POSITION TITLE: PAYROLL SUPERVISOR
DEPARTMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Loyola University New Orleans is currently seeking a Payroll Supervisor to direct and supervise the activities of the Payroll staff and oversees all payroll processes for the university. Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, this position plans, develops, and implements, with the approval of the HR Director, progressive methodologies in payroll processes and related policies and procedures. This position will also ensure that payroll processes are cost effective, comply with legal requirements, and meet employee needs. In addition, this position is responsible for all tax filing (Forms 941, W-2, 23 multi-state filings, etc.) and personnel information systems (i.e., filing, records retention, etc.).
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Possess a BA/BS degree; CPP designation (Certified Payroll Professional); min of 3 years diversified payroll experience; min of 3 years HRIS experience (i.e. various automated payroll/HRIS applications); min of 2 years supervisory experience, ability to problem solve; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel and Word; multi-state tax filing and various reporting requirements; excellent written and oral communication skills; organizational skills.
Preferred Qualifications: MS/MBA; experience with QWS3270 IA-Plus payroll system (2 versions prior to Banner); experience in a higher education environment and experience with system conversions.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Physical ability to complete the above duties with or without reasonable accommodations, Ability to lift, move and carry up to 15 lbs., Ability to stoop and bend, Able to sit at computer screen for 4 hours or more when necessary.
EMAIL RESUMES TO: RESUMES@LOYNO.EDU
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