Payroll Analyst

Job Description
The Payroll Analyst position is based in San Francisco and reports to the Sr Global Payroll Manager. The role is responsible for the administration of the day to day payroll operations and accuracy of the payroll system data to deliver the company's semi-monthly and bi-weekly payrolls. This position will also serve as a backup for the Sr Global Payroll Manager, be a key employee resource for payroll matters and will perform other related duties as required.

You will:

Process multi states payroll and multiple countries ensuring compliance with international and domestic rules, regulations and laws

Process termination payment according to state requirements

Process new hire set up (I.e. state and local tax, time and attendance profile)

Process 401k and other benefits funding after each payroll cycle

Process off- cycle payrolls (Relocation, commission, etc)

Support In-pat and Ex-Pat payroll tax inquiries for the global mobility team

Process the secondee employee population and shadow payrolls

Partner with other Senior Analyst and Sr Global Payroll Manager on the implementation of new technology to streamline Global Payroll Processing

Audit data integrity between Workday HRIS and ADP Workforce Now Payroll to ensure both systems are in sync on a per pay payroll cycle

Audit International Payroll Data to ensure accurate payments are processed timely

Audit payrolls bi-weekly and semi monthly cycles before submitting to Sr Global Payroll manager for final release of payments

Partner with Senior Analyst to provide accurate W2's and International countries W2 equivalents

Qualifications
You have:

Minimum 5+ years experience of global payroll processing (countries located in EMEA and APAC)

Proficient in MS Excel including advanced formulas functions (Vlookups, Pivot tables, IF statements)

10+ years of payroll experience and knowledgeable of wage and hourly laws

Working knowledge with ADP Workforce Now, and Workday

Experience with federal, state, local statutory and worker's compensation payroll audits

Knowledge of SOX controls

Excellent verbal and written communications skills

Strong ability to maintain confidentiality to payroll and other employee personal information

Excellent problem solving skills, analytical mindset with good judgement and high level of attention to details and accuracy

Independent and able to work with minimum supervision

Excellent organization skills; ability to handle multiple priorities within deadlines is required

CPP certification preferred

Additional Information
At Square, we value diversity and always treat all employees and job applicants based on merit, qualifications, competence, and talent. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

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