Part-Time Respite Worker – The respite worker will provide supervision and care for a person with a disability in their own home while their primary caregiver (parent or legal guardian) is away. Respite workers follow the routine of the home: feed, assist with bath, homework, and other light duties as needed by client’s level of disability. No medical experience is required. Routine respite is non-medical care. Job requirements are: CPR and First Aid certification (UCP will pay and assist for potential employee to obtain CPR and First aid card); TB test, fingerprint clearance through FBI and DOJ; legal identification card or driver’ license, current car insurance and registration to qualify for mileage reimbursement. Hours vary dependent on the needs of the family.

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Payroll Clerk – Salary Range to commensurate with experience – $17 – $18-hourly rate; full-time – typically Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with ability to be flexible when need arises; Work environment – In-Office and via Telework

Summary
The Payroll Clerk accurately issues pay to employees by calculating earnings and deductions in accordance with established practices and guidelines. Experience/Qualifications
The Payroll Clerk must possess the following experience/qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Knowledge of QuickBooks
  • Knowledge of ADP payroll system
  • Knowledge of federal and state pay regulations and requirements
  • General accounting procedures knowledge
  • One to three years of general accounting or payroll experience

Skills
The Payroll Clerk must possess the following skills: attention to detail and follow-up; ability to organize and prioritize; strong data entry and numerical skills; problem solving skills; good oral and written communication skills; ability to maintain confidentiality.

Primary Duties
The Payroll Clerk is responsible for the following essential functions:

  • collect and compile payroll data (Payroll cleaning)
  • enter payroll data using appropriate software (ADP)
  • review and verify source documents
  • calculate and post payroll deductions
  • process payroll by established deadlines
  • issue statements of earnings and deductions (paychecks and/or direct deposit vouchers)
  • reconcile employee deductions
  • investigate and correct payroll discrepancies and errors
  • update payroll records by recording changes including insurance coverage, loan payments, salary increases
  • process new employees, terminations, transfers and promotions
  • prepare and print payroll reports of earnings, hours worked, taxes, insurance, and leaves
  • address employee’s pay-related concerns and provide accurate payroll information
  • complete requests for pay-related documents including statements and verifications
  • develop, manage, and maintain comprehensive payroll records
  • ensure compliance with federal and state regulations and guidelines

United Cerebral Palsy of Inland Empire is an equal opportunity employer.

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