Payroll Manager
Full Time

Your Role

As the Payroll Manager, you are responsible for leading the delivery of payroll services to over 500 employees across Australia and New Zealand. This is a leadership and hands-on role processing the monthly and weekly payrolls with the support of our Payroll Specialist. 

You will take ownership and responsibility for ensuring accurate and timely payments that adhere to legislation and provide specialist advice and recommendations as the payroll subject matter expert (SME). 

You will always be thinking about continuous improvement not only from an employee experience perspective but also developing and refining the payroll process to consider risk, penalties, efficiency and governance. 

As a key conduit between HR and Finance, you will play an integral role in supporting month end reconciliations across the teams. You will have the ability to build and grow strong partnerships with internal stakeholders (Finance, HR etc.) and 3rd party vendors (including Kronos, Preceda, business process outsourced providers, etc.).

As a system owner, you will be accountable for data integrity at all times and will ensure appropriate governance and audit of payrolls. 

A Typical Day

Your day will include leading and transacting the Australian payroll processes across our employee lifecycle including the preparation of complex calculations and overseeing the New Zealand payroll that is currently managed by our payroll provider, Preceda. 

You will be responsible for ensuring adherence to legislation, awards, EBA’s and contractual agreements within our service targets for a timely payroll across both countries. 

You will provide sound advice and recommendations regarding relevant legislation, allowances, deductions, superannuation, payroll tax and more. 

You will lodge, report and remit to all relevant bodies as required and maintain Employee Self Service user access and security ensuring available functionality is being utilised to its fullest. 

As the Payroll Manager, you will lead, coach, collaborate and share your experience with the Payroll Specialist as you play a key role in continuing to grow the payroll capability.

As we are focused on continuous improvement at Electrolux, our business requirements and roles are likely to evolve over time. 

Minimum Qualification

Who You Are

You will have led a team or have the desire to lead a team. 

You will have strong experience delivering end to end transactional payroll services including advanced knowledge of payroll tax, workers compensation, interpreting awards and agreements and other related statutory and legislation requirements. 

You will be analytical and structured in your approach to problem solving, have an eye for detail and thrive on identifying payroll related risks and issues as well as opportunities for improvement with a focus on automation. 

You will be curious and energetic with a can-do attitude and will be able to use your growth mindset to ensure a remarkable employee experience, recognising customer service as a critical part of your role. 

You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, having previous experience building strong relationships with internal team members, stakeholders and 3rd party vendors. 

You will be proactive in identifying and understanding changes in legislation, thresholds and rates that impact payroll. 
You may have completed a Certificate IV in Payroll Administration or a Diploma of Payroll Management (this would be a benefit but not mandatory!)

Apply now

We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as candidates will be interviewed continuously. The position may be filled prior to the date described as 'Apply by'