Job Opportunity

Benefits Manager
Sonoma County

Date Posted:

June 25, 2013

Salary:

Up to $101,058.35 annually DOQ

Description:

The Benefits Manager leads a team of professional and paraprofessional staff, consultants, program vendors, and support resources. The successful candidate will be someone who has proven experience in managing a complex and integrated program, achieving workflow efficiencies, and exercising the leadership necessary to foster a positive work environment that encourages collaboration and ongoing learning. The Manager works in partnership with the Employee/Labor Relations unit and employee bargaining units to identify ways to meet the benefit needs of the County, employees, and retirees.

Qualifications:

Completion academic coursework in public administration, business administration, accounting, law, economics, safety, industrial engineering, risk management, and/or other related courses. A bachelor’s degree related to one of these fields is highly desirable. Also, four years of professional level experience working with occupational safety and health programs, workers’ compensation, casualty or employee benefit insurance, or loss control programs, preferably with a public agency and/or in a risk management program. This should include substantial experience directly related to area of assignment.

How To Apply:

Visit www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org to view the complete position details and to apply online, or call Human Resources at (707) 565-2331.  EOE

Final Deadline:

July 15, 2013

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