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Lead Payroll Specialist #23/19C (Full Time)

Location: Annapolis, MD Country: United States of America Rate: $59,000 - $81,300

Maryland General Assembly
Department of Legislative Services
Office of Operations and Support Services

Human Resources

Lead Payroll Specialist - Regular, Full-time Position

Salary: $59,000 - $81,300 (Legislative Specialist II)

Principal Duties:

Oversee activities of payroll office and assign and review work of staff, process payroll and other personnel transactions, including entering and updating payroll, timekeeping, and personnel information for approximately 1,100 employees. Assure accuracy and confidentiality of payroll data; provide outstanding customer support to clients, enforce payroll policies and procedures; prepare reports and assist with special projects, maintain all records and reports pertaining to payroll and leave usage, and perform other personnel assignments as required by the Human Resources Manager.


BS/BA in the human resources field, accounting, business, finance or related field preferred. 3-5 years' experience with processing payrolls. Demonstrated experience with automated payroll and human resources systems. Supervisory experience with ability to coordinate payroll staff assignments; strong mathematical aptitude and attention to detail; ability to maintain accurate and timely payroll processing and excellent analytical and communication skills; strong organizational skills with ability to utilize time effectively, meet deadlines, and manage multiple priorities; ability to maintain highest level of confidentiality, ability to function successfully in a team environment and availability to work overtime hours, as required to meet legislative schedules.

The Department of Legislative Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.