Payroll Analyst

Job Description

The Payroll Analyst is responsible for preparing, processing, and reconciling various complex payroll transactions, including pre-payroll processing preparation and post-payroll processing adjustments and corrections. Complete tasks using various timekeeping applications as well as University payroll and financial applications. Provide payroll policy interpretation and enforcement for clients served by the HR and Payroll Center, Administration North (HRPCN.) Provide support in the processing of biweekly and monthly payroll processing and assist clients in meeting submission deadlines. Perform post audit review of payroll related transactions. Process special awards and payments, account reconciliation, and assist with fiscal closing. Process terminal vacation pay for separating employees and special rush payments.

This position is also responsible for creating and analyzing complex ad hoc reports on a regular basis in order to disseminate information, recognize trends, enforce policy and guidelines, and foresee possible problems that may arise. Provide administrative support with special accounting procedures such as work study; leave accrual program monitoring and reconciliation; and the Glacier Online Tax Compliance System”
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Incumbent will log and distribute hotel guest, hotel management, and hotel executive’s messages, as well as handling of guest and wake-up calls. Meet department standards regarding dialogue and customer courtesy. Monitor engineering calls and provides accurate information to appropriate authorities during emergencies.

This role may be called upon to back-up the front desk or other administrative positions within the front office. Responsibilities include general clerical work, potential guest interaction, customer service, handling correspondence and in carrying out a variety of routine administrative tasks, including composing/responding to emails, filing, data entry, faxing, and photocopying.

Working with frequent interruptions, incumbent must independently set priorities and complete functions, using deadline schedules, manuals, office procedures and guidelines.