Benefits Administrator Jobs in Georgia

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firstPRO 360 - Atlanta, GA
Our client is a major distributor that is looking for a Benefits Administrator for a contact assignment that will assist with open enrollment, managing inquiries, eligibility, and other basic benefit...
7 days ago
Shaw Industries - Dalton, GA
Verify eligibility and facilitate appropriate benefits enrollment through Workday (e.g., benefit change events, new hires, employment changes, Open Enrollment)....
13 days ago
Shaw Industries - Dalton, GA
Job Title Senior Benefits Administrator Position Overview Provide excellent, concierge-style customer service as a Benefits Agent....
13 days ago
Papa John's - Atlanta, GA
Responsibilities The Benefits Administrator is responsible for administering Papa Johns team member benefit programs and for maintaining database and files....
22 days ago
Piedmont HC - Atlanta, GA
Audit benefits enrollment, financial data and vendor reports to identify and correct discrepancies. Single Point of Contact for all Benefits related questions....
45+ days ago
Axelon Services Corporation - Sandy Springs, GA
Benefits Analyst Sandy Springs, GA 9 Month Contract Job Responsibilities Assist the Health & Welfare team with? responding to employee's requests? researching and escalating claims procedures?...
90+ days ago

Demographic Data for Georgia

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Salary for Benefits Administrator Jobs in Georgia

This is the average annual salary for Benefits Administrator jobs in Georgia as reported by the BLS.

$56,437

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Benefits Administrator positions.

Highest Education Level

Benefits Administrators in Georgia offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (47.4%)
  • Master's Degree (25.6%)
  • Associate's Degree (8.6%)
  • High School or GED (7.7%)
  • Vocational or Certification (6.7%)
  • Some College (2.2%)
  • Doctorate Degree (1.6%)
  • Some High School (0.2%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Benefits Administrators in Georgia
  • 4-6 years (37.5%)
  • 2-4 years (33.3%)
  • 6-8 years (20.8%)
  • 1-2 years (4.2%)
  • 10+ years (4.2%)

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