Payroll Technician
City Of Indianapolis and Marion County - Indianapolis, IN

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Position responsible for providing data entry skills to the Payroll Section and assist with various activities in support of payroll operations.

**In order to be considered for this position you must come in and complete: Typing test (minimum 40 wpm required) and data entry test (minimum 8,000 strokes per hour required). Testing is completed in the City County Building, Suite 1541 from 9-3 and will take less than 20 minutes to complete. No appointment necessary, walk-ins only.**

Position Responsibilities:

Receives and inputs personnel changes to the payroll system.

Checks completed time cards for correct hours and signatures and enters data into the computer.

Operates sorter and printer to prepare time cards for all employees. Prepares duplicate time cards to replace lost or damaged time cards as requested.

Sorts and distributes final payroll and time cards to departmental payroll clerks. Provides assistance in sorting and distributing test run.

Responsible for verification of bonds entered in the payroll system.

Maintains filing system on all completed work.

Receives and sorts inserts for inclusion with payroll checks.

This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.


High School diploma and /or GED and a minimum of two (2) years experience required. Knowledge of general office practices and procedures. Ability to type forty (40) words per minute and key ten thousand (8,000) strokes per hour. Ability to operate person computer, CRT, sorter, and printer machines. Ability to handle a large workload and pressure of deadlines. Must possess good organizational skills and be detail oriented. Ability to maintain accurate files. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.

Independent Judgment:

Position requires the knowledge of established policies and procedures, which controls most of the incumbent(s) actions. Very limited independent judgment is utilized.