Payroll & HR Administrator

Job Title

Payroll & HR Administrator
 
Job Summary
Are you our next Payroll and HR Administrator? We are a mid-tier chartered accounting firms located in Sydney’s CBD.

Job Details
Hall Chadwick is one of Australia’s leading mid-tier chartered accounting firms. Located in the heart of the CBD, we are a young and dynamic organisation providing professional services in the areas of Audit, Business Services Advisory, Insolvency and Tax in a challenging and stimulating work environment.

We are looking for a Payroll and HR Administrator to join our team. This is a standalone busy role with lots of variety. Focusing on weekly and monthly payroll processing and all other reporting and statutory requirements.

Duties include;
  • Accurate and timely processing of all weekly and monthly payroll tasks including leave, allowances and deductions.
  • Accurate maintenance of employee details in the payroll system and personnel files, ensuring confidentiality.
  • Administration and reporting of payroll tax, superannuation, and PAYG obligations, including reconciliation.
  • Maintain an awareness and comply with all relevant legislation matters relating to payroll including Australian Taxation and Superannuation Guarantee Legislation.
  • Reconciliation of leave accruals;
  • Liaison with management and staff in respect to all aspects of payroll including entitlements and terminations including resolution of payroll queries;
  • Provide advice to partners and senior managers in regard to interpretation of relevant industrial instruments
  • Provide accurate and timely information to employee, finance and external requests;
  • Accurate delivery of payroll and associated HR administration information data as requested including standard and adhoc management reports;
  • Development and maintenance of operating procedures and provision of on the job training to backup personnel;
  • Place job advertisements for vacancies and draft letters of offer;
  • Administration of the bi-annual performance review timetable;
  • Maintain monthly headcount spreadsheet for distribution;
  • Assist with the annual cadetship program
The ideal candidate must have;
  • Demonstrated local experience of at least 5 years in a full functioning end to end payroll processing role for a headcount of approximately 200;
  • High confidentiality;
  • Strong understanding of Fairwork pay and conditions;
  • Demonstrated ability to meet strict deadlines;
  • Strong problem solving abilities, detailed and organised;
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal;
  • Confident in liaising with partners and senior staff of the firm;
  • Experience using Employment Hero advantageous but not essential;
  • Certificate in payroll desirable but not essential;
  • A criminal records check will be require by the successful candidate
Our work environment is dynamic and we have a great reputation for our professional delivery and commercial expertise. If this sounds like you, please forward your CV and a brief cover letter outlining how you are the ideal candidate, to the HR Manager.

The role is for an immediate start.

No agency referrals thank you.

APPLY NOW