Payroll Administrator & HRIS Specialist

Company Name:
Nesco Resource
A reputable organization in the Greater Danbury Area is looking for a Payroll Administrator & HRIS Specialist with 3-10 years of payroll and HRIS experience! This company is rapidly growing and are looking for a sharp, confident candidate to fill this newly created position immediately!

Payroll & HRIS Specialist Responsibilities:
Will directly report to the Payroll Manager to maintain information integrity and documentation regarding all payroll functions and departmental procedures.
Process payroll for hourly and salary personnel on time.
Utilize ADP EV5 as a platform to prepare all payroll information.
Will be responsible for processing all new hire paperwork, W-4s, I-9s, direct deposits, payroll corrections, wage verification, garnishments, employee accruals, including all payroll or human resources changes, etcetera.
Will be responsible for contacting ADP as necessary.
Must ensure data integrity and completion upon filing employee documents.
Conduct research as needed to troubleshoot issues.
Provide support to the Accounting staff as needed regarding payroll-related reconciliations.
Provide support to the Human Resources department as needed.
Process audits and run ad hoc reports as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Payroll & HRIS Specialist Requirements:
3-10 years of payroll experience with applicable Human Resources experience as well.
An Associates or Bachelor's degree in Business is preferred.
MUST have multi-state payroll experience. Multi-site payroll is preferred as well.
ADP Enterprise V2 - V5 experience or PCPW experience needed.
Ability to work independently as well as on a team.
Capable of working in a fast paced, ever-changing environment.
Must possess strong
skills in MS Office, especially Excel.
Must demonstrate strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
Must demonstrate strong analytical and resolution skills.
If you are interested, please contact Stephanie Mercurio at 203 456 3945 and send your resume to !

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