Senior Payroll Specialist- Dublin

  • Contract
  • County Dublin, Dublin City Centre, Ireland
  • 41974011

The Role

PE Global are recruiting for a Senior Payroll Specialist for our biotechnology client based in Dublin. This is an 8 -month contract role. Hybrid working options.

Job Responsibilities

  • Collaborate on cross-functional teams to support payroll processing
  • Process new hires, changes, and terminations in an accurate and timely manner
  • Maintain and review payroll inputs such as pay, deductions, and taxes
  • Verify and maintain time and attendance records
  • Ensure a high level of customer service is provided on a broad range of employee services related issues (time and attendance, shift premiums, taxation, stock options RSU’s, APSS scheme, relocation taxing issues, and payroll-related accruals)
  • Respond to inquiries on payroll related questions from employees and external contacts
  • Prepare journal entries and perform various month-end close tasks
  • Participate in monthly, quarterly, and year-end reporting and tax filing
  • Uphold a strong internal controls environment, as required by SOX, by designing and maintaining effective controls and procedures, ensuring compliance, monitoring audit findings, and implementing corrective actions as necessary
  • Communicate and actively partner with HR, Legal, Finance and other management as needed on payroll related matters.
  • Support Payroll manager when required on payroll related projects

Education & Experience

  • Minimum 3 – 5 years relevant experience in similar role is essential
  • Proven expertise in usage of MS Office Suite and HR systems (MS Excel, Visio, Outlook, PowerPoint, HCM, preferred)
  • Good knowledge and understanding of applicable local legislation and employment laws and compliance
  • Good problem-solving, organizational, analytical, and critical thinking skills, good presentation, and facilitation skills
  • Motivated self-starter who is detailed, results and process oriented with a focus on effective and efficient improvements
  • Organized individual with the ability to manage multiple priorities while maintaining high performance standards
  • Have a strong appreciation for driving data integrity, process improvement and high-quality service leveraging information and technology
  • Superior problem solving and analytical skills and ability to work in a highly visible, deadline-oriented position and environment
  • Excellent communication skills – fully fluent written and spoken English essential
  • Strong communication and people skills, comfortable working with a cross functional and collaborative team and effectively able to deal with all levels of personnel

Interested candidates should submit an updated CV.

Please click the link below to apply, or send an up-to-date CV

***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland****

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