Payroll Administrator (2884)

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented Payroll Administrator with experience in a fast-paced, high growth environment. This position is 100% remote.

The Payroll Administrator will be responsible for full cycle payroll and backup timesheet processing. The Payroll Administrator is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of preliminary and final payroll reports, timesheets, and reconciliations.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Process multiple bi-weekly payrolls
Assist with new employee setup, training, and terminations
Collaborate with Timesheet Administrator to ensure labor is complete and accurate for payroll submission
Ensure compliance with statutory regulations, company policy and internal controls
Reconcile payroll account balances to general ledger
Participate in the implementation of payroll system upgrades and changes, including user testing
Support the timely response to tax notices, wages orders and payroll related correspondence
Reconcile quarterly and annual payroll tax filings
Provide the highest level of customer support for both internal and external customers
Perform full cycle timesheet processing which includes timesheet review and correction, as well as labor, leave and special pay postings
Work closely with management, employees, and other functional areas to resolve timesheet issues
Support various internal and external audits
Other related duties as assigned
Required Skills and Experience:

Clearance Required: None. US Citizenship required for work on DoD contracts.
3+ years of Payroll experience
Experience with Deltek Costpoint Time and Expense is required
Experience with ADP WorkForce Now
Must be detail-oriented and able to work under pressure to meet deadlines
Strong organizational and analytical skills
Strong and effective communication, both written and verbal
Strong interpersonal skills
Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills
Desired Experience:

Self-starter with ability to learn and excel in fast-paced environment
Experience with Cognos (BI) reporting is a plus


Our tradition of delivering innovative, technical solutions dates back to 1995, however, you may know us better by one of our legacy company names: Trident Technologies, Smartronix, Datastrong or C2S Consulting Group. With the support of OceanSound Partners, our private equity investment sponsor, we began operating as one business starting in 2019 and became SMX in 2021. We operate in close proximity to our clients around the globe and have core locations in Alabama, California, DC Metro, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, and Massachusetts.

Today, as SMX, we are one team and together empower government and commercial enterprises to become more effective, innovative, and resilient, no matter what challenges they face.

SMX is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to disability status, protected veteran status, race, color, age, religion, national origin, citizenship, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or genetic information. SMX is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer including disability and veterans.

Selected applicant will be subject to a background investigation.