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Founded in 1975, ifac is Ireland’s market leading farming, food and agri-business specialist professional service firm. We are an award-winning employer and one of Ireland’s Top Nine Accountancy Firms operating from more than 30 locations nationwide.

Ifac is building for the future. We are now seeking a Payroll Specialist to join our Payroll Services Department based in our new offices in Kilkenny. We provide a challenging and exciting work environment with the opportunity for personal and professional development. You will join a vibrant team, at a time of major organizational change and growth.

Job Description

  • Responsible for the timely and accurate end to end processing of client payrolls
  • Liaise with clients to resolve their Payroll Issues.
  • Peer Review of Payroll Processed by Junior Colleagues
  • Strict Adherence to deadlines in the Processing and Submission of Revenue Returns e.g. RPNs, PSR and Payment of PAYE/PRSI/USC Liabilities.
  • Develop good working relationships with both Internal and External Stakeholders e.g. Other IFAC offices, Clients.
  • Coaching and development of Junior Payroll Team Members
  • Close interaction with Regional Offices in relation to Client Payroll Matters
  • Support Payroll Managers in the Set Up of New Clients
  • Recording of own timesheets to assist in the billing of clients


  • At least 4 years payroll experience in a fast-paced environment (preferably in accounting practice or a payroll bureau)
  • Strong Payroll Software experience (Brightpay is preferred option).
  • Worked in a Client Service Environment would be advantageous
  • IPASS – QQI accredited qualification in Payroll Techniques
  • Third Level qualification

We take pride in recognising and rewarding hard work and achievement. We offer excellent remuneration packages and continuous training and support in a collaborative dynamic practice.

Ph: (01) 455 1036

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