Internship Opportunity


Accounting & Payroll Administrator

Senior Persons Living Connected
Number of Positions:
Application Deadline:
Jul 31, 2019
Start Date:
Aug 05, 2019
End Date:
Dec 31, 2019

Job Description:

The  Payroll and Accounting Administrator is responsible for supporting the Finance Department of SPLC in all areas including payroll, general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable.





Payroll Functions:


  • Prepares and processes bi-weekly payroll for hourly & salaried employees in a timely & accurate manner
  • Ensures all proper deductions and contributions are processed accurately
  • Responds to employee and government payroll inquiries
  • Prepares customize reports as needed such as ROEs and T4s
  • Ensures compliance to all policies, procedures and regulations
  • Maintains confidential personnel files, including timely filing of all documents pertaining to required changes
  • Liaises with the Human Resources Department and Government agencies to address and resolve issues relating to payroll function 


Accounting Functions:


  • Processes accounts payable & receivable entries for non-account transactions
  • Maintains and assists accounts payable and receivable modules in accounting databases
  • Processes invoices and payments and assists with client enquires as required
  • Collects client payments as required, ensures the security of payments
  • Maintains donation database and issues tax receipts
  • Prepares Bank Reconciliation and maintains Petty Cash
  • Processes Journal entries and assists in year-end reconciliation
  • Provides detailed financial analysis and ad-hoc reports as required
  • Provides back up to other staff in areas as needed



Education Requirement:


Completion of Post-Secondary Degree/Diploma in Business, Finance or Accounting
Membership with Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) an asset




Experience & Skills:


  • Two to Three (2-3) years full cycle payroll and accounting experience
  • Good understanding of accounting principles and payroll legislations
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word and Advanced Excel skills
  • Experience using payroll and accounting systems such as ACCPAC, Great Plains, Quadrant HR, or QuickBooks software required, cash management 
  • Strong organization skills and highly detail-oriented, with a focus on quality and accuracy
  • Good problem-solving skills, with the ability to take initiative
  • Experience working in diverse communities, with the ability to be culturally sensitive
  • Currently working towards CPA would be an asset 
  • Ability to work independently on tight deadlines, in a fast paced environment
  • Must be flexible with hours and have the ability to work occasional additional hours when required to meet strict deadlines
  • Must be team oriented, with a willingness to learn
  • Ability to speak a second language an asset




Senior Persons Living Connected (SPLC) is a diverse work environment.  We encourage applications from all persons, including persons with disabilities. Accommodation will be provided, if needed, in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians Disability Act.

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

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