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Payroll Manager


Source: uWorkin


Our client located in the CBD requires a Payroll Manager to join their team.

Reporting to the General Manager - People and Culture, this high level role will entail the management and processing of all aspects of the payroll for the
company to ensure payments are accurate and timely, in line with legislative and Group requirements, and guaranteeing the highest
level of confidentiality is proactively adhered to.

Duties of the role include;

  • Process payments to employees and staff accurately and on time as per letters of appointment, Awards and legislative requirements.
  • Prepare, balance and reconcile PAYG tax and assist the finance department to reconcile FBT, Superannuation and payment summaries.
  • Ensure maintenance of all relevant leave and overtime reports.
  • Process salary sacrifice payments and manage reconciliations on a monthly and annual basis to ensure overall compliance.
  • Apply and promote efficiencies that support the accurate and timely processing of the payroll.
  • Provide a high level of technical understanding to support and advise on payroll and promote a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Provide professional and expert advice on payroll issues.
  • Apply and promote customer service excellence to ensure that stakeholder’s needs and expectations are met within a timely manner.
  • Refer matters that require escalation to the General Manager – People, Culture & Technology to ensure appropriate risk management managed.
  • Ensure confidentiality is maintained when speaking with employees, completing payroll duties and managing documentation.
  • Maintain a well-developed understanding of relevant legislation and policy frameworks as applied to the workforce.
  • Maintain and implement up to date information on changes to payroll and taxation legislation.
  • Promote and implement new payroll procedures to all employees, as agreed with the General Manager – People, Culture & Technology.
  • Prepare management reports when requested based upon information within the payroll system, under the guidance & direction of the General Manager – People, Culture & Technology.
  • Undertake required statutory reporting.
  • Supply relevant material to enable the development of training to facilitate and understand the application of payroll to the work force.
  • Ensure the Award conditions of employment and supporting statutory policy and legislation which relates to payroll activities is understood, applied and operating correctly.
  • Ensure that all fortnightly, monthly, quarterly and annual reporting activities are undertaken in a timely and accurate manner and any conflicting priorities are managed so that reporting timeframes are met.
  • Develop and/or modify payroll procedures and checklists and apply best practice work methodology, to ensure that payroll activities are carried out in a methodical and organised manner.
  • Ensure that all payroll documentation and employee files have the appropriate level of authorisation and are filed away in the designated protected areas.

The successful candidate will have;

  • Minimum 5+ years’ experience in end to end payroll processing.
  • Proven hands-on experience in payroll and legislative requirements
    is essential
  • Ability to interpret awards and agreements in an Australian work
  • Previous experience with using ConnX and Sage MicrOpay.
  • Knowledge of payroll tax and WorkCover legislation in all Australian
    states and territories.
  • Excellent computer literacy including use of Excel as an analytical
    and reporting tool.
  • Ability to provide quality and timely payroll advice to the Executive
    Leadership Team (ELT) and Managers.

If this role matches your experience and desire to make a difference within an organisation, please apply now