Associate, Benefits Administrator - Contractor

Benefitfocus Tulsa , OK 74120

Posted 5 months ago

Before 2000, choosing benefits meant sifting through piles of paper, not having the resources to understand or compare plans and then hoping you picked the right one. That's why when we launched Benefitfocus, we had one goal: to give people the knowledge, options and freedom to protect what they love most. This idea is what has propelled Benefitfocus to become the most trusted benefits management platform in the world.

It's not just technology. It's peace of mind.

Associate Benefits Administrator Contractor

Join our growing Benefitfocus Team! Benefitfocus is seeking professional and motivated individuals to support our customers during our Open Enrollment season. As an Associate Benefits Administrator, you will provide customer support via phone and email, guiding and help navigate our customers through their benefits enrollment. In this temporary position, you will:

  • Join an awesome, one-of-a kind team. We will place you on a "Surge Team" to connect with a group of your peers and a Benefitfocus mentor

  • Receive structured 4-6 week training through Benefitfocus University

  • Gain experience using Salesforce, JIRA (our issue management system), Microsoft Office Suite, and other software programs

What you will do:

  • Serve as the first point of contact for customers over the phone. This could include communicating benefit plan details, helping customers navigate our software, and helping to resolve any enrollment-related issues

  • Accurately document each customer interaction in Salesforce

  • Provide an accurate timeframe for issue resolution if not able to resolve initially

  • Embody our Core Values: Respect, Own It, Together, Community, Celebrate and Anticipate

Who you are:

  • A B.A. or B.S. graduate with a passion for helping others

  • An excellent communicator (especially over the phone!) who is able to work well with others to resolve issues

  • Able to quickly learn new technology (with training, of course)

  • Able to juggle a high volume of calls and multiple projects at a time

  • A team player who contributes by accomplishing results as needed

  • Motivated to grow your career at one of the most innovative, visionary software companies

Bonus points if you have any prior experience working with benefits plans, hospital systems, or Benefitfocus software!


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Associate, Benefits Administrator - Contractor

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