This leadership position oversees the payroll function for TMC Health. TMC Health, Southern Arizona's locally governed nonprofit health system, is the corporate entity that includes Tucson Medical Center and TMCOne primary and specialty care practices. This leader m anages, coordinates, and supervises all payroll and compensation to include executive and management incentives and pay policies. Oversees the preparation of timely and accurate internal and external financial reports and coordinates the annual external audit.
Manages staff; interviews, hires and trains; evaluates employee performance; deals with performance problems as appropriate; delegates work assignments effectively.
Manages department budget.
Oversee and manages related payroll records, filing tax reports, voluntary deduction reports, levies and garnishments, documenting and updating procedures and preparing special reports.
Maintains and reconciles payroll deduction systems for health insurance, pension and other benefits; ensures benefit accruals are compiled correctly.
Conducts and assists in the presentation of financial educational sessions.
Manages and oversees the maintenance of individual payroll records, distributes payrolls and prepares W-2 forms and FICA reports.
Assists with Treasury Operations in forecasting cash requirements.
Applies knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and serves as an organizational expert in this area.
Manages employee expense reimbursements and travel advances.
Understands and educates on such issues as Independent Contractor Relationships, 1099 Reporting, and Tax Exemption Status.
Ensures accuracy and filing of assigned federal, state, and other regulatory reports, including 1099 issuance.
Reviews and monitors any existing or new accounting system to provide complete and accurate financial and statistical reports.
Interacts with outside auditors and participates in occasional auditing projects or provide information and access to general ledger and other accounting records as required.
Conducts and assists in presentation of financial educational sessions as assigned.
Manages to productivity management report targets.
Implements and enforces necessary processes and practices to maintain regulatory compliance.
EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Payroll or Economics.
EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of progressively responsible professional payroll experience, including three (3) years of supervisory or management experience.
LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION: None Required