12-month contract with possibility of extension, Act as senior knowledge base for payroll systems and processes, Family-friendly global employer in Toowoomba w/ genuine work-life balance.
Full-time fixed-term contract (12 months) Based in Toowoomba
Russell Mineral Equipment (RME) is a unique engineering design, technology and manufacturing company. We invent machine systems and provide service-based solutions for problems encountered in the worlds mining and mineral processing industries. With a history spanning more than 30 years, RME has grown from being a very small company with just one employee to one which today operates in 57 countries, has four international Regional Service Centres and employs more than 400 personnel worldwide. RME is a multiple award-winning Australian exporter, attaining induction into the Australian Exporters Hall of Fame in 2009 and is a global employer of choice.
There is now an exciting opportunity for a Senior Payroll Officer to join RMEs People team on a 12-month fixed-term basis, with the possibility of extension.
The Senior Payroll Officer is responsible for facilitating the timely and accurate payment of remuneration to RME Australia employees whilst ensuring regulatory compliance, confidentiality and adherence to RME Policies and Procedures. The Senior Payroll Officer will act as a senior, experienced knowledge base for all enquiries relating to payroll systems, policy and processes.
Duties of the Senior Payroll Officer will include, but are not limited to:
Timely and accurate processing of fortnightly payroll and ad hoc payments
Completion of End of Month (EOM) and End of Year (EOY) payroll processing and reporting, including processing of:
Frequent liaison with outsourced provider and software management of payroll system, ADP RealTime and PayForce
Conduct regular and accurate payroll, general ledger and bank reconciliations in coordination with Finance team
Creation and update of employee information, including allowances, deductions and entitlements
Ensure compliance with relevant Awards, employment contracts, industrial instruments and other applicable legislation
Management of all payroll queries entered into the Human Resources (HR) / Payroll HelpDesk
Provision of general advice and recommendations with regard to payroll processes
Skills, Qualifications and Experience
At least 5 years payroll processing experience in a multi-Award environment within a medium- to large-scale company
Advanced computer literacy including significant experience in the use of cloud-based payroll technology, as well as Microsoft Office suite and financial systems
High-level knowledge of relevant legislation and guidelines including National Employment Standards, Award interpretation, superannuation, taxation, payroll tax, workers compensation etc.
High-level written and spoken communication skills, with a customer-centric approach
Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality whilst handling sensitive information
Ability to maintain a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail whilst adhering to strict deadlines
Ability to work with a high level of autonomy and take initiative
Diploma or equivalent qualification(s) in Payroll, Finance, Human Resources or other relevant area(s)
Experience working in an outsourced payroll environment
Experience in the use of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system Microsoft Dynamics AX
Possession of a current QLD C Class Open Drivers Licence (required)
by 2 December 2019.
Candidates applying for this role must be prepared to undergo an extensive recruitment process, which may include a medical screening with drug and alcohol testing and a federal police check.
Candidates submitted via recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
25/11/2019$0Toowoomba & Darling Downs1 Accounting
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