18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Payroll Analyst – Al-Ahsa
It is expected that the Payroll Analyst would be able to work well with both internal and external stakeholders, as well as take part in projects aimed at improving payroll systems and procedures. All parts of the payroll cycle, including tax, benefits, wage attachment, etc., must be handled, processed, reconciled and audited in a timely and correct manner by the payroll administrator.
Job Title : Payroll Analyst
Location : Al-Ahsa, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 34.11 per hour.
Company : BridgePoint Associates
Job Type : Full-Time
- Interact with business users to acquire and clarify business requirements, then transform them into system functionality using best practices and offering suggestions.
- Work closely with Human Resources personnel on monthly payroll-related activities, such as contract pay, BenefitFocus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, extra pay eforms, contract pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and resolution.
- Resolve questions and concerns from customers, both internal and external, including state and federal authorities. Reconcile and report on ADHOC data, and provide correct information. Conduct monthly, quarterly, and annual closing payroll reports; before delivering to internal/external customers (excluding EDD, IRS, vendors, auditors, CSMC management, etc.), administer quality review; analyze transactions; resolve discrepancies; and make key observations and/or recommendations as needed…. Resolve questions and concerns from customers, both internal and external. Reconcile and report on ADHOC data. Conduct monthly, quarterly, and annual closing payroll reports; before delivering to internal/external customers (excluding EDD, IRS, vendors, auditors, CSMC management, etc.), administer quality review; analyze transactions; resolve discrepancies; and provide key observations and/or recommendations as required.
- Serve as a technical resource for District workers and others about payroll processes; answer to queries, resolve difficulties, disagreements, and inconsistencies, and give technical knowledge about relevant transactions, records, laws, regulations, and policies and procedures.
- It is the responsibility of this individual to handle the company’s bi-weekly payroll. Create each task, check the results, and repair any faults before going on to the next stage.
- Payroll preparation and generation for all District workers, including tax, social security, unemployment insurance, and retirement withholding. Employee records for taxes, benefits, membership fees and other deductible expenses should be updated throughout the district. Work out the tax burdens and make modifications as necessary.
- Employee status changes are noted in the system to identify whether modifications are required when workers are transferred, promoted, demoted, or become full-time or part-time.
- The ability to preserve detailed and secret accounting and bookkeeping records is an absolute need for everyone working in payroll administration.
- Conduct regular audits of employee absence records to ensure that all pertinent information is accurate and in line with company policy and practice. Follow through with improvements if they’re required to guarantee data conformity in reporting and systems.
- Predict the cost of salaries and benefits for budgeting and negotiations; A thorough control sheet for each payroll cycle is essential for budgetary purposes.
- Knowledge of the following Workday modules is a plus, but not required, for the position of Workday analyst: Payroll, benefits, wages, bonuses, and other types of payment are all part of Human Capital Management (HCM).
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting or business, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that would include the majority of the requirements listed below, is required. Alternatively, the majority of the requirements could be met through an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Prior experience with time-reporting systems and procedures is highly recommended. A familiarity with union contracts is a plus, but is not required. Exceptional ability to express ideas clearly and persuasively both orally and in writing, as well as strong interpersonal and customer service abilities.
- This program has two levels. To get to Level 2, you need three years of experience, and to get to Level 3, you need five years of experience, including processing garnishments.
- processing of payroll, beginning with time capture and ending with final payroll tax payments Knowledge in automated payroll systems is required, preferably with SAP, and SAP expertise is preferred.