Payroll Analyst

  • Woodside Energy are seeking an experienced Payroll Analyst to join their team
  • Australia Western Australia Perth
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
Payroll Analyst

Location: Perth CBD
Roster: Mon - Fri (WFH flexibility)
Length of Contract: 6 months (potential for extension)
You'll join a high performing team during a really exciting time as we join the payroll of two merged organisations. Over the next 6 months, you will have the opportunity to work with the team in redefining and delivering a global payroll centre of excellence.
Duties & Responsibilities
  • Transacting day to day payroll activities to ensure accurate data is processed and maintained.
  • Delivery in accordance with the monthly timetable so that all payroll activities are conducted according to Woodside and legislative guidelines to ensure timely, accurate and efficient delivery of Benefits services to the business.
  • Support payroll process
  • Resolution of queries and issues raised by the business, escalating to Snr Payroll Analyst as appropriate.
Skills & Experience
  • Experience in payroll (ideally minimum 2+ years)
  • Experience in SAP or EC/ECP
  • Ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Flexible and able to address multiple issues simultaneously, and see tasks through to a satisfactory conclusion
  • Ability to manage a high workload and determine outcomes without supervision
Additional Information
  • Payroll is run Monthly
  • Knowledge or experience with EC/ECP (Employee central / employee central payroll) would be great as they have just launched this system recently. SAP experience considered.
  • Experience with larger organisations would be good – Globally they pay around 5000 people each month – so experience with payroll of over 1000 people would be favorable
Assignment Information
Start Date: ASAP
Duration of Assignment: 6 months (possible extension, depending on workload)
Size of Team: 4 dedicated payroll personnel, join a HR function of circa 80 people in Australia, and a global team of around 100.

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BH ID 244867

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