HR/Payroll Administrator
King-O-Matic Industries Limited - Mississauga, ON

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HR/Payroll Administrator

This full time, permanent position is responsible for processing a full cycle payroll for approximately 120 employees. The successful candidate will also administer the company benefits programs and provide HR support to management.

Key Responsibilities:

Payroll Processing

  • Process bi-weekly payroll, accurately and on schedule
  • Conduct payroll reconciliations, post to the GL, and complete all taxation and payroll related documentation
  • Respond to all employee questions, and government related requests.

Benefits Administration

  • Process enrolments and status changes
  • Liase with the insurance providers
  • Assist employees with any questions regarding coverage or with claims assistance

HR Function

  • Implement and manage HR policies
  • Manage Health and Safety program and JHSC activities
  • Prepare termination letters, offer letters, employment letters as required
  • Post job postings on line and assist in the hiring process
  • Prepare reports as requested
  • Assist upper management by providing accurate information


  • At least 3 years of payroll experience, with the PCP designation, or equivilent
  • Experience with benefit administration
  • Strong knowledge of all provincial Employee Standards
  • Excellent computer skills with a proficiency in using MS Office, advanced knowledge of Excel, and an aptitude for learning new systems and programs
  • Basic understanding of accounting processes
  • Full Health and Safety certification
  • Extremely organized with the ability to cope with multiple demands, to work under tight deadlines and in a fast paced environment
  • A team player who is open to providing support to other departments as required

If our requirements sound just like you, please apply without delay!

Location: Tomken/Eglinton, Mississauga