Payroll Administrator

  • Category
    Human resources - Payroll / Benefits
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Vancouver, British Columbia

Payroll Administrator | $50K+ - $70K+ l Vancouver, BC | Permanent Full-Time

Adecco has partnered up with a reputable food distributor to seek a Payroll Administrator who handles all payroll-related activities for their Canadian colleagues across the country. The position is open at their corporate headquarter in Vancouver and is transit accessible by the Skytrain. The client offers competitive wages and benefits, including health, dental, pension plan, tuition support for further education, as well as a corporate culture of mutual support. There is potential growth and advancement within the company’s large Finance and Accounting team.


-Process payroll for bi-weekly, semi-monthly, union and non-union colleagues across Canada.
-Prepare and verify remittances for all relevant taxes, garnishments and pensions
-Respond to all payroll-related inquiries
-Assist HR with preparing and reconciling RRSP and taxable benefits deductions
-Responsible for preparing ROE’s, WCB and all payroll-related remittances
-Assist the Senior Accountant on other assigned duties.


-2+ years of processing high-volume Canadian payroll
-Experience with ADP, Ceridian and/or Ultimate Software an asset
-A fast learner with ability to prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines
-Strong customer service skills with excellent verbal and written communication capabilities
-Able to work independently and in a team.

If you are interested in the Payroll Administrator position in Vancouver, BC, please apply today!

Executive Recruiter: Caroll Lai

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_2_026526_29035

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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