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The College is seeking a Payroll Manager to join our team. This position works closely with our HR and Finance teams and is supported by a part-time Payroll Officer.  The position requires at least 30 hours per week and can be up to 37.5 hours, with the work hours flexible to suit the needs of the successful applicant (e.g. hours spread across 4 or 5 days per week)

As our Payroll Manager your responsibilities will include managing all aspects of end-to-end fortnightly payroll processing, including:

  • fortnightly processing of pay for staff and casual staff
  • responding to staff requests related to pay, leave etc.
  • payroll adjustments
  • month-end reporting
  • entry and reconciliation of payroll information
  • terminations
  • off-cycle payments
  • payroll journals
  • ensuring compliance with payroll legislation
  • superannuation reconciliation and reporting
  • ad hoc requests for reports, information etc

To be successful in the role you will have:

  • Strong payroll experience - experience in a school environment would be highly regarded
  • Experience with a comprehensive payroll system - experience with iChris (Frontier) would be highly regarded
  • Advanced levels of computer literacy skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage competing priorities and timelines
  • A calm, positive manner under pressure
  • A commitment to the Catholic and St Augustine's educational values
  • A commitment to child safety
  • The ability to work collaboratively with peers and leadership
  • A commitment to ongoing personal professional development

Child Protection legislation applies and only applicants with full work rights in Australia will be considered.

St Augustine’s College is committed to child safety. The College regards its child-safeguarding responsibilities with the utmost importance and is committed to providing appropriate recruitment practices, staff education and policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all relevant child-safeguarding laws and regulations, and to maintain a child-safe culture. All potential employees will be subject to processes relating to child protection, including the requirement to hold or obtain a valid Working With Children Check.

We offer a range of staff benefits including:

  • Additional annual leave and personal carers leave
  • Fantastic culture
  • Range of supported internal and external professional development opportunities
  • Regular staff lunches and morning tea
  • Salary sacrifice options

Applications, including curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of three referees, must be submitted in PDF format.


For further information regarding this position, please contact Camilla Smith via email

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