current with industry trends, regulatory changes, and best practices in benefits administration, making recommendations for process improvements and enhancements to the benefits programs.
Assist with the preparation of benefits-related reports, presentations, and communications for management and other stakeholders.
Participate in benefits-related projects, such as system implementations, process improvements, and vendor evaluations, providing subject matter expertise and support as needed.
Maintain confidentiality of employee information and ensure compliance with privacy regulations.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field.
5+ years of experience in benefits administration, preferably in a large corporate environment or financial services industry.
Strong knowledge of employee benefits programs, including health insurance, retirement plans, wellness programs, and regulatory requirements (e.g., ERISA, ACA).
Experience working with benefits vendors, such as insurance carriers, disability vendors, 401k plan administrators, and wellness program providers.
Excellent attention to detail and accuracy in benefits data management and administration.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to analyze benefits data, identify trends, and recommend solutions.
Exceptional customer service skills with the ability to effectively communicate complex benefits information to employees at all levels.
Proficient in HRIS systems, Ceridian, and Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
The duties and responsibilities described here are not exhaustive and additional assignments, duties, or responsibilities may be required of this position. Assignments, duties, and responsibilities may be changed at any time, with or without notice, by Blackstone in its sole discretion.
Expected annual base salary range:$110,000 - $160,000
Actual base salary within that range will be determined by several components including but not limited to the individual's experience, skills, qualifications and job location. For roles located outside of the US, please disregard the posted salary bands as these roles will follow a separate compensation process based on local market comparables.
Additional compensation: Base salary does not include other forms of compensation or benefits offered in connection with the advertised role.
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Depending on the position, you may be required to obtain certain securities licenses if you are in a client facing role and/or if you are engaged in the following:
Attending client meetings where you are discussing Blackstone products and/or and client questions;
Marketing Blackstone funds to new or existing clients;
Supervising or training securities licensed employees;
Structuring or creating Blackstone funds/products; and
Advising on marketing plans prepared by a sales team or developing and/or contributing information for marketing materials.
Note: The above list is not the exhaustive list of activities requiring securities licenses and there may be roles that require review on a case-by-case basis. Please speak with your Blackstone Recruiting contact with any questions.
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