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Part-time Payroll Specialist

The Role

When it comes to getting people paid, you’re a master.

You are naturally organized and have an innate knack for numbers and, funny enough, for tax codes as well. You can collaborate easily with your co-workers on the Accounting team and easily gel with the fast-paced, non-traditional environment of a creative agency.

Yeah, you analyze, prepare and input information to produce accurate payroll, but that’s not all you do. The 20-25 hours you’re needed here at Roundhouse fit perfectly with your schedule, allowing you to manage your life’s various priorities.

You’ll report to the Director of Human Resources.

Our Part-Time Payroll Specialists:

Processes semi-monthly payroll accurately and timely and in compliance will all state and federal wage and hour laws.

Audit payroll registers and ensure taxable fringe benefits are accounted for including relocation, car allowance, etc.

Resolve payroll discrepancies and answer payroll-related questions.

Input all new hires, terminations, pay changes, updates, and corrections to employee and payroll records including salary actions, status changes, direct deposits, tax withholdings, payroll deductions, open enrollment changes, garnishments, and other related entries.

Track and calculate garnishments, tax liens, bankruptcies and child support deductions.

Oversee preparation, calculation and remission of federal, state and other local jurisdiction payroll taxes.

Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly and year-end reports (gross payroll, hours worked, vacation accrual, tax deductions, benefit deductions, etc) for management and/ or Human Resources.

Reconcile and arrange payment for monthly billing statements for all benefit plans.

Review and prepare journal entries for each payroll process and then post to general ledger.

Coordinate calendar year-end processing of payroll to include W-2, W-3, Oregon WR and other tax forms as needed.

Update and distribute monthly headcount report and update hourly costs in Workamajig.

Maintain current knowledge of applicable state and federal wage and hour laws.

Stay current on payroll systems to achieve alignment with HR benefits and to ensure effective accounting support.

Serve as a resource to managers, employees, and external contacts on established payroll policies and procedures.

Maintain the integrity of the payroll side of Roundhouse HRIS system.

Work closely with HR in year-end discrimination testing for 401(k) and annual 5500 filings.

Reconcile hours from Workamajig to Namely

Skills and Experience

Please Walk In With:

An Associates Degree in accounting, business, or other relevant discipline.

At least 4 years experience processing payroll for 50+ employees. Experience with Namely a plus

Experience in the Professional Services arena or Agency experience a plus

Proficiency in all Microsoft Office tools including advanced Excel skills.

A demonstrated track record of gaining trust and respect by consistently demonstrating sound strategic and analytical thinking skills.

Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels across the company.

Strong attention to detail.

*Some after hours and weekend work required.

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Producer - Freelance (2-3 month assignment)

Freelance Producer (2-3 month assignment)

You can juggle, but you’re no clown. You’re a diligent leader who thrives under pressure. Being assertive and enthusiastic is part of who you are, so keeping your team motivated has always been part of your approach. You can translate client briefs into actionable plans for your team across all types of print, digital, retail, OOH, film, experiential and non-traditional deliverables.

You’re the champion of process, but can pivot without stressing when things inevitably start to veer off course. Your patient, unflappable demeanor helps you keep your projects within budget, scope and on schedule while ensuring both teammates and clients alike sing your praises. You speak creative as fluently as you speak client, and you have never met a conflict you couldn’t resolve.

You’ll report directly to the Production Director.

The Job

Our Producers:

Manage day-to-day aspects of production project(s) including: developing detailed project schedules, managing project scope, documenting change requests, facilitating project meetings, client reviews, reviewing all project deliverables for quality and accuracy, maintaining project documentation and identifying project risk.

Manages retail projects including 2D graphic rollouts and 3D fixture design and production.

Deliver multiple, often concurrent projects: error free, on time or early, on or under budget, all while meeting or exceeding creative objectives and expectations.

Facilitate the communication between creative, account service, designers and strategists to ensure all production deliverables are met on assigned client(s) and/or project(s). Resolve any timing, budget and/or creative issues leading up to and during production. Establish regular cadence of communication (creative reviews, status updates etc).

Work closely with the internal team of designers, developers, creatives and strategists to define project requirements, develop timeline and budget, identify technical considerations, define resourcing needs and designate areas of responsibility among the interactive team.

Collaborate with Account Managers to define project strategy and scope, create budget estimates, write Statements of Work and Change Orders, production estimates, weekly job/budget tracking.

Route creative layouts, script and copy decks, presentation materials, mechanicals, digital files, rough cuts, reprints and other materials as necessary to appropriate team members for review, proofing, revisions and approval

Develop client relationships that result in continued growth and profit opportunities for Roundhouse. Facilitate client requests and help manage client expectations.

Work with Account Managers and Strategists to understand brand guidelines and strategy.

Manage project accounting for all assigned projects including developing budget, hour tracking, reconciliation, invoicing and client reports.

Select and negotiate all outside vendor contracts based on scope/budget/timeline/creative vision of project. Ensure proper paperwork is completed.

Manage the coordination of on-site productions, working with vendors, clients, and third parties to deliver the product on brief and on budget. Anticipate and troubleshoot production issues.

Maintain appropriate project documentation during all project phases.

Manage internal client team meetings, budget meetings, post-project review meetings, etc.

Skills And Experience

Please walk through the door with:

A Bachelors Degree in Advertising or Communications preferred.

At least 5 years experience as an integrated (print, digital, retail, OOH, etc.) project manager/producer, preferably at an agency or production company.

Experience managing complex productions, coordinating vendors, clients, and third parties.

The ability to manage build-outs, including vendor and production team management.

Experience doing site surveys and knowledge of retail merchandising and space design.

Knowledge of printing standards and best practices required.

Experience using Basecamp software.

A track record of gaining trust and respect by consistently demonstrating sound creative, strategic, and analytical thinking skills.

A track record of conflict-resolution and problem solving skills, particularly in fast-paced environment.

Exceptional written and verbal communication.

Effective, clear and concise presentation skills.

Strong financial negotiation skills.

Strong attention to detail.

* Some after hours and weekend work required.

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