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CITY OF TURLOCK

156 S BROADWAY
TURLOCK , CA
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PAYROLL COORDINATOR

CITY OF TURLOCK
TURLOCK, CA Full time
Posted on January 6, 2018

PAYROLL COORDINATOR

 $4,219 - $5,127 monthly

 

 

The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Payroll Coordinator in the Administrative Services Department, Payroll Division. The individual will perform a variety of technical, analytical and accounting duties involving the analysis and implementation of payroll regulations and laws, and the processing of City wide payroll and preparation and maintenance of general ledger records. Education: This position requires equivalent to an Associate Degree in accounting, business administration or a related field. Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible accounting work with an emphasis in payroll processing. See job flyer for additional requirements. For more information please contact Human Resources, 156 S. Broadway, Suite 235, Turlock, (209) 668-5810 or apply online at www.cityofturlock.org. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City application. Final filing date is 01/19/18. EOE/AA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EOE
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