About the role
- Seeking a dynamic experienced Payroll leader
- Leading Community Services Organisation
- Salary packaging, and competitive sector remuneration
About the opportunity
We have an excellent opportunity for a motivated, technically strong and skilled payroll leader to join our leading community services organisation. The role sits within a close working Payroll and HR department. The Payroll Manager is responsible for leading a strong and capable team who complete all end-to-end functions, processing for both weekly and fortnightly pay groups. The Payroll Manager is also responsible for management and oversight of all payroll operations, reconciliation and analysis of payroll data, meeting statutory compliance and being a source of advice and counsel for payroll related functions and processes.
You have the natural ability to lead and influence a team with a hands-on approach, as well as oversee the full end to end payroll for 4000+ employees in a fast-paced environment. A strong understanding of payroll compliance as well as Modern Awards and other state and industry legislation will see you succeed in this role. You are an experienced and highly organised payroll professional, a self-starter, with a can-do attitude and excellent attention to detail, a problem solver who is willing to take on any task necessary. In a practical sense, you will have:
- Demonstrated Payroll Manager experience (minimum 5 years) managing a payroll of 3,000+ employees
- Current knowledge of general payroll practices, procedures and operations and related legislation
- Familiarity with payroll software/HRIS (e.g. PayGlobal, Kronos considered an advantage) and MS Office (especially Excel)
- Comprehensive knowledge of Payroll tax and WorkCover legislation across multiple jurisdictions
- Experience dealing with ATO, Centrelink, The Child Support Agency and Superannuation clearing houses
- Solid financial acumen with in-depth knowledge and experience of payroll calculation and processing
- Team management experience
How to apply
If this sounds like you, apply today by submitting the below:
- Cover Letter (1-2 page outlining your suitability according to the position description)
- Current Resume (no more than 5 pages)
Applications close on Sunday 24 January 2021
Get in touch
Contact Shane Leversha, Head of People & Culture for a confidential discussion – firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the organisation
How to apply
Please quote in application: Payroll Manager via Pro Bono Australia.