Payroll and Benefits Administrator Tulsa, Oklahoma
You will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the credit union's payroll, benefits, and other human resources tasks. This position participates in the evaluation and implementation of HR programs and procedures that result in a positive, inclusive, and employee-centric work culture, which prioritizes the engagement, and retention of a diverse, high-performance workforce.
In this role you will:
Compile, review, and verify payroll data for completeness and accuracy. Process biweekly payroll and prepare related reports each pay cycle. Remain up to date on payroll processing procedures and maintain accurate payroll in compliance with state and federal regulations.
Participate in benefits administration to include enrollment, termination, changes, and claim resolution for all employees. Assist employees with questions and issues related to payroll and benefits programs such as 401(k), health, life, disability, and workers’ compensation plans. Review billings from plan providers to verify accuracy and resolve any discrepancies.
Conduct payroll and benefit orientation for new hires and ensure they are enrolled in the appropriate benefits.
Conduct training as needed for managers and supervisors on payroll process and procedures.
Administer leave of absence programs within all state and federal guidelines.
Monitor the performance appraisal process and schedule review dates to include updating the review module in the HRIS software.
Engage in continuous learning to maintain an adequate level of knowledge in all areas of responsibility.
Monitor and maintain compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, stay abreast of industry and HR-related trends and best practices.
Oversee records retention and maintain all personnel files and records for the organization.
Assist with special HR projects, training initiatives, research, analysis, and reporting as needed; complete other duties as assigned.
You easily establish relationships with a variety of individuals. You work well independently, and as a team member. You exercise good judgment, initiative, and tact. You possess advanced conflict resolution skills and are able to resolve issues impacting multiple departments or divisions. You gain cooperation both internally and externally as an important part of your role. You have a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations.
Strong understanding of Human Resources processes and terminology, payroll and benefit processes and procedures, including eligibility and enrollment rules and benefit procedures. Exceptional attention to detail, organization, and prioritization skills.
You'll need to have:
A degree from an accredited university or college in Human Resources or equivalent experience; PHR or SPHR certification desired.
Three or more years of similar or related experience
Experience performing a wide range of Human Resource functions