Xerox Global Payroll Tax Manager in Cary, North Carolina
Global Payroll Tax Manager
State/Province: North Carolina
Country: United States
Department: Human Resources
Date: Monday, September 13, 2021
Working time: Full-time
Job Level: Manager
Job Type: Experienced
Job Field: Human Resources
Seniority Level: Mid-Senior Level
Description & Requirements
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Job Role Summary
- Responsible for the efficient running and administration of the organization’s payroll and expense accounts. Includes implementing and checking payroll and taxation changes on an on-going basis.
Establishes payroll processing standards, timeframes, and communications to handle all tax obligations effectively and efficiently.
Requires an in-depth knowledge of organizational objectives, and implements strategic policies for obtaining results.
Ownership and accountability for tax administration including reconciling tax filings for various companies in multiple states and provinces.
Ensure compliance, regulatory reporting and remittance, adherence to all requirements.
Establishes payroll processing standards, timeframes, and communications to handle all tax obligations effectively and efficiently with tax partners.
Partnering with Payroll tax vendor if responsible for remittances and payments to agencies for tax administration. Ensuring all accounts balanced and remitted timely.
Develop and implement payroll tax policies, procedures, and process improvements to maintain the quality, efficiency, and overall effectiveness of the team.
Provide support for tax audits and answer inquiries from various taxing jurisdictions.
Provides analysis, advice, and counsel to business leaders about the impacts of regulatory changes.
Maintains collaborative relationships with in-house counsel for definitive rulings and guidance on compliance issues and audit requests.
Manage the review and testing of payroll software tax updates, updates unemployment tax rates in payroll software.
Remains current on legislation and regulatory rulings that impact payroll or payroll tax to ensure compliance.
Research, interpret and understand existing or revised tax codes, laws, or forms.
Establishes and maintains relationships with third parties/vendors.
Evaluate, develop, and enforce the use of audit tools which support the payroll tax administration process.
Serving as a subject matter expert and point of contact for all Payroll tax related requests.
Establishes and maintains relationships
Ensure that all operational processes are controlled from a risk perspective, and have built-in control plans and assessments to regularly review their effectiveness.
Knowledge of applicable federal, state, local regulations
Knowledge of organization’s policies, rules, and regulations, which affect each Payroll group
Strong organizational skills, strong communication and listening skills
Strong customer service skills. Strong customer service orientation
Detail oriented, strong leadership skills
Excellent coaching and consulting skills and ability to influence decisions to a positive business outcome
Ability to handle confidential information, Ability to manage multiple priorities
Ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems logically and systematically
Ability to operate systems and associated software
Ability to use cross functional teams to draw upon skills and knowledge throughout organization
Ability to build internal and external networks and use them efficiently to create value
Ability to take a big picture approach to problem solving and risk management
Ability to identify potential opportunities from problems/issues
Demonstrates understanding of subject matter of own area; designs programs and/or policies by applying knowledge of subject matter
Knows appropriate internal and external resources to use; shares knowledge with others
Uses interpretation of data to influence and/or support organizational decision-making
Capable of making decision which involve interpretation of the law (Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Equal Employment Opportunity); able to communicate and or defend decisions to senior leadership and external entities (i.e. Unions)
Follows quality assurance policies and applies good judgment to high risk situations
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