RigUp is changing the way hard work gets done in solar, wind, oil and gas, defense, and construction. Each one of our teams exists to move us closer to our north star -- “to empower the people who power the world. RigUp strives for operational excellence by providing industry leading value to our consultants.

RigUp is hiring a Payroll Manager that will be responsible for managing a fast-paced multi-state payroll of 2000+ W-2 consultants. If you have compassion for customer service, a roll-up your sleeves and get things done attitude, paired with a drive for data accuracy and continuous improvement, this could be the opportunity for you! We’re a team of high-achieving, low ego, detail-oriented problem solvers who come to work every day looking to make a difference in our consultant’s lives. Sound like you? Keep reading.

 

What you’ll be doing:

  • Manage a payroll team that processes weekly and bi-weekly payroll cycles for multiple subsidiaries while maintaining a high standard of accuracy and timeliness 
  • Maintain payroll information by designing systems; directing the collection, calculation, and entering of data
  • Assist the payroll team with discrepancies, benefit deductions, garnishment calculations, and proper taxation to ensure compliance
  • Assist in M&A activity to include mapping and overseeing payroll transition plan
  • Improve data quality of payroll-related information to integrate with our platform
  • Maintain payroll guidelines by writing and updating policies and procedures
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements by staying current on existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions
  • Maintain payroll staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees
  • Mentor and coach direct reports, Payroll Leads, who in turn manage dedicated payroll teams by pay policy

 

What you should have:

  • 8+ years of payroll administration experience
  • CPP preferred
  • Strong interpersonal (verbal and written) communication skills
  • Strong knowledge of state and federal wage and hour laws
  • Strong knowledge of local, state and federal payroll tax scenarios and requirements
  • Demonstrate solid judgment ensuring integrity, compliance, and confidentiality
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills with proven ability to organize and analyze data

 

Perks: 

  • Flexible PTO policy
  • 401k Program with match
  • Fully paid employee health insurance for employee
  • Open office space in the heart of downtown Austin

RigUp, a digital platform bringing modern workforce and vendor management to underserved industries, is one of the fastest growing companies in Austin. Founded in 2014, RigUp initially focused on the energy industry – empowering contract workers in oil and gas, solar, and wind to take home more pay for the same work, with better insurance and benefit options. The RigUp solution has expanded into equipment and vendor management, as well as on-demand, app-based service fulfillment, bringing cost savings and operational efficiencies to energy companies across the United States. Recent expansion will bring the RigUp platform to additional, energy-adjacent industries that rely on contract labor.

 
As a world-class employer, RigUp is committed to providing an environment where any and all people feel welcome, respected, and free to be their authentic selves. We welcome applicants of all gender identities, sexual orientation, educational background, religion, ethnicities, veteran status, and citizenships. We’d love to learn what you can add to our team!

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