Payroll Officer - Part Time
CEQ
  • locationLoganholme, QLD
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time 24 February 2021
  • locationLoganholme, QLD
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time
Job Description

Job DescriptionCEQ is an industrial electrical contractor working across the Asia Pacific Region.  We specialise in complex electrical design and installation in Industrial, Infrastructure Services, Mining and the Greater Pacific markets.  More about our business can be viewed on our website at www.ceq.com.au .Currently in a large period of growth, the Payroll Officer (Part Time) is a newly created role to support this growth and ensure we deliver consistency in service delivery to our most valuable asset - our employees. The role will join and established finance and HR team, and involve taking leadership of the payroll with key tasks involving: Overseeing the end to end weekly payroll processing for approximately 200 company staff.Preparation of PAYG, Payroll Tax, WorkCover, Portable Redundancy Fund, Long Service Leave and Superannuation payments.The ability to interpret complex awards and EBAs. Calculation and processing of termination paymentsManagement of payroll based adjustments such as back pays, workcover and taxation requirements Senior stakeholder engagement with staff. Develop and strive for process improvement to improve efficiencies Providing accurate information in response to employee queries.It is anticipated the role will require 2 days per week and is expected to grow across time into a full time engagement as the needs of the business increase.  The successful applicant will be willing to commit to that growth and work toward a full time engagement. RequirementsThe successful applicant will have proven experience in a similar Payroll Officer (autonomous) position along with the following skills and attributes: More than 5 years’ experience of end to end weekly payroll processing (in-house) (experience using COINS preferred, ADP, Kronos or similar desirable) Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Proven process improvement initiatives.The ability to work under pressure to achieve deadlines.Extensive and current knowledge of payroll legislation and compliance including payroll, tax, PAYG, Workers Compensation, FBT, Terminations & STP reportingExperience with and are comfortable in interpreting Awards/EBA's/Employment contracts Solid Payroll reporting experienceCan work to resolve queries relating to payroll across the organisation Can be relied upon to treat the payroll function with confidentialityCan work collaboratively with teams across the business including Finance and ConstructionBenefitsCEQ provides the following to our team:Above award remuneration2 days paid mental health leave per year in addition to NES entitlementsProfessional development opportunitiesAbility to work from home where requiredAll applicants are received in strict confidence.  Please note only successful applicants may be contacted for interview. CEQ is an equal opportunity employer, and applications are encouraged from candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please note no agency applications will be accepted.RequirementsThe successful applicant will have proven experience in a similar Payroll Officer (autonomous) position along with the following skills and attributes: More than 5 years’ experience of end to end weekly payroll processing (in-house) (experience using COINS preferred, ADP, Kronos or similar desirable) Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Proven process improvement initiatives. The ability to work under pressure to achieve deadlines. Extensive and current knowledge of payroll legislation and compliance including payroll, tax, PAYG, Workers Compensation, FBT, Terminations & STP reporting Experience with and are comfortable in interpreting Awards/EBA's/Employment contracts Solid Payroll reporting experience Can work to resolve queries relating to payroll across the organisation Can be relied upon to treat the payroll function with confidentiality Can work collaboratively with teams across the business including Finance and Construction

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Payroll Officer - Part Time

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    Loganholme, QLD, Any
  • Key Dates:
    24 February 2021
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Job Description

Job DescriptionCEQ is an industrial electrical contractor working across the Asia Pacific Region.  We specialise in complex electrical design and installation in Industrial, Infrastructure Services, Mining and the Greater Pacific markets.  More about our business can be viewed on our website at www.ceq.com.au .Currently in a large period of growth, the Payroll Officer (Part Time) is a newly created role to support this growth and ensure we deliver consistency in service delivery to our most valuable asset - our employees. The role will join and established finance and HR team, and involve taking leadership of the payroll with key tasks involving: Overseeing the end to end weekly payroll processing for approximately 200 company staff.Preparation of PAYG, Payroll Tax, WorkCover, Portable Redundancy Fund, Long Service Leave and Superannuation payments.The ability to interpret complex awards and EBAs. Calculation and processing of termination paymentsManagement of payroll based adjustments such as back pays, workcover and taxation requirements Senior stakeholder engagement with staff. Develop and strive for process improvement to improve efficiencies Providing accurate information in response to employee queries.It is anticipated the role will require 2 days per week and is expected to grow across time into a full time engagement as the needs of the business increase.  The successful applicant will be willing to commit to that growth and work toward a full time engagement. RequirementsThe successful applicant will have proven experience in a similar Payroll Officer (autonomous) position along with the following skills and attributes: More than 5 years’ experience of end to end weekly payroll processing (in-house) (experience using COINS preferred, ADP, Kronos or similar desirable) Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Proven process improvement initiatives.The ability to work under pressure to achieve deadlines.Extensive and current knowledge of payroll legislation and compliance including payroll, tax, PAYG, Workers Compensation, FBT, Terminations & STP reportingExperience with and are comfortable in interpreting Awards/EBA's/Employment contracts Solid Payroll reporting experienceCan work to resolve queries relating to payroll across the organisation Can be relied upon to treat the payroll function with confidentialityCan work collaboratively with teams across the business including Finance and ConstructionBenefitsCEQ provides the following to our team:Above award remuneration2 days paid mental health leave per year in addition to NES entitlementsProfessional development opportunitiesAbility to work from home where requiredAll applicants are received in strict confidence.  Please note only successful applicants may be contacted for interview. CEQ is an equal opportunity employer, and applications are encouraged from candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please note no agency applications will be accepted.RequirementsThe successful applicant will have proven experience in a similar Payroll Officer (autonomous) position along with the following skills and attributes: More than 5 years’ experience of end to end weekly payroll processing (in-house) (experience using COINS preferred, ADP, Kronos or similar desirable) Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Proven process improvement initiatives. The ability to work under pressure to achieve deadlines. Extensive and current knowledge of payroll legislation and compliance including payroll, tax, PAYG, Workers Compensation, FBT, Terminations & STP reporting Experience with and are comfortable in interpreting Awards/EBA's/Employment contracts Solid Payroll reporting experience Can work to resolve queries relating to payroll across the organisation Can be relied upon to treat the payroll function with confidentiality Can work collaboratively with teams across the business including Finance and Construction


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