Sr. Human Resources Business PartnerDelta Dental of WASeattle, WASolid working knowledge of multiple human resource areas including benefit and compensation practices, workforce planning, employee relations, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), performance management, compliance and federal and state employment laws. Full-time
Lead AccountantDelta Dental of WASeattle, WASupport, review and assist accounting team on the following: bi-weekly payroll, general ledger entries, reconciliations, quarterly and annual reporting, corporate banking, accounts payable, investment reporting, maintaining corporate insurance and other certifications, maintaining underwriting account records, and resolving broker commission discrepancies.
ArchitectDelta Dental of WASeattle, WADemonstrated knowledge of modern software architectures, including techniques and concepts such as serverless, event sourcing, cross platform messaging, microservices, tensorflow and other platform related constructs
TechDelta Dental of WASeattle, WAWe are looking for a Senior Technical Product Manager for our claims administrative processing system to improve efficiencies, enable interoperability, and support our agile transformation.
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