• Senior Director of Payroll

    Locación US-CA-MCCLELLAN
    ID de Trabajo
    Corporate Leadership Jobs
    Tiempo Completo
  • Descripción

    SBM Management is currently looking to hire a Senior Director of Payroll to join their team! 


    • Oversee and manage staff to accurately process payroll for over 8,000 employees on a biweekly basis, including hourly and salaried employees.
    • Serves as the principal lead for payroll to identify, track, research, resolve, communicate and implement fixes, including data audits and payroll testing
    • Evaluates existing processes and provides recommendations for process improvements through collaboration with Management and Payroll team members
    • Administers payroll procedures for all domestic and international employees
    • Ensure payroll tax payments are in compliance with applicable federal, state and local tax laws.
    • Maintain necessary vendor relationships and compliance.
    • Partners with other departments heads to improve overall employee experience
    • Leverage company technology to improve time and attendance and recording enhancements
    • Ensure strong controls and reporting of payroll data for data analytics domestically and internationally
    • Promote and develop employees
    • Project management


    • Will have strong payroll experience ideally gained from managing centralized payrolls for multiple operations, including international
    • Bachelor's degree ideally. Masters/MBA is preferred
    • Excellent interpersonal and written, verbal communication skills. With the ability to interact with not only team members but also all levels of the organization and external organizations
    • Knowledge of federal and state payroll regulations 
    • Have strong Analytical skills, preferably by utilization of technology
    • Competency with appropriate office software tools including use of Payroll Systems, etc.

    Available Shift:  Full Time


    Compensation:  Depends on experience 

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