Innovative solutions at the cutting edge, a dynamic and progressive working environment, versatile opportunities - this is the world of SKIDATA. Become part of our strong, international team and shape the future of modern access systems with your ideas and know-how.
training and development
flexible working hours
World market leader in access solutions is looking for self-reliant
Payroll accountant part-time
As part of the team, you will be responsible for the independent payroll accounting for around 500 employees. You prepare monthly statements and payroll-relevant evaluations and manage personnel agendas, such as company pension schemes and evaluations for the annual financial statements. Furthermore, you prepare salary calculations for expatriates and support internal and external financial audits. In addition, you act as a contact person for social security institutions, authorities and offices and advise employees on social security, tax, personnel and labour law issues. You optimise the processes between accounting, human resources and payroll accounting.
completed commercial education and several years of professional experience in a similar function
Payroll auditing is an advantage, support with further education if necessary
good knowledge of payroll accounting, tax & social security
Experience and confident handling of Excel & MS Office, as well as SAGE DPW advantageous
high level of accuracy, reliability and self-organisation
strong communication skills
flexibility, ability to work in a team and absolute discretion
very good written and spoken German
English knowledge is an advantage
traction of a market leader
varied fields of activity
good opportunities for further training
voluntary social benefits
freedom that motivates
Your Place of work
We offer a salary in line with the market, which is based on your qualifications and professional experience. The collective agreement minimum salary for this position is 2.063,00 Euro gross per month on a full-time basis. Your actual salary will be overpaid in line with the market and is significantly higher than the collective agreement minimum salary.