Payroll Administrator

Reports to: Manager, Finance
Company: Canadian Premier
Location: Toronto Office

Description

We are currently seeking a full-time Payroll Administrator/ Financial Analyst position who will support the various maintenance and administration of payroll and accounting processing in the Ceridian Payroll Environment. This position will report to the Manager of Finance.

Responsibilities
  • Responsible for accurate and timely processing of payroll for salaried and hourly employees within three separate but related companies.
  • Process salary increases, bonuses, etc. in accordance with company policies and in conjunction with our Human Resources Department.
  • Ensure compliance to all employment legislation and regulatory guidelines such as EHT, CPP, EI, Income Tax, and benefit contributions, etc. including any Federal and Provincial Reporting and filing.
  • Maintain up to date employee files by processing changes such as new hires, terminations, salary increases etc. ensuring confidentiality.
  • Administer year-end payroll processing and tax forms as needed.
  • Keep current with federal/provincial legislation and changes, along with best practices in order to ensure the payroll program is compliant and effective.
  • Prepare appropriate monthly reconciliations as assigned including payroll accounts and relevant GL accounts.
  • Provide financial information to enable preparation of the annual budget and forecasts.
  • Liaise with payroll service providers, employees and auditors.
  • Support accounting team as required, with month end and year end audits.
  • Various accounting functions including reconciliations, reports, requisitions and/or other duties as directed. Focus will be on expenses.
Requirements
  • Completed University degree, and Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) certification required.
  • Experience with and strong knowledge of Ceridian’s payroll system.
  • Excellent communication, organizational and effective interpersonal skills.
  • 3-5 years of experience administering Canadian payroll and benefits.
  • Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, and Outlook.
  • Able to proactively follow up on identified issues and work toward resolutions.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills, combined with good business sense.