Technical business analyst

Company Name:
Skokie based electronic signature forms management solution provider is currently expanding its staff. Our product lines include web-based solutions for employee W-4s, onboarding documents, pay stubs and year-end tax statements.
We are looking for a well organized individual with payroll experience specific to year-end processing of annual employee statements and paystubs. This person will become our knowledge expert for these two product lines and assist with the day to day operations, as well as any new development. The ideal candidate will have a background in Payroll and/or Human Resources and be able to work well under pressure.
Skills and Requirements
A general understanding of year-end & pay statement requirements and the ability to research independently to remain current on compliance regulations
Organized and flexible in high paced and changing environment
Exceptional follow-up skills
Experience using SQL Management Studio and working with relational databases
Strong problem-solving, analytical and communication skills
The ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail and deadlines
Must be able to work in teams on large projects and communicate effectively with others
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Any other duties as assigned to support the team's overall operations
Individual must be able to work a full-time schedule and work well under minimal supervision. Occasional travel may be required and overtime will be required during our peak season which is normally December through February.
We are a growing company and offer a competitive salary and benefit package.
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