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Regional Payroll Specialist

Neuron Mobility

Neuron Mobility

Accounting & Finance
Posted on Thursday, September 14, 2023

Neuron is the leading shared e-scooter company in Australia and New Zealand. Operating in 35 cities internationally we have expanded to the UK, and Canada where we are the fastest-growing e-scooter operator. Our mission is to partner with cities to connect people and places in a safe, convenient and fun way. Cities are our most important customers and our vision is to help them build a more prosperous and sustainable future through new ways of moving and connecting.

Neuron was founded in Singapore in 2016, we develop our own industry-leading e-scooters which are purpose-built for sharing and safety. We also set the industry standard for the technology that manages them. The company has launched an impressive range of world firsts, particularly when it comes to safety and sustainable operations

The Role

Reporting to our Head of People Operations, you will be managing the full payroll cycle for our permanent and casual staff members across 6 countries and support compensation and benefits projects and programs at the HQ level.

What you'll do:

  • Preparation and coordination of timely and accurate payroll for employees and casual workers, through in house payroll systems and outsourced vendors
  • Liaison with operations team and verification of weekly attendance including overtime, leave records and payroll adjustment or rectify any discrepancy.
  • Preparation and submission of monthly payroll reports to Finance, manpower costs and related reports for management review
  • Prepare and submit statutory contributions (CPF, IR8A, Superannuation, KiwiSaver, 五险一金, etc) and claims (NS pay, government paid leave schemes, workcover) and other tax related matters
  • Maintenance of time management and payroll systems (eg. Tanda, Xero)
  • Handle Tax clearance (IRAS - IR21) and claims focal point – WICA, Insurance, Medical, Government paid leave and respond to queries
  • Well-versed in MOM work passes applications, cancellation, appeal matters and assist with EP/SP application/issuance/renewal
  • Maintain proper payroll related documentation and support with external auditors when required
  • Support compensation review, pay reviews, increment, promotion, bonus exercises and handle benefits administration
  • Handle queries from employees on payroll related matters.
  • Perform C&B projects and work with local Business Partners to advise C&B policies

What you'll need:

  • Minimum 3 years payroll experience for at least 2 countries globally
  • Strong knowledge of statutory and compliance requirements with respect to payroll management
  • Strong time management skills and ability to work independently
  • High level of accuracy with excellent attention to detail
  • Experience in reviewing and improving payroll processes and systems
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethics with the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Our Values

Make It Happen

Drive to deliver results with the highest impact and be committed to follow through. Continuously optimise through collaboration to achieve the best collective outcomes.

Be Proactive

Take active steps and be the driver to improve things, for yourself, your team and the cities we serve. Relish the chance if this leads you outside your normal scope.

Trust Facts Over Opinions

Decisions should be evidence-based. Assess situations fairly, using reason and logic rather than unverified opinions wherever possible.

Stay Curious

Ask questions, challenge assumptions, learn from mistakes and be ready to leave behind what you thought you knew before.

Do More With Less

Both time and resources are finite. Balance your priorities and think strategically about how you can maximise your impact and the return on investment of your resources.

If you are passionate about making a real-time impact and want the opportunity to play an instrumental part in our growth story, we want you riding for our team!

Neuron Mobility is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to making all employment decisions including recruitment, appointment and promotion decisions on the basis of business needs, individual qualifications, and merit.
The company prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are dedicated to the continued personal and professional growth of our employees. We protect all of our employees regardless of race, nationality, ethnicity, politics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, social origin, physical and mental disability, religion or belief, marital or domestic partnership status, family or parental status and any other status recognised and protected by the law and regulations of where we operate.