1. Perform manual defined benefit calculations including benefit pay-outs, quotes, annuities, and rollovers. Investigate and resolve calculation problems, which includes balancing/reconciling accounting and recordkeeping entries for plan accounts. 2. Identify and interpret plan provisions to determine pension benefits. Partner with Administration, RIS Trade Desk, RIS Actuarial to resolve Plan Sponsor or Participant questions and issues. 3. Mentoring/Checking: May be responsible for mentoring and checking work of others performing defined benefit calculations/transactions. May participate in the training, leadership, and development of team members. Provide technical and problem-solving expertise and assist with procedural updates. 4. Consult available resources including technical documentation, computer system application help features, co-workers and subject matter experts to perform daily tasks. Make suggestions for improvements in procedures. 5. Perform other job-related duties or special projects as required. Skill/other requirements: - Good communication skills, analytical skills, willingness to work in shifts, Multitasking and Quality and effective decision making. - Good aptitude for math, strong analytical background, and ability to interpret defined benefit plan documents. - The candidate should be comfortable with night shifts.