Job Description:


Payroll Specialist reports to the Payroll Supervisor/Payroll Manager and performs daily operations under direction of the Payroll Supervisor/Manager.

Activities include, but are not limited to:
research and review of payroll input and output; processing of earnings and deductions (voluntary and involuntary); processing payroll for 300+ exempt and non-exempt employees, maintaining and review of all control logs; and preparing special reports as requested by management. In the absence of the supervisor, the payroll processor may assume full responsibility for payroll processing ensuring that all Company Policies and Procedures are followed.



  • A minimum of 3 years of payroll experience is required

  • Two (2) years of college course work or business school with courses in accounting is desirable

  • Knowledge of payroll processing software, ADP Workforce experience is desirable but not required.

  • Experience with LOA's and Garnishment is desirable.

  • Proficient in Excel, including v-look ups and pivot tables.

  • Necessary skills include a broad knowledge of accounting/general office procedures, the ability to learn and perform the functions of all aspects of the Payroll Department, and the ability to follow complex instructions


  • Performs tasks correctly and according to policies and procedures

  • Performs accurate data entry to the centralized payroll system

  • Assists the lead with weekly payroll processing and analysis

  • Reviews and maintains control logs, as assigned, ensuring accurate data and timely responses.

  • May perform the functions of the Payroll Lead in his/her absence

  • Other duties as assigned

Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted and/or changed at the discretion of management.

Associated topics:
benefit, benefit analyst, benefit consultant, compensation analyst, compensation specialist, global compensation, incentive compensation analyst, payroll analyst, salary, specialist

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