Payroll Manager DACH Region
Full Time
Tubingen, Germany

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Tubingen, Germany 

The Payroll Specialist, performs a wide variety of record keeping and payroll processing activities, including computing wage and overtime payments, calculating and recording payroll deductions, processing special requests and processing terminations. Duties include balancing and controlling earnings and deduction totals, inspecting automated system output such as registers and standard reports, determining and correcting out-of-balance conditions, calculating military and jury duty pay, and processing garnishments and levies. Works under general supervision. May train less experienced payroll specialists and direct their daily work.


As Payroll Specialist your main responsibilities will be:
• All daily activities relating to the payroll process for your multi-site environment, which includes the auditing and processing of payroll adjustments, manual checks, voids, reissues, stop payments, direct deposit, and termination checks. 
• Manage garnishment administration including deduction setup and review of vendor remittances and returns. 
• Ensure tax compliance in all jurisdictions 
• Ensure compliance with Federal, State wage and hour laws 
• Create procedural documents for the payroll team 
• Process off-cycle check payments according to company policy and federal and state regulations 
• Research and verify discrepancies to assist other functional areas within the company 
• Assist with special projects and ad hoc reports when needed 
• Assist employees and management with questions, concerns or requests regarding payroll 
• Pension responsibilities (if relevant) 
• Benefits/handbook/policy administration
• On/Offboarding data administration
• HR Systems and data maintenance
• Resolve issues and answer payroll-related questions
• Perform other job-related duties, including international projects 

Able to handle sensitive and confidential information with professionalism
Unquestionable ethics and integrity
Strong customer service mindset
High attention to detail
Ability to accomplish result within a fast-paced, multi tasking environment
“can do” attitude with proactive mindset
Organized, able to set priorities and organize work


• Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Resources
• Certified Payroll Professional designation
• A minimum of 5 years processing multi-site payroll (ideally including factories)
• Some general ledger accounting experience 
• Excellent mathematics skills
• Thorough understanding of multi-state tax laws and Wage and Hour laws and regulations
• Standard computer skills
• Ability to reason through data findings and use good judgement in making recommendations with minimal guidance
• German, English. Other languages will be considered advantageous