Our client in Abbotsford is looking for the ultimate people person, someone who is happiest when helping their fellow colleagues.
The Payroll/Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for the timely and accurate processing of payroll and benefits and acts as a resource person by conducting activities related to Human Resource operations and support.
Payroll and Benefits:
Complete and verify full-cycle bi-weekly payroll for all union and non-union staff through Payworks, accurately and on time.
Manage payroll data processing and work with finance to ensure reconciliation of G/L payroll account; troubleshoot payroll issues.
Manages and updates HRIS/Time and Attendance, personnel files, and documents with changes to employee status as necessary (i.e., change of address, tax withholding, departmental transfers, rate increases, vacation time, leaves, terminations, benefits, etc.)
Balance and submit reports to Finance for payment of pension contributions, benefits, health tax, WCB, and various other payroll-related expenses.
Handle employee questions and concerns regarding payroll, benefits, pension, etc.
Administer the pension plan including, LTD Start/Stop, Year-End Report, termination reporting, etc.
Process various payroll-related reports, T-4’s and adjustments.
Responds to company correspondence accurately and with urgency in regard to employment matters such as garnishments, child support orders, Employment Insurance claims, and verifications.
Assist with day-to-day operations of the HR functions and duties, including providing clerical and administrative support.
Coordinate with Supervisors/Managers regarding absence management and assist in enforcing the company time and attendance policy, ensuring appropriate documentation accordingly.
Process Criminal Record Checks for onboarding or renewals.
Interpretation and adherence to applicable BCGEU Collective Agreements, the Employment Standards Act, and the Human Rights Code of BC.
Assist in planning, coordinating, and executing employee events.
Maintain employee manuals, policies, and HR documentation as required.
Supports various annual audits.
Performs other HR duties as required.
Skills and Abilities:
In-depth experience using an online payroll system (preferably Payworks)
Strong background in labour relations, change management, compensation, and benefits
Knowledge of applicable HR legislation and collective agreements
Excellent organizational, communication, and conflict resolution skills
Able to manage multiple projects concurrently and effectively handle changing priorities
Qualifications and Requirements:
Minimum of 3 years of full-cycle payroll experience within a unionized environment (preferably BCGEU). Payworks experience is considered a very strong asset.
Minimum of 1 year of Human Resources related experience within a unionized environment.
Certification as a Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) is an asset.
Diploma/Certificate in Human Resources Management or equivalent is an asset.
Experience handling sensitive information; ability to maintain confidentiality.
Ability to obtain a clear Criminal Record Check
Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Experience working with a non-profit organization is an asset
Compensation is based on your experience, $55,000-$60,000 per annum with an excellent benefits package fully paid by the employer.
|Job Category||Executive, Professional & Office Staff, Payroll|