Roosevelt School District
Payroll Department - Classified Technical Professional
Financial Services Supervisor
The Payroll Supervisor will provide efficient, effective payroll
Prepare biweekly payroll documents,
including appropriate deductions, for all District employees.
Prepare periodic and other reports for
governmental agencies and other uses as required.
Remit payroll deduction payments to
insurance companies, credit unions, and other employee
Answer technical questions regarding
policy, practices, and procedures involved with determining,
collecting, or recording data.
Authorize the release of data and
information reports to be used outside the department and/or
Provide employee training on policy,
procedures, and functions within the department.
Audit and check the work of others for
accuracy and compliance with policy, procedures, and
Prepare reports that require data and
information to be analyzed by developing a plan and timetable for
gathering necessary resources and recommending assignments for
the completion of the report.
Establish and maintain payroll
Process time sheets for each pay period.
Reconcile data input.
Supervise the sorting, reconciling, and distributing of
Supervise and provide work directions to payroll
Provide employees with information regarding paychecks and
assist in resolving discrepancies in employees' paychecks.
Identify and recommend improvements in procedures and
efficiencies in how data and information is gathered, assembled,
filed, and distributed.
Complete required reports including tax reports,
unemployment, and worker's compensation.
Prepare quarterly and other special payroll project
Supervise the purging of files and records for storage
Attend inservice training for continued professional
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
Degree in business or accounting is required. A Masters
Degree is preferred.
LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS:
A minimum of
three-years supervisory experience in business, accounting, or
specialized knowledge and ability to work with highly complex
situations and procedures.
Strong oral and
written communication skills are required.
A high level of
English proficiency is required.
communicate the department practices orally and in writing.
Ability to use
10-key calculator with a high degree of accuracy and to use a
computer for word processing, spreadsheets, and database systems.
Ability to work
with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
Ability to use
independent judgment in setting priorities and making decisions.
Able to use
discretion in handling confidential information.
environment is the normal office setting.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve-month year, Professional Exempt,
employee benefits in accordance with Board policies.
EVALUATION: Performance to be evaluated in accordance with Board
policy on evaluation of classified staff.