CNO Financial Group Senior Worksite Administrator-Remote in Central or Eastern Time Zone in Carmel, Indiana
CNO Financial Group’s Worksite team is hiring a Senior Worksite Administrator to perform day-to-day premium reconciliation and other financial and non-financial worksite transaction processing activities. The Senior Worksite Administrator is responsible for analyzing, reconciling, and applying premium payments from our large case employer groups in a timely and efficient manner. They serve as single point of contact for Worksite employer groups by providing white glove service for all incoming employer calls and emails. Role receives and or identifies all policy level maintenance changes that are received or required on the policies or certificates, and updates policy accordingly.
This is your opportunity to be a part of a growing team! The Worksite Administrator team has an appealing mix of experienced teammates and new faces. There’s a wealth of knowledge and fresh ideas both. You can grow as our organization grows.
As a Senior Worksite Administrator, your responsibilities will include:
Reconcile and apply premium on a high volume of large case employer bills in a timely and efficient manner.
Perform maintenance transactions related to bill reconciliation.
Reconcile group billing against payroll register.
Perform audits on payment history, policies, and other billing issues.
Review and analyze incoming mid to large case group payment documentation, calculate the proper pay modes, reconcile the employer funds received down to the policy/certificate level and apply funds within the billing system.
Communicate with Worksite employer groups and agents to obtain additional documentation and identify and resolve discrepancies to ensure that funds are applied correctly. Build working relationships with the specific employer groups that are being special handled.
Provide prompt and high-quality customer service to our employer groups and Worksite agents through incoming calls and emails.
Identify policy level changes and communications that are required and take the appropriate steps to correct the deductions or obtain the past due premiums.
Maintain incoming department work queues to ensure customer requests are processed timely.
Coach and mentor Worksite Administrator I and II associates
The Senior Worksite Administrator position is well-suited for you if you:
Possess excellent aptitude for figures and attention to detail.
Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills.
Work both independently and in a team-based environment.
Have experience working with billing for high dollar accounts.
Research, analyze, and prioritize complex issues.
Balance high volume priorities independently and with accuracy.
Demonstrate dependably & strong work ethic
Qualified candidates will have:
Typically requires a High School Diploma. Bachelor’s degree preferred in Business or Accounting.
Typically requires a minimum of 4+ years of experience in banking, insurance or accounts receivable/payable.
At this time, CNO is not mandating its associates to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. However, this is an evolving situation, in the future CNO may require its associates to be vaccinated as a condition of employment, subject to reasonable accommodations required by applicable law.
CNO Financial Group offices reopened in April 2022 and we will be pursuing a hybrid working model. Associates who live within a 60-mile radius of a corporate office (Birmingham, Carmel, Chicago, Philadelphia, Orlando and Milwaukee) will have access to come into that Office up to 2 days/week, and work from home at least 3 days/week. This role is full time work from home (WFH), also known as Remote. This role can be performed from any US based location within the central or eastern time zone. Work cannot be performed from outside of the United States.
CNO provides life and health insurance, annuities, financial services, and workforce benefits solutions through our family of brands and supported by our associates and agents. Our customers work hard to save for the future, and we help protect their health, income and retirement needs with 3.2 million policies and more than $35 billion in total assets. Our 3,400 associates, 8,600 exclusive agents and independent partner agents guide individuals, families and businesses through a lifetime of financial decisions.
We are financially strong and well positioned for continued growth, and we are grounded in our core values of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I); Integrity, Customer Focus, Excellence, and Teamwork. We have offices in more than 260 communities in the U.S., including our headquarters in Carmel, Indiana, and corporate offices in Birmingham, Chicago, Philadelphia, Orlando and Milwaukee.
At CNO Financial Group, we’re always looking forward—to the security and stability we help create for our insurance brands’ customers, and the growth we create within our own company. We're looking for ambitious people who want to do more. We'll provide you with opportunities to grow your skills through challenging professional experiences.
If you're looking for a culture that encourages development, helps you reach your potential, and rewards you for your contribution, then CNO Financial Group is right for you. For more information, visit CNOinc.com.
Job Type: Full-Time