IBM HR Payroll Administator (Fluent Polish) in BUDAPEST, Hungary

An HR Payroll Administrator is responsible for the organization and timely and accurate processing of HR transactions and all related tasks to achieve the agreed business goals. They ensure the delivery of a high quality, customer focused service to external and internal clients. They prioritize their tasks and choose the most appropriate approach. They have an overview over their own expertise within their team and need to adhere to the control framework in place. They recommend improvements to existing procedures and processes. They can train / coach more junior members of the team. They assume additional responsibilities as assigned. Responsibilities:

  • Handle payroll transactions in line with business controls requirements

  • Control the monthly payroll clearing

  • Handle inquiries (via phone and email)

  • Ensure timely delivery of services in line with payroll cycles

  • Administer, process and archive payroll-relevant documents

  • Enter process-relevant data into payroll system and document entries according to process description and business controls regulations

  • English: Fluent

  • Polish: Fluent

  • Has experience within a complex administrative process

  • Focuses on achieving excellence in customer satisfaction through both verbal and written communication

  • Drives good team work through clear and proactive communication and cooperation

  • Identifies, understands and recognizes job-related problems

  • Works under minimum level of supervision

  • Is responsible for managing queries in a professional and detailed manner


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