The Payroll Office is responsible for paying all 17,000 University employees on time and correctly. This area also makes all payroll related tax deposits and reports, processes retroactive funding changes, reconciles health care billings, makes retroactive pay adjustments, pays all third party payroll vendors as well as collects and disburses all garnishments, tax liens and child support orders.
In this role, you will participate in analyzing business requirements and production specifications for changes made to technology applications. The selected candidate will direct business process improvement projects for internal business groups, aiming to improve business results .
In this role, the selected candidate will partner with multiple stakeholders to develop high quality deliverables across all phases of a project (from identifying and defining process flows and use cases to user acceptance testing).
In this role, the selected candidate will identify and specify business requirements, resources, and processes for a complex sub-system or major system modification; use complex analytical tools and methods to analyze and streamline business processes.