Full-Time P/T HRIS & Payroll Specialist – Luxor
Payroll administration, payroll audit, and best practice payroll procedures are all performed by the Payroll Analyst. Compile, evaluate, and record payroll and associated problems to discover systemic difficulties or mistakes. Answer internal and external payroll questions. Prepare information for external and internal auditors and support internal payroll audits. Reconcile all tax and unemployment responsibility accounts, examine discrepancies, and provide remedies. Responsible for quarterly and year-end payroll tax reporting, research, and resolution. Work with low supervision and considerable discretion. Trains department workers and handles payroll escalations.
Job Title : P/T HRIS & Payroll Specialist
Location : Luxor, Al-Uqṣur, Egypt
Salary : $ 31.05 per hour.
Company : Success Academy
Job Type : Full-Time
- Workers’ status changes are recorded in the system when they are moved, promoted, demoted, full-time or part-time, and it is used to assess if adjustments are needed to shift employees into and out of various pay plans.
- Compute and prepare salary and benefit cost forecasts for budget preparation and collective bargaining commitments; keep correct balances of payroll expenses for budget reconciliation; maintain a thorough control sheet for each payroll cycle.
- 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.
- Perform regular audits of employee absence records to ensure that all pertinent data is accurate and in line with company policies and procedures. If modifications are required, make them as soon as possible so that data in reporting and systems is up-to-date.
- Manage a range of complicated and confidential accounting and bookkeeping records relating salary payments and deductions; perform a number of technical and confidential activities linked to the processing and administration of employee payroll.
- Resolve issues and discrepancies, and provide technical information regarding transactions, records, policies and procedures that are related to each other.
- Contract pay, BenefitFocus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, excess pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and settlement with HR workers.
- Bi-weekly payroll operations are coordinated by someone in this job. Ensure that each activity is completed before moving on to the next step of processing, and correct any errors.
- Communicate with business users to find out and explain their business needs, turn those needs into system functions, and offer suggestions to make sure the system works as well as possible.
- All District employees’ payroll is prepared and generated, including tax, social security, unemployment insurance, and retirement withholding. Throughout the district, employee records for taxes, benefits, membership fees, and other deductible items should be updated. Calculate the tax loads and make any required changes.
- This program has two levels. To get to Level 2, you need three years of experience, and to get to Level 3, you need five years of experience, including processing garnishments.
- Payroll processing starts with time capture and ends with tax payments. Expertise in automated payroll systems is required, with SAP knowledge being preferred.
- Time-reporting methods and processes are desired. Working knowledge of negotiating unit union contracts is desirable. Excellent interpersonal and customer service abilities, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- 2-4 years of relevant experience in an analytical position employing Workday; specialized familiarity with any of the following Workday modules is highly desirable: Human capital management (HCM), payroll, benefits, compensation, recruitment, and education all fall under this broad category of HR services.
- 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.