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Garnishment Admin Specialist


Alpharetta - Georgia - USA, Santa Ana - California - USA, Scottsdale - Arizona - USA


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• Performs payroll transactions related to garnishments to include set-up, data entry, garnishment interpretation and updating deductions data according to established timelines, standards and procedures
• Provides answers to garnishment and/or court notices as required within prescribed time limits
• Responds to routine inquiries from client contacts concerning garnishment deductions
• Ability to effectively examine, set up, process and reconcile garnishments
• Develops strong business partnerships with internal and client counterparts in Human Resources, Payroll, and Accounting
• Escalates non-routine inquiries and issues to Garnishment Manager
• Adheres to federal and state guidelines when handling garnishment orders
• Assists with garnishment set-up for new client implementations as requested
• Other Special projects or tasks assigned by Management.


• 1-3 years Garnishment and Payroll experience
• Knowledge of interpreting, entering and paying withholding orders including, but not limited to garnishments, child supports, student loans, and federal and state tax levies
• Knowledge of multi-state garnishment laws
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook
• Must be able to manage assigned work in an organized, proactive and independent manner to meet all required time frames and commitments
• Experience with handling a large volume of garnishments in a payroll processing environment
• Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm
• Demonstrated ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, and percentages
• Assists with related special projects as required
• Overtime may be required if needed

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Corporate overview

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