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Regional Payroll Advisor, EMEA Job in United Kingdom
Sinch , United Kingdom

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Posted on
Apr 13, 2021
Last Date
Jul 13, 2021

Job Description

Are you interested to be part of an international Finance team whose responsibilities are growing in line with the company growth? Are you a Payroll professional that is ready to take the next step in your career and want to join a fast-growing global tech company to put your mark on Payroll strategy and processes for the EMEA region? Sinch is looking to recruit a Regional Payroll Advisor EMEA.

The essence of the role

Sinch is growing fast, and this is a new headcount. As our new Regional Payroll Advisor EMEA you will play a pivotal role in driving Sinch EMEA payroll efforts and mainly support the following territories: UK, Italy, Spain, France and South Africa. This is a hands-on individual contributor role, and you will have valuable input on a strategic level and assist in the payroll efforts in EMEA.

You will be part of the Finance team and report into the Head of Payroll, based in Atlanta, US.

As our new Regional Payroll Advisor EMEA you will:

  • Be responsible for accurately and timely execution of EMEA payroll by working closely with payroll vendors in a timely manner, with a high level of accuracy
  • Prepare payroll accrual and monthly payroll reconciliations reports
  • Be the main point of contact for day-to-day payroll operations, employee payroll related issues, and questions concerning the payroll tools and processes as well as issues relating to local authorities
  • Be responsible for management of data and documents, compile statistics and reports on a regular basis, ad hoc requests as well as Year-end reporting
  • Work closely with Legal, Finance, Accounting, HR teams and the payroll vendors on any payroll related reporting

Who are you?

In order to be successful in this role, you are a Payroll professional who knows the ins and out of Payroll in EMEA and you have excellent communication skills. You are used to working in a hands-on role in a fast paced international environment. You have strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple priorities with a sense of urgency, with attention to detail. The role requires you to have the ability to work independently and take full ownership of your own work as well as be a team player.

Key Requirements:

  • Minimum 5 + years relevant experience of execution and coordination of payroll within EMEA, mainly within UK, Italy, Spain, France and South Africa.
  • Solid knowledge of regulations and statutory requirements related to salaries, taxes, govt benefits and other payroll related matters required
  • Experience in dealing with external payroll vendor and Business Partners
  • Fluency in English in speech and writing, conversational level in French, Spanish and Italian

Big plus!

You will stand out in the crowd if you:

  • Have a conversational level in French, Spanish and Italian.

Our corporate language is English, please submit your application in English by Sunday the 25th April 2021.

Our expert teams are built from some of the most experienced in the industry. We employ people from all over the world, from all walks of life and from all backgrounds. We work together, feeding on our diversity to make us stronger, and we encourage each other to be the best we can be. Innovation drives us, and we challenge ourselves every day.

Are you ready? Join us on our journey!

About the recruitment process:

To help us place the right people in the right role, we believe in science-based and fair assessment methods. We follow a competence-based, structured interview process where your skills, experience and attributes relevant to the role and Sinch will be assessed. As part of our recruitment process, pre-employment testing is used to help us increase our hiring success by identifying the candidates that are most likely to thrive and be successful in the role. We acknowledge that there are two parties making a decision in this process and welcome you to ask any questions you may have at any stage of the process.

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