This is Energizer
Energizer Holdings is leading the charge to connect our brands, our people and the products we offer to the world more than anyone else. Together, we're creating a game plan for the future one that defines where and how we'll play, and what it takes to win.
Our colleagues hail from all backgrounds, nationalities and walks of life, but our shared values and passion for winning make us one team. Whatever your specialty, you'll find that excelling at Energizer Holdings provides opportunities to grow in ways you never expected.
This professional position supports the global rewards team in analysis and execution of
programs and policies related to retirement.
Change and Innovation
Developing the Organization
Requires in-depth conceptual and practical knowledge in retirement programs and basic knowledge of benefits programs
Solves complex problems
Works independently, receives minimal guidance
Lead projects or project steps within a broader project or have accountability for on-going activities or objectives
Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience
Requires in-depth conceptual and practical knowledge in retirement programs for the US and Canada (401K, non-qualified plans and basic knowledge of defined benefits plans (preferred), and benefits programs
Business Expertise: Has knowledge of best practices and how the retirement area integrates with others (rewards, benefits); is aware of the competition and the factors that differentiate them in the market
Leadership: Leads team and vendors to execute global retirement and benefits strategy
Problem Solving: Directs the resolution of highly complex or unusual business problems applying advance analytical thought and judgement
Impact: Impacts results of Global responsibilities by providing support to impact the company
Guided by Rewards and HR strategy
Negotiates with and influences others internally and externally; including senior executives within the company and vendors/or regulators
Responsible for project management of benefits and retirement year end processes
Act as daily contact with vendors: Build and maintain relationship with 3rd party providers
that facilitate high service levels to client base, streamline administrative processes and
concerns, and ensure internal and external compliance standards are met.
Monitor programs to ensure they comply with plan documentation, local regulations and also
monitor the market for changes and trends in similar offerings
Collaborate with vendors and as necessary other stakeholders on colleague communications.
Responsible for plan communications.
Respond to elevated colleague issues and concerns, as necessary.
Reconcile payroll deduction files against vendor files for all defined contribution (DC) plan
deductions for each payroll cycle for the US and Canada
Assist with analysis of DC and Defined Benefit (DB) plan data
Identify and resolve any discrepancies in files; instruct providers with correction needed;
authorize wire transfer for DC contributions to be deposited to participant accounts
Provide data for year-end testing as required for plans and take action on results
Provide data for year-end DC true up analysis if applicable; examine file to ensure compliance
with the true up provisions within the plan; authorize wire transfer for funds into participant accounts
Maintain plan descriptions, and support for proxy, and other compliance activities as necessary
Governance as it relates to the retirement programs.
Participation in local and global surveys
Benefits and retirement compliance (ERISA, ACA, HIPAA, etc,)
Execute strategy and work with vendor to ensure colleague experience and plan design execution
Partner with local HR to identify potential opportunities, understand market trend and challenges. Keep local HR informed on design of new benefits/retirement changes to meet talent needs while ensuring cost effective benefits structure.
Perform necessary global rewards analytics to help ROI on rewards $ and leverage on analytics to help the business make performance-driven decisions.
Required Skills and Experience
Strong Presentation skills verbal communication
Required Experience: 4-7 years of work specializing in Defined Contribution Plans within a
Strong project management planning and execution, analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to work across cultures
Flexibility on work schedule to work with international colleagues and vendors when required
Good time management skills and the ability to organize and prioritize own workload
Able to work to a high level of accuracy
Required Experience: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration,
Finance or related field
Ability to adapt to change and work in a fast-paced environment.
Vendor/customer management experience
Preferred Skills and Experience
Defined Benefits experience
Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation
Working Relationships & Environment
Working Relationships & Environment
Working relationships with HR Business Partners, Finance and Controller-ship and Legal
Travel requirements Minimum
Physical requirements Typical office
May require meetings outside 8-5 to coordinate with global partners
An Offer to Grow On
Energizer offers a competitive compensation package which includes medical and retirement savings coverage, paid holidays. Energizer is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
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