Position: HR Officer
Location: Parktown North
Type Package: Market Related
Closing Date: 4 August 2022
Kaya 959 requires the services of a dynamic and committed HR professional to provide end-to-end HR administration support to the organisation. The position is a generalist position that requires a seasoned professional with proven experience in all HR-related functions.
HR Business Partner
End to end HR generalist support including:
Supporting the development and implementation of HR initiatives and systems
Understanding of employment related legislation and its impact on payroll and HR
Providing counselling on policies and procedures
Active involvement in recruitment including preparation of job descriptions, posting job adverts, managing preliminary shortlisting process, scheduling interviews, preparing interview packs etc
Conducting recruitment related vetting and reference checks
Support the management of disciplinary and grievance matters
Effective On-boarding and induction of employees
Maintenance of employee files and records according to policy and legislative requirements
Supporting training and development programs including bursaries, internships and learnerships
Drafting of contracts for employees, Independent Contractors etc
Accurate response to remuneration related queries
Assisting in performance management processes
Assisting in talent management processes
Effective communication with internal and external stakeholders and maintenance of professional interface
Maintenance of termination processes
Consistently encourage and implement continuous improvement measures within HR and Payroll to ensure accuracy.
In collaboration with the Finance department, propose improvements and/or quality control measures leading to best practice operations
Assisting with admin tasks related to, but not limited to Employment Equity, Skills Development, BBBEE, Climate Surveys and Occupational Health & Safety etc
Managing the workflow to ensure all payroll transactions are processed accurately and timely
Maintaining the payroll system to ensure employees records are accurate and up to date
Utilise the payroll system to calculate and process employee leave entitlements in accordance with policy, including but not limited to annual leave, sick leave and long service
Checking data quality including reviewing audit reports, making enquiries and adjustments for irregularities before payments, uploading payment files to the bank
Reconciling payroll deductions, earnings, benefits and preparing remittance, recons, third party payments etc in a timely, accurate and efficient manner
Maintaining employee records on Payroll system
Updating payroll parameters for changes associated with legislation amendments (e.g. SARS, BCEA, SDL, UIF, COIDA) and internal policies (e.g. commission, claims, other leave benefits)
Preparing and processing termination payments including but not limited to resignation, dismissals, end of contracts, retirement, retrenchment, settlements, and advance payments where required or applicable applying for tax directives
Liaising and coordinating with benefit providers to ensure the organisation meets statutory requirements and contributions to the funds and reconcile with the payroll reports on a monthly basis
Proper knowledge and understanding of proper taxation on benefits such as Retirement Annuity, Medical Aid and employees’ salaries
Promptly manage and record adjustments to pay related to previous errors or retrospective Increases.
HR & Payroll Reporting:
Maintain reports and payroll transactions to support the integrity of the system and to meet audit requirements
Ensuring that monthly and end of year procedures are followed including reconciliation lodgement of taxation requirements such as EMP201, EMP501 and Provisional tax
Preparation of various report – payroll, leave and human resources related as required
Ensure all reports are accurate and distributed in a timeously
Preparing periodic reports of earnings, taxes, and deductions
Preparing and balancing period-end reports, and reconcile payroll payments to third payments
Assisting employees by providing assistance and support on matters relating to payroll enquiries and related systems e.g. Employee Self Service (ESS)
Provide accurate information to employees and managers on HR & payroll matters, PAYE, employee salaries in accordance with the relevant legislative provisions General Administration
Assisting with the reconciliation of end of month salaries related to finance required reports
Assisting in the development and maintenance of Payroll standard operating policies and procedures
Assisting with the preparation of Payroll related correspondence to relevant stakeholders as required
National Diploma or equivalent qualification within Payroll and HR
Proficiency in SAGE 300 Payroll system
Minimum 3 years’ HR generalist or relevant experience
Expertise and knowledge of South African legislation in line with payroll (i.e. SARS, BCEA, SDL, COIDA, LRA and others)
Excellent attention to detail
Ability to manage confidentiality
Commitment to the job
Ability to multitask
Excellent communication skills (written and oral) • People skills
Knowledge of Labour legislation
Proficiency in SAGE 300 Payroll system
Proficiency in SAGE 300 People management system will be an advantage
Continuous interest in the HR field
How to Apply:
Suitably qualified individuals should submit their CVs and certified copies of their qualifications to [email protected]
Please use this reference HROFFICER/KAYA in the subject line.
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Kaya 959 reserves the right not to make this appointment. Kaya 959’s approved Employment Equity Plan and Targets will be considered as part of the recruitment process. If you do not hear from us within three (3) months from the closing date, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.
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