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Payroll OfficerKarridale Group
Karridale Group Pty Ltd is a leading services provider to the Australian Resources Industry specialising in major mine site structural, mechanical and piping installations. We are currently seeking a keen and motivated "Payroll Officer" to join our Team to provide payroll support to our corporate team for immediate start. Permanent Full Time Position.
Main responsibilities of the position: Administer and oversee end-to-end processing of weekly payroll activities including filing, setting up new starters, bank account and superannuation details etc. Process time-sheets on a weekly basis by cross- referencing against rosters and daily sign on/ off sheets Process, prepare and distribute EFT & pay advises in a timely manner Liaise with both direct and indirect staff in responding to payroll related queries Interpret employment terms and conditions i.e.
penalty rates, allowances, loading etc. in accordance to awards/ agreements and contracts Perform employment verification, workers compensation payments and employee correspondence Administer and monitor employee membership of superannuation funds i.e.
collation of data on commencement dates, termination dates, salary details as required Undertake required reporting both internal and statutory reporting i.e. superannuation, payroll tax, portable long service leave etc.
Assist Accountant with end of Month consolidation activities Administer and control PAYG Tax Remittances and maintain Tax File Number system Calculate leave provisions/ accruals and generate reports on a weekly basis Reconcile and issue PAYG summaries and End of Year Reports in line with the taxation requirements Calculate and organize payment of termination/ or redundancy entitlements and separation certificates as required. Provide information, reports as required by Management, HR & Finance departments Accurate processing and calculation of back-pays, variations and adjustments Attend and monitor all workers compensation claims as directed by management Other general administration duties as required The ideal candidate must have: 5 years experience in Payroll functions in a service delivery environment. Bachelors degree in Accounting or equivalent Excellent communication skills Attention to detail Numerical ability and data entry skills Ability to work to deadlines Ability to work autonomously in a diverse team environment Enthusiastic and proactive approach to the role Job Type: Full-time Salary: $70,000.
00 - $80,000 /year Super Full Leave benefits.