If you want to be part of a growing insurance organization, check out this direct hire opportunity for an employee benefits manager in Salinas, California.
The company has offices in both Los Angeles and Sacramento and is looking to expand into the Central Coast market.
As the employee benefits specialist, you will support the company’s life and health department.
You also will support a producer who works with small to large employee groups. You will provide customer support and service to employee benefits customers and will market, maintain accounts and cross sell. You’ll also handle health groups’ open enrollments.
You must have a life and health license as well as at least five years of experience in benefits administration, including life, dental, medical, fully funded insurance plans, and self-funded insurance plans.
You also must have experience with assistance with claim problems and working with carriers and TPAs.
As for what the company would like the successful candidate to have:
- Knowledge of COBRA, Medicare Part D and HIPAA.
- Good familiarity with all aspects of benefits insurance, from the application process through policy analysis.
- Strong knowledge of health insurance forms, coverages and markets.
- Terrific verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to be and stay organized.
- You should have the ability to handle multitasking projects as well as the ability to start and grow rapport with co-workers, customers and companies.
We can’t tell you what the salary is for this direct hire opportunity is here, but Indeed.com reports that the average annual salary for employee benefits account managers in Salinas was $66,000 as of July 8, 2014.
Salinas is located in the Salinas Valley of California, in Monterey County (it’s actually the county seat) and is about 10 miles east of the Salinas River and is just about 16 miles east of the Pacific Ocean.
Salinas and the Salinas Valley are known as “The Salad Bowl of the World” because of the considerable amount of of lettuce, mushrooms, broccoli, strawberries and other crops that are produced here. The area’s climate is also good for growing wine grapes, so several vineyards are located near Salinas.
The town boasts several distinct neighborhoods and offers housing stock at various price points and types. The downtown area has older Victorian homes and buildings. Homes and businesses also reflect California’s Spanish and Mexican heritage. Residents can choose from apartments, townhomes, cottages, and even spacious ranch homes on several acres among the many oak trees that dot the countryside.
Zillow.com reports that the median home value in Salinas was $318,000 in early July, while the median rental price was $1,246 per month.
If this insurance position appeals to you and you have the necessary qualifications, send your resume to the recruiters at Insurance Relief™. We look forward to telling you more about this great opportunity and sending your information to our client.