Bristol Myers Squibb Payroll Specialist – LatAm countries in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ensure all assigned LatAm multiple countries payrolls are processed timely and accurately (any combination of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezula, Mexico, Chile payroll experience).
Back up other LatAm countries payrolls and implement processes improvements related to multiple countries payroll delivery
Provide Tier 2 support to all assigned LatAm multiple countries payroll query ensuring responses are dealt with in a timely manner. Where required, follow up with vendors or escalate to Regional Payroll Lead/payroll supervisor
Respond to more complex queries about payroll; for example: termination payments that require assistance from PWC or legal advice/payroll reporting and understanding the requirements to ensure the data provided meets requirements, annual Workcover calculations and lodgement, managing internal & external audits
Use global payroll tools and prepare appropriate payroll calculations to ensure proper payroll processing for all assigned countries
Serve as a subject matter expert for time and attendance for assigned countries.
Support the Regional Payroll Lead in providing advice to the business for Tour of Duties (TOD’s), secondments and International Assignees (IA’s)
Facilitate and participate in governance process used for analysis and approval of LatAm multiple countries payroll work requests and projects; Assist with payroll projects as assigned
Proactively develop and maintain technical knowledge in LatAm multiple countries payrolls remaining up-to-date on current trends and best practices
Interface with payroll and benefits vendors, as needed, to ensure compliance with established procedures.
Analyze vendor SLAs and maintain a scorecard to communicate performance to global process leaders and regional delivery leads.
Assess the delivery impact of any HR management policy changes, regulatory or compliance changes may have on the service provider and BMS Payroll operations;
Documentation and review of payroll processing procedures
Review LatAm payrolls before final sign off from Regional Payroll lead.
Collaborate with Total Rewards team to understand the savings and benefits calculations and the impact on payroll calculation.
Coordinate with Outsourced Service Provider regarding all policies, programs and processes related to multiple countries payrolls.
Work with the BMS HR Service Delivery Team to ensure service provider is achieving SLA’s
Aid in overseeing the implementation of payroll system solutions for acquisitions.
Interface with Total Rewards COE to identify and address any administrative needs related to global compensation and benefit programs. Leverage expertise to produce solutions that enable global consistency and standardization and facilitate exceptional performance.
2 – 4 years of Brazil and other LatAm Payroll Operations experience for multiple countries is required. (any combination of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezula, Mexico, Chile payroll experience)
2 to 4 years experience in Service Center and with a third party service provider environment and /or HR & payroll outsource environment.
Must speak, read and write Spanish and English.
Degree preferred in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance.
Experience with end-to -end Brazil payroll processing and other LatAm payroll processing including: time management, leave administration, registration, pay processing, payroll taxes, reporting, and experience dealing with payroll queries and issues from employees (any combination of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezula, Mexico, Chile payroll experience)
Must be customer-focused and comfortable working with a diverse group of people
Knowledgeable of MS Office suite, particularly Excel.
Workday end-user experience
Experience working in a Shared Services environment Comprehensive knowledge of Brazil Payroll, Payroll Tax, and Payroll Accounting and related end to end processes (any combination of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru,
Venezula, Mexico, Chile payroll experience).
- ADP Streamline expertise including integration points with Organizational Management and Personnel Administration and Finance.
Ideal candidate will be able to read, write and speak multiple languages based upon the assigned region. (Spanish and/or Portuguese)
The candidate must have ability to manage multiple tasks, be well organized, and have a proven track record of meeting or exceeding deadlines.
Strong project management and leadership skills are very desirable.
Strong, oral, written and interpersonal communication skills are vital.
The successful candidate must be a self starter, highly motivated, and work with minimal supervision.
Ability to analyze and diagnose situations and create innovative solutions to ensure organization effectiveness.
Ability to see the “big picture”.
Ability to influence the actions of others through collaborative working relationships. Desire to work in a fast paced, change oriented, complex environment.
We’re creating innovative medicines for patients fighting serious diseases. We’re also nurturing our own diverse team with inspiring work and challenging career options. No matter the role, each one of us makes a contribution. And that makes all the difference.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.