Exciting opportunity with work-life balance, Reputable School, Northern Beaches location.
About the College
St Augustine's College - Sydneyis a Catholic Congregational school for boys in Years 5 to 12, teaching the Augustinian values of Truth, Love and Community. The College has a strong academic tradition and commitment to pastoral care.
The College is seeking a Payroll Officer with experience in iChris who will be responsible for managing the fortnightly pay cycle for approximately 200 employees.
Approximately 25 hours per week with some flexibility on how the hours are structured.
Your responsibilities willinclude:
Full management of fortnightly pay-cycle for approximately 200 staff (including casuals)
Administer changes e.g. rate changes, hours, allowances, deductions, etc.
Administer the Employee Self Service functionality including leave processing
Process statutory requirements: single touch payroll reporting, PAYG and Union Fee
Review and apply Enterprise Agreements and Award variations
Reconcile payroll fortnightly and prepare necessary journal entries
Process and reconcile Paid Parental Leave
Ensure necessary superannuation records are maintained, payments made on time and records reconciled
Produce payroll reports including: Costing Report, Payroll Journals and Reconciliation, Leave Liability reconciliations, Headcount, and other special reports as requested
Complete the implementation of iChris Payroll module and contribute to the implementation of other iChris modules.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Solid experience in iChris (required)
Experience in processing a medium size payroll end to end
Strong attention to detail and highly organised
Analytical mindset and knowledge of payroll accounting
Education industry payroll experience would be highly regarded
Current Working with Children Check Clearance is mandatory
Strong communication skills
Strong MS Office capability, in particular, Excel
Customer service focus
Accounting knowledge and experience will be an advantage
The successful applicant will be supportive of the aims and practices of the College, the Augustinian and Catholic ethos. Child Protection legislation applies and only applicants with full work rights in Australia will be considered.