Role Description Summary As part of the EMEAA payroll team, embedded in the Human Capital (HC) C&B (Compensation & Benefits) EMEAA (Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Asia Pacific) team, the incumbent is responsible for the payroll processing and output for the different payrolls in this cluster.
She / he works closely with external payroll providers, HC Business Partners and C&B teams as well as global teams in Accounting, Tax and Treasury to ensure correct salary payments and compliance of the payroll with local legislation and tax regulations.
Primary Responsibilities / Key Result Areas Responsible for full and timely payroll process for a dedicated number of payrolls from input to salary, tax and social security payments and filings to employees, tax authorities and social security institutions according to local legislation Responsible for logging of payroll changes Ensures accurate and up-
to-date data input in the HRIS system (currently SAP) Responsible for proper tax treatment / implementation of payroll changes provided by the C&B and HC team members Supports manager in keeping up to date general ledger payroll accounts and preparation of reconciliation and accruals for Finance and ensure compliance with relevant legislation and regulations Deals with payroll queries from various stakeholders (e.g.
employees, HC colleagues, managers) including but not limited to ad-hoc reporting and the preparation of pro forma calculations for both regular as well as hypo tax / shadow payroll set ups Manages the process to request reimbursements towards governmental institutions (i.e.
congé formation, political leave, youth leave, etc.) Responsible for monthly payroll bank accounts reconciliation Supports Head of Payroll EMEAA to manage various payroll vendors and / or subcontractors as well as payroll related GL reporting and cost center accounting Competencies Can do attitude Customer service oriented Excellent time management skills to assure timely payroll process Strong attention to detail Analytical thinker who understands processes Clear and effective communication skills Ability to deal with cultural differences Work independently as well as in a team Proactive, well organized and of investigative nature Qualification & Experience Bachelor’s degree in payroll and / or finance Payroll certification / experience with APSAL At least 3 years’ experience in payroll, preferably in an international environment Good working knowledge of Luxembourg labor law Experience with Luxembourg-
knowledge of financial policies and standards preferred Practical experience with ADP streamline and SAP software and interfaces is preferred Fluent in English both spoken and written, with French and / or German knowledge desirable Other Key Requirements / Comments Occasional international travel may be required