Seeking a fulltime permanent Payroll Administrator to work as part of a collaborative Finance team. Under the guidance of the Controller. This team member will be responsible for delivering excellent customer service and accurate payroll processing utilizing our payroll system, ADP
· Maintain and document all payroll records for over 300 employees
· Verify timekeeping and consult employees about discrepancies
· Review/Verify semi-monthly time and attendance records for both hourly and salaried employees
· Conduct semi-annual audits of all payroll records
· Reconcile general ledger with regards to payroll transactions
· Detect and process issues related to payroll
· Respond to employee inquiries regarding payroll issues or concerns
· Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field preferred
· Minimum 2 years of payroll experience required
· Experience in federal, state and local taxation to include multi-state tax experience
· Understands intricate processing of garnishments and other involuntary deductions
· Ability to process basic functions and formulas in Excel
· Familiarity with payroll software (ADP and PayCor a plus)
· Able to process , protect and exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials
· Strong attention to detail
About Ounce of Prevention Fund
Here’s what we do:
We serve more than 4,000 children and families directly through birth-to-five programs we fund and operate in Chicago as well as through our network of voluntary home visiting programs throughout Illinois.
We integrate the latest research and best theories into our program development efforts.
We train nearly 3,000 community-based early childhood professionals in Illinois each year.
We advocate for state and federal funding for early childhood services that reach hundreds of thousands of children across the country.
We partner with advocacy organizations in 23 states and Washington, DC, to build their capacity to advance policy change and increase public investments in effective birth-to-five programs.
We communicate through publications and other resources to ensure that what we know is translated into understanding that leads to action—in homes, schools, board rooms, and on Capitol Hill.
We design and develop models, curricula, education materials and other programs that help prevent the academic achievement gap and the social problems it can create, including school dropout rates, teenage pregnancy, juvenile crime and chronic health conditions.