Payroll Coordinator Job Description

payroll coordinator job description includes a detailed overview of the key requirements, duties, responsibilities, and skills for this role.

Last update : July 14, 2023

Payroll Coordinator Job Description

Payroll coordinators manage payroll, check time and attendance, process payroll reports, and process taxes.

Process monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll reports Oversees time card and attendance systems Review and verify the accuracy of time cards, attendance reports, and paycheck stubs Prepares, processes, and files payroll tax returns Provides payroll services to employees Prepares paychecks for company employees Instructs employees about the company’s payroll policies

Job Brief:

We’re looking for a Payroll Coordinator who is organized and detail-oriented, with a strong knowledge of payroll laws and regulations. The Payroll Coordinator will be responsible for processing payroll for all employees, ensuring accurate and timely payment of wages and taxes. The Payroll Coordinator will also maintain employee records and prepare reports as needed.

Payroll Coordinator Duties:

  • Process payroll according to company policies
  • Maintain employee records and files
  • Process payroll in a timely manner
  • Maintain records of employee payroll history
  • Develop policies regarding payroll and compensation

Payroll Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Open and sort payroll checks and mail them out
  • Process employees’ time cards, including hourly, salaried, commission, bonus, and overtime
  • Process or verify vacation and sick time
  • Process or verify payroll deductions, including taxes
  • Create and file W-2s and 1099s
  • Maintain employee records, including personal data, contact information, compensation history, benefits, and payroll deductions
  • Payroll reports
  • Conduct audits and reconciles employee payroll records
  • Perform other duties as needed, including data entry, filing, and special projects

Requirements And Skills:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook)
  • Knowledge of Payroll processes, laws, and regulations
  • Experience using QuickBooks
  • Knowledge of state and federal tax rules and regulations
  • Experience with paper and electronic payroll processing systems

At [Company Name], we believe that diversity and inclusion are key to a successful team. We encourage applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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