International Payroll Coordinator

Location: Dublin South, Dublin
Salary: €45000.00 - €48000.00 per annum
Posted: 12 months ago
Role type: Contract
Industry: Financial Leaders & Executives
Contact name: Clair Schindler
Contact email: clair.schindler@hrmrecruit.com

Job description

My client, a global leader in IT & Cybersecurity solutions are seeking a motivated, driven International Payroll Coordinator with exceptional attention to detail to join their team.

The International Payroll Coordinator is responsible for coordinating Employee & Payroll information between the company and the in-country Payroll Providers across several Global regions. As part of a highly effective international team, you will have the opportunity to support all global regions.

The Role

The responsibilities of the international payroll coordinator will include:

  • Collect employee and payroll data from various internal departments (promotions, transfers, terminations, new hires, commissions, bonuses, overtime, holiday balances etc)
  • Complete the payroll info onto Specific excel Templates and submit to the in-country Payroll providers
  • Review the Preliminary Payroll Reports from the Payroll Providers (variances & calculations where applicable) and Approve for Payment.
  • Collect Final Reports & follow up on 3rd party payments to the local Tax & Social Security Authorities, Pension Funds, Insurance providers, etc
  • Manage Shared Payroll Mailbox - answer queries from Employees, Internal Departments & in country Payroll Providers.
  • Ensuring compliance with company policies, relevant industry regulations, tax, and deduction laws.
  • Preparing payroll reports for management and auditing purposes.

Education Requirements:

  • Degree in accounting, finance, or a related field.

To be considered, the candidate will possess the following skills:

  • English speaker (additional language a plus)
  • Experience in payroll administration, bookkeeping - International Payroll EMEA & APAC a Plus
  • Good working general knowledge of accounting practices and tax laws.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office & database software, reporting tools with intermediate-advanced Excel skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Organizational and time management skills; adhere to strict Deadlines
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality, GDPR
  • Ability to maintain Strong attention to detail and accuracy in a fast-paced environment.

Salary: up to €48,000 depending on experience.

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Clair Schindler on 0862150442 for a confidential discussion.


Clair Schindler

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