The CPA has an exciting opportunity for a Payroll Compliance Advisor in our Compliance Services Department. The primary focus of this position is to provide payroll compliance knowledge and expertise to CPA members through the Payroll InfoLine. The incumbent will project manage legislative updates to CPA's intellectual property for Certification and Professional Development (PD) seminar material and facilitate CPA's PD seminars.
Provide accurate, current and verifiable information, guidance and assistance to CPA members and certification students on payroll and related subject matters.
Conduct required or necessary research (through government contacts, internet research etc.) for the above.
Document above findings with backup or applicable resource for future reference needs.
Use experience and results to determine member needs (i.e. new programs, articles, develop questions and answers).
Facilitating and Updating of CPA Professional Development (PD) Seminar Programs
Facilitate the current suite of CPA PD seminars to groups of up to 50 people.
Update and maintain the PDS seminars including speakers notes, powerpoint, binder content, workbooks, question and anwers for legislative changes, accuracy, correctness and improvements.
Update and maintain corporate training programs.
Update and Maintain the CPA's Education and Certification Programs and associated initiatives
Update content for the three payroll courses of the Payroll Compliance Practitioner program.
Participate in advocacy activities for the CPA such as Federal Government Relations Advisory Council (FGRAC) and Quebec Government Relations Advisory Council (QGRAC) sub-committee as required.
Dialogue, CPA Website, and CPA Public Relations
Write Q&A's for above, payroll tips, newsletter, Dialogue and late breaking news submissions.
Proof brochures, bulletins, (including translations as required) etc.
Read daily newspapers, subscriptions, newsletters for relevant payroll information and share relevant information with team members.
Post-secondary education – University degree or College diploma
Education in adult education and training
Completion of the CPA's Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) certification
Highly skilled and vast multi-jurisdictional payroll knowledge
Ability to interpret and explain legislation (Income Tax Act, Employment Insurance Act, Canada Pension Plan Act, Employment and Labour Standards Acts; Provincial Income Tax Acts, and Workers' Compensation Legislation)
Display strong research skills
Ability to write communication pieces for various publications and periodicals
Work as part of a Team
Ability to multi-task on various projects and initiatives to meet tight deadlines
The Canadian Payroll Association is the national association that has represented employers' payroll interests since 1978. The CPA is an influential organization, affecting payroll practices in hundreds of thousands of small, medium and large employers across the country. With more than 20,000 members in Canada and abroad, the CPA is recognized as the pre-eminent source of knowledge and information for anyone who administers a Canadian payroll; delivering certification, professional development programs, and products and services that enable payroll practitioners to enhance operations, meet new legislative requirements and utilize emerging technologies.
You'll love working for the CPA because:
We reward competitively for your skills and contribution
You will be eligible to receive a performance incentive based on your contribution and Association results
We offer comprehensive Group Benefits & RRSP programs
We are conveniently located in downtown Toronto
You will enjoy seasonal floater days, personal paid days
We encourage you to continuously develop your talents and toolkit through exciting projects and our professional development program
You will be part of a talented & enthusiastic team!
Interested candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to:
The Canadian Payroll Association
The Canadian Payroll Association is committed to diversity and employment equity and welcomes all applications from qualified individuals.
The Canadian Payroll Association is an equal opportunity employer; as such, accommodation is available to applicants that may require it. Applicants requiring accommodation are encouraged to contact Jelena Misur, HR Coordinator at Jelena.firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss requirements.
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.