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This temporary position works closely with the Payroll and HR Operations Teams support critical day to day processes and programs. This role assists with administering the time and pay applications and performs regular review of user and data audits to ensure up to date compliance. The incumbent works under general supervision and complies with established policies and procedures.
The role performs the listed functions for North America based payroll operations. Responsibilities are carried out in a work environment that consists of both recurring and non-recurring situations, where most functions have strict deadlines. Role involves exposure to and knowledge of confidential employee and company information. Involves a moderate degree of detail or complexity. Operates from established procedures and is usually given general directions by the manager or other members of the department. Tasks are normally performed under moderate level of supervision. Decisions are made within prescribed company policy guidelines and constraints.
Contacts normally occur with others inside and outside the Company. Internal contacts are primarily with other members of the Human Resources and Accounting Departments and employees throughout the company. Interactions involve exchange of information and usually contain confidential and/or sensitive information. Internal contacts are usually initiated by employees while external contacts are in response to requests for information.