National Benefits Administrator

  • Part Time
  • Remote (Remote)
  • $27,500.00 - $29,000.00 per year CDN / Year
  • Applications have closed.

Youth for Christ Canada

We see the hope and potential in every young person


The National Benefits Administrator is responsible for managing the YFC Canada Group Benefits and Group Retirement programs for staff across Canada. 

This position is part-time (25 hours/week) and reports to the Human Resources Director.



  • Is a faithful and contributing member of a local church. 
  • Prays for and with the YFC Canada Team. 
  • Spends time in spiritual reflection and development. 
  • Takes bi-annual spiritual retreats. 
  • Completion of the YFC Canada Credentialing process within 2 years of start date. 
  • Attends YFC Regional and National conferences and meetings when possible. 
  • Attends relevant training and enrichment courses as needed.  


  • To champion, promote and administer the Group Benefits and Group Retirement national benefits programs to staff and chapters through exceptional customer service. 
  • Group Benefits & Retirement Promotion & Communication:
    • Communicate plan information to chapters to promote the plans and provide timely updates on changes to the services available to plan members. 
    • Schedule Chapter meetings (in person or virtual) to present and promote the benefit programs offered through Youth for Christ Canada. 
    • Coordinate renewals and plan changes with YFC’s broker and policyholders as needed. 
    • Review benefits and retirement plans’ communication and survey material for accuracy and measure their methods and effectiveness in meeting objectives.
    • Compile feedback from Chapters.
  • Benefits Administration: 
    • Process new enrolments, additions, changes, and terminations. 
    • Research answers to staff questions, and concerns and problem-solve any benefit issues that might arise. 
    • Respond to chapter inquiries in a timely manner.
    • Create and maintain a Benefits Information Package and introduction. 
    • Use Humi (Human Resource System) for Manulife enrolment and change forms.
    • Train chapters to use Humi to assign enrollment forms, change forms, and upload files.
      Review YFC HUB annually and send benefits and retirement plan updates and revisions as needed.


  • Participate in the annual audit process as it relates to benefits.
  • Complete other assigned duties as required and as time permits.
  • Participate in weekly team meetings, along with monthly National Staff meetings. 


  • Build a base of prayer partners and keep them updated through regular communications and prayer requests. Encourage prayer partners to pray and financially support Youth for Christ Canada.

The ideal candidate possesses exceptional organizational skills, strengthened through payroll work experience, and exhibits a passion for seeing Canada’s youth become lifelong followers of Jesus.

The successful candidate will exhibit:

  • A vibrant, mission-minded faith
  • Benefits experience, knowledge, and skills 
  • Team player (Humble, hungry, smart)
  • Adaptable
  • Attention to detail
  • Customer service focus
  • Innovative, problem-solving skills
  • Passionate about participating in the bigger vision of the organization
  • Called to the mission