• Full Time
  • Remote



Medihive is excited to announce that we are recruiting a passionate Payroll and Resource Data Specialist to join our team. Recently announced on Deloitte’s Fast 50 list, Medihive is a healthtech organisation that is steeped in deep clinical and technical expertise. We are an Irish organisation which has achieved exceptional rates of growth over the past few years. Supported by leading private and institutional investors, we have recently raised capital to take advantage of the exponential growth of digital healthcare over the coming years. We have a big vision and we’re just getting started.

Job Description:

The ideal candidate will have experience in processing Irish Payroll, preparing analysis or reporting on payroll costs. Posting payroll journals to financial accounts is an advantage. This role will be responsible for maintaining and updating employee payroll data, ensuring compliance with Irish tax laws and regulations, providing excellent customer service to employees, and it will also involve the management of the company’s contractor payments. The candidate will have strong analytical skills, excellent attention to detail and be able to work independently. The Company is looking to implement various process improvements to payroll including systems integrations that will aid the information flow between departments, and as such this role will appeal to the candidate who is always looking for process improvements.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Process monthly payroll for 100+ employees in Ireland using payroll software.
  • Ensure compliance with Irish tax and employment legislation and regulations.
  • Liaise with third-party payroll processors in regions outside of Ireland, review and check third-party reports.
  • Collaborate with the HR department and other departments to ensure accurate reporting and data management.
  • Dependable point of contact for any payroll related queries received from HR, employees and other stakeholders.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve any payroll related issues.
  • Ensure that all payroll data is accurate and complete.
  • Prepare payroll journals for posting to the accounts.
  • Liaise with external contractor management company and ensure contractor time is recorded and charged accurately.
  • Create monthly analysis reports, allocating employee and contractor costs on a departmental and project basis.
  • Implement process improvements, scope to improve current process by utilising software integrations.

Candidate Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • 4+ years’ experience in processing Irish payroll.
  • IPASS certified or other relevant payroll qualification
  • Experience of Parolla or similar payroll software.
  • Strong knowledge of Irish tax and employment legislation.
  • Experience in processing UK payroll & returns an advantage.
  • Experience in implementing new payroll software within a company or experience in process improvement is a distinct advantage.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail, accuracy and an ability to work to strict deadlines.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Software industry experience is a plus.
  • Interest in continual process improvement.
  • Team player with a can-do attitude.

You’ll Receive the Following Benefits:

  • Competitive salary.
  • Medical cover via unlimited medical consultations via our platform for you & family.
  • High performance hardware – we operate exclusively on macOS.
  • Remote work, with home office, start up budget.

Our Culture:

  • We are still young but growing fast and you still have the chance to be one of the ‘founding’ team and join us for what we know will be a fantastic journey.
  • A supportive environment where you will receive great training, ongoing academic studies and access to highly skilled individuals who will nurture and support you as you grow.
  • We offer fun, fast paced and challenge in equal measure and we demand a high level of energy, enthusiasm, and commitment in return.

To apply for this job please visit www.webdoctor.ie.

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