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Title

Human Resources Administrator  

Division Cadaret, Grant & Co., Inc.  
Position Human Resources Coordinator  
Location Cadaret, Grant & Co., Inc. - Home Office  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Description

Cadaret Grant has an opening for a Human Resources Administrator to join our growing enterprise! At Cadaret Grant, we offer our employees the opportunity to grow personally and professionally, to contribute to the success of a dynamic organization, and to serve others in a manner that exceeds their expectations.

The Human Resources Administrator will provide human resources support in areas of benefit administration, onboarding, offboarding, reporting, and record keeping. This position will also cross train to provide support in other areas within the Human Resources Department as needed. Job responsibilities are generally non-routine, which requires the ability to organize, prioritize and manage day-to-day activities, while completing department projects and individual goals as assigned. This position works regularly with confidential company information including staff compensation.

Principal Duties and Responsibilites:

  • Update the New Employee Checklist weekly and send out required benefit notices and reminder emails on benefits and 401k enrollments.
  • Assist with terminating benefits for offboarding employees across the enterprise.
  • Administer Cobra procedures for health, dental, vision, and flex spending plans and ensure notices are processed accordingly.
  • Maintain ADP database and process employee changes.
  • Assist in the administration and maintenance of the 401k plan. Process employee enrollments and terminations.
  • Administer medical, dental, vision, and other voluntary insurance plans by handling participant changes, processing monthly benefits tracking reports, and assisting employees with benefit questions.
  • Review benefit bills for accuracy and submit for payment to Accounts Payable.
  • Assist with monthly benefit billing audit.
  • Assist with new employee benefit orientations.
  • Administer flexible spending plan, processes enrollments, maintain reports, prepare monthly reconciliation, and resolve any report discrepancies.
  • Assist with administration of leave of absence procedures including disability insurance claims, follow through on the FMLA notification/designation process, and track leave. Maintain reasonable accommodations logs when applicable.
  • Track and distribute Medicare Part D notices.
  • Respond to employment verifications, approved surveys, or approved information requests.
  • Order name plates and name tags.
  • Process, track, and assign building access cards and parking passes.
  • Assist with administration of annual flu shot clinic.
  • Assist with company events and parties including the coordination of food, vendor approval and logistics.
  • Provide facilities management and administrative support to the department.
  • Ensure employee personnel folders and benefit folders are up to date and organized.
  • Organize and develop ongoing HR procedures and processes.
  • Cross-train and provide back-up for other areas of the HR department.
  • Maintain accurate records, company directories, HR related forms and procedures, ensuring accurate style guidelines are met.
  • Provide status reports to HR Managers on projects/job duties completed and in process.
  • Provide recommendations to improve department efficiency; and provide feedback on processes or programs that may be of interest to the company.
  • Assist HR Managers with additional projects as assigned.
 
Position Requirements

Education, Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum of 4 years of college education, preferably in human resources management.
  • Minimum 1-3 years’ work experience in human resources, benefits administration or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
  • General knowledge of state and US labor and wage and hour laws.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Computer experience; particularly Word, Excel, and HR databases/report formatting.
  • Experience utilizing ADP is preferred.
  • Strong organization and attentive to detail.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively while working in a fast-paced environment and changing focus throughout the day.
  • High level of accuracy.
  • Ability to provide an excellent level of customer service both internally and externally.

Cadaret Grant, a FINRA member and independent broker-dealer headquartered in Syracuse, New York, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atria Wealth Solutions. Founded in 1985, Cadaret Grant serves nearly 750 financial advisors in over 450 branch offices with next-generation technology and support for their independent businesses. Cadaret Grant & Co. seeks employee candidates who are ambitious, dedicated, and spirited. Our collaborative culture offers community through shared goals and strong work ethics. To learn more about Cadaret Grant, please visit www.cadaretgrant.com.

Atria Wealth Solutions, Inc. (Atria) is a wealth management solutions holding company focused on delivering a clear path to the future of financial advice for financial professionals, financial institutions and their clients. Headquartered in New York City, Atria’s broker-dealer subsidiaries empower financial institutions and independent financial professionals with a sophisticated set of tools, services and capabilities that drive growth. Atria’s broker-dealer subsidiaries include CUSO Financial Services, LP, Sorrento Pacific Financial, LLC, Cadaret Grant & Co., Inc., NEXT Financial Group, Inc. and Western International Securities, Inc. Atria’s subsidiaries together support nearly 2,500 financial professionals with more than $75 billion of assets under administration. For more information, please visit www.atriawealth.com.

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