Clipboard Health is looking for an enthusiastic Payroll Operations Manager with at least 5 years of payroll experience, preferably at a fast-growing startup. If you describe yourself as a people-centric, self-starting, number wizard with a strong sense of ownership and initiative - then this may be the role for you!
The Payroll Operations Manager will be responsible for processing all payroll for both US-based and International-based teams, as well as preparing and maintaining all payroll records. The Payroll Operations Manager will also be expected to run regular reporting and analysis of payroll trends, and work closely with our external accountants to ensure 100% accuracy on all payroll figures. This individual will also be responsible for assisting in-state business registration and updating payroll tax information per state. You will be responsible for overseeing the payroll team, including the day-to-day management of the team, and the growth of the team as the company scales. You will be the resident expert on all things payroll for our global and diverse team.
What Success Looks Like:
3 months in: You are not just owning all payroll runs, but payroll runs are consistently on time, with no errors. You have built out the necessary payroll reports in all systems so that you can not only audit the accuracy of your own work, but anyone in the organization who needs any information related to actual or estimated payroll expenses can have that information within a few minutes. You are reporting on all payroll information, including payroll costs, overall headcount and headcount by department, bonuses, and commissions, and any other additional costs related to personnel on a weekly and monthly basis.
6 months in: You are the resident payroll expert, have a deep understanding of how headcount and payroll are allocated per team, and can predict upcoming changes to payroll costs. You track all paid and upcoming bonus/commission payments and work with department heads to ensure proper computation of all bonuses/commissions. Current payroll processing and systems are measurably better than when you took over, and we have a precise understanding of our monthly payroll spending. You have hired at least one additional person to assist with payroll prep and processing, and are in the process of hiring at least one other person to assist with reporting and data integrity. All changes to pay internally are run through and approved by you before any formal changes are made.
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