Businesses that have many employees with company-sponsored benefits frequently employ a benefits coordinator. Much of the coordinator's work centers around helping to administer the organization’s health plan, including providing information and processing related documentation. Additionally, the coordinator may be tasked with overseeing employees' earned vacation time and providing data to middle managers for staffing and scheduling needs. Additionally, the benefits coordinator may be the company’s liaison between employees and the administrator of pension and retirement plans.
Benefits Coordinator Tasks
Maintain records and procedures for the administration process.
Ensure accuracy of employee benefits data, including service from third party vendors.
Develop and prepare communications to employees about benefit programs, procedures, claims and any other government mandated disclosures.
Administer employee benefits programs.