Sr. Payroll Processor


  • Processing employee-owner paperwork including but not limited to direct deposit setup, W4 entry, transfers, and terminations
  • Imaging and indexing payroll related documents
  • Reviews and balances assigned weekly job site time batches for posting and reconciling
  • Researches and resolves payroll related questions and issues
  • Respond to and resolve employee-owner payroll and wage related inquiries
  • Process and setup assigned garnishments and other employee deductions and earnings
  • Apply company payroll policies and procedures
  • Weekly printing and distribution of checks and deposit advices
  • Act as back up for other payroll team members
  • Assist in other projects as requested


Education and Experience

  • Five years payroll experience in a multstate, high volume envirnment. Industrial background preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced multi-state environment
  • Basic understanding of multi-state payroll practices and laws preferred
  • Strong sense of follow-up and urgency
  • Experience with Microsoft Access helpful
  • Experience with Viewpoint HR/PR helpful

We offer excellent benefits including medical insurance, dental insurance, matching 401k plan, and we are proud to be a 100% Employee Owned company!

Austin Industrial is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Austin Industrial particpates in E-Verify.

No agency inquiries please.


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