29 Jan 2023
Full-Time Senior Payroll Administrator – Nabha
It is expected that the Payroll Analyst would be able to work well with both internal and external stakeholders, as well as take part in projects aimed at improving payroll systems and procedures. All parts of the payroll cycle, including tax, benefits, wage attachment, etc., must be handled, processed, reconciled and audited in a timely and correct manner by the payroll administrator.
Job Title : Senior Payroll Administrator
Location : Nabha, Punjab, India
Salary : $ 34.2 per hour.
Company : Yext
Job Type : Full-Time
- Maintain a range of intricate and secret accounting and bookkeeping records relating salary payments and deductions. Perform a number of technical and confidential tasks linked to the processing and administration of employee payroll.
- Keep correct balances of payroll expenses for reconciliation with the District’s budget; maintain a thorough control sheet for each payroll quarter.
- Employee data in areas of Absence Management Plans is monitored and audited to ensure that it is accurate and fulfills compliance policy and procedure standards. Determine if changes are required and implement them to guarantee data compliance within reporting/systems.
- Responsible for the organization’s biweekly payroll runs, including initiating, monitoring, processing, and auditing. Before going on to the next phase in the processing, set up each task, audit the outcomes, and examine the mistakes to identify remedial action and balance.
- Research and answer customer demands, including state and federal authorities. Prepare ADHOC reports with correct information. Run month-end, quarterly, and year-end closing payroll reports; before distributing to internal/external customers (not including EDD, IRS, suppliers, auditors, CSMC management, etc.), assess transactions, resolve inconsistencies, and make relevant observations and/or suggestions as appropriate.
- Resolve issues and discrepancies, and provide technical information on transactions, documents, rules and procedures that are related to the inquiry.
- Employee status changes are logged in the system to determine whether adjustments are needed to move employees into and out of different pay plans when they are moved, promoted, degraded, or full-time or part-time.
- Work directly with HR employees on monthly payroll procedures such as contract pay, BenefitFocus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, extra pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and resolution.
- Prepare and generate payroll for all District employees, including tax and social security withholdings. Tax, benefit, and other deductible spending records should be updated throughout the district. Determine the tax loads and make any required adjustments.
- Communicate with business users to acquire and clarify business needs, then translate them into system functionality.
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting or business is necessary, or a comparable combination of education and experience. A mix of education and experience might also fulfill most of the criteria.
- Level 2 needs three or more years, whereas Level 3 requires five or more years of recent, growing experience in relevant analytic and reporting tasks, including garnishment processing.
- 2-4 years’ experience in an analytical function using Workday; familiarity with these modules is preferred: HR, payroll, benefits, wages, talent, recruitment, learning.
- payroll processing from time entry to final payroll tax payments Ability to work with SAP and experience with computerized payroll systems are also needed qualifications.
- Prior experience with time-reporting systems and procedures is highly recommended. A familiarity with union contracts is a plus, but is not required. Exceptional ability to express ideas clearly and persuasively both orally and in writing, as well as strong interpersonal and customer service abilities.