Own the day-to-day Payroll function, with support from the wider finance team., Full time role, based a 5-minute walk from Flinders Street Station, Work from Home Mondays & Fridays!.
An excellent opportunity to own the day-to-day Payroll function, with support from the wider finance team.
Full time role, based a 5-minute walk from Flinders Street Station
Work from Home Mondays & Fridays!
The Australian Ballet is one of the worlds leading national dance companies and a globally recognised performing arts organisation. Each year the company presents upwards of 220 performances through its main stage seasons in Australia along with public programs, special events, an extensive regional tour, a Childrens Ballet and Education programs and regular overseas tours.
The Payroll Specialist is accountable for the payroll function, and the timely and accurate processing, reconciliation and payment of payroll, superannuation, employment related taxation, royalties and salary packaging for all employees, contractors and guest artists of The Australian Ballet group, including Orchestra Victoria.
The payroll function comprises all aspects of payroll administration: payment of salaries, wages, allowances, and terminations covered by three enterprise agreements, as well as work cover return administration and liaison with appropriate authorities.
Responsibilities of this role include:
Produce accurate and timely salaries, pay slips and reports for approximately 300 employees of The Australian Ballet, and Orchestra Victoria
Compiling summaries of earnings, taxes, deductions, leave and non-taxable wages and reporting on this
Submit paperwork to accompany group tax, Workcover premium, MEAA dues (Union), other contributions and superannuation payments to Accounts Payable Administrator
Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions
Prepare and lodge annual payment summaries for The Australian Ballet and Orchestra Victoria employees in line with ATO requirements.
Ensure STP lodgments are submitted in a timely manner after each pay run and termination of employee.
Prepare and lodge annual payment summary reconciliation to ATO ensuring the summary accurately reflects salaries and allowances paid during the preceding financial year
Manage audit requirements.
Assist with the management of The Australian Ballets relationship with salary sacrifice providers. Prepare and submit monthly reports to Accounts Payable Administrator who will make payment to all superannuation funds.
Liaise with superannuation funds when required and manage employee and other queries
Prepare and lodge monthly superannuation reports to designated Super Clearing House
Set-up staff accounts in The Australian Ballet Default Superannuation Fund as and when required.
Desired Skills and Experience
Related tertiary qualification in Finance or Business, including payroll specialization, or commensurate experience.
Demonstrated experience preparing a multifaceted payroll across multiple industrial instruments
Experience in salary packaging, taxation and implementing interpreting employment related legislative changes, and briefing senior executives on such issues
Technology One Payroll or similar system expertise
Experience in interpreting Certified Agreements and Employment Awards
Experience preparing and managing other indirect taxation.
Applications close at 5pm on Friday 7th May 2021. We will be reviewing applications as they come in so please dont wait to apply.
26/04/2021$0CBD & Inner Suburbs1 Accounting
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