Payroll Officer and HR Assistant

at Airmaster
Location Melbourne, Australia
Date Posted August 28, 2020
Category Admin and Clerical
Job Type Full-time
Send Resume at hr@airmaster.com.au

Description

Payroll Officer and HR Assistant Airmaster location Melbourne.

Airmaster is a leading provider of air-conditioning and building services solutions to commercial building owners, industrial centres and retail outlets in Australia. The business currently employs nearly 1000 people including apprentices across Australia and New Zealand. Due to recent changes, we require a full time Australian and New Zealand Payroll Officer with end to end experience.  Supporting 4 payruns (alternating with 1 other), including reconciliation of monthly leave, super and payroll tax.

With the business having both a small payroll and small HR team working closely together is critical to its success.  Responsible for HR Administration and assistance work including: managing the employee life cycle records moving us to a digital world.  Responsible for creating ANZ employment contracts and ensuring HR and Payroll are audit compliant reviewing and responding to daily Payroll and HR Inboxes.

Accurate reporting including turnover, LTIFR, equality (gender, indigenous), vacancies, terminations, promotions, new hires, position changes, allowances, awards, changes to rates, rosters, position changes, apprentices’ anniversaries, leave and more. Also responsible for accurate organisational charts and positions within the payroll system and visual reports in a forever moving environment using HR3, VISIO and PPT.

A team first approach is expected where we (payroll and HR) work as one and present as one to our customers and look out for each other. A supportive, respectful, team focused, results driven, open communicative culture with a zero-harm focus is what we aim for. If you are responsible, invested, with a high attention to detail and accuracy then this role may be suited to you. This role is fast paced with a high degree of administrative components currently within it, so the ideal candidate requires resilience, adaptability, and continuous improvement long term thinking. You must be results driven by 2 key areas. Accurate and Timely Payrolls and Efficient HR administration with accurate records and reporting ensuring both meet internal audit requirements.

What we offer working in a business that values its people, has good health and wellbeing programs, social club (when COVID allows), and a flexible working environment. Opportunity to grow and develop and work on projects. Essential criteria minimum 3+ years payroll end to end experience within a busy, fast paced environment dealing with large volumes. Experience with awards and IEA's.(Multiple payroll and HRIS system experience advantageous). Experience with NZ IRD, kiwsaver, payroll tax, super and ATO including 3rd parties and insurers

Portable Long Service Leave (advantageous). Proven experience calculating and finalising terminations (various). Knowledge and experience with rosters, allowances and codes within multiple payroll systems (advantageous). Proven capability to meet payroll requirements, deadlines and accuracy with consecutive payrolls.

Relevant up-to-date knowledge and ability to interpret both Australian and NZ employment legislation including tax, awards, legislation and Fair Work NES.  Proven ability and willingness to be adaptable and resilient. Proven excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written, verbal, face to face). Proven Quality / Attention to detail focus. Proven active team player, team first approach.

Experience with work health and safety reporting including liaising and providing details in insurers (advantageous). HRIS implementation / M&A experience preferred. Advanced MS office Essential including PPT. Sharepoint, VISIO, and HR3 preferred (not essential). Human Resource / Accounting Qualification or similar (preferred not essential). If you wish to become a valued member of the.