Payroll Team Leader

Job description

• Overall responsibility for the quality, accuracy – including financial reconciliations, oversight, management and delivery of the Group payroll function. • Ensure timely input of payroll-related tasks including additions and deductions, ensuring all payroll related activities are processed in time for the monthly payroll run.

• Identify, prioritise and implement process, control and policy improvements, leveraging technology where appropriate.

• Monitor the integrity of payroll data and where required actively assist with internal and external payroll audits.

• Responsibility for submission of all payroll related returns to the Revenue Commissioners and CSO.

• Manage the accurate and timely payment of monthly expense claims.

• Monitoring and tracking against key performance indicators of the area for the business.

• Handle all employee payroll queries as they arise, in a professional and discrete manner.

• Lead the payroll team in the achievement of organisational goals, guide, support, direct and develop direct reports.

• Complete ad-hoc payroll reporting as required and lead all payroll related projects. • Demonstrate Vhi Values and support behaviours in all aspects of your work Customer Satisfaction

• Ensure all outgoing payroll and staff expense related payments are processed on time and accurately

• Respond to staff queries discretely and in a timely manner Excellent Analytical skills

• Lead in identifying process improvements, ensuring lean business approach Commercial Acumen

• Lead financial control and accuracy

• Maintain up-to-date processes, procedures and work instructions Interpersonal and team leadership skills

• Flexibility. • Effective communication • Coaching and training as required • Continuous improvement and development.

• Payroll qualification (IPASS preferred)

• Excellent knowledge of payroll legislation and employment tax experience (desirable).

• Strong experience in a busy Irish payroll environment, minimum of +4 years’ experience desired.

• Previous experience using payroll systems, Core (desirable).

• Ability to work autonomously to own initiative either independently or as part of a team.

• Operate with a high level of integrity, diplomacy, confidentiality and sensitivity.

• Payroll implementation experience – either from a payroll service and/or system perspective.

• Strong communication skills, ability to forge strong relationships

• Experience in managing teams

• Excellent analytical and numerical skills.

• Proactive and ability to ensure tasks are completed to strict deadlines.

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