Accounting Bookkeeper/Office Manager


The Accounting Bookkeeper / Office Manager is responsible for all payroll functions and related timekeeping activities for all employees in accordance with federal and state laws and company policy. Calculates deductions for all insurance premiums and communicate to employees and management. Serves as a technical point-of-contact for payroll, attendance, and benefits reporting and ensures data integrity, testing of system changes, report writing, and other duties as needed.


Primary/Essential Duties and Responsibilities for the Accounting Bookkeeper / Office Manager

  • Preparing and processing of payroll and all payroll functions
  • Maintaining payroll and timekeeping records and tables, including annual updates.
  • Performing Month End Closes
  • Calculating liabilities, filing tax and informational reports, remitting funds in accordance with liabilities.
  • Keeping abreast of payroll and benefit legislative changes and update procedures to ensure compliance.
  • Enters, new hire, pay, and benefit changes in the payroll system.
  • Maintains the various pay, deduction, and payroll statistical data reports. Responsible for Affordable Care Act compliance.
  • Manage terminations for pay and benefits
  • Administering company policies and implement, document and update procedures
  • Coordinates information between departments to ensure proper flow and maintenance of employee data.
  • Recommend and document processes and customer service improvements, innovative solutions, and participate in policy changes. Serve as a key liaison with third parties.
  • Create, maintain, and support a variety of reports or queries utilizing appropriate reporting tools.
  • Development of standard reports for ongoing customer needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skill Requirements for the Accounting Bookeeper / Office Manager:


  • An associate's degree, or equivalent training and education beyond high school.
  • Requires minimum of 5 years of payroll and benefits experience performing all payroll functions including the actual generation of a full payroll cycle and reporting.
  • Excellent skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Chrome.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion
  • Excellent problem solving/judgment skills
  • Strong organization skills, recordkeeping abilities, and the abilities to effectively multi-task
  • Must have the demonstrated ability to effectively handle a large volume of work
  • Ability to manage workflow and prioritizing tasks to meet deadlines
  • Effective time management skills.


Fremont, California 94538




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