Benefits Administrator Jobs in Illinois

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AHA - Chicago, IL
We are currently seeking a Benefits Administrator for Human Resources in Chicago....
13 days ago
Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service - Elmhurst, IL
Benefits Administrator Elmhurst, IL, USA Req #778 Wednesday, January 6, 2021 Job Summary: The Benefits Administrator position is responsible for administration in the day-to-day operations of group...
17 days ago
Bel Fuse - Lombard, IL
Design and distribute materials for benefits orientations, open enrollment and summary plan descriptions....
22 days ago
Curion - Deerfield, IL
The Payroll & Benefits Administrator reports directly to the Director of People....
25 days ago
The Habitat Company - Chicago, IL
The primary responsibility of the Payroll & Benefits Administrator is to enhance communication and understanding of our payroll & benefit offerings to all team members....
30+ days ago
BDO - Chicago, IL
of absence (LOA) policies in alignment with the firm's Total Rewards Strategy, while providing excellent client service....
30+ days ago
Acero Schools - Chicago, IL
Incollaboration with the broker, leads design and distributes materials for benefitsorientations, open enrollment and summary plan descriptions. Createsinformational session materials (e.g....
45+ days ago
Heartland Alliance - Chicago, IL
Benefits Administrator Summary: The Sr....
60+ days ago

Demographic Data for Illinois

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Benefits Administrator Online Courses and Training Opportunities

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This short course will develop your understanding of the cost structure and benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printers, as well as the competitive business advantages additive...

e-Learning course on Appraising the wider Economic Benefits of Transport Corridor Investments
The course reviews case studies of past and recent corridor initiatives, provides rigorous analysis of the literature on the spatial impact of corridors, and offers assessments of corridor...

Benefits of Forgiveness
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Salary for Benefits Administrator Jobs in Illinois

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


Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Benefits Administrator positions.

Highest Education Level

Benefits Administrators in Illinois offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (47.5%)
  • 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 Illinois
  • 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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