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      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      New Payroll System Manager 12 month max term contract role working for a large, well recognised national not for profit organisation. This position will focus on maintaining, upgrading and managing enhancements to the payroll and T&A systems. You will maintain system workflows, ensure data integrity and support the roll out of new system users. There will also be elements of report generation for the HR team. This max term contract role can be based remotely but may involve some attendance to the head office based Sydney CBD on occasion. Key responsibilities include:Managing and maintaining the iChris/ Chris21 & Kronos systems and workflows. Maintain the operations performance of the system by troubleshooting issues and raising requests with IT. Prompt resolution of any system issues.Oversee the iChris and Kronos system upgrades and enhancements.Manage the roll out of Kronos across Australia.Maintain and regularly analyse data to ensure data integrity.Prepare clear documentation of system upgrades and enhancements to ensure changes are understood by payroll and other system users.Continually educate kronos end users on compliance metrics and participate in monthly kronos group sessions.Prepare and provide oversight of high quality HR reports and visual dashboards for leadership teams.Analyse and assess workforce data and identify patterns and trends to inform business decision making. Ensure high levels of stakeholder management throughout the projects and ensure a level of trust. Understand stakeholders expectations and work collaboratively with them to understand any of their concerns. Preferred skills and previous experience:Holding tertiary qualifications in HR/IR would be beneficial.Strong systems background and knowledge of Chris21 / iChris and Kronos. Exposure to PowerBi would be highly regarded.Advanced excel skills would be expected.Preferred experience working on complex system projects.Ability to demonstrate experience in business requirement gathering and process mapping.HR data analysis and reporting is desired.Experience designing, simplifying and streamlining end to end payroll processes to improve employee experience.Ability to initiate and implement appropriate change management activities.Ability to influence and collaborate with key stakeholders.Ability to interpret legislation and Enterprise Agreements.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.
      New Payroll System Manager 12 month max term contract role working for a large, well recognised national not for profit organisation. This position will focus on maintaining, upgrading and managing enhancements to the payroll and T&A systems. You will maintain system workflows, ensure data integrity and support the roll out of new system users. There will also be elements of report generation for the HR team. This max term contract role can be based remotely but may involve some attendance to the head office based Sydney CBD on occasion. Key responsibilities include:Managing and maintaining the iChris/ Chris21 & Kronos systems and workflows. Maintain the operations performance of the system by troubleshooting issues and raising requests with IT. Prompt resolution of any system issues.Oversee the iChris and Kronos system upgrades and enhancements.Manage the roll out of Kronos across Australia.Maintain and regularly analyse data to ensure data integrity.Prepare clear documentation of system upgrades and enhancements to ensure changes are understood by payroll and other system users.Continually educate kronos end users on compliance metrics and participate in monthly kronos group sessions.Prepare and provide oversight of high quality HR reports and visual dashboards for leadership teams.Analyse and assess workforce data and identify patterns and trends to inform business decision making. Ensure high levels of stakeholder management throughout the projects and ensure a level of trust. Understand stakeholders expectations and work collaboratively with them to understand any of their concerns. Preferred skills and previous experience:Holding tertiary qualifications in HR/IR would be beneficial.Strong systems background and knowledge of Chris21 / iChris and Kronos. Exposure to PowerBi would be highly regarded.Advanced excel skills would be expected.Preferred experience working on complex system projects.Ability to demonstrate experience in business requirement gathering and process mapping.HR data analysis and reporting is desired.Experience designing, simplifying and streamlining end to end payroll processes to improve employee experience.Ability to initiate and implement appropriate change management activities.Ability to influence and collaborate with key stakeholders.Ability to interpret legislation and Enterprise Agreements.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.
      • north sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, super + company benefits + WFH
      • full-time
      This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious payroll candidate to step into a Senior Payroll Officer position working within an established payroll team reporting to the Group Financial Controller. This full time permanent role comes with excellent learning and up-skilling opportunities and the chance to coach, mentor and support the payroll team with weekly processing, reporting, payroll projects, etc. This role provides flexible working opportunities using the hybrid model working from the office and home. The office is located in North Sydney and is close to public transportation. Key responsibilities: Timely and accurate processing of payroll on a weekly / fortnightly basis.Accurate processing of commissions in accordance with current agreements.Maintenance of employee master data and the processing functions of the payroll and T&A systems.Review and respond to payroll queries.Preparation of accurate and timely reporting, including the preparation of EOM journal entries and allocation of employee entitlements.Assisting with the preparation of month end papers and journals for payroll related accruals (leave, wages, commissions, etc).Assist with monthly employee reporting.PAYG and superannuation calculations.Preferred skills and experience:Proven end to end payroll processing experience.Experience with award interpretation, system maintenance , PAYG and payroll tax.Experience working with a range of Payroll systems and ability to adapt and pick up new systems quickly.Ability to interpret and apply legislation, regulations, policies and procedures.Intermediate excel skills are preferred.Strong communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative environment. 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.
