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Payroll and Programs Specialist

Are you the person who looks forward to buying a new planner in November? Do you enjoy creating a system to error-check for the smallest of details? Do you find joy in creating a project plan and checking off each completed task? If so, we need you.

We are seeking a People Operations Payroll & Programs Specialist to manage our employee programs across the company to keep our culture healthy and operations running smoothly. Our service oriented team is focused on sustaining our amazing culture by maintaining a world class and positive employee experience. 

This role requires a strong team player who can effortlessly manage a host of key details simultaneously across multiple geographic sites.

What you will do every day:

  • Serve as the primary liaison between the organization and our comprehensive payroll provider, ADP. Submitting and ensuring semimonthly payroll is processed accurately.
  • Manage our employee recognition programs (birthdays, anniversaries, new parent programs, new home gifts etc) and vendors.
  • Maintain enterprise inventory of new hire swag, promotional items and internal collateral.
  • Plan, organize and execute enterprise-wide systems and programs designed to enhance the employee experience. Biometric screenings, corporate giving drives, internal marketing and communications - a little bit of everything!
  • Assist with facilities management projects such as negotiating and managing enterprise vendor selection process and establishing consistency across POps and Facilities programs and resources.
  • Manage integrated service partners and vendors who work in concert with internal People Operations staff and teams. (Walgreens for flu shots, Gold’s Gym for our gym memberships, etc) 
  • Maintain the internal People Operations knowledgebase, Passport, with news, program updates and changes. 
  • Craft and distribute regular People Operations Newsletter, communicating to the business our objectives, goals and timelines. 
  • Manage the People Operations annual calendar 

What you need to bring to the table: 

  • Bachelor’s degree (or commensurate experience)
  • A minimum of 4 years Payroll or Programs Administration experience
  • Exposure or experience in vendor selection, contract negotiation and enforcing SLAs
  • Proficiency with Google and Microsoft Office products
  • Organizational skills; detail and quality-oriented
  • You have the desire to work in a fast-paced environment with competing deadlines
  • You’re self-driven, with the ability to make a long-term plan and wrangle your stakeholders to make it happen
  • You’re into numbers and metrics - payroll aside, you’ll be helping negotiate and measure our partners to ensure we’re delivering a stellar experience to our employees
  • You’re an auto-didact - Let’s say we want to start an org-wide ‘Lunch & Learn’ program about the process of acquiring and caring for a stable of mini-horses. You’ll need to learn about the field quickly to make a recommendation on content and potential speakers.

Bonus Points:

  • Experience in a scaling, multi-state organization
  • ADP Workforce Now Payroll Experience

Benefits and Perks:

  • Generous health coverage for you and your family, including short and long term disability coverage, 401(k) and HSA matching, company-provided life insurance, and more.
  • Instant-Access & Flexible vacation. We trust you, so we have a ‘take what you need’ vacation policy. No waiting to use it or need for accruals.
  • Unlimited snacks, Our break areas stocked to the brim with cereal, snacks, La Croix, soda, Red Bull, coffee, and more to keep you going throughout the day.
  • We're dog friendly! Bring your pooch to work at any of our offices.
  • Enjoy weekly catered lunches and chef-made meals at the office.
  • Take a break and play foosball, Nintendo 64, ping pong, shuffleboard, pinball, or darts in our spacious cafeterias and break rooms.
  • Get active in the community by joining one of our many quarterly offsite volunteer and community service events.
  • Fun company events, including Halloween costume contests, ugly sweater competitions, baseball game outings, ice cream socials, food trucks, and more.

Storable is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Storable will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

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