Location: 13 Locations Across Canada
Works from: Virtual/Home office
Pay: $55,000 – $65,000
Certificates Required: Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) or Certified payroll Manager (CPM) certification with 3-5 years of progressive experience in full-cycle payroll & benefits administration in a complex environment (i.e. multi-province, payroll & benefits, full-time/part-time hourly and salaried staff, regular and overtime hours, etc.).
Number of Years of Previous Experience Required: 3-5 years of progressive experience in full-cycle payroll & benefits administration in a complex environment (i.e. multi-province, payroll & benefits, full-time/part-time hourly and salaried staff, regular and overtime hours, etc.).
- Full cycle bi-weekly and monthly payroll for multiple entities; salary and hourly payroll
- Processing payroll for multiple entities
- Payroll data migration
- Review timesheets of hourly employees, ensuring that hours are accurately captured and allocated to the appropriate projects, and overtime is properly calculated based on provincial legislation.
- Maintain and update employee files and payroll records; new hires, terminations, transfers etc.
- Prepare month and year end accruals and reconciliations for all payroll general ledger accounts
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of payroll documentation and transactions.
- Prepare various management reports and analysis for accounting and auditing purposes.
- Support Year End audit with preparing working papers for payroll accounts
- Year End T4 preparation
- Handle and resolve payroll discrepancies and answer employee questions related to payroll information
- Work with HR to review and recommend improvements to existing payroll procedures
- Manage administration of benefits plan for employees (enrollments, terminations, and inquiries)
- Audit benefit invoices for payroll deductions and payment approval
- Additional tasks as requested
- Background in Human Resources Management, Accounting and/or Bookkeeping are assets.
- Previous hands-on experience in calculating hourly pay and overtime across multiple provinces.
- Knowledge of employment standards and other relevant provincial employment legislation.
- Working knowledge of in-house payroll systems; SAGE and Ceridian
- Intermediate MS Excel skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong interpersonal skills; must be a people person
- Strong customer service skills
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information
- Payroll certification or in progress of completing certification is required