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Payroll Jobs in Washington

At IES Communications in Washington, choosing a payroll job intertwines your career with an environment dedicated to growth, inclusivity, and technological advancement. Payroll Jobs in Washington offer more than just employment; they represent a commitment to excellence and community engagement in a state celebrated for its diversity and opportunities.

Why choosing a Payroll job in Washington is a great idea.

Choosing a payroll job in Washington is an excellent decision for anyone looking to merge their career ambitions with a lifestyle that's both enriching and vibrant. Here, the blend of Washington's natural beauty and its urban sophistication creates an unmatched living experience. The higher cost of living is a testament to the area's desirability, reflecting the wealth of opportunities available, especially in thriving sectors like technology and sustainable energy. We're part of a community that values inclusivity and innovation, where your work days could be complemented by hikes on Mount Rainier or cultural nights at the Seattle Symphony. Moreover, the state's commitment to education and healthcare excellence promises not just a job but a pathway to personal growth and fulfillment. In Washington, you're not just choosing a place to work; you're opting into a lifestyle that celebrates diversity, environmental sustainability, and a strong sense of community.

Why Work for IES communications in Washington?

At IES Communications in Washington, you're stepping into a role where your growth and development are fundamentally woven into the fabric of our operations. We pride ourselves on being an Equal Opportunity Employer that genuinely invests in our employees through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology, ensuring you have the tools to excel in payroll and beyond. Joining our team means becoming part of a community dedicated to excellence, innovation, and making a tangible difference in the telecommunications landscape – all while building the career you've always wanted.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What duties do our Payroll employees do at IES Communications' Washington Branches?

At IES, our Payroll Compliance Analysts and Auditors in Washington play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of our payroll system. They diligently review time and attendance reports daily to identify discrepancies, ensuring compliance with lunch/break policies, project coding, and labor allocation. By partnering closely with managers, they correct errors promptly, fostering a culture of adherence to our Time and Attendance policies, and keep leadership informed through regular progress reports.

Our Senior Payroll Specialists are tasked with processing multi-state payroll for over 2,500 employees, adhering to strict deadlines while complying with all relevant laws. They handle queries from employees and partners, manage off-cycle pay and adjustments, and calculate manual garnishments. Additionally, they compile Certified Payroll reports and assist with financial reporting and month-end processes, demonstrating their essential role in our team's success in Washington.


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What is the average salary of a Payroll job in Washington?

The average salary for a payroll job in Washington is approximately $60,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, location within the state, and specific employer requirements.

How do I get started with a Payroll career in Washington?

To kickstart a payroll career in Washington, it's essential to familiarize yourself with the state's specific payroll regulations and consider obtaining certification through recognized bodies such as the American Payroll Association. Gaining practical experience through internships or entry-level positions in HR or accounting departments can significantly bolster your understanding and employability in this field.

How long does it take to start a Payroll career in WA?

Starting a payroll career in Washington State can typically take a few months to over a year. This timeframe depends on your existing skills, whether you're pursuing formal education or certifications, and the specific job requirements of employers in WA.

Is a Payroll job in Washington a good career?

Absolutely, pursuing a payroll job in Washington can be a great career choice. The state offers competitive salaries and a strong demand for skilled payroll professionals across various industries. With the added benefit of no state income tax, your take-home pay might be higher compared to other regions. Moreover, Washington's diverse economy, from tech giants to manufacturing firms, provides ample opportunities for career growth and stability in the payroll field.

How much do people with a Payroll job in WA make?

Employees working in Payroll in WA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and background.

Is there a demand for a Payroll jobs in Washington?

Yes, there is a demand for payroll jobs in Washington. With its diverse economy and numerous businesses across sectors like technology, healthcare, and retail, skilled payroll professionals are sought after to manage complex compensation systems efficiently.

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