THE POSITION
 

The Payroll Administrator is responsible for the accurate and timely completion of payroll processing tasks, time administration, reconciliations, related reports and responding to inquiries related to payroll processes and procedures.

 
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
 
  • Calculate and enter wage assignments, retro pay, severance and supplemental payments.
  • Work with supervisors / managers / and HR teams to ensure accurate employee time data. Including, but not limited to responding to requests and running reports.
  • Calculate and prepare manual checks and update the both payroll and bank systems;
  • Process miscellaneous expenses, prior period timecard adjustments, new hire / terminations, reversals, education reimbursements, garnishments and cross charges as needed.
  • Load pay data entry files as necessary.
  • Explain payroll and time entry policies and procedures; research and respond to inquiries from management, employees and third parties.
  • Review time-entry validation and other payroll reports to verify accuracy of time-entry and resulting pay implications; follow-up to ensure accurate and complete payroll entries.
  • Process reversal of direct deposits and check stop payments.
  • Process all W-2 requests, and return checks.
  • Establish and maintain company and employee payroll records, including earnings and deductions and tax withholding setup and maintenance.
  • Provide input and assistance for payroll projects; maintain documentation of payroll processes and procedures and recommend changes.
  • Maintains updated procedure manual for all payroll processing and assists in training of other staff on the payroll system as needed.
  • Assists employees with general questions related to payroll, PTO accruals, wage deductions, fringe benefits and any other pay related issues.
  • Answer the phone and direct employee inquiries to the appropriate payroll administrator.
  • Run payroll / time related reports as requested.
  • Perform additional responsibilities as requested or assigned.
 
THE CANDIDATE
 
  • Associates Degree preferred
  • 2 years of payroll processing experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Knowledge of applicable State and Federal payroll Laws
  • Experience with the PAYCOR payroll system preferred.  
 
COMPENSATION
 
Attractive compensation package consists of the following:
  • Competitive base salary
  • Bonus eligibility
  • Personal time off
  • Paid holiday time off
  • 401(k) with employer match
  • Insurance benefits, including: medical, vision, dental, and life insurance
 
THE COMPANY
 
EyeCare Partners(ECP) is a St Louis, Missouri based operator of independent optometry and ophthalmology practices throughout Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.  EyeCare Partners will generate 2017 run rate revenues of $445M, has quadrupled in the last 20 months and continues to grow through the acquisition of a new practice every week. The Company is one of the leading optical care providers in the country, operating nearly 250 offices under several leading regional brands.   The company is a growing family of independent primary eyecare practices which operates over 250 locations under several leading regional brands: Clarkson Eyecare, EyeCare Associates (ECA), eyecarecenter (ECC), Thoma & Sutton (T&S), Quantum Vision, The EyeDoctors (TED), John Kenyon, Alabama Vision Centers and others.
 
The company is backed by a leading middle-market private equity firm which invested in the company in April 2015.
 
EyeCare Partners acquires successful independent primary eye care practices, located in urban and outlying rural markets.
 
 

Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

 If you need assistance with this application, please contact (636) 227-2600

EyeCare Partners is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

Please do not contact the office directly – only resumes submitted through this website will be considered.

 

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