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Benefits Manager

Cleveland, OH, USA Req #1000
Monday, November 22, 2021
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Company Overview: 
Sweeping Corporation of America (SCA) is the largest self-performing power sweeping services provider in the United States. With over 60 years of sweeping heritage and an emphasis on quality service and customer focus, we have quickly become the nation’s elite NAPSA-certified sweeping contractor. We provide our customers with a superior experience in sweeping services as well as an all-encompassing NPDES stormwater management plan with our sweeping and jet-vac solutions and best-in-class vehicles. Our reliable services are trusted by municipalities, State Departments of Transportation, construction contractors, and commercial, parking, and industrial properties from coast-to-coast.  We currently have over 50 strategic locations, more than 1,200 safety-focused team members, and a fleet of 1,600+ vehicles and are continuing to grow. Our expansive operating footprint, flexibility, and experience, as well as our focus on safety and innovation, positions SCA to be the premier choice for all your environmental services sweeping requirements. For more information, please visit:

BENEFITS MANAGER                

We are recruiting for a benefits manager to work out of our corporate office in Cleveland. This position is responsible for analyzing and creating benefit and wellness programs, educating employees on benefit options, ensuring benefit compliance, and integrating future acquired company benefit plans.   You will be a critical team member and part of the HR team and will report to the Vice President of HR.


We offer a competitive base salary

Medical, Dental, Vision,


Paid time Off


Knowledge that you are working for a leader in our industry .


 Those duties necessary to meet the minimum requirements of the position.  Other duties may be assigned:

Collaborate with VPHR to develop a benefits strategy, including implementing new plans and modifying existing plans

aligned with SCA’s business objectives and strategies. Analyze and evaluate benefit program trends and

prevailing practices among similar organizations. Review services, coverage  and options available through insurance and investment companies to

 determine programs that best meet the needs of the organization. Monitor and report to VPHR on current

 performance and ROI of benefit programs. Partner with HR and Finance to model trends and

 develop total rewards that reflect competitiveness within the markets and industry.

Oversee the day to day operational activities

     for medical, dental, vision, HSA, AD&D, STD, LTD, voluntary benefits,

     401k, leaves, wellness and ancillary benefit plans. Lead regulatory filing activities (e.g, 5500  preparations) with vendor and broker partners. Use data to monitor trends and recommend educational initiatives, benefit plan changes, vendor changes,

cost-sharing etc.  Lead the year-end open enrollment process,  including collaboration with brokers, vendors, third-party administrators.

Collaborate with vendors and Payroll on design and implementation of  online enrollment portal and process.  Document and maintain administrative procedures      (SOPs) for benefits processes. Establish effective benefit program audit       practices and ensure compliance with applicable state and federal       regulations (IRS, Department of Labor, ERISA, state leave laws).

Interpret plan documents, administrative rules  governing plans and government regulations that affect program rules and

operations. Monitor HRIS/payroll system data integrity,   including data feeds to vendor systems.    Work with HRIS vendor to set up data feeds when appropriate.

Other projects  as needed in support of our business objectives.



 Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field or equivalent preferred, which is typically obtained through 8 or more years of human resource management level experience. Five years of experience in Benefit Administration.

 Knowledge of federal and state regulations pertaining to benefits

Experience with multi-state benefit plans.

Demonstrated ability to be highly customer-service oriented, with the ability to professionally always interact with all levels of individuals in a courteous and professional manner.

Energetic and focused personality with a demonstrated ability to take initiative, successfully handle and prioritize multiple competing assignments and effectively manage deadlines.  Professional, articulate, and able to use good independent judgment and discretion.   Outstanding verbal and written communication skills required.  Ability to create and collaborate with others on articulate, well thought out presentation and employee materials to effectively communicate benefit details and changes in a reassuring, professional and positive manner.   Spanish is a plus.

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  • Cleveland, OH, USA