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Project Payroll Coordinator

Overview
Walsh is currently seeking a Project Payroll Coordinator for the Heavy Civil Division in Rutherford, New Jersey.
Walsh is a rapidly growing, highly diversified construction company, and we constantly seek builders and business people to join our industry-leading team. Walsh employees are "built to succeed" - competitive entrepreneurs with strong character who are energized by working on a team to meet challenges and are willing to take risks after careful planning. There are many compelling reasons why exceptional people should consider a career with our company:
Challenging, complex projects
Creative and innovative problem solving environment
Supportive, communicative managers who reward your success
Opportunities for growth, training, and development
Flexibility to build what you want, where you want
Responsibilities
Auditing timekeeping records for compliance with established standards
Processing high volume union and non-union weekly payroll
Daily entry of payroll into Corporate payroll system (PCTimecard)
Coordinating and processing all layoff/termination requests
Ensure craft workers are paid in accordance with union agreements
Check timesheets against payroll system printout of accuracy
Assist Compliance Manager with additional tasks as needed
Qualifications
The team is looking for someone with the rights skills and attitude. Diverse experiences will be considered, but some possible relevant experience and skills includes:
A college degree in accounting/business administration is desired, but equivalent experience in these fields will be considered
Exceptional customer service and communication skills, communicating with all level in the organization
Experience processing high volume union payroll is required
Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
Knowledge of union contracts and regulations
Ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast paced environment and work overtime as needed
Experience with CMiC is preferred
Equal Opportunity Employer, Disability / Veteran



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