Payroll Analyst III
? Oversee the payroll process by maintaining the payroll audit database. Through advanced understanding of database structure, resolve tier 2 problems. Create new databases and complex queries. Troubleshoot errors associated with general ledger and other financial systems.
? Interface, reconcile and process payroll information received from outside sources and vendors. Ensure quality control of employee data and financial information as well as preserve data integrity of vendor data (ADP payroll feeds).
? Maintain database of reports, account reconciliation of payroll data for accounting department.
? Create ad hoc reports, implement adjustments to existing reports (as needed) and provide data analysis to the Human Resources and Payroll departments. Monitors and maintains data analysis between payroll and HR.
? Assist in quarter-end and year-end processes, implement and maintain taxable wages audit for taxes. Research and resolve any discrepancies by making adjustments within the payroll system.
Job complexity may vary among jobs within this job level and will align with one of the job complexities listed below:
(1) Incumbent has knowledge and experience in own discipline and may still be acquiring higher level knowledge and skills. Incumbent builds knowledge of the organization, processes and customers, solves a range of straightforward problems, and analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures. A moderate level of guidance and direction is provided.
(2) Incumbent has extensive knowledge and experience in own discipline, possesses strong knowledge of the organization, processes and customers, solves a range of complex problems, and analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures. Limited guidance and direction is provided.
Experience / Education
Typically requires a 4 year degree and a minimum of 5 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience; or equivalent work experience.