Romania – Brasov (Stabiplan)
Hungary – Budapest (GeoDesy)
Position Title: Payroll Analyst
Department: Corporate Finance
Location: Brasov, Romania or Hungary
Are you a payroll professional seeking a new challenge in a growing international business?
If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join a new trans-European payroll function, where you will have the autonomy and opportunity to assist in shaping our payroll processes for Eastern Europe.
Reporting into our International Payroll Owner and working closely with internal and external stakeholders, you will ensure our employees across Eastern Europe are paid correctly and on time including annual pay reviews as well as annual bonus and monthly commission schemes.
Alongside this hugely important task, you will work with your colleagues on high-impact payroll projects; including the migration of payroll onto a new payroll system. And as we grow as a business there’s a likelihood that you will also lead on TUPEE payroll projects and folding acquired businesses into our payroll function.
You will also gain an understanding of other European monthly payroll processes by working closely with your colleagues and providing country specific support as necessary.
Because of the trans-European nature of this position you can either work from Brasov, Romania or Hungary, working fully remotely.
What You Will Do:
This function will manage, prepare, document, and disburse payroll checks, payroll taxes, and employee benefit payments for Eastern Europe. This role works closely with Trimble’s People eXperience (human resources) team to make sure the process goes smoothly. In addition, this role is responsible for creating reports illustrating payroll expenditures, including such items as tax payments and benefit plan disbursements. Some additional day-to-day activities are:
Day-to-Day Activities Include:
Ensure accurate, compliant, and timely payroll processing for separate Trimble legal entities.
Take ownership of the completion of payroll-related accruals and prepayment
Ensure data integrity from Trimble’s HRIS to 3rd Party payroll through the integration reports
Act as the main point of contact for employees about payroll (through ASK PX ticketing platform)
Partner with the broader Finance team to complete monthly payroll-related balance sheet reconciliations
Partner with Trimble’s local payroll providers to ensure the monthly correct payroll results and timely compliance/reporting with government authorities
Analyze ad hoc improvements/practices that may impact payroll in your area of responsibility and work with internal and external stakeholders to arrive at the best payroll solution for Trimble
Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
Expertise in payroll platforms/systems 3rd Party payroll systems
Familiarity with the Workday ecosystem and preferably with experience in interfaces and integrations between Workday and 3rd party payroll systems.
Advanced knowledge of labor, tax and social security framework in France
Advanced proficiency (verbal and written) both in English.
Advanced reporting skills through excel. Preferable experience in the manipulation of big chunks of data through Data Analytics platform like DOMO / PowerBI / Tableau
Change management mindset: willingness to embrace change on processes on a global scale.
Basic knowledge of working within finance and having an understanding of prepayments, accruals, and journals would be beneficial.
What We Will Offer You:
Competitive salary with the opportunity to grow with the position
35 hour working week
Access to our Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
Trimble’s Inclusiveness Commitment:
We believe in celebrating our differences. That is why our diversity is our strength. To us, that means actively participating in opportunities to be inclusive. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion have guided our current success while also moving our desire to improve. We actively seek to add members to our community who represent our customers and the places we live and work.
We have programs in place to make sure our people are seen, heard, and welcomed and most importantly that they know they belong, no matter who they are or where they are coming from.