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Payroll Administrator






We have a excellent opportunity for Payroll & Inventory Administrator in Co Louth. This is a 10 - 12 month contract role. You will be responsible for administration across several functions, including production administration, weekly payroll, business systems. Duties will include: Weekly Payroll. Preparation of weekly wages; oversee and maintain daily clocking information. Maintain the attendance clocking report, absenteeism report & sick leave files/annual leave files. Assist with budget planning for Office Expenses and develop areas for possible Lean savings. Assist with accounts audit, gather invoices and supply auditors with any information needed regarding delivery dockets for invoices. Meet deadlines set for stock, wages & invoicing to ensure smooth month end for accounts. Maintain electronic weighbridge system. Use this system to generate excel report. Reconcile bi-product records with weighbridge system to ensuring accurate invoicing. Inventory Control. Stock management on the ERP System. Develop and implement quarterly cycle counting of all dry goods, labels and finished goods to ensure control and security. Develop the goods receipts procedures for all materials. Co-ordinate the goods receipts process and carry out routine audits to ensure the processes are effective. Oversee the dry goods and finished goods warehouse space utilisation procedures to ensure safety at all times. Co-ordinate the stock taking procedures. Generate monthly reports for management. Utilise reporting from finance to assist warehouse team identify trends and help find reasons behind liquid metric variances. Review inventory reconciliations. Develop knowledge in all aspects of procurement of all purchased materials. Provide assistance to the Procurement Manager when required. Skills and Experience: Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel essential. Experience or knowledge of ERP System advantage. Previous payroll or strong numerical skills. Proven ability to work on own initiative and to build and maintain excellent relationships with key stakeholders. Strong drive and desire to succeed with high levels of energy and ambition. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to multi-task in a demanding environment. 3-5 years administration experience. To Apply: Send CV through attached link. Phone calls to Louise 086 4670069.

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245 days ago