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Payroll Analyst

  • Job ref:

    151999

  • Location:

    Atlanta, United States

  • Sector:

    Accounting & Finance

  • Contact:

    Paula Amerson

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

Our client, in the perimeter area, is seeking a Payroll Analyst. This person would assist the field personnel in processing payroll, training and analyzing correcting inaccurate payroll.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for leading and directing field personnel to ensure that correct and timely payroll information is entered at field level
  • Responsible to verify that all field data entry is 100% accurate via analysis, reconciliation, auditing and ad hoc reporting within generally acceptable auditing and accounting practices
  • Responsible for guiding field personnel on the proper interpretation of company policies and procedures with respect to payroll, time keeping and government compliance to ensure consistency and compliance
  • Responsible for analyzing and correcting inaccurate payroll and/or time keeping information.
  • Responsible for training and documentation for any personnel on payroll or time keeping practices or procedures
  • Responsible for the entire bi-weekly payroll process by field offices to analysis and auditing and final transmission for year-end reporting

Job Requirements:
  • High school diploma or equivalent; college preferred
  • Experience with Ultimate Software “UltiPro” preferred but other payroll software experience is acceptable
  • Prefer two to four years’ experience in payroll or equivalent
  • FPC or CPP certification preferred
Job Qualifications:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Advanced PC skills including spreadsheets (Microsoft Office preferred)
  • Ability to work independently yet be a team player
  • Must be pro-active and have excellent problem-solving skills
  • Must have a sense of urgency and be able to react accordingly to shifting priorities