Loretto Management Corporation

  • Specialist, Payroll

    Department
    Loretto Management Corporation LMC - 3
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Shift
    First
    Weekends Required?
    No
  • Overview


    The Payroll Specialist performs all functions for the processing and administration of the corporation’s payroll processes and HR data. Ensures the integrity of Human Resource information systems data, and assists in the effective operation of the Payroll function.


     


    Responsibilities



      • Supports and executes the production and distribution of weekly and bi-weekly payroll cycles, special payments, and year-end W-2 processing.

      • Performs data input for new hires, pay rate changes, separations, deductions, garnishments, paid time off, and manual checks.

      • Ensures that all payroll related changes required by policy, regulations and/or the labor agreement are properly implemented from a payroll systems standpoint and that appropriate communication is made.

      • Serves as a resource and system specialist for employees and management to problem solve a variety of issues around time keeping, employee paycheck corrections, etc.

      • Monitors and maintains the integrity of payroll and employee information.

      • Follows all schedules and meets deadlines.

      • Verifies the accuracy of payroll, initiates edits or corrective action as required.

      • Works with the Finance Department to coordinate timely and accurate quarterly and year-end tax filings, as well as the annual printing and mailing of W2's

      • Coordinates payroll deductions and vendor payments.

      • Works with ADP/outside vendors on system and tax issues

      • Communicates with payroll liaisons to ensure that processing of payroll is consistent with policies, procedures and labor agreements.

      • Ensures time clocks are in proper working order at all sites.


    Qualifications



    • 3+ years in payroll or a related field.



    • AAS degree preferred. High school diploma required.



    • Knowledge of HRIS/timekeeping/payroll automated systems, preferably ADP Workforce Now and Enterprise eTime or Kronos.




    • Knowledge of payroll and employment laws, practices and procedures.




    • Proficient computer skills in MS Office, and the ability to rapidly learn new applications.




    • Strong attention to accuracy, detail and follow through.




    • Ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously and meet strict deadlines.




    • Ability to collaborate with others to improve processes.




    • Ability to raise questions about data or information that is inconsistent or unclear.




    • Ability to input data accurately in a high volume environment.




    • Ability to instruct employees on payroll procedures and policies.



    • Ability to read, write and speak clearly in English.


     


    An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.

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