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Retirement Plan Administrator

Company: Cannon Financial Strategists, Inc.
Location: Athens
Posted on: November 25, 2022

Job Description:

Cannon Financial Strategists, Inc. ("Cannon"), is a provider of financial services to retirement plan sponsors and individual client asset portfolios, and tax and accounting services to small businesses and individuals. This Athens, Georgia based company is approaching its fifth decade of delivering a layered, niche service model built upon a rock-solid foundation of proven financial planning principles and thoughtful customer care.
Today, as a comprehensive retirement plan sponsor consultant, Cannon provides seamless plan and Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) services that are conscientiously delivered to maximize the value of retirement benefits for company sponsors and their plan participants.
As an individual client wealth management company with notable expertise in portfolio aggregation, allocation, and tax-planning, Cannon enjoys a reputation as a smartly run, client-focused regional asset manager, equally adept at customizing and advising on portfolios for wealth-builders, wealth-preservers, and wealth-distributors.
Cannon prides itself on a history of applying simple, yet timelessly valued service tenets to a transparent, competitively priced delivery model. Centering their client's best interests as the beacon for a never-ending quest for relevant market, regulatory, and process knowledge, Cannon encourages a strong work culture of initiative, accountability, teamwork, and client reverence - all while fostering a collegial environment to flourish and grow in talent and experience and enjoy the rewards of being the best you can be among others like-minded.
About the RoleThe Retirement Plan Administrator (RPA) is an essential member of the Retirement Planning Services (RPS) team overseeing the day-to-day administration and regulatory compliance of employer-sponsored retirement plans. Cannon's services are highly customized by client, requiring an RPA to be a detailed, rules-based problem-solver, attuned to regulations and industry trends. The RPA will have both external (sponsors, participants, and recordkeepers) and internal clients (retirement plan consultants and advisors). The ideal candidate will be one that prides themselves on understanding plan details while effectively communicating broad concepts to sponsors and participants.
Responsibilities

  • Administer transactions in accordance with plan documents.
  • Reduce Advisor call and inquiry volume by fielding and addressing participant requests.
  • Effectively communicate status of transactions, issues, and resolutions.
  • Assess and support maintenance of recurring plan contribution and plan sponsor payroll processes.
  • Administer and consult on Supplemental Executive Retirement Plans (SERPs).
  • Track and facilitate inbound qualified plan rollovers.
  • Provide compliance production support, including but not limited to census compilation, ADP/ACP, non-discrimination testing, and Form 5500 drafting.
  • Full understanding of plan documents, including Base Plan Document, Adoption Agreement, amendments, and notice requirements.
  • Apply problem-solving skills to develop solutions for unanticipated or recurring issues.
  • Utilize sound organizational and time management tactics to prioritize tasks, follow through on all assignments, and meet deadlines.
  • Collaborate with Cannon team members to proactively identify process and system improvements.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities to enhance skills and knowledge.
    Required Job Skills and Abilities
    • Ability to set goals and prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment.
    • Excellent client relations and customer service skills.
    • Exceptional attention to detail.
    • High proficiency with MS Office applications, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
    • Above average organizational skills to handle multiple clients and priorities.
    • Capacity to thrive in a team environment.
      Qualification and Education Requirements
      • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with retirement services
      • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field; equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of degree
        Additional Notes
        • This is an onsite position.
        • The successful RPA recognizes this position as a career entry point for retirement plan consulting.
        • Candidate's employment with Cannon is contingent upon the successful completion of personal and professional references and background verifications.

Keywords: Cannon Financial Strategists, Inc., Athens , Retirement Plan Administrator, Other , Athens, Georgia

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