Network Benefits Analyst

UVMMC - 1 South Prospect Street
Location and Address
Location Address: 1 South Prospect, Burlington Vermont
Building Name
Building Name: UVMMC - 1 South Prospect Street
HR - Benefits
Schedule Full Time / Regular
Standard Hours
Day (United States of America)
Primary Shift
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Weekend Needs
Salary Range
Min/Hour $27.60 Mid/Hour $34.51 Max/Hour $41.42
Chelsea Therrien
Job Requisition ID

Job Description


The Network Benefits Analyst is responsible for managing the administration of assigned Health & Welfare Benefit programs. Within UVMHN Total Rewards, the Network Benefits Analyst is responsible for medical, dental, vision, spending accounts, and voluntary benefits.  The Network Benefits Analyst is also responsible for miscellaneous programs and projects that support Total Rewards, including employee education and development of necessary policies and procedures.

The Network Benefits Analyst is responsible for advanced problem resolution and may deal extensively with leaders, staff, consultants, and vendors to resolve issues.  The Network Benefits Analyst manages components of projects such as annual open enrollment, vendor implementations, plan changes, and software upgrades and rollouts.  The Network Benefits Analyst ensures benefit programs and their administration are compliant with plan documents and statutory regulations. Accordingly, the Analyst is expected to engage in ongoing professional development to maintain an understanding of changes affecting our plans.

The Network Benefits Analyst conducts outreach presentations to leaders and staff and serves as a content expert for the assigned benefits programs. The Analyst assists with the preparation of budgets including expense tracking and forecasting. The Network Benefits Analyst is also responsible for drafting and editing policies and communications related to benefits programs.  A successful incumbent will possess strong HRIS system and spreadsheet skills.    


Bachelor's degree in Business, Human Resources, or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which such knowledge and skills would be acquired. A professional certification such as PHR, SPHR, GBA, and CEBS is preferred.


One to three years of experience in an HR setting with exposure to employee benefit plans and governing regulations such as COBRA, ERISA and ACA.  Demonstrated familiarity with the administration of health and welfare plans and/or defined benefit and defined contribution retirement programs.