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Payroll Analyst

Payroll Analyst

job details:

  • location:Charles Town, WV

  • salary:$55,000 - $80,000 per year

  • date posted:Thursday, October 18, 2018

  • experience:4 Years

  • job type:Permanent

  • industry:Educational Services

  • reference:443915

  • questions:410-752-5244.

job description

Payroll Analyst

job summary:

Payroll Anaylst

$55-80K

Charles Town, WV

Our client, a successful, publicly traded organization with a feed-good mission, is seeking a Payroll Analyst to join their team! This role has fantastic visibility with the sophisticated management team and will join a well-established payroll department.

location: Charles Town, West Virginia

job type: Permanent

salary: $55,000 - 80,000 per year

work hours: 9 to 5

education: Bachelor's degree

experience: 4 Years

responsibilities:

Responsibilities:

  • Processes include payroll administration, cash and non-cash compensation processing, W-2 processing, payroll tax filing, audit support ad various reporting

  • Develop and implement payroll policies, processes and system enhancements

  • Analyze complex transactions to assess risks and eliminate future occurrence

  • Oversee daily, monthly, quarterly and year-end payroll process

qualifications:

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree preferred

  • CPP preferred

  • 4+ years of payroll experience experience

  • Experience processing payroll for large (2000+ employee) companies

  • Understanding of tax reporting requirements around payroll required

All qualified candidates should send their resume to Kerry. Pachino@randstadusa. com .

skills: Payroll - 1 - 50

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.



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