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The College of Law
Apr 16, 2021
Part-time
The Role Part time, 3 days a week Based at College’s office at St Leonards Job Overview The Senior Payroll Officer is responsible for assisting the Payroll Consultant by alternating in the management the colleges’ ANZ/UK payroll end to end ensuring the payroll reflects the Colleges remuneration strategy, is compliant with the EA and legislation and is processed in a timely fashion. The role is currently part time 0.6 but may increase over time, particularly as the UK business grows.   Primary Responsibilities Payroll In conjunction with the Payroll Consultant, managing the fortnightly ANZ/UK payroll function. The allocation of who will run the pay roll each fortnight can be worked out with the Payroll Consultant Ensuring compliance with ANZ/UK legislation Compliance with the Australian College’s Enterprise Agreement and the legislation in AUS, NZ and UK Monthly Legislative calculations and payments to ANZ authorities Managing third party salary package information and fortnightly payments Maintenance of the ADP payroll and GL system Annual salary calculations, updates to system and letters to employees Year-end reconciliations payroll,payroll tax, workers comp, IRD Attend relevant workshops/seminars to keep current with legislative requirements. Finance Fortnightly reporting to Finance on payroll costing Monthly Finance reports including Headcount GL extract monthly and YTD reconciliations Month-end journals including leave accruals Year-end auditor requests/reports General Monthly Business Unit Managers Remuneration report MTD_YTD by employee for ANZ Builds positive and sustainable relationships with colleagues, stakeholders and customers Contributes to the ongoing development and improvement of department processes and systems Attends and actively participates in all team meetings, information sessions Adheres to the College’s Code of Conduct, policies and procedures including OH&S Knowledge, skills and experience required At least 5 years experience in end-to-end payroll function. Excellent communication skills both oral & written Intermediate level or above using Microsoft office products ADP Payforce experience preferable High level of customer focus Self starter and self motivator Continuous improvement to systems and processes Accurate and 100% meeting deadlines Ability to communicate successfully with all levels in an organisation.   Qualifications required TAPs Payroll Management Certificate or equivalent Proven attendance at payroll / legislation workshops/seminars Proven GL and reconciliation experience A more detailed position description can be accessed here If interested please send covering letter and CV to recruitment@collaw.edu.au by COB 29th April 2021.  
Kammoun Sukari Lawyers
Apr 16, 2021
Part-time
Kammoun Sukari Lawyers  is a general practice law firm with solicitors practicing in an array of legal fields including Civil and Commercial Litigation, Criminal, Family, Corporate, and Bankruptcy and Liquidation.  A PLT placement  with  Kammoun Sukari Lawyers  offers you a unique opportunity to:  Complete your PLT requirements (75 days) in a best practice environment; Gain experience in a number of practice areas; Develop your fundamental legal skills through active mentoring from our respected staff team members; You… To secure this exciting opportunity, you will have strong communication and time-management skills, proven interpersonal skills including the ability to relate well to people from diverse backgrounds, and a desire to learn from more experienced practitioners while making an integral contribution to your team. If you possess these qualities, you may well be the right person to join the team. To apply, please forward your CV to  info@kaslawyers.com  
RC&CO Lawyers
Apr 16, 2021
Part-time
Lawyer – MELBOURNE CBD    Part-time Work from home arrangement available Will you be admitted as an Australian Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Victoria in the next 2 months? have 1 year experience in immigration/ family law? This role could be your opportunity for extensive professional growth. An exciting opportunity is available for a successful applicant who will be responsible to support and grow with our progressive firm.  WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU? On-going and quality learning and training programs to further develop your career in the legal industry Promote and grow your professional profile in the legal industry Access to varied platforms to develop your profile in the legal industry Access to a range of benefits including social functions, team and industry events Opportunity to work from home (when applicable) ABOUT US We are a rapidly growing national law firm with offices in Sydney, Perth, Williams Landing head office in Melbourne. The successful candidate will be reporting for the Melbourne office. We are seeking a Lawyer who can add value and contribute to our growing firm.   APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS To be considered for the position, you must submit your curriculum vitae to  law@rccolawyers.com .
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