Job Details
  • Reference385451A_1641435827
  • LocationPerth
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Posted11 days ago
  • ConsultantHelen Gibson

Our client:

Is a well established logistics company who has seen unprecedented growth over the last decade and has teams Australia wide.

Currently they are seeking a Payroll and HR Administrator to join a small team based close to the CBD. This role reports into the HR Manager and is responsible for a variety of duties including a payroll for approximately 300 employees Australia wide.

Key responsibilities include:

  • End to end processing of company payrolls
  • Maintenance of payroll system and leave planning system
  • Updating and maintaining payroll records
  • Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries
  • Maintaining leave, sickness and overtime reports
  • Interpreting awards/agreements and contracts in relation to overtime and shift
    allowances etc
  • Payroll reporting to meet internal and statutory obligations
  • Payroll administration
  • Calculation and processing of termination payments
  • Processing increases and calculation of back pays
  • Calculating annual leave and LSL provisions/accruals
  • Payment and reconciliation of bonus payments
  • Administration, calculation, payment and reconciliation of all superannuation contributions
  • Preparation and reconciliation of payment summaries
  • Maintenance of staff pay records including archiving and filing
  • Preparation of ad hoc reports as required
  • Liaise with HR regarding new hires, terminations, remuneration and conditions of service


  • High school education or general education development (GED)
  • Graduates (Tertiary degree/Certificate/Diploma in HR or Payroll administration)

Knowledge skills & ability

  • Demonstrated payroll processing experience
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent data entry skills with attention to detail
  • Understanding of payroll legislation
  • Ability to interpret awards and relevant legislation.
  • An understanding of and commitment to the principles of equity and equal opportunity
  • Demonstrated experience in prioritising workloads to meet required timeframes
  • A good understanding of Corporate and Operations policies, procedures and practices (HR and OHS)
  • Demonstrated proficiency with computer applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other applications as required)
  • Able to work under intense conditions including demanding timelines
  • Ability to make independent judgments using sound reasoning skills and knowledge base

On offer is a competitive salary and the opportunity to join a winning team within a highly supportive environment.