Iron Mountain Payroll Administrator in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
Payroll Administrator - Fixed-term (until 31st of December 2021)
Payroll Administrator is responsible for ensuring an accurate and timely payroll is processed on a monthly basis, maintaining payroll process effectiveness and efficiency across all activities. Actively engaging in process design, monitoring of process compliance and integrity, and owns obtaining resolution for tier 3 escalated cases and communicating back to the HRO supplier and in country payroll provider.
Accountable for processing monthly payroll process by ensuring that complete and accurate data is provided to the in country payroll provider
Performs all other duties as assigned related to local legal and statutory requirements, reporting or local legal processes
Working closely with EMEA HR team to deliver on any non-standard HR processes
Develops and maintains a strong working partnerships with counterparts within the, In country Payroll Provider, HRO supplier and IRM CoE (Centers of Expertise) organizations
Works closely with the In country Payroll Provider (ICP), HRO supplier and CoE on day-to-day inquiries and escalations, providing process support for payroll
Receives escalated Workday AMS or Data Management payroll tickets (related to payroll integrations), triages, gathers more information as needed, and resolves by sending case back to supplier for closure or by escalating to the Payroll Specialist.
Provides input to and participates in educating process users (e.g., HRO suppliers, HR users) on new processes and updates to existing processes
Reviews documented processes for HR organization and manager and employee-facing How To guides; provides support for process inventory maintenance
Works closely with the relevant technology vendors, ICP and HRO suppliers to resolve specific issues.
Performs functional testing as required in systems (e.g.Workday), and other systems as needed
Participates in root cause analysis efforts (led by suppliers) to address performance deficiencies or specific issues
Key Skills, Requirements and Competencies:
At least 1 years’ experience in payroll area, preferable in international companies (working in Shared Services organization will be an asset)
Knowledge and understanding of legal regulations and country statutory requirements
Understanding of all required payroll cycle related reportings and obligations towards authorities
Ability to assume responsibility for assignments and to perform them in accordance with minimal supervision.
Attention to details and high level quality, highly organized and able to work efficiently.
Ability to work under pressure and according to strict deadlines
Demonstrating high values and ethics
Comfort around working with different systems and reading and interpreting data
Flexibility and openness to learn new things
Teamworking attitude, good communication skills
Comfortable using English in daily job
Any other European language is a plus (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish)
Category: Human Resources (HR)
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