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Payroll Officer - Part-Time 3 days (12 month contract)

Apply REF: HUM000292

Description of Department

Human Resources Department consists of a small team who are responsible for the strategic development of Human Resources initiatives. Its functions include recruitment, payroll administration, human resources administration, training & development, career & succession planning, employee relations and strategic human resources planning.

Summary of the Role

Payroll Officer’s job entails efficiently processing the fortnightly payroll function for the BNP Paribas Group.

Includes liaisons with:


  • Manager

  • Staff within all business lines

  • Administration, IT, Finance & Control


  • Government bodies e.g. Taxation Office, ABS, Super Funds

Key Responsibilities

  • Payroll data entry for Australia & New Zealand payroll (new hires, terminations, masterfile changes)

  • Processing and running of fortnightly payroll function for Australia & New Zealand

  • Processing of terminations and manual payments

  • Balancing and reconciliation of payroll deductions

  • Superannuation contribution/Tax payment with remittance to Fund administrator and reconciliation

  • Answering payroll queries efficiently and promptly

  • Processing contractor invoices

  • Run ad-hoc reports

  • Filing Personnel files, Payroll reports and archiving

  • Assist HR/Payroll Team with projects

  • Create/ maintain positions / headcount / cost centres/pay codes

  • Assist with UAT testing with the annual system upgrade

  • Advise employees on company’s benefits and statutory entitlement within guidelines

  • Payroll Accounting input fortnightly

Qualifications & Experience required for the role
  • Payroll/Accounting experience (min. 1+ years)

Technical Skills required for the role


  • Intermediate skills: Microsoft word, Excel, PowerPoint


  • CHRIS21/iChris
Core Competencies
Committed to achieving the organisation’s objectives. Demonstrates perseverance and is accountable for own actions.
Attention to detail
Ensures accuracy and implements processes to ensure quality of output. Ensures high personal standards in all areas of work.
Client Focus
Complete commitment to provide professional, intelligent and timely responses to our clients’ needs and to changes in the market.
Expressing ideas effectively in individual and group situations. Expressing ideas clearly in all written documents. Using professional, appropriate language at all times, and adhering to the BNPP Email Protocols.
Financial Decision Making
Undertakes actions requiring the analysis of financial information. Develops alternative courses of action that are based on logical assumptions and factual information, and that take resources in consideration.
Proactively looks for opportunities for continuous improvement and thinks creatively.
Planning & Organising
Establishes courses of action for self and others to ensure work is completed efficiently. Effectively manages own time and resources to meet deadlines and quality standards.
Team Orientation
Works with the team and the broader organisation towards shared goals and treats all colleagues and clients as partners.
Primary Location: AU-NSW-SydneyJob Type: Fixed TermJob: HUMAN RESOURCESEducation Level: Not indicatedExperience Level: At least 1 year Behavioural competency: Ability to collaborate / Teamwork, Attention to detail / rigor, Client focused, Ability to deliver / Results driven, Communication skills - oral & written, Organizational skillsTransversal competency: Ability to develop and adapt a process , Analytical Ability