Benefits Administrators provide HR administrative support through the management of benefit plans and group RSPs, such as generating reports and updating employee files. Their role can vary depending on the industry they’re working in and the size of the company, but some of their responsibilities can include:
A bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration or business management is generally required, as well as previous Benefits Administration experience. They must also have strong computer skills and knowledge of software such as MS Office.
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