HR Coordinator

Company Name:
Reser's Fine Foods
Reser's Fine Foods is one of the nation's premiere manufacturers of high-quality refrigerated foods including deli salads, side dishes, chip dips, tortillas and Mexican snacks for families across the United States and Canada. Reser's manufactures thousands of products! Some of our brands include Reser's, Mrs. Kinsers, Don Pancho, Baja Caf , and Stonemill Kitchens. You will see our mouth-watering products in supermarkets, restaurants and local outlets across the nation!
Assists in the administration and communication of employee benefits.
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1. Assists in the administration and communication of employee benefits.
2. Processes employee benefit actions.
3. Audits and reconciles benefit deduction reports.
4. Maintains benefit tracking worksheets.
5. Researches and resolves employee benefit claims.
6. Provides employees with information regarding benefit programs
7. Assists with annual open enrollment.
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1. Minimum of 2 years employee benefit experience.
2. College degree preferred.
3. Has a working knowledge of FMLA, HIPPA, COBRA, and ERISA.
4. Excellent PC skills with HRIS experience.
5. Excellent written/verbal/interpersonal communication skills.
6. Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package designed to help employees live a healthier life, build rewarding careers and save for the future. Reser's offers choices whenever possible, because we recognize the diverse and ever changing needs of our employees. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, AD&D;, life, 401(k) with match, wellness programs, paid holidays and vacation time to name few!
Date: 2014-07-24
Country: US
State: OR
City: Beaverton
Postal Code: 97006

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