Join our growing team and help us make a difference!

Come grow with us in an inclusive, dynamic environment where each of us shares a stake in our success. Employee Benefits Corporation is a 100% employee-owned company, made up of caring, committed professionals who are passionate about delivering excellent service.

You have the opportunity to share your talents, speak your voice and actively shape the future of the company. We take our work seriously. But ourselves? Not so much.

What we do

We work with benefit brokers and consultants, employers and HR administrators, and benefit plan participants to offer top-notch workplace benefits and customer service. Our products include flexible spending accounts (FSAs), health savings accounts (HSAs), health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), COBRA administration, and more.

Open Positions

Controller - 1230

At Employee Benefits Corporation, creating and maintaining meaningful relationships around our trusted brand of “making things easy” for our clients is key to our success.   Employee Benefits Corporation is currently seeking qualified candidates for a Controller. The incumbent for this role will be a hands-on leader responsible for overseeing organizational financial management and reporting.  Areas of oversight include budgeting and forecasting, as well as governmental and organizational reporting.  This role monitors the organization’s financial status by developing and implementing systems for collecting, analyzing, verifying and reporting financial information.  The Controller is also responsible for the direct supervision, training, mentoring and coaching of the accounting team to ensure that the team functions effectively and represents Employee Benefits Corporation in a positive, professional manner.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with the CFO, identify and implement strategic financial and procedural goals, benchmarks, quality controls and measurements to impact the financial health of the organization in all accounting practices
  • Manage the staff, resources, and processes of the Corporate Accounting department to ensure accurate and timely work completion in the following areas: 
    • accounts receivable
    • accounts  payable
    • general ledger management
    • month end and year end close processes
  • Direct and ensure completion and accuracy of daily, weekly and monthly reconciliations
  • Prepare and publish timely and accurate monthly and annual financial reports for management
  • Serve as point of contact for accounting related communications with outside audit firms, software vendor(s), and collection agencies
  • Evaluate, create and maintain controls to ensure integrity and accuracy of all data, systems, and processes involved in financial management and reporting.  With a focus on controls around corporate funds and their associated liabilities.
  • Monitor, manage and report on established milestones and measures, identifying trends and opportunities for process efficiencies and service improvement 
  • Oversee and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings
  • Manage cash flow and prepare cash flow forecasts as requested
  • Document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls
  • Safeguard assets through adherence to guidelines and procedures for the procurement, reporting, physical control, and disposal of assets
  • Develop strategic long and/or short-range staffing plans and departmental goals to ensure cross-training, work flow management and employee engagement
  • Participate in the recruiting and onboarding processes of  new hires
  • Provide regular mentoring /performance feedback  and complete annual performance evaluations for team members
  • Maintain current working  knowledge on company products, processes and industry accounting best practices, tools and methodologies
  • Safeguard confidentiality, privacy and security of organization and customer (PHI) information

Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field in addition to at least seven years in an accounting role with progressive responsibilities.  A minimum of three years supervisory experience is also needed. The successful incumbent will also have effective verbal and written communication skills, utilizing proper grammar, syntax and excellent business acumen.   Demonstrated and thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting and internal control principles is a must have in order to be considered.  Experience with tax advantaged benefit programs or in a high volume service industry is preferred.

Employee Benefits Corporation administers a variety of employee benefits, from IRS-approved, tax-advantaged plans to COBRA and state regulated continuation plan administration, through informative education materials, dedicated reporting, creative plan design and expert customer support.  Employee Benefits Corporation offers a family-oriented environment made up of caring, committed professionals who are passionate about delivering an excellent experience to our brokers, employers and their participants. We’re 100 percent employee-owned which instills a refreshing sense of true ownership and accountability knowing our efforts directly impact our success. We don't just work here. It's personal; and we take pride in everything we do. We offer an attractive and comprehensive compensation and benefits package, including retirement benefits.  We encourage professional development and support a healthy work-life balance. Employee Benefits Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If this position sounds like what you have been searching for in a career, please click on the link below to apply. Once your resume has been submitted and reviewed, we will contact you if you are selected for an interview.

Employment Opportunities

A Culture of Ownership

Our company is 100% employee-owned. Employee-ownership means we can create consistent quality for our clients and a collaborative and enjoyable work environment for ourselves. Because we're owners, if we say we'll do a thing, we do it, and our efforts directly impact our success. .

We have a home for your experience, perspective and creativity.

Everyone who works here is given the opportunity to have an impact and make a difference. We're a growing company and we encourage involvement. Some of us help educate our clients or influence our industry. Others help strengthen existing client relationships and forge new ones. Some of us use our experience to enhance our products and services. We all support the opinions, perspectives and the individual creativity of each member of our team.

Identify your opportunity.

For us to continue to succeed in a constantly evolving health care and benefits industry, our team members must work together and respond quickly. Thinking like an owner means identifying opportunities and creating solutions.

To learn if an opportunity is right for you, simply email a cover letter and a resumé to Please reference the opportunity that sparked your interest in the subject line. We'll contact you if we think there's a match.

Here are a few of the rewards.

We offer a comprehensive insurance and retirement benefit package that includes employee-ownership. We have a professional development program and we encourage and support a healthy work-life balance. Employee Benefits Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We’re a diverse group of people connected through a common goal.

Thank you for considering Employee Benefits Corporation.

Join our employee-owned benefits administration company in Middleton, WI.
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