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Compliance Paralegal Specialist

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  • Full Time
  • Bethesda, MD
June 13, 2024 Paralegal

Job Description

The Baldwin Group is an award-winning entrepreneur led and inspired insurance distribution holding company delivering solutions that give our clients the peace of mind to pursue their purpose, passion and dreams. Our family of firms’ best-in-class resources and diverse portfolio of services are innovating the industry by taking a holistic and tailored approach to insurance, risk management and employee benefits.Reporting to the National Director of Compliance, this individual in this role will be responsible for the following duties:
  • Working closely with a national collaborative team, review, digest and translate regulatory and legal developments for the benefit of clients and colleagues (20%)
  • Develop client-facing educational and instructive collateral to apprise clients of their obligations and responsibilities under federal, state and local laws, regulations, statutes, and ordinances (20%).
  • Review and respond to field inquiries related to the administration of employee benefits and the related employment and labor law obligations and responsibilities, occurring at the national, regional, and local levels (20%).  
  • Conduct seminars, boot camps, informational and educational webcasts, and speak at national conferences on topics related to total reward platforms and specifically, employer-provided workplace leave and worker accommodations (20%).
  • Coordinate with other compliance teams members throughout the country to complete large-scale projects, and to coordinate day-to-day workflow and project operations (20%). Assist the Director in other programs, activities, and requirements that may arise in the service of the firm or the compliance division (varies).  
Essential experience for the qualified candidate:A minimum of two (2) years prior workplace experience in a compliance, employee benefits or HR related advisory function for a private company, an insurance broker, an insurer, or an industry related resource. Demonstration of ability to adopt to a quickly changing workplace environment through direct and demonstrable experience in dealing with one or more of the following:
  • Human resources or legal organizational operations or change management planning and related activities;
  • Development and implementation of global, national or regional marketing and/or information campaigns;
  • Employee benefits related design, planning, implementation, administration or termination related workplace activities;
  • Direct experience in the performance due diligence activities or other operations related to, or arising in connection with, organizational mergers and acquisitions;
  • Logistics and related information delivery related workplace experience, either in an operations and/or leadership role; and/or,
  • Apprenticeship, clerkship, internship, and/or legal department workplace experience, particularly respecting activities related to employee benefits, general employment and labor law, or privacy and security related laws and regulations.
A minimum of two (2) years of workplace experience related to interpretation and administration of employer obligations arising under federal, regional , state, or local laws, ordinances, statutes, and regulations, preferably with direct experience related to one or more of the following:ERISA;HIPAA;COBRA;MHPAEA;IRC Sections 105(h) and 125;
  • State-level employee benefits related statutory provisions,
  • State or federal medical insurance-related regulation and/or policy.
  • Experience receiving and responding to confidential or private internal and/or external communications.  Educational acumen and other knowledge gained through primary, secondary, post-secondary, or other professional learning and education related activities (examples may include associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, paralegal certifications, juris doctorates, and other professional learning and education certifications, designations, or other related course work). A strong sense of self, paired with the ability to effectively manage competing workplace expectations and obligations with skill, tact and grace.
Educational Requirement:Preferred candidates will have obtained secondary or post-secondary education and/or educational certification related to paralegal studies or related social sciences.

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