Associate - HR & Payroll

TMF Group
Sydney, Australia
Competitive salary plus great benefits
20 Jun 2022
20 Jul 2022
Contract type
Full time
Experience level
Qualified accountant


To process and take responsibility for (account manage) the completion of up to 25 client entity’s payroll requirements as set out in the Service Level Agreement (if applicable) within budgeted hours so that all TMF, client and statutory obligations are achieved.

As the outsourced payroll provider you are required to undertake all tasks necessary to meet client payroll needs and/or assist colleagues in the Regional Delivery Centres.


  • Set up Clients employees within payroll system
  • Payroll, PAYG and superannuation related processing for client payrolls
  • Calculation of terminations; including redundancies, dismissals etc as and when required by clients
  • Calculation, lodgement & processing of IAS for clients(if applicable)
  • Assist with calculation, lodgement & processing of State/Territory Payroll Tax for clients
  • Assist with calculation, lodgement & processing of State/Territory Workers Compensation renewals for clients
  • Preparation of funding request for payroll if trust or client account a/c is maintained by TMF
  • Obtaining approvals for payrolls and payments from client’s authorised personnel
  • Arranging for payroll and associated payment runs, by either EFT or BPAY and co-ordinate with authorised personnel to authorise them
  • Follow up with clients, if client authorisation is required for payments
  • Accurate input of client time in viewpoint
  • Complete client work within budgeted time and report out of scope client work undertaken
  • Ensure clients are billed for payroll services on a regular basis
  • Maintaining databases and other tracking tools as required
  • Liaising with TMF office network as required in delivery of services
  • Supporting management with initiatives to improve internal systems and process efficiencies
  • To prepare and participate in regular performance reviews, team meetings and training sessions
  • Ad hoc administrative duties


  • Minimum 1-2 years’ experience in a payroll
  • Experience in payroll processing for up to 50 employees
  • Good working knowledge of payroll processes
  • Familiar with Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Legislation as it pertains to payroll
  • Familiar with Superannuation Legislation
  • Familiar with payroll legislation across Australian States and Territories
  • Superior communications skills both verbal and written
  • Adaptable and able to respond in a positive and constructive manner
  • Attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy
  • Able to work under pressure
Applications close: 31 Jul 2022 AUS Eastern Standard Time
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