Payroll Manager

Pacific Biosciences
Job Location
1380 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Job Description

Payroll Manager

This position reports to the Assistant Controller.  

Pacific Biosciences is looking to add an experienced, hands-on Payroll Manager.  

This position’s duties will include but not be limited to the following items:

- Ensure compliance with regulatory payroll requirements 
- Process semi-monthly payroll for approximately 350 - 400 employees using ADP Workforce Now
- Work with managers to resolve timesheet issues 
- Process manual checks as required 
- Assist employees with payroll related questions 
- Provide standard and ad hoc payroll reports 
- Coordinate projects with HR
- Create and submit 401k reports
- Monitor Leave of Absence employees
- Review and Validate Payroll entries
- Work closely with HR Benefit Administrator


• ADP Workforce Now 7.0 (experience preferred) 
• BA/BS degree or CPP a plus
• Good communication skills
• Attention to details
• Self Starter
• 5+ years Payroll processing experience
• Working knowledge of Excel and Word
• Knowledge of GL accounting for Payroll Accounts

About Our Organization

Pacific Biosciences’ mission is to transform the way humankind acquires, processes and interprets data from living systems through the design, development and commercialization of innovative tools for biological research. The company has developed a novel approach to studying the synthesis and regulation of DNA, RNA and protein. Combining recent advances in nanofabrication, biochemistry, molecular biology, surface chemistry and optics, Pacific Biosciences has created a powerful technology platform called single molecule, real-time, or SMRT™, technology. SMRT technology enables real-time analysis of biomolecules with single molecule resolution, which has the potential to transform the understanding of biological systems by providing a window into these systems that has not previously been open for scientific study. 

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