Job Description

Our client located in Scarborough is looking to hire an HR Generalist with a strong focus on payroll for their team.


  • Process payroll related transactions ensuring data accuracy, timeliness, and compliance with legislation and company policies.
  • Responsible for supporting and processing the Time Tracking of variable hours.
  • Identify and collect information and forms to support the day-to-day delivery of transactions and services, such as new hires, status change forms, terminations, leaves, pension and benefits entitlements, maternity and parental leaves, etc.
  • Run biweekly payroll prior to pay close.
  • Processing of all non-regular payroll items such as involuntary terminations, government initiatives.
  • Lead and participate with other team members and HR colleagues for Payroll & HRIS Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Work with Human Resources to lead and coordinate the internal education of staff for timekeeping and other payroll items.
  • Distribute pay statements and ROE’s to terminated/employees on leave and year-end tax forms.
  • Lead the Year End Reconciliation and Tax Filing Process with the Finance team.
  • Preparation and payment of all CRA and WSIB accounts and related reconciliations.
  • Proactively stays updated on best practices as it relates Equity, Diversity and Belonging and organizational development.
  • Actively contributes to the organization’s Strategic Plan by participating in initiatives and committees to support the overall plan.


  • College diploma or bachelor’s degree program in related field i.e., Accounting, Finance or Business Administration or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • CPM designation preferred, and PCP designation a must.
  • Minimum 3 years experience payroll processing experience required
  • Understanding of end-to-end payroll is required
  • Demonstrated experience with HRIS is required; ADP Workforce Now is a strong asset
  • Understanding of union and non-union work environments, along with relevant payroll administration for collective agreements.
  • Familiarity with Service Canada and Canadian Payroll Association standards.
  • Working knowledge of Ontario Employment Standards Act, Canada Revenue Agency, WSIB and other pertinent legislation.


Position Id
Full-Time Regular
Scarborough ON
Accounting/Finance/Tax, Human Resources