Payroll Administrator

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    091 455309

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    18 days ago

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    Ciara Darcy

Job description

Role: Payroll Administrator

Location: Galway City

Contract: Temp 9 months

Our manufacturing client is looking for a contractor to join their team for a 9-month project. You will own and drive employee life-cycle processes such as Payroll, On-boarding, Off-boarding, Data Management, Time and Attendance and other transactional tasks for all employees within scope.

An an interest in HR is desirable but not essential. A strong background in payroll is essential.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Execute HR plans, processes, and programs aligned with business objectives and HR strategy.
  • Tie out each payroll processed to ensure all payments have been properly processed and appropriate taxes/deductions withheld as scheduled;
  • Manage any payroll queries and payroll related documents which need to be issued
  • Responsible for the execution of standard reports to finance
  • Manage T&A data collection and ensure timely submission of all (in)variable data for payroll calculations, always assuring highest levels of accuracy;
  • Manage and coordinate both the On-boarding and Off-boarding processes, ensuring that all the HR activities are completed for both newcomers and leavers;
  • Manage all personnel administration (including offers and changes in labor relationship such as increases, bonuses and redundancies, letter preparation, employee file maintenance);
  • Administer all relevant benefits, such as Private Pension, Contractual Insurance etc.;
  • Ensure the HRMS system is up-to-date with accurate data, perform the transactions (such as new hires, promotions, pay changes, leaves of absence, etc) and provide HRMS self-service administration;
  • Manage and respond to customer queries, with a first contact resolution goal and create and maintain the knowledge articles for the country / cluster;
  • Administer all aspects of the various HR policies and ensure compliance to all statutory regulations;
  • Collaborate with the HR Solutions team, HRIT team, other HR departments and managers to resolve inquiries and issues and drive continuous improvement;
  • Actively support enterprise and system and process improvement implementations (where applicable);

 Key Requirements:

  • Associate degree with 2+ years of payroll experience working with a high volume of transactions and managing vendors
  • Proven track record of managing internal and external stakeholders
  • Process driven, with strong understanding of HR processes, policies and systems (PeopleSoft/SAP, etc.)
  • Experience with administering HR systems, PeopleSoft and Taleo preferred
  • HR policy and program administration experience a plus
  • Intermediate level MS Office skills are required

To apply for this position or for more information you can contact me in the strictest confidence: Ciara Darcy, Principal Recruitment Consultant – 091 455309 -

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