The Payroll Coordinator processes payroll for assigned shows and to be the point of contact for the client in aspects of payroll processing. Individual is expected to proficiently demonstrate payroll processing ability in all US related payrolls, union and non-union. Extensive knowledge of all (Hollywood) I.A.T.S.E. locals, guilds and contracts for Film, TV, Theatrical, and/or Commercial is necessary and must be demonstrated.

We offer consistent hours and pay without the worry of freelance jobs; a tuition reimbursement program, and a full benefits package including health, dental, 401K and more! 

Essential Functions

  • Process in-coming payroll, which includes breaking of timecards in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and Collective Bargaining Agreements.
  • Accountable and responsible for quality service in assisting and servicing clients in regard to payroll production, tax-related issues, answering pertinent questions, and problem-solving in compliance with company policy and procedure.
  • Proficient knowledge and utilization of payroll database system. Should be familiar with applicable programs: invoice, batch, timecard editor; and reports: timecard verification, fringe, payroll history, cast list, gross wages.
  • Maintaining accurate and acceptable files on each client/show, in accordance with company policy and procedure.
  • Maintain the client relationship as it related to the weekly processing of the client’s payroll. This includes responding to questions and resolving payroll issues.

Requirements

  • Four-year college degree preferred
  • Multi-level relationship building skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication ability
  • Ability to work towards team and individual goals
  • Knowledge in using an analytical approach to breaking payroll
  • Must exhibit sense of urgency regarding client servicing
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent PC skills
  • Flexibility to shift priorities as needed to service the team’s clients
  • Understanding of and commitment to maintaining current knowledge of industry trends, concepts, products, practices and financial arrangement
  • Must have the ability to break payroll and learn advanced concepts when ready
  • Must have a minimum of 2-5 years’ experience in the entertainment payroll industry.
  • Schedule must be flexible to accommodate workload and client needs.

Cast & Crew is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. 

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