Growing small plan actuarial firm is currently considering candidates for an opening to be filled
between now and the end of the year. This is a great opportunity for the right administrator or actuary.
To qualify for the position one must have at least 3 years of experience administering and consulting on small to mid-size cash balance plans.
Responsibilities include everything related to handling a Cash Balance or Defined Benefit Plan with fewer than 500 participants.
This is a virtual position where you would be expected to work from home. We provide extremely flexible work schedules as
well as excellent benefits and a laid-back, friendly environment. As part of a small company, you will have many responsibilities and will have to be flexible and friendly. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and ability. High performers will
be rewarded as the pay structure will include a base salary plus some amount of bonus to be paid quarterly and the rest to be paid annually as well as a commission for bringing in new business should you choose to pursue those opportunities.
the candidate's job responsibilities and qualifications are provided below but ultimately the job will be what you make of it as long as you are getting quality work done on time. Keeping our clients and employees happy are our top two
Prepare actuarial valuations for defined benefit and cash balance plans in accordance with IRS laws and regulations
Prepare annual non-discrimination testing for qualified pension plans including
Cash Balance, Defined Benefit, 401(k), and Profit Sharing Plans.
Prepare PBGC filings and notices
Prepare annual FASB reports
Prepare distribution packages and annual participant statements
Prepare and timely deliver
government form filings (IRS & DOL form 5500, Schedule SB, etc.)
Prepare preliminary design studies and projections that will meet all nondiscrimination requirements
Establish and maintain qualified form of plan legal documents,
including all amendments
Prepare and consult regarding plan termination filings with IRS and PBGC
Lead and/or participate in retirement plan consulting projects
Direct client contact and new business development is at your
discretion and will be rewarded but not required
Ability to work in an energized, fast paced environment.
Preferred Qualifications of the ideal candidate include:
At least 3 years of relevant small plan actuarial
Knowledge of business entities as they relate to plan compensation and plan design
Understand client business issues and be able to understand how they affect the retirement plan