Position available in the Division of Fiscal Accounting Services. Responsible for preparing the County’s bi-weekly and monthly payrolls; maintains and monitors an automated timekeeping system; prepares the forms and invoices for payment for payroll deductions; compiles information and prepares reports associated with payroll expenditures.
High school graduate or equivalent supplemented by college level courses in bookkeeping or accounting, and 4 years of experience in all phases of payroll processing, or any combination of education and experience.
Requires thorough knowledge of accepted payroll principles and practices, and tax deposit rules and regulations.
Must have general knowledge of the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act; laws governing levies and garnishments, and other deductions from wages.
Experience with employee benefits and generally accepted accounting principles specifically those related to payroll processing required.
Must be proficient using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access software and in the use of automated payroll and time/attendance systems.
Experience using Munis financial software, and Kronos time and attendance highly desired.
This position is considered to be essential (County designation as ALPHA). In the event of an emergency/inclement weather conditions, the incumbent is expected to remain at the worksite or to report to worksite in accordance with the department’s standard operating procedures, or as notified by a supervisor.
Must be physically able to operate a variety of automated office machines which includes a computer, typewriter, adding machine, fax machine, copier, etc. Work involves some stooping or bending to retrieve files, writing in order to take notes on claims, some carrying of printouts, books, and files, generally weighing no more than 10 lbs, and pushing and pulling drawers open and closed. Work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for periods of time.