Job ID: 18678

Location: KINGWOOD Texas 77339

Insperity provides the most comprehensive suite of scalable HR solutions available in the marketplace with an optimal blend of premium HR service and technology. With more than 90 locations throughout the U.S., Insperity is currently making a difference for thousands of businesses and communities nationwide.


Behind our success is the unshakeable belief in the value of our people. We value diversity, inclusivity and a sense of belonging. We celebrate work and life events, and we partner with our clients and communities to make great things happen.


We have received recognition numerous times as a top place to work, most recently ranking on Glassdoor’s “Best Places to Work in the U.S. 2024” list, and U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Companies to Work for 2024” list. In addition, we have been recognized for having one of the country’s Top 50 Midsize Early Talent Programs by RippleMatch’s 2024 Campus Forward Awards. There is no better time to be a part of Insperity, and our best work is yet to come. Learn more at Insperity.com



Why Insperity?

Flexibility: Over 80% of Insperity’s jobs have flexibility. We want your time to have balance, whether it’s spent with coworkers, clients, family or your community.


Career Growth: Insperity provides many ways to grow with the company. We offer continuous learning programs, mentorship opportunities and ongoing training.


Well-Being: Our total rewards package includes generous paid time off, top-tier medical, dental and vision benefits, health & wellness support, paid volunteer hours and much more. We take care of our people so that you can do your best work.

 

Health & Welfare Compliance Analyst

 

We are currently seeking a Health & Welfare Compliance Analyst to join our team. 

 

The position is responsible for effectively executing activities that support State statutes and Federal regulations into daily operational processes and business practices. This position will ensure the successful administration of regulatory requirements within operational processes by effectively managing existing regulatory requirements, integrating new and changing requirements, assessing the impact to processes and procedures, assisting in the implementation of those requirements, and conducting evaluations of adherence and quality outcomes.

 

Responsibilities:

    Adheres to deadlines and produces deliverables as set by government agencies including IRS, DOL, CMS, and HHS. Additionally, works to satisfy all state taxing and regulatory bodies with benefits oversight.

    Collaborates with department leadership and Legal department to evaluate the impact of new and changing laws and regulations on current business processes. Applicable regulations include, but are not limited to, ACA (Affordable Care Act), ACA IRS Reporting, Medicare & CHIP programs, and other regulatory directives.

    Develops procedures and work flows to ensure compliance with the required regulatory legislation.

    Collaborates with Health & Welfare communications group to develop clear and accurate written communication tools to ensure accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements.

    Maintains accurate records and comprehensive documentation of activities, ensuring documents are compiled as needed to successfully meet requirements of governmental agencies.

    Informs department leadership of the status of activities and issues on a regular basis. 

    Pursues continuing education opportunities to remain aware of changing standards, laws, rule and regulations, best practices and new developments in health care reform.

    Collaborates and communicates effectively with multiple departments to promote an increased understanding of existing, new and changing regulatory requirements.

    Supports a collaborative, cross-functional culture that is engaged in regulatory adherence, improved performance, quality standards, and efficiency of work processes.

    Performs regular data analysis, using knowledge of data, systems and operating practices. Responsible for reporting analysis findings to department leadership.

    Recommends the establishment of new or modified workflows, processes, policies and/or procedures to ensure regulatory adherence and quality outcomes.

    Participates in projects involving the integration of new and changing regulations into health and welfare operations, coordinating with all affected internal areas to ensure that business needs and regulatory directives are met within required time frames.

    Ensures compliance with deliverables and deadlines set by regulatory and government agencies and internal leadership. Prioritizes work plans and manages time effectively.

    Supports clients in complying with local, state and federal benefits offerings and eligibility requirements.

  

Qualifications:

 

    High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is preferred.

    Two to four years of experience in a related field is required.


Benefits:

In this role, you’ll enjoy a competitive compensation package, as well as all of the great Insperity benefits and perks you’ve come to know including paid time off, 9 paid holidays, medical, dental and vision benefits, 401k and tuition reimbursement. At Insperity, we know that our employees’ success is our success, and we look forward to being a part of your future!

At Insperity, we celebrate the diversity of our employees and our leadership. Insperity is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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