Barden are assisting a globally leading pharmaceutical company to identify an EMEA Payroll Analyst to join their growing team in a newly created role for the business. Based in their EMEA headquarters, the role provides the opportunity to develop and take new on challenges in a multinational environment with a strong company culture and value system.
ABOUT THE ROLE
As a Payroll Analyst, you will support the function alongside the Payroll Manager to ensure payroll is processed for our EMEA regions in a timely manner. Other key day to day activities will include:
- Work with third party vendors to ensure timely, accurate, efficient processing of payroll across Ireland, the UK & EMEA;
- Prepare payroll-related documentation to ensure payroll accuracy before submittal to our third-party payroll provider;
- Process new hires, terminations, status changes, tax changes, direct deposits, pay rate changes, process off-cycle payments including final salary, bonuses and commissions;
- Full responsibility for the checking of trial and final payroll outputs which includes payslips, gross to net reports and monthly variance analysis;
- Ensure timely and accurate completion of payroll and payment to employees;
- Month end reporting including preparation of payroll journals and balance sheet reconciliation;
- Responsible for payroll tax activities; including compliance with Revenue and other government institutions. Ensure statutory payroll requirements are met through pro-active research and validation of local payroll legislation and annual updates;
- Liaise with international HR and Accounting teams to assume responsibility for the payroll processing function;
- Partner with HR to align payroll and benefit enhancements. Ensuring benefit deductions tie to payroll deductions
- Maintain awareness of the current global payroll landscape to ensure compliance with local regulatory requirements worldwide
- Provide positive customer service on all questions related to compensation from employees, taxing authorities, senior management, third party vendors, accounting, etc.
- Assist with the streamlining of procedures an assist in ongoing process improvements and projects on the team.
ABOUT THE PERSON
- IPASS qualified;
- Circa 1 – 2 years’ experience in a busy, high-volume environment;
- Strong technical knowledge of Irish payroll;
- Knowledge and experience preferable across EMEA, but not essential;
- Meticulous organizational skills and detail-oriented;
- Professional with primary focus on confidentiality, and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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