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Payroll Specialist

Company: EOCFWA - Educational Opportunities for Children an
Location: Vancouver
Posted on: May 23, 2023

Job Description:

Covid vaccine recommendedconnect empower transformThe Payroll Specialist is responsible for preparing and processing in-house, full-cycle payroll for an average of 260 non-profit agency employees. The Payroll Specialist II role is benefited and scheduled for 30-36 hours per week and up to 1872 hours per year. The fully qualified pay rate is $24.74 per hour. This is an in-office position. The schedule is flexible and can be discussed during the interview and/or hiring process. Great opportunity for qualified applicants with varying schedules and availability.Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision- Plans as low as $0.00 out of your paycheck! Paid time off/sick leave Paid holidays EOCF will pay for required education Paid STARS trainings Paid CPR/First Aid training Employee Assistance Program $20,000 Basic Life Insurance Voluntary STD,LTD, and additional life insurance 401K- 3% annual employer contribution Quarterly passes to Columbia Sportswear employee store. Please create a Merit account and submit an application for the Portable Background Check. It can be found in the application tab once you create the account. Schedule and complete fingerprints when you receive the email prompting you to do so. EducationTwo years of college or business school preferred with major course work in accounting. High School diploma and four years of comparable payroll experience may be substituted for preferred education requirement. However, this experience must be in addition to, and not a substitute for experience requirement identified below.ExperienceTwo years of experience in the accounting field. Experience with processing in house payroll required.Knowledge of1. Principles and practices of payroll administration, record keeping and reporting.2. Accounting principles and practices.3. Job costing and/or cost allocation methodology.4. State and Federal tax regulations and reporting requirements.5. Knowledge of grant fund accounting is highly desirable, but not required.Ability to:1. Exercise effective management of payroll responsibilities.2. Perform routine and complex accounting functions on deadline under high pressure conditions.3. Use critical thinking to independently problem solve on an ongoing daily basis.4. Complete tasks that display hyper-attention to detail.5. Maintain confidentiality of accurate records and information.6. Work cooperatively with staff, families, and community members from diverse backgrounds7. Demonstrate professional and effective written and verbal communication skills.8. Attend appropriate staff meetings and out-of-town training sessions as assigned.EOCF is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Keywords: EOCFWA - Educational Opportunities for Children an, Vancouver , Payroll Specialist, Human Resources , Vancouver, Washington

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