Employee Benefits Sr. Consultant (20121997)
Employee Benefits Senior Consultant
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Plante Moran is one of the largest public accounting and management consulting firms in the nation, and is honored to be consistently recognized as one of the nation's "100 Best Companies To Work For" by FORTUNE magazine. We think what makes a great Firm is its people and we strive to provide unsurpassed opportunity and an unequaled culture to talented, self-motivated individuals who have a passion to serve and a hunger to thrive. We have a 'relatively jerk-free' policy here at Plante Moran which makes us different. It makes us better. It helps us thrive.
Our rapid growth and increasing demands for our services has created a need for a highly motivated individual to join our Employee Benefits Consulting team in our Auburn Hills office.
Position Highlights: Primarily responsible for developing innovative and strategic ideas to identify and solve client employee benefits needs and issues. Applies skills with plan design of qualified and nonqualified plans, welfare plans and trusts, general nondiscrimination testing, fiduciary responsibility, and compliance programs. Effectively express ideas and information in the client's business context. Conceptualize, design and deliver effective client presentations, and explain complex concepts in a clear, concise manner. Ability to develop rapport with client personnel at all levels; consistently earning client respect and goodwill, and converts relationships into sustained practice growth. Also responsible for mentoring EBC consultants.
Position Requirements: 2 – 6 years of experience within the middle market; Bachelor's degree; experience with data collection and analysis; plan design and administration for defined benefit/defined contribution plans, knowledge of employee benefit laws, ERISA laws and regulations, Internal Revenue Code and regulations, compliance and resolution programs.
Travel & Hours: Qualified individuals must either reside in or near the Metro Detroit area or be willing to relocate to the area for this opportunity; Limited travel throughout our geographic footprint. Position will require hours that exceed a standard 40 hour workweek.
Lastly: Plante Moran is committed to a workplace that provides equal employment opportunity. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Plante Moran will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Plante Moran does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Anyone interested in opportunities with the firm must submit their resume for consideration using our applicant tracking system, and only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. Unsolicited resumes from search firms or employment agencies, or similar, will not be paid a fee and become the property of Plante Moran.
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