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Canadian Payroll Specialist (Permanent Hire)

Employer
Vaco
Location
Blue Ash, Ohio, United States
Closing date
Feb 29, 2024

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Job Role
Payroll
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
**NEEDS CANADIAN PAYROLL EXPERIENCE OR CANADIAN PAYROLL CERTIFICATE**
**HYBRID SCHEDULE AVAILABLE**

Duties & Responsibilites:
  • Responsible for full-cycle payroll processing for employees across multi-state locations, timely distribution and reviewing accurate calculation of payroll checks, taxes and other withholdings
  • This role ensures quality service for payroll, which includes, working with all functional areas of the company to obtain information for payroll production, as well as responding to and resolving employee questions and problems, while demonstrating quality customer service
  • Accurate and timely processing of the weekly and biweekly hourly and semi-monthly salary payroll.
  • Prepare and balance payroll runs per compliance requirements.
  • Includes performing audits using the reporting tools available and in accordance with guidelines set forth by department.
  • Works with local managers to resolve payroll issues.
  • Processes payrolls for various scheduled pay dates. Detailed reconciliation and balancing.
  • Collect and summarize various forms of pay information
  • Responding to court orders, interrogatories, and acting as a liaison between law offices/courts
  • Audits payroll data entered by other team members using reporting tools. Investigates questionable data and takes corrective action as necessary.
  • Enters and audits payroll adjustments, manual checks, and refunds as well as maintaining logs and spreadsheets to reconcile data and audit entries.
  • Responds timely to verifications, unemployment audits and special requests.
  • Cross train and learn all activities in order to effectively support the department in the absence of the department manager or other payroll specialists.
  • Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with employees, executive management, co-workers, and outside agencies to promote a quality service image.
Qualifications & Requirements:
  • Over 2 years payroll experience and/or equivalent business experience
  • Experience with full-cycle in-house payroll processing is required. Union payroll experience is desired.
  • Ability to adapt and embrace change in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to develop strong cross functional relationships.
  • Accounting or office experience a plus
  • Good oral and written communication skills required
  • Advanced Office Skills
  • Good customer service skills
Desired Skills and Experience

**NEEDS CANADIAN PAYROLL EXPERIENCE OR CANADIAN PAYROLL CERTIFICATE**
**HYBRID SCHEDULE AVAILABLE**

Duties & Responsibilites:
Responsible for full-cycle payroll processing for employees across multi-state locations, timely distribution and reviewing accurate calculation of payroll checks, taxes and other withholdings
This role ensures quality service for payroll, which includes, working with all functional areas of the company to obtain information for payroll production, as well as responding to and resolving employee questions and problems, while demonstrating quality customer service
Accurate and timely processing of the weekly and biweekly hourly and semi-monthly salary payroll.
Prepare and balance payroll runs per compliance requirements.
Includes performing audits using the reporting tools available and in accordance with guidelines set forth by department.
Works with local managers to resolve payroll issues.
Processes payrolls for various scheduled pay dates. Detailed reconciliation and balancing.
Collect and summarize various forms of pay information
Responding to court orders, interrogatories, and acting as a liaison between law offices/courts
Audits payroll data entered by other team members using reporting tools. Investigates questionable data and takes corrective action as necessary.
Enters and audits payroll adjustments, manual checks, and refunds as well as maintaining logs and spreadsheets to reconcile data and audit entries.
Responds timely to verifications, unemployment audits and special requests.
Cross train and learn all activities in order to effectively support the department in the absence of the department manager or other payroll specialists.
Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with employees, executive management, co-workers, and outside agencies to promote a quality service image.

Qualifications & Requirements:
Over 2 years payroll experience and/or equivalent business experience
Experience with full-cycle in-house payroll processing is required. Union payroll experience is desired.
Ability to adapt and embrace change in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to develop strong cross functional relationships.
Accounting or office experience a plus
Good oral and written communication skills required
Advanced Office Skills
Good customer service skills

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