Finance Officer (Payroll) - Coal LSL

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We are seeking an experienced payroll & finance officer to join a dedicated, motivated and high performing team.

We are seeking an experienced payroll & finance officer to join a dedicated, motivated and high performing team.
  • Honeysuckle location
  • Reporting to the GM Finance
  • Permanent part-time opportunity (4 days per week)
The Organisation
Coal LSL is a Commonwealth corporate entity responsible for the management, distribution and investment of levies paid by employers in the black coal mining industry. With around $1.8 billion funds under management and an employer portfolio that continues to grow, the organisation is seeking the skills and knowledge of an experienced Finance Officer that demonstrates strong capability in payroll and finance support. 
  
You will be joining a tight-knit finance team that have created trusted and collaborative working relationships across the business and as such the ability to engage and communicate, build relationships and work closely with key people across the organisation will be an essential part of this role.
  
The Role & Responsibilities
As Finance Officer, you will contribute to the efficient workings of the payroll and accounting functions by ensuring all tasks are executed effectively and accurately. To be successful in this role, you will utilise strong payroll knowledge, time management skills, and effective problem solving to contribute to team objectives and organisational output.  
  
On a day to day basis you will work autonomously and take control of all facets of payroll including fortnightly processing, data entry, employee set up, EOM processing and reporting, compliance and assisting the Finance team with accounts payables and receivables. Attitude and an eagerness to contribute and support the existing team, will see the successful candidate excel in this role.
  
The Skills Required
To be considered for this great opportunity, you will be diligent, highly organised and have clear attention to detail. You will bring a combination of education and experience within a similar role and will ideally have had exposure to and responsibility for various payroll functions.
  
The key accountabilities for this role will include:
  • Timely and accurate entering of all payroll data;
  • Demonstrated evidence of continuous improvement initiatives;
  • Ability to effectively meet financial obligations and reporting deadlines;
  • Maintain excellent relationships with internal and external stakeholders; and
  • Ensure all accounts are processed and completed with accuracy and in compliance with applicable policies and guidelines.
Our client uses NAV and iChris as the accounting and payroll packages across the business and exposure to this software would assist in transitioning into the role, however demonstrating that you can quickly grasp new systems and technology will also suffice.
  
If you would like to express interest in this opportunity and you feel it sounds like the right fit for you, please take the time to submit your application online. If you have any enquiries, please email jade.coallsl@puropeople.com.au