18 Mar 2023
Full-Time ADP Vantage – Payroll Analyst – Hajrah
The Payroll Analyst will have strong technical and communication skills, will effectively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, and will participate in system and payroll processing continuous improvement initiatives. Responsible for ensuring that all components of the payroll cycle, such as taxes, benefits, and wage attachments, are processed, reconciled, audited, and submitted properly and on schedule.
Job Title : ADP Vantage – Payroll Analyst
Location : Hajrah, Al Bahah, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 32.88 per hour.
Company : Tapestry
Job Type : Full-Time
- Tax, social security, unemployment insurance, and retirement withholding for all District employees. The district should update employee tax, benefit, membership, and other deductible data. Adjust taxes as needed.
- Pay, Benefits Focus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, excess pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and settlement are HR duties.
- Maintain correct balances of payroll expenses for reconciliation with the District’s budget.
- Answer state and federal demands. Report ADHOC. Run month-end, quarterly, and yearly payroll reports, evaluate transactions, and address discrepancies.
- Maintain open lines of communication with business users in order to ascertain and explain the needs of the company, transform requirements into system functionality, and provide suggestions to guarantee that the system is operating at its maximum potential.
- Payroll runs are initiated, monitored, processed, and audited biweekly. Set up each task, audit outcomes, examine mistakes for remedial action, and balance before moving on.
- Maintaining intricate and private accounting and bookkeeping records as part of a broad range duties related to processing and administering employee pay.
- Monitor and check the employee data in the absence management plans to make sure the data is correct and meets the requirements of the policies and procedures. Find out if any changes need to be made and follow through with those changes to make sure data is correct in reporting and systems.
- Find out if any changes need to be made to move employees into and out of different pay plans when transfers, promotions, demotions, full-time or part-time changes, and other status changes are entered into the system.
- Respond to questions, resolve problems, and inconsistencies in payroll matters; give technical knowledge about connected transactions, records, rules and regulations, policies or processes; and serve as a technical resource to District workers as well as others.
- Level 2 requires three years of relevant experience, while Level 3 requires five years of relevant experience, including garnishment processing.
- The following Workday modules are good to know: Human Capital Management includes payroll, benefits, wages, bonuses, and other forms of pay (HCM).
- Time-reporting systems and processes desired. Work under union contracts recommended. Effective verbal, writing, interpersonal, and customer service abilities.
- payroll processing from time capture through final tax payments Automated payroll systems expertise is essential, and SAP expertise is highly encouraged.
- A Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business, or a comparable combination of education and experience that meets the majority of the criteria mentioned below.