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GROUP PROGRAM MANAGER (PAYROLL SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR)
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER | CENTRAL PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION
$95,000.00 - $105,000.00 Annually
The Auditor and Controller’s Central Payroll Administration is seeking a highly motivated and experienced professional with strong payroll system, project management, organizational, communication and analytical skills for the position of Group Program Manager (Payroll System Administrator). This position manages, plans, directs, organizes, and coordinates the payroll system application activities related to various levels of staff and resource groups as it pertains to the support and maintenance of the PeopleSoft Payroll Module. This position will report to the Manager, Auditor and Controller in the Central Payroll Administration.
Duties may include, but are not limited to:
CENTRAL PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION
The Auditor and Controller’s Central Payroll Administration is a dedicated team of professionals responsible for producing accurate and timely biweekly paychecks and related payments for over 18,000 employees in our payroll system, which includes the entire County of San Diego, San Diego County Retirement Association, Local Agency Formation Commission, and San Dieguito River Valley (JPA). Central Payroll Administration also provides essential labor cost information to various users within the County’s financial and management communities.
Central Payroll Administration’s mission is to provide timely, accurate payments, and quality customer service to employees, representatives of outside agencies and members of the public with courtesy and respect while complying with County, State and Federal payroll and tax regulations, and to furnish accurate and comprehensive cost data in support of the County’s management and budget processes.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will have detailed knowledge and experience of the PeopleSoft system, payroll processes, and applicable laws/regulations affecting payroll operations, system security policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will have the skills and abilities to translate the County’s business requirements into business solutions utilizing ERP system functionality.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or certified foreign studies equivalency, AND three (3) years of experience which demonstrate the ability to perform the essential functions of the classification; OR a combination of education and/or experience.
Note: a master’s degree or higher may substitute for a total of one (1) year. In order for education to substitute for work experience, college level coursework must demonstrate progress toward a degree and may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.