Pensions Administrator Jobs in District of Columbia
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The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Washington, DC, 20319
TITLE: HR and Recruiting Coordinator/Associate LOCATION: Washington, D.C. REPORTS TO: Human Resources Manager Job Responsibilities Works closely with HR Manager to provide support for recruitment, performance management and learning & development functions, inclusive of: Facilitate global performance management processes and online system, inclusive of employee and HR Partner training session...
A Human Resources Assistant job is available in Washington DC through TRAK Services. A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization known nationwide for education advocacy, is looking for an organized, self-motivated administrator who is enthusiastic about the HR field and passionate about student achievement. If you have exceptional customer service skills, this opportunity might be the perfect opportunit...
Follett Corporation Washington, DC, 20052
Under the direction of the Store Manager and Human Resources Training Manager, engages in a structured training program designed to teach all aspects of store management. The store manager trainee program combines classroom, special assignments/projects and in-store training and is structured for a specific period of time. This job is an entry-level position in the store management hierarchy. Res...
Mary's Center Washington, DC, 20319
To coordinate human resources within Mary's Center including employee relations, ADP administrator, coordination of promotions and terminations, maintenance of personnel records, communication and implementation of policies and procedures for all employees, compliance with all government regulations and other legal requirements, and other activities necessary for improving the effectiveness and ef...
The Turner Corporation Washington, DC, 20319
The Human Resources Director leads Human Resources objectives and practices within multiple business units in areas including but not limited to talent management, talent development and talent leadership. The Human Resources Director develops and implements people-related services, policies and programs and HR processes and metrics to ensure compliance and measure achievement of the organization'...
Service Employees International Union Washington, DC, 20319
Overview: SEIU Airports Campaign Director, Property Services Division Grade: E Flexible Location: This position can be based in Washington, DC; Chicago, IL; Los Angeles,CA; San Francisco Bay Area, CA or New York, NY. Other locations will be considered. Purpose: To provide strategic direction to one of the most exciting, cutting edge organizing campaigns in North America. The campaign behind S...
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO Washington, DC, 20319
This is to notify you that a vacancy exists for the position of Council 65 Organizer/Field Staff Representative. The position will involve serving as a field representative for a number of local unions. The basic job duties are as outlined in the attached job description. The geographic assignment area is South Dakota. Applicants must be willing to live within the geographic assignment area. Pref...
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$31,200.00 - $74,160.00
Typical Salary for Pension Administrator in District of Columbia
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Administers pension benefits by administering plans; providing explanations and information; completing calculations; preparing and filing required reports.
Rate of Growth
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Maintaining Employee Files
Office Experience - General
Develops new pensions programs and forms by identifying and analyzing population history; preparing new specifications; revising forms.
Helps employees understand pension programs by establishing communications channels, including announcements, booklets, pamphlets, meetings, seminars, and hot lines; answering questions; providing information; researching problems; interpreting plan provisions, laws, regulations, organization policies and procedures.