Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • EMEA Payroll Specialist

    Job Locations BE-Brussels
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  • Overview

    We are immediately seeking a motivated Payroll professional with a minimum of 3 years’ payroll experience, obtained within an international environment.


    The EMEA Payroll Specialist will be responsible for payroll management across our EMEA offices (Belgium, France, Germany, UK, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland).  Working with our external payroll providers, you will have responsibility for the preparation and accurate delivery of the monthly payroll across EMEA.


    • Liaising with HR regarding required monthly payroll updates (joiners, leavers, leaves of absence etc.)
    • Inputting / providing monthly payroll data to various payroll providers
    • Liaising with various tax authorities regarding tax and social security payments, discounts etc
    • Liaising with Accounts Payable regarding payroll related invoices
    • Managing the payroll ledgers and accruals within the accounting system
    • Completing monthly payroll reconciliations for EMEA
    • Being the first point of contact for all payroll related queries
    • Managing the payroll aspects of annual salary reviews, bonus payments and benefit cost changes
    • Partnering with external auditors on annual audit requests
    • Maintaining knowledge of various tax rules and regulations to ensure the company is compliant
    • Producing payroll reports for management when necessary


    • Up to date payroll knowledge, ideally spanning various countries across Europe, preferably Belgium, France, Germany and UK
    • Strong software skills and comfortable learning new systems where necessary
    • Technically-minded with strong analytical skills
    • Used to working to tight deadlines, extremely well organized, with a detail oriented approach
    • Excellent communication skills in both French and English is required
    • Confident liaising with employees at all levels throughout the organisation


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