Salary Range: $65,674 - $78,419
How To Apply: Visit www.pps.net/jobs and apply to job #22520.
Portland Public Schools (PPS) is seeking a Benefits Associate to join our Human Resources Department to determine benefit eligibility, assist employees with questions and enrollment for medical, pharmacy, dental, vision, life and other benefits, and audit and reconcile benefits and premium related data. If you are a great communicator, technically savvy, organized, understand the importance of providing client centered customer service, and can respond to a high volume of inquiries and requests in a fast paced and complex benefits environment, we want you to apply. At PPS, every employee, despite having different roles, is an educator! We want an educator who models the core PPS Educator Essentials, and who brings a commitment to racial equity, inclusion, and social justice.
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities may be considered.
Preferred but not Required
Cover Letter Request: In your cover letter, please share how your demonstrated skills, strengths and professional experiences have prepared you to lead in this role as the Benefits Associate II at Portland Public School District. Please outline your role in administering employee benefits and include the size and type of employer, type and number of plans offered, and number of union groups if applicable.
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First screening will occur on June 25, 2021 at 3:00pm.
Mission: Every student by name prepared for college, career and participation as an active community member, regardless of race, income or zip code.
Portland Public Schools, founded in 1851, is a PK-12 urban school district in Portland, Oregon. With more than 49,000 students in 81 schools, it is one of the largest school districts in the Pacific Northwest.
With highly trained teachers and staff; an engaged parent community; strong partnerships, and a focus on closing the racial educational achievement gap, PPS has seen significant gains in its graduation rate and has enjoyed steady enrollment growth. Thanks to the state Legislature, school funding is improving and thanks to Portland voters, a PPS School Building Improvement Bond is now fueling the modernization of our aging school buildings for 21st century learning.