Accounting Payroll Clerk

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ICU Medical
 Virtual
Posted: July 13 2016
Company Location: San Clemente, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Paid

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Description

ICU Medical connects patients and caregivers through safe, life-saving, life-enhancing medical devices. We provide clinicians around the world with innovative and cost-effective patient care solutions for unmet clinical needs.
Our products help clinicians improve patient outcomes by minimizing bacterial ingress that can cause bloodstream infections and preventing exposure to infectious diseases or hazardous drugs. Our diverse product line includes needlefree vascular access devices, custom infusion sets, closed system hazardous drug handling devices and systems, advanced sensor catheters, needlefree closed blood sampling systems, and innovative hemodynamic monitoring systems. These clinically-proven innovations are the result of a unique company culture, supported by visionary leaders and resourceful minds, united by the common desire to redefine the limits of patient and healthcare worker safety.

Our company was founded on one simple, yet powerful philosophy - to develop products that make a difference in patient care by helping forge the human and emotional connections that are a vital link between patients and caregivers, enhance the clinical experience, and are the essence of outstanding quality-of-care.
Doc -lopezIn 1984, Dr. George "Doc" Lopez, a practicing internist, tragically lost a patient when an IV line accidentally disconnected. Doc was determined to prevent a tragedy like this from happening again and soon conceived a locking IV device later known as the ClickLock™. The ClickLock opened the door to a new generation of cost-effective clinical innovations focused on enhancing safety at the point of care, including the industry-leading Clave® family of needlefree vascular access devices and the Neutron™ Catheter Patency Device.
Bringing new and innovative medical technologies to a wider range of clinical applications and settings is at the core of who we are and what we do. Today, we continue to explore new markets, shedding light on previously overlooked or accepted clinical threats and hazards. At ICU Medical, we see these clinical challenges as opportunities for innovation and creativity, fueled by our commitment to keeping patients and healthcare workers safe.

Responsibilities

Payroll clerks oversee the distribution of employee paychecks and make sure all employees are receiving the correct amount of pay. They enter employee and paycheck information into computers or other record-keeping systems and file that information away. Payroll clerks employed by companies that pay employees on an hourly basis may also keep manual or computerized records of employee hours. According to the APA, those working as payroll clerks are considered entry-level employees and are generally under the supervision of senior-level payroll professionals. Typing and filing are the two primary skills required for employment. According to the BLS, demand for payroll clerks is dwindling as manual payroll departments are increasingly being replaced by automated systems. However, among the APA's many continuing education offerings are courses in web-based payroll systems, which indicates that some payroll clerks may be responsible for the administration of computerized payroll systems or software.

Requirements

As long as companies have a paid staff of employees, they will need someone to make sure they are compensated in an accurate and timely fashion. The payroll clerk keeps track of an entire staff's payment, time off, tax information and retirement contributions. Read further to learn more details about this occupation.. The majority of employers expect their payroll clerks to have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. Much of a payroll clerk's education occurs through on-the-job training and experience. Most companies have internal training and classes for new clerks that include timekeeping, payroll organization, resolving personnel issues and thorough coverage of company practices and policies. There are also secondary schools and community colleges that offer training courses for prospective payroll clerks.

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