Arrow Electronics Director, Payroll in Centennial, Colorado
We have an immediate opening for a Director, NA Payroll. Reporting to the VP of Global Payroll in this newly created roll, you will be responsible for the following:
Manage ongoing U. S. and Canadian payrolls including Time and Attendance
Consolidate and streamline North America Payroll Operations
Implement and maintain effective internal controls and proactively work to identify and implement efficiency improvements.
Provide leadership to ensure that payroll services are processed in accordance with established policies and procedures along with all legislative compliance requirements.
Develop and implement best practices, key performance indicators and SLA metrics for department.
Oversee workload and processing structure of department to maximize efficiency and prioritize in accordance with operational requirements/deadlines.
Partner w/ HR, Finance and business leaders to drive standardization and alignment with policies and procedures. Support all business initiatives which require infrastructure support from payroll (i.e, changes in attendance policies, etc.)
Ensure payroll issues are escalated and resolved with root cause analysis and corrective action for all levels of employees and management.
Coach and mentor staff to ensure each team member excels individually and engages and motivates the team to work together towards the success of a common goal. Team focus aligned to customer service excellence and continuous operational improvements.
Change management experience and ability to facilitate change.
Develop the payroll team, including hiring talent, providing professional growth and development opportunities, and creating an environment of service, knowledge, and accountability. Qualifications
Bachelor of Science degree (Business, Accounting, HR or Finance) or equivalent work experience
10 years Payroll experience overall with increasing responsibility in the payroll, HR or finance function including
Demonstrated strong leadership of Payroll
Certified Payroll Professionals (CPP) designation preferred
Large, multi-state, exempt/non-exempt, multi-union company payroll leadership, required
Strong leadership skills
Excellent communication skills
Strong team member who works across organizational lines – without boundaries; exceeding the results of the organization and surpassing customer expectations
Demonstrated strong project management skills; experience in converting payroll systems/providers to new solutions, preferred
Strong process and procedure orientation for continuous process improvements
Demonstrated drive for excellence in operational support and customer service
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