Payroll Practitioner I
Maintains financial and payroll records and processes transaction documents. Performs skilled clerical accounting operations such as: double checks and ensures computerized computation of earnings, deductions and benefit payments for employees are accurate in order to generate paychecks; maintains multiple account registers, ensures transactions are accurate, consistent, and conforms to procedures and regulations. Provides a wide range of skilled accounting or bookkeeping functions to include reconciles accounts, posts information and balances general and/or subsidiary ledgers, or other financial records. May perform audits of time cards, payroll registers or tab runs. Handles routine payroll and accounting problems or complaints.
Calculates and audits overtime, shift differential and other special adjustments and rates for computer and/or manual records; calculates tax deductions, benefits and other deductions for unusual or changed payroll data.
Confers with management and employees on special payroll or financial transaction problems.
Provides customer service by answering telephone inquiries and providing assistance or directing to the appropriate department.
Responds to correspondence, contacts vendors and other service providers to resolve issues.
Performs a variety of financial duties such as: tracks expenditures and account balances, prepares journal entries and reconciles multiple accounts, and prepares and maintains payroll files and records, credit card transactions, bills.
Maintains knowledge of pay regulations and applies taxation laws and guidelines as they apply to assigned area.
Distributes paychecks and helps employees understand payroll calculations and deductions, investigating problems and making appropriate corrections.
Educates management in preparation of timecards and the relevant federal and state pay requirements.
Responds to requests for information regarding accounts or payroll, conducts research and resolves problems.
Receives information for direct deposit payments and coordinates with banks to make such deposits.
Compiles data and prepares statistical reports using a variety of systems.
Reviews and mails termination checks and financial reports.
Provides a wide variety of clerical support functions such as: opens and routes incoming mail; distributes correspondence and other materials to department staff; processes work orders and maintains calendars; pulls information for auditors.
Assists in the care and maintenance of department equipment and supplies.
Operates a personal computer, calculator, FAX machine, copy machine or related office machinery in performing assigned duties.
Adheres to and supports team members in exhibiting TMCH values of integrity, community, compassion, and dedication.
Adheres to TMC organizational and department-specific safety, confidentiality, values and standards.
Performs related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Associate's degree in Accounting from two-year College or technical school preferred; or an equivalent combination of relevant education and training.
EXPERIENCE: One (1) to two (2) years of accounting, payroll processing, or related bookkeeping experience.
LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION: None required.