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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
1/16/2018
Job Category:
Accounting
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Payroll and Benefits Coordinator
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Legacy Health Services | Cleveland, OH
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Job Description

The Payroll/Benefits Coordinator is responsible for the timely and accurate processing of facility payroll through use of ADP.

Duties include:

Verifying Kronos timekeeping information, entering time records and/or time changes into payroll system, researching and correcting payroll inaccuracies. Distributing checks in accordance with facility practices.

Distributing and reviewing health benefit information for new employees, and collecting benefit related forms and processing accordingly.

Processing monthly bills for insurance carriers and submitting to accounts payable for payment. Advising appropriate insurance carrier of errors/discrepancies.

Providing and conducting employment verification with outside organizations in compliance with current policy.

Education/Requirements:

Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent. The incumbent must have working knowledge of facility payroll system (ADP) and timekeeping system (Kronos), and have the ability to interpret information, generate reports and problem solve.

Long Term Care experience preferred.

Qualifications

Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

About Legacy Health Services

Legacy Community Health Services was created when the Montrose Clinic and The Assistance Fund merged in 2005. The Montrose Clinic, established in 1978, was a full-service healthcare center that served the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) and HIV-positive communities and other local residents. It was originally established to treat sexually transmitted diseases and soon developed a specialty in HIV, becoming one of the country's leading HIV testing and treatment centers. As it expanded into primary healthcare, the Clinic widened its focus to include uninsured and underinsured Houstonians, as well as its core group of GLBT patients. As the number of HIV and AIDS cases increased during the 1980s and 1990s, so did the cost of treatment -- often becoming an unbearable burden for HIV-positive patients. The Assistance Fund was founded in 1987 in response to this need, helping patients pay for medication and insurance premiums. When these patients became too ill to continue working, the problem just intensified. The Assistance Fund helped these patients maintain their quality of life, dignity and peace of mind. Both organizations had served Houston side-by-side for years and shared many common clients. By joining forces, we would be able to expand our programs and reach even more extraordinary people. Together, we have been able to grow our community healthcare initiatives while still meeting the needs of the HIV-positive and GLBT communities.