Gippsland’s local TAFE is looking for a highly motivated professional to join our team as the Payroll Coordinator. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for someone who is seeking to further develop their payroll career.
For over 85 years, TAFE Gippsland has been supporting Gippsland communities to thrive by empowering local students and enabling local businesses through the provision of high quality vocational education. TAFE Gippsland is located in the idyllic regional setting of Gippsland in eastern Victoria, with campuses from Warragul to Lakes Entrance.
About the role:
As the Payroll Coordinator, you will be responsible for the delivery of an efficient payroll service.
You will coordinate and administer the payroll system to ensure the Institute complies with legislative requirements, relevant industrial instruments and the Institute’s policies and procedures.
You will be accountable for ensuring that all employee salaries and entitlements are claimed and paid in an accurate and timely manner according to Awards, Certified Agreements and relevant legislation. You will also contribute to meeting general HR operational service and support requirements across TAFE Gippsland as a member of the HR team.
To be successful you will have relevant Payroll Coordination experience and a proven track record of undertaking complex duties which entail a high degree of responsibility. You will also be a highly driven, enthusiastic individual with exceptional interpersonal skills who is passionate about their local community and dedicated to the region.
TAFE Gippsland is a Child Safe organisation
What we offer:
How to apply:
Applications must be submitted online and include a current resume and address the Key Selection Criteria. No late or hard copy applications will be accepted.
For enquiries relating to this position or the application process, please contact Steph Clemm, HR Advisor, on 5152 0727.
Applications close at 2pm on Monday 02 August 2021
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As a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, the State Government was first formed in 1851 when Victoria first gained the right to responsible government. Since the federation of Australia in 1901, Victoria has been a state, to which the Constitution of Australia regulates its relationship with the Australian Government. Under the Constitution, all states ceded legislative and judicial supremacy to the federal government but retain powers in matters not in conflict with federal law.