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EMEA Payroll Administrator

BNY Mellon
Manchester, United Kingdom
Closing date
Jul 18, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
At BNY, our culture empowers you to grow and succeed. As a leading global financial services company at the center of the world's financial system we touch nearly 20% of the world's investible assets. Every day around the globe, our 50,000+ employees bring the power of their perspective to the table to create solutions with our clients that benefit businesses, communities and people everywhere.

We continue to be a leader in the industry, awarded as a top home for innovators and for creating an inclusive workplace. Through our unique ideas and talents, together we help make money work for the world. This is what #LifeAtBNY is all about.

We're seeking a future team member for the role of Payroll Representative EMEA to join our People Team. This role is in Manchester, Hybrid.

In this role, you'll make an impact in the following ways:

Support Payroll team to:

Ensure on-time 100% accurate monthly payroll for employees in countries within their remit across multiple legal entities.
Ensure that statutory regulations and payments to third parties including regulatory and taxing bodies follow country law.
Advise employees and internal stakeholders payroll queries.
Support Payroll team to ensure robust operating procedures and controls for all transactions, providing sound audit procedures.
Ensure timely, authorized input from a multitude of sources in a tight window to prepare and submit base salary, one time incentive, variable pay elements and life-change/benefit related actions to payroll vendor(s) in accordance with pay calendars.
Review Net Salary calculations as part of pre-payroll validations.
Ensure employee pay statements are accurate and distributed timely.
Support payroll team to meet all regulatory, tax, compliance, internal and external filings, third party payments and reporting requirements on a monthly and annual basis for all payroll and employee benefits for all legal entities and country within remit.
Ensure timely accurate post payroll reporting.
Ensure robust operating procedures and document management practices are prepared, maintained, and followed.
Support on Client Relationship meetings with country stakeholders in remit to review performance and track actionable items.

To be successful in this role, we're seeking the following:

Good organisational/prioritisation skills, working effectively to numerous deadlines.
Experience of EMEA payrolls (preferably German) and benefits tax legislation and regulatory requirements
Ability to train and cover on other EMEA country payrolls as required.
Ability to proactively manage risk and implement/maintain effective controls in an ever-changing environment.
Experience of working relationships with third party outsourced service providers/vendors.
Strong written and verbal communications skills in English (mandatory) and German (preferrable)
Highly proficient in Excel and data analysis tools
Ability to work independently with limited day to day supervision.

At BNY, our culture speaks for itself. Here's a few of our awards:

America's Most Innovative Companies, Fortune, 2024
World's Most Admired Companies, Fortune 2024
Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Corporate Equality Index, 100% score, 2023-2024
Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion, Disability: IN - 100% score, 2023-2024
"Most Just Companies", Just Capital and CNBC, 2024
Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, Top performing company for Sustainability, 2024
Bloomberg's Gender Equality Index (GEI), 2023

Our Benefits and Rewards:

BNY offers highly competitive compensation, benefits, and wellbeing programs rooted in a strong culture of excellence and our pay-for-performance philosophy. We provide access to flexible global resources and tools for your life's journey. Focus on your health, foster your personal resilience, and reach your financial goals as a valued member of our team, along with generous paid leaves, including paid volunteer time, that can support you and your family through moments that matter.

BNY is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Underrepresented racial and ethnic groups/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.

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