Job Title:      Payroll/Benefits Administration Clerk – Part-Time Position but will develop in to a Full-Time Positon

 Job Summary:

The Payroll/Benefits Administration Clerk contributes to the overall success of the organization by effectively providing accurate payroll, as well as general administrative support.  The Payroll/Benefits Administration Clerk uses a high degree of attention to detail to accurately process financial information.  Provides excellent customer service skills to develop relationships with employees across the organization.

Duties and Responsibilities

 Payroll:

  1. Sets up new employees and creates personnel files for records
  2. Processes bi-weekly Payroll through individual employee time sheets
  3. Keeps employee leave records up-to-date (vacation, sick, self care, comp time and other), tracks usage and enters time
  4. Calculates and submits government remittances (Taxes, CPP, EI, WCB)
  5. Provides employment verification
  6. Completes EI investigation reports
  7. Provides CRA requests for information reports
  8. Ensures updates of tax tables thru software are complete
  9. Issues Records of Employment
  10. Issues T4s
  11. Sends payroll via EFT and distributes pay stubs to staff
  12. Conducts payroll filing
  13. Keeps payroll system up to date with source deduction updates
  14. Sorts incoming leave requests, and records absences on vacation board
  15. Provides Managers with spreadsheets and ongoing reconciliation of leave records
  16. Yearly payroll survey report and stats Canada survey report
  17. Completes Band Employee Benefit report
  18. Keeps spreadsheets up-to-date for year-end reporting on T4s and fiscal year end

 Benefits Administrator

  1. Enrolls, terminates, changes employee information for benefits and pension
  2. Provides staff with opportunity for benefit information sessions
  3. Prepares benefits packages for new employees
  4. Ensures policies are followed for benefit eligibility
  5. Process monthly benefits statements and maintains records of all transactions

 Other

  1. Prepares documents for Board meeting presentations if required
  2. Assists Finance Manager with audits, audit preparation and ongoing maintenance of spreadsheets used for audit purposes
  3. Backup to Finance Manager
  4. Development & upkeep of tangible capital asset management system

Education & Work Experience

  • Accounting Technician Program or equivalent
  • Canadian Payroll Certification would be an asset
  • One to three years of progressive financial experience performing accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll and general ledgers

Wage:  $19.46 to $24.65 depending on education & experience

 Application Deadline: 

Please submit your cover letter and resume including 3 work references to:

 

Marg Shelley, Executive Director

Northern Shuswap Tribal Council

17 South 1st Avenue, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1H4

Email: administration@nstq.org