Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 07/19/19

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Here are today's job postings from MassHire in Hyannis:

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you. 

Job #1 – Payroll Manager – Mid Cape

Full Time: Oversee and direct the review and implementation of payroll processing systems and manage payroll processing vendor relationships globally and in coordination with local office staff. Process U.S. payroll (125+ employees) and maintain payroll information as required. Ensure accuracy and timeliness of global payroll processing. Compile, review and record employee earned and used paid leave. Perform reconciliations of U.S. and international payroll and related tax and benefits withholdings source documents to general ledger. Manage annual 401k plan and workers compensation audits. Minimum of five years payroll processing and general accounting experience required; international experience desirable. Willingness and ability to undertake some international travel.

Job #2 – Core Facilities Administrator – Upper Cape

Full Time: Order and stock inventory, train users, perform inventory audits, assist with special orders, determine best prices for bulk and other items. Analyze by tracking ordering trends, customer survey, and input from Purchasing to determine what to stock. Coordinate rates and fees, process receipts, invoices, and credit card statements. Create cost center level cost estimates (in conjunction with Directors) and track budget to actual, transcribing and processing data to departmental databases. Maintain and update web site content and departmental policies and procedures. Will have outstanding clerical and administrative skills including use of computer systems, databases (e.g. Filemaker), and computer applications (Microsoft Suite, Adobe Reader/Acrobat). Knowledge of budget and accounting procedures is required.


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