The Payroll Specialist is responsible for accurately and efficiently processing weekly and bi-weekly payrolls. Our ideal candidate will have strong communication skills, is great with numbers and can be trusted with sensitive information. This position also includes coordination with the HR Department of all payroll changes and support of day to day activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Maintain associate payroll records including compensation, deductions, benefits and PTO within financial software.
- Ensure that associate payroll is processed accurately and timely.
- Review payroll deduction and benefit transactions for accuracy.
- Prepare calculations and submissions of payroll taxes and benefit expenses.
- Review and process associate expense reports.
- Respond to payroll queries from associates in a timely manner.
- Maintain associate confidence by keeping information confidential.
- Support for external audits
- Support HR activities as it relates to benefits and staffing.
- Collaborate with HR and Accounting Teams
Education and Training:
- Associates degree in accounting or related field. Bachelor’s degree in accounting preferred.
Knowledge and Experience:
- 2+ years experience in accounting/payroll (prefer experience working for a general contractor).
- Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office based applications.
- Experience with eCMS or CMIC a plus.
Skills and Abilities:
- Client/Customer Focus—committed to meeting the needs of Associates and providing exceptional service.
- Peer Relationships—Gains the trust and support of other Associates through collaborative approaches and clear communication
- Priority Setting—Prioritizing all job responsibilities and adjusting to any challenges that could impact that all job tasks are performed accurately and timely.
- Composure—is calm under pressure, has a calming influence in a crisis, and does not become defensive or irritable when times are difficult. Maintains a professional image at all times
- Analytic abilities—ability to investigate, understand, and make appropriate recommendations to correct and improve processes.
About Weis Builders
Weis Builders, established in 1939, has maintained a reputation for building solid relationships. We have continued to exceed client’s expectations with our versatility, responsiveness, talented associates, and progressive attitude. Weis Builders excels in various markets, including multi-family, senior living, student living hospitality, health care, retail, and commercial. We support the development needs of our clients by providing delivery methods such as general contracting, design/build, and construction management.
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