      This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious payroll candidate to step into a Senior Payroll Officer position working within an established payroll team reporting to the Group Financial Controller. This full time permanent role comes with excellent learning and up-skilling opportunities and the chance to coach, mentor and support the payroll team with weekly processing, reporting, payroll projects, etc. This role provides flexible working opportunities using the hybrid model working from the office and home. The office is located in North Sydney and is close to public transportation. Key responsibilities: Timely and accurate processing of payroll on a weekly / fortnightly basis.Accurate processing of commissions in accordance with current agreements.Maintenance of employee master data and the processing functions of the payroll and T&A systems.Review and respond to payroll queries.Preparation of accurate and timely reporting, including the preparation of EOM journal entries and allocation of employee entitlements.Assisting with the preparation of month end papers and journals for payroll related accruals (leave, wages, commissions, etc).Assist with monthly employee reporting.PAYG and superannuation calculations.Preferred skills and experience:Proven end to end payroll processing experience.Experience with award interpretation, system maintenance , PAYG and payroll tax.Experience working with a range of Payroll systems and ability to adapt and pick up new systems quickly.Ability to interpret and apply legislation, regulations, policies and procedures.Intermediate excel skills are preferred.Strong communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative environment. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Your New CompanyDo you want to work for the worlds #1 recruitment agency? Do you want to be mentored by a team of successful leaders? Do you want to be inspired by those around you and benefit from continued professional development?Working at Randstad is unlike working at any other organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do. By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential.Your new roleAs the Payroll Officer, you will join a team renowned for their collaborative and supportive team culture. You will be reporting directly to the Assistant Payroll Manager, who is highly regarded for their knowledgeable and nurturing management style. Your Main Responsibilities Collect daily, weekly or monthly timesheetsCalculate bonuses and allowancesPrepare employee's compensation by the end of each month Distribute payment statements and gather signed receipts Ensure wages and tax with holdings comply with regulationsEnter new employee's data into internal databasesYour Company BenefitsLocated in beautifully modern offices in Sydney CBDCorporate staff discounts - health insurance, gym memberships and more!Birthday day offFlexibility to work from home5 min walk to Wynyard Station, Sydney CBDLaptop and headset provided On-going learning and development opportunities Your ExperiencePrevious Payroll or Accounts experienceTime-management skillsAbility to handle confidential informationIf this role sounds like the right role for you, please APPLY NOW, or alternatively email your resume to Lauren at Lauren.Thayers@randstad.com.au.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.
      Your New CompanyDo you want to work for the worlds #1 recruitment agency? Do you want to be mentored by a team of successful leaders? Do you want to be inspired by those around you and benefit from continued professional development?Working at Randstad is unlike working at any other organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do. By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential.Your new roleAs the Payroll Officer, you will join a team renowned for their collaborative and supportive team culture. You will be reporting directly to the Assistant Payroll Manager, who is highly regarded for their knowledgeable and nurturing management style. Your Main Responsibilities Collect daily, weekly or monthly timesheetsCalculate bonuses and allowancesPrepare employee's compensation by the end of each month Distribute payment statements and gather signed receipts Ensure wages and tax with holdings comply with regulationsEnter new employee's data into internal databasesYour Company BenefitsLocated in beautifully modern offices in Sydney CBDCorporate staff discounts - health insurance, gym memberships and more!Birthday day offFlexibility to work from home5 min walk to Wynyard Station, Sydney CBDLaptop and headset provided On-going learning and development opportunities Your ExperiencePrevious Payroll or Accounts experienceTime-management skillsAbility to handle confidential informationIf this role sounds like the right role for you, please APPLY NOW, or alternatively email your resume to Lauren at Lauren.Thayers@randstad.com.au.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.

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