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Sr. Payroll Processor

Overview Austin Industrial, Inc. is a leading General Contractor that provides construction, maintenance, turnaround, specialty, and plant services within the oil, gas, chemical, power, and manufacturing industries.  We are currently seeking an experienced Sr. Payroll Processor. This position is responsible for ensuring salaried and craft payroll for the Austin Industrial group of companies is processed in accordance with the weekly schedule.  Position also addresses employee-owner payroll related questions and resolves payroll issues in a timely manner.   This position is based in the La Porte, TX corporate office. Responsibilities 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     Qualifications           Education and Experience Five years payrollexperience 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  2546
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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