We are a leading global investment firm and aim to help endowments & foundations, pension plans, and high net worth private clients implement and manage custom investment portfolios that generate outperformance and enable them to maximize their impact on the world. Working alongside its early clients, Cambridge Associates pioneered the strategy of high-equity orientation and broad diversification, which since its inception in the 1980s has been a primary driver of performance for institutional investors. Today, we deliver a range of portfolio management services, including outsourced CIO, non-discretionary portfolio management, investment staff extension, and asset class mandates. Cambridge Associates maintains offices in major financial centers across the globe, with headquarters in Boston, MA.
Working with some of the world’s most sophisticated institutional investors, we bring a deep knowledge of portfolio management best practices to the clients we serve, and select our colleagues with great attention to their potential to become a valuable member of a collaborative, intelligent and hard-working team.
The Senior Payroll Specialist will be primarily responsible for administering our Semi-monthly, Bi-weekly and Quarterly US payrolls. The Specialist will be responsible for maintenance of employee payroll records, to include new hires, terminations, pay/status changes, taxes, garnishments and timekeeping.
In addition, the Specialist will be responsible for other duties including, but not limited to: expatriate related compensation analysis, recording, balancing and reconciling payroll expenses for incorporation into the company’s financial statements.
The Senior Payroll Specialist will work under the supervision of the Payroll Supervisor.
Process accurate and timely semi-monthly and bi-weekly payrolls in a multi-state environment using ADP.
Perform regular pre and post audits to ensure payroll accuracy.
Act as primary point of contact for domestic employees regarding questions related to payroll.
Provide employees with professional and timely responses via phone/email/in-person while educating them on procedures and policies.
Timesheet review/processing for adherence to company policy and payment of overtime.
Prepare monthly payroll journal entries and reconcile payroll accounts.
BS degree in Accounting or equivalent payroll-related work experience required.
Minimum of 7 years of multi state payroll processing experience
Payroll and U.S. tax law experience, including W2 and taxable fringe benefits.
Knowledge of ADP and MS Excel required.Experience with MS Access, Workday & Oracle a plus.
The ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment with multiple deadlines.
Self-motivated and resourceful, with demonstrated ability to operate with a high degree of accuracy.
Excellent attention to details, strong organizational and customer service skills.
Cambridge Associates is an equal opportunity employer. Diversity and inclusion are essential elements of our culture. We are committed to fostering an environment where individual perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences make the firm a great place to work and result in a more satisfying client experience.Email