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Payroll Tax Administrator

Royce Ashland Group, Inc.
Nashville, TN
November 07, 2019


We are currently looking for a Payroll Tax Administrator in our Nashville, TN facility. Interested candidates should have an Associates (minimum) or bachelor's (preferred) degree, with 5 years payroll experience in a multi-state environment and experience with ADP GlobalView or SAP HRIS a plus.

Responsibilities of the Payroll Tax Administrator:

• Ensures proper setup of employees' work state for tax withholding and unemployment insurance purposes.

• Ensures proper setup and maintenance of local withholding codes for employees in the payroll system.

• Accurate and timely review and reconciliation of weekly and bi-weekly tax funding.

• Review and reconciliation of quarterly and year-end tax filing.

• Perform audits to ensure the accuracy of W-2 reporting.

• Process adjustments, W-2 corrections and coordinate tax amendments as appropriate.

• Prepare annual federal wage allocation by state and city for the Corporate Tax department.

• Coordinate and monitor SUI tax rate changes with unemployment insurance and payroll vendors.

• Maintaining and tracking tax verification reports for audit purposes.

• Responsible for acting as a vendor liaison and ensuring a successful and productive vendor relationship.

• Lead small to medium impact Administration and Payroll projects and tactical initiatives.

• Participate in projects that involve cross disciplinary teams.

• Responsible for training new hires and providing guidance and support on departmental policies, procedures and systems to all other A&P Specialists.

• Provide Call Management System (CMS) support to handle employee inquiries regarding W earnings and withholding taxes.

Requirements of the Payroll Tax Administrator:

• Associates (minimum) or bachelor's (preferred) degree preferred or equivalent work experience.

• 5 years payroll experience in a multi-state environment.

• Experience with ADP GlobalView or SAP HRIS a plus.

• Ability to coordinate priorities with Administration and Payroll, Benefits, Compensation, HR managers and HR business partners.

• Integrity and trustworthiness specific to confidentiality and privacy of employee information.

• Ability and willingness to work flexible work hours to ensure tax reporting deadlines are met.

• Ability to adapt to frequent changes that can occur with vendor relationships, system updates, policies, etc.

• Proactive in resolving issues with employees, businesses and other departments.

• Project management.

• Persuasiveness and assertiveness in communicating expectations to vendors. Ensure vendor compliance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations.

• Assist analysts in performing root-cause analysis, identifying systemic issues, implementing solutions.