EMEA Payroll Specialist

Posted on Dec 14, 2018 by Oakleaf Partnership

Henley-on-thames, Oxfordshire United Kingdom
Recruitment Consultancy
Immediate Start
£40k - £50k Annual
Full-Time

EMEA Payroll Specialist £40k t £50k + Bonus & Bens - Oxfordshire

A global leading financial services organisation seek an experienced EMEA Payroll Specialist to work within their Shared Services team in Henley on Thames.

Reporting into the EMEA Payroll Manager you will be responsible for the following:

Ensuring all payroll documents (inputs and outputs) are received and processed accurately and on time.

The EMEA Payroll Specialist is responsible for checking/resolving payroll discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information.

The EMEA Payroll Specialist will communicate, as directed, with payroll customers to help answer frequently asked questions/inquiries and to help direct/escalate the inquiry after understanding the specific nature of request.

This role works independently on more routine/less complex tasks and under the direction of a manager or senior manager on more complicated assignments.

Skills needed:

Payroll Skills; Experience performing payroll specialist activities (Preference is to have that experience in one of the following countries; UK Ideally certified in payroll (CPP, CIPP, ..etc) or other country equivalency

Analytical Skills: Proficiency with analytical tools and advanced features used for comparison/auditing of data; Technology aptitude/experience; ability to understand and recognize the value of payroll input/output data and what it says about the process

Cross-Functional Relationship Building: ability to work across internal functional lines to resolve problems; demonstrated strong team player skills

Business Acumen: understanding of our underlying business in order to assess how to better leverage existing, new, or standarized processes

Communication: Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly, technically, and effectively with internal and external partners; ability to listen closely and process input from others

Partnership: the ability to collaborate with others to understand and mitigate risks and to solve/resolve problems; action oriented

Continuous Improvement: Has 'root cause' analysis skills required to identify opportunities for improvement in everyday activities

Customer-Service Mindset: Service-oriented; customer service aptitude; a focus on delivering and maintaining high-quality services, processes and activities

Vendor Management: Ability to work with external partners to ensure appropriate service and response levels

Reference: 599533803

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