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Senior Payroll Manager - EMEA

Merseyside   •  Negotiable  •  Contract/Temporary, Full time

Senior Payroll Manager EMEA

An outstanding opportunity at a global, dynamic and highly respected life sciences organisation.

Location: Liverpool with WFH flexibility

Duration: 12 months

Pay rate: 300 - 375 PAYE

Role Duties:

Manages the payroll process for supported countries from start to finish, ensuring timely and accurate processing, delivery and reconciliation.

Manages the teams production of all monthly and special compensation payroll runs.

Oversees and participates in pre- and post-payroll auditing procedures and troubleshoots anomalies.

Manages the relationship with outsourced payroll platform providers and ensures excellent payroll service.

Lead the Payroll team to drive cost reduction across the payroll platforms through adoption of efficient operational processing, application of standardized processes and delivery of a consistent service model.

Deliver Payroll reporting metrics, meeting business and executive reporting requirements.

Ensure delivery of statutory global compliance reporting, such as PAYE Payments, F24, Tax filing, pension, and garnishment requirements, SAO, PSA, P11ds, STBV, expat taxation and reporting

Lead the relevant tax and regulatory reporting, quarter end and year end payroll activities, including wage and hour laws, unemployment, and all other required submissions.

Manage and implement the Company compliance policies by containing risk in liaison with Finance, Compliance per region to ensure payroll embrace all relevant financial/employment and legal services, laws and codes with which the business must comply.

Lead the taxation and statutory requirements for mobility, Expats and short-term business visitors.

Lead internal and external audits within supported countries ensuring process improvements are introduced as necessary and in line with audit findings

Develop and manage country risk control logs for each countrys end to end local payroll processes, with clearly defined control ownership, to drive & support adherence to internal compliance and external regulatory requirements

Builds and maintains a strong high-performing team through effective recruiting, training, coaching, team building, performance management and resource planning. Prepares and participates in the preparation of department objectives and staff development plans for each functional associate. Assesses the skills and skill levels necessary to achieve work objectives.

Skills / Requirements:

BA/BS degree preferred.CIPP Payroll or similar preferred.

German Speaker

previous experience of German and Swiss Payroll

Prior experience managing payroll for a company with multiple locations and international operations is a pre-requisite

Experience in leading a multi country Payroll team or function.Must have exposure to Global Tax and Statutory Filings, and experience with managing international payrolls

Experience in implementation and management of payroll systems, and Payroll Process Redesign

Please apply by sending your CVs to oliver.pizzey@cpl.com

  • Agency: Cpl Life Sciences
  • Contact: Oliver Pizzey
  • Reference: JO-2201-483633
  • Posted: 14th January 2022
  • Expires: 11th February 2022

Cpl Life Sciences

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