Our client is a leading engineering, procurement and construction company. They are looking to add an experienced Payroll Coordinator on a six-month contract.
Work with our payroll provider ensuring all agreed processes and procedures for the various legal entities (namely Ireland, UK and Denmark) are executed to prepare and deliver the standard/regular monthly payrolls in an efficient, accurate timely manner. All employees to be paid correctly and on time.
Responsible for ensuring the agreed processes and procedures that are in place with our outsourced payroll provider, internal stakeholders and external tax advisors for shadow payroll processing on a monthly basis are adhered too. Ensuring all employees have been captured, with accurate reporting. Strict alignment to agreed calendars, supporting our outsourced payroll provider running payroll efficiently, accurately and on-time.
Build relationships with the Global Mobility Manager and external tax advisors to ensure all topics relating to the associated country legislation are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure compliance.
Working closely with HR to investigate and resolve employee payroll queries and supporting ad hoc payroll issues in a timely manner.
Responsibility to ensure sufficient controls and validations are in place to approve payroll vendor submissions. Ensuring accuracy and legislative compliance at all times.
Accountable for ensuring all monthly employee benefits are administered effectively including pensions, holiday payments and all other employee related benefits via payroll.
Identifies, investigates, and resolves discrepancies in payroll records working with the relevant parties. Maintains a continuous improvement approach to ensure errors are minimised and reoccurrences eliminated.
Having an in-depth knowledge and understanding of in-country tax requirements, responsibilities, administering the tasks as, and when required, ensuring all deadlines are achieved.
Liaises with Globality Mobility Manager for all employee’s on international assignment in Ireland/Denmark to ensure compliance with international taxes, exclusion orders and relevant tax registration as required.
Responsible for managing, uploading and making payments as required for all statutory local government liabilities.
Support all Adhoc payroll related requests from Finance, HR, Business/Departments, Local and Global. Local Government surveys.
Provide input and support to various project as necessary.
Understand the impact of Company, Business and Government changes on payroll outcome and provision.
Experience and Skills:
Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role
Accounts technician / IPass / accountancy qualification, or equivalent
Previous experience of working with an outsourced payroll provider, ideally on a global basis
Previous experience of working for a global organisation in a payroll capacity
Excellent attention to detail
Initiative and self-motivated individual
Excellent time-management skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills