27 May 2023
Full-Time Operations Analyst, Payroll Ops – Abeokuta
The Payroll Analyst is responsible for a variety of technical and confidential duties related to the processing and administration of employee payroll; ensuring that employees are paid accurately and on time, as well as ensuring District compliance with applicable laws, guidelines, and mandates; and preparing, processing, maintaining, and ensuring the accuracy of a variety of employee information, records, and reports.
Job Title : Operations Analyst, Payroll Ops
Location : Abeokuta, Ogun, Nigeria
Salary : $ 33.81 per hour.
Company : Open Systems Technologies
Job Type : Full-Time
- In addition to interacting with customers, resolving issues, and inconsistencies, and providing technical expertise, you must also be able to communicate effectively.
- Directly collaborate with HR staff on monthly payroll operations such as contract pay, BenefitFocus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, additional pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and resolution.
- When transfers, promotions, demotions, full-time or part-time changes, and status changes are entered into the system, determine whether modifications are needed to shift workers into and out of various pay plans.
- Interact with business users to acquire and clarify business needs, and convert requirements into system functionality using best practices and offering suggestions to guarantee optimum system operation.
- Monitor data accuracy and conformance to standards by conducting follow-ups with staff as necessary. To ensure that the data in reports and systems is compliant, determine if any revisions are needed and then make them.
- Engaged in a broad variety of operations related to employee pay processing and administration, including the upkeep of complex and confidential accounting/bookkeeping records.
- All District employees’ tax, social security, unemployment insurance, and retirement withholdings are prepared and generated. Update employee tax, benefit, membership, and other deductible cost data districtwide. Modify tax loads as needed.
- Resolve questions and concerns from customers, both internal and external, including state and federal authorities. Reconcile and report on ADHOC data, and provide correct information. Conduct monthly, quarterly, and annual closing payroll reports; before delivering to internal/external customers (excluding EDD, IRS, vendors, auditors, CSMC management, etc.), administer quality review; analyze transactions; resolve discrepancies; and make key observations and/or recommendations as needed…. Resolve questions and concerns from customers, both internal and external. Reconcile and report on ADHOC data. Conduct monthly, quarterly, and annual closing payroll reports; before delivering to internal/external customers (excluding EDD, IRS, vendors, auditors, CSMC management, etc.), administer quality review; analyze transactions; resolve discrepancies; and provide key observations and/or recommendations as required.
- In this position, the payroll is handled twice a month. Begin by creating each task, checking the results, then correcting any mistakes.
- Maintain correct balances of payroll expenses for reconciliation with the District’s budget.
- Level 2 needs 3+ years of recent analytical and reporting experience, including garnishment processing. Level 3 requires 5+ years.
- At least two to four years of relevant experience in an analytical capacity employing Workday, preferably in one of the following modules: Human capital management (HCM), payroll, benefits, compensation, recruitment, and education all fall under this umbrella term.
- It’s a plus if you’ve worked with time-tracking systems before. Experience working under a union contract is an asset, but it is not essential. Personal and customer service qualities are complemented by excellent writing skills.
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting or business, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that would include the majority of the requirements listed below, is required. Alternatively, the majority of the requirements could be met through an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- processing of payroll, beginning with time capture and ending with final payroll tax payments Knowledge in automated payroll systems is required, preferably with SAP, and SAP expertise is preferred.