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401(k) Special Projects Administrator
Summary
Title:401(k) Special Projects Administrator
ID:1336
Location:Any Location or Remote
Description

Are you looking for your next challenge and some variety in the types of projects you work on? Do you excel at solving your clients’ 401(k) problems? Do you want the flexibility and convenience of working from home? Are you tired of working insane overtime?
 

Nova 401(k) Associates is looking to fill a position for a specialist to work on non-routine billable special projects.
 

The position will focus on a variety of special projects work including: late contribution calculations, prior year compliance testing, 5500 preparation filings under the DOL’s Delinquent Filer Voluntary Compliance Program (DFVCP), controlled group coverage testing, missed deferral opportunity calculations and much more!
 

Nova 401(k) Associates is a vibrant and growing national third party, non-producing administration firm. We have a nationally recognized sales team allowing us to grow continuously. Thousands of in force Nova plans and hundreds of new clients every year give rise to a constant flow of highly profitable special projects and corrections every day!
 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage and prioritize workload towards weekly goals in a results oriented team environment
  • Work with other Nova departments, record-keepers and advisors to obtain information necessary to complete project work
  • Perform work according to Nova policies and procedures
  • Consult with internal Nova staff regarding correction work
  • Attend weekly team workflow meetings with the Special Projects Team Leader
  • Prepare prior year testing reports, 5500s, 5330s and earnings calculations as necessary


Qualifications:

  • Five (5) or more years of 401(k) plan administration experience
  • Experience with ASC (preferred)
  • Experience with DGEM (preferred)
  • Experience with Pension Pro (preferred)
  • Excellent knowledge of ADP/ACP, 415, 410(b), Top Heavy and 401(a)(4) non-discrimination testing
  • Knowledge regarding self-corrections under the DFVC and EPCRS programs (preferred)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Superior Excel skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • High level of critical thinking
  • Committed to lifelong learning and coachable
  • NIPA or ASPPA credentials
  • College degree

We get it. We listen. We communicate.

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