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- Job Listing Date
- 10 Jan 2019
- Perth, CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Accounting, Payroll
About the business and the role
activpayroll is a leading global professional service organisation, providing integrated global and domestic payroll solutions; expatriate taxation services and online HR people management tools to over 1000 companies in more than 140 countries worldwide.
1.The Payroll Officer shall perform payroll processing activities for the customers Australian payrolls.
2.The Payroll Officer shall be familiarised with payroll related legislation, taxation rules and Superannuation requirements and have an ability to apply this knowledge to the payroll processing activities.
3.The Payroll Officer shall develop their skills and knowledge to a point where they are able to process payrolls with no assistance except for minimal guidance from the Payroll Operations Manager.
4.The Payroll Officer shall be able to produce payroll reports and payslips with minimum assistance.
5.The Payroll Officer shall produce payroll related financial reporting, Gross to Net Reports and General Ledgers.
Job tasks and responsibilities
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Processing and reconciling basic weekly/fortnightly /monthly Australian payrolls
• Responsible for accurate inputting of payroll information into reconciliations
• Importing payroll information into payroll software
• Maintenance of payroll records
• Ensuring comprehensive payroll records are kept, both paper and electronic
• Completion of checkers checklist
• Printing, sealing and sending payslips as required
• Preparation of daily payments files
• Manual calculations of statutory payments & deductions
• Processing of Australian regulatory payroll forms
• Ensure that clients payroll manual is relevant, up-to-date and is used at all times
• Compliance with company procedures
• Accurate time recording and payslip head count, to enable invoice procedure
• Ensure compliance with Data Protection regulations
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- How many years of payroll experience do you have?
- What's your expected annual base salary?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
- Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?