Retirement Plan Operations Analyst II in Denver, Colorado
Posted 01/06/22

CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY FOR A RETIREMENT PLAN OPERATIONS ANALYST in DENVER, CO. THIS IS A W-2 NON-EXEMPT POSITION.

AccruePartners values our contract and consulting employees. We offer a competitive benefits package to meet the diverse needs of all of our contractor and consulting employees and their family members. Here is a listing of what our company offers: 401(k) Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Medical and Prescription Drug, Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance.

THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:

  • Fortune 100 Financial Services Company
  • 100-year history of dedication to customer satisfaction, success and growth
  • Tremendous growth and new business strategy leading to the need for new talent
  • Significant investments in cutting-edge technology

 

WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:

  • Culture: Excellent work environment that fosters collaboration
  • Growth: Ability to make an impact on the direction of the organization
  • Opportunity: Gain hands-on experience working with cutting-edge technology
  • Stability: Recent financial performance of the company has reported record profits

 

WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT

The Retirement Operations Analyst participates in providing operational services to retirement clients. This role will be working under general supervision. Someone in this role would be responsible for preparing reports and analysis related to the investment and management of capital on behalf of clients and/or the organization itself.

 

THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS
Principal Expectations:

  • Act as a thought partner working with the business to identify and mitigate regulatory risks where applicable through process documentation
  • Collaborate and influence audiences across different functions and at different levels in the organization
  • Develop professional content that addresses regulatory issues, e.g., SOX and SSAE16, where applicable
  • Facilitate documentation meetings with multiple business partners, responsible for standardizing procedures
  • Work with various functional units to analyze and document current business processes and determine areas for improvement (reliability and efficiency). Includes reporting out to business and/or upper leadership
  • Work effectively with business lines to identify opportunities to improve business processes and optimize value through the application of Lean, Six Sigma and continuous improvement tools and methodologies.
  • Produce high-level documentation and visual communication to drive and improve TIAA operational processes.
  • Products include standard operating procedures, job aids, process maps, and policies

Mandatory Skills:

  • Three (3) or more years of direct technical documentation experience or relevant job experience including financial and/or data research and analysis experience
  • Bachelor’s degree required, or equivalent business experience
  • Solid understanding of the technical writing process and linear approach to process design
  • Must have excellent oral and written communications skills, in addition to critical persuasive and influencing abilities
  • Excellent presentation capabilities necessary for facilitating and negotiating with various business professionals
  • Intermediate level knowledge and experience with Visio, Snagit and Microsoft Office
  • Project management experience or a certificate such as Six Sigma Green Belt
  • Proven track record of effective leadership and teamwork abilities
  • Possess excellent critical and analytical skills, and ability to work independently and in project teams
  • Demonstrates the ability to direct and motivate others

 

  • Employee Type: Contract
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • Category: Information Technology
  • Date Posted: 01/06/22
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