Seeking a high performing HR professional to fill a Payroll & Benefits/HR Generalist role in supporting a thriving Non-Profit organization under the supervision of the HR Director. In this dynamic and fast-paced environment, you will partner and collaborate with Managers and team members to reach organizational objectives while applying HR solutions in a proactive manner. The ability to build relationships, exercise good judgment is critical in this role. The successful candidate should demonstrate an understanding of how Payroll, Benefits and HR process improvements work.
• Managing end to end bi-weekly payroll processing and timekeeping for employees
• Understand all aspects of payroll in regard to payroll laws and regulations
• Manage workflow to ensure all payroll transactions are processed timely and accurately
• Conducting 401K audits and processes, as well as auditing staff and client files
• Ability to collaborate with external benefits brokers to administer and support employee inquiries and policy options
• Provide excellent customer service to employees: in the areas of compensation, taxes, benefits, how to clock in/out, how to request time off and how to change benefits
• Keep track of hour rates, wages, compensation benefit rates, new hire information etc.
• Prepare reports for upper management, finance department etc.
• Supporting managers to increase understanding and application of HR processes
• Responding to employee inquiries in a timely manner
• Execute time and attendance processing and interface with payroll
• The standard principles, theories, concepts, and techniques based on an established body of knowledge.
• Possesses good working knowledge and demonstrated ability utilizing systems, tools, and procedures to accomplish the job.
• Working knowledge of payroll best practices
• Strong knowledge of federal and state regulations
• Strong PC knowledge including proficiency in Excel
• Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Business, or other related fields (Required)
• Payroll Processing: 3 years (Required)
• Benefits Administration: 3 years (Required)
• Human Resources: 2 years (Preferred)
Job Duties: · Entry of timecard information for all employees, verify accuracy of data, process/distribute paychecks and manage direct deposits · Run/file all backup reports (including certified payroll reports) · Process weekly tax and 401K payments · Update employee records as necessary · Process quarterly reports (Withholdings, Unemployment, related 941) · Process annual reports (W-2, business license renewals, 401K Census, Worker’s Comp Review) · Providing information and answering employee questions about payroll related matters · Maintain employee records · Coordinate with HR department to ensure accurate employee data · Provide administrative assistance to the accounting department as needed
Candidate Qualifications: · High school Diploma/GED required (Degree in business admin or accounting preferred) · 2+ years of payroll and/or job cost accounting experience · Proficiency in Microsoft Office · Strong numerical aptitude and attention to detail · Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written · Good time management and organizational skills · Able to prioritize and multitask effectively and work confidently in a team environment
What We Offer: · Generous compensation and bonus packages · Two weeks paid-time-off (PTO) · In-House Professional Development · Paid Holidays · Full range of benefits including dental and vision insurance, 401(k), flexible savings, 100% employer-paid medical, life, short and long-term disability, and AD&D insurance; and Health Enhancement Programs
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Benefits & Payroll Administrator is $51,405 per year or $25 per hour. The highest paying Benefits & Payroll Administrator jobs have a salary over $66,000 per year while the lowest paying Benefits & Payroll Administrator jobs pay $39,000 per year
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