payroll project leader and project officer in Melbourne CBD

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david andrews, randstad
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job description

These two positions have arisen due to a large scale transformation of how this particular government entity who use SAP is run.

A section of the payroll will be split out from the current payroll and then shared between a number of outsourced service providers. All of whom would have different T&As and payroll systems.

The role is working with a project director to manage a small team to set up a new payroll process in SAP and then to manage the data migration and transition of sections of the payroll to different outsourced providers.


- Managing parts of the project, planning the project.

- Including looking at the scope and budget of the project, work breakdown, communication plans and risk management.

- Tracking the status of the particular deliverables of the project, sticking to the KPIs and providing regular forecasts on due dates.

- You'll also be setting objectives around the project, cost tracking, performance tracking and ensuring a smooth transition of the section of the payroll.

- Working with the systems team and figuring out how to ensure that the different time and attendance systems link in to SAP.

- Testing that the above solutions work with parallel runs, system integration testing and user acceptance testing.

- Hiring project officers to ensure delivery to the project.

- Managing the data migration.


- Experience in a payroll of over 5,000 staff.

- Experience in a SAP environment.

Experience managing projects.

At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.


SAP, project management, systems testing, time and attendance, payroll, integration, outsourcing, transition, change management



educational requirements

Primary School/Junior High