Essential Functions

  • Manages payroll processing and timekeeping to ensure employee understanding of and compliance with company policies and practices.
  • Calculates timesheets, verifying available time off, data entry, running of appropriate reports and distribution of the payroll to the employees.
  • Manages the preparation and distribution of hourly and salaried payrolls for single or multiple locations to ensure employees receive timely and accurate payments.
  • Answer all employees' questions concerning the payroll and individual paystubs.
  • Oversees the withholding of federal, state and local taxes, Social Security contributions, contribution to employee benefit programs, and other deductions to ensure proper government reporting and compliance.
  • Reviews additions and changes to the computerized payroll system such as changes in salary, benefits, or tax withholding to ensure records are accurate and current.
  • Oversees any irregular payments such as bonus payments to ensure adherence to company budget guidelines.
  • Manages the compilation and filing of required reports for relevant government agencies, insurance carriers, other companies and individual employees to meet government and other reporting requirements.
  • Serves as liaison with other departments, units, or locations to resolve payroll issues and concerns in accordance with company guidelines.
  • Calculation of variabilities, registration, cancellation and modifications in the IDSE system.
  • Make sure that time and attendance data and other payroll interfaces are correct.
  • · Excellent customer service to Mexican operating units and corporate finance, ensuring all reporting deadlines are achieved and accounting policies and practices adhered to.
  • Knowledge of internal controls and corporate accounting policies and practices.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting or related field preferred
  • 2-4 Years of related experience in Mexican Payroll processing.
  • Experience working with payroll and tax laws & forms
  • Experience working with generally accepted accounting principles and accounting software: Contpaq, Fortia and TRESS payroll systems preferred
  • Proficient in Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Experience using the SUA program and employees annual tax return calculations
  • Bilingual English/Spanish 60%

Additional Qualifications

  • Good personal computer and business solutions software skills
  • Good communication skills to interact with employees and senior management
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • High legal and ethical standards
  • Able to maintain a focus on continuous process improvement
  • Excellent customer service in a demanding work environment.