Job Title: EMEA Payroll Specialist – BALTICS Payroll
Reports to: Payroll Team Lead
Location: AMSTERDAM this position is based in Amsterdam full time
Salary in Euros; 45.000 Euros + 8% Quarterly bonus + market leading benefits
This really is a fantastic opportunity to work for a progressive and rapidly expanding organization.
This position is based in the headquarters in Amsterdam. Relocation package on offer including flights, accommodation, shipping and spousal support
You will need to have strong experience of running payroll in the Baltics; Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia.
This position is a full time permanent post in Amsterdam. You must be willing to relocate to Amsterdam or live in Amsterdam and have relevant experience of processing Baltics Payroll
Main Purpose of the Role:
You will be responsible for managing the payroll for multiple entities. This includes running the payroll reports, coordinating & checking the payroll with external vendors, preparing the journal and making sure payments are made timely & accurately. You will need to maintain relationships with external payroll vendors as well as internal stakeholders. In this position you will be part of a dynamic, humble and open minded international team, consisting a team of more than 25 who manage payroll for the EMEA Offices
Roles and Responsibilities
Be responsible for the maintenance and preparation of EMEA payrolls; specifically Baltics including: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia
The data entry is done by the HR team and employees in the various countries;
Responsible for data validation and resolving discrepancies within tight deadlines;
Manage relationships with various stakeholders and global payroll providers with focus on the accuracy and timely receipt of payroll reports;
Coordinate payroll approvals & funding instructions with the Finance team;
Prepare monthly payroll reconciliations, journal and accrual reports;
Ensure compliance with statutory regulations, company policies
Attend to payroll specific queries from employees;
Reply to tax notices, wage orders, unemployment claims, government correspondences, and verification of employments for international entities;
Stay up to date with local payroll regulations;
Support Finance teams with month-end close and reporting activities;
Support various internal and external audits;
Provide payroll feedback and data when required to support ongoing HR projects;
This job has now been filled but you may be interested in:
I am recruiting for an experienced Payroll Assistant to join a well-established client of mine, based in the Harrow area. The role is permanent and with immediate interviews available.
The ideal candidate will have:-
• At least two years recent experience within payroll
• A good understanding of payroll legislation including SMP, Sick Pay and Holiday pay and be able to make the relevant calculations
• Experience of setting up with Auto-enrollment pensions inc. NEST and be able to deal with customer queries on the subject.
If you feel that you fit the above requirements then please apply or alternatively, send across your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fantastic opportunity to work in a high volume, multi payroll environment
Working as part of a large supportive payroll department – the successful candidate will manage and motivate a payroll team and assist with the processing of multiple UK payrolls.
Applicants will be experienced payroll professionals with experience of either Bureau or Managed Service Payroll with extensive knowledge and experience of start to finish payroll processing, reporting and a detailed understanding of HMRC legislation etc
Applicants will have demonstrable experience of managing or supervising team members
A full job spec is available on shortlist