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It’s a great time to join our 8,000 friendly people at Ingham’s – one of Australia and New Zealand’s largest integrated protein producers.

Founded in 1918 as a family business, Ingham’s has a proud history and a bright future. Today, our business is undergoing substantial growth, where every day presents new and exciting opportunities to thrive.

With a positive attitude you can pursue your passion, grow your career and contribute to a business that is committed to demonstrating our values of care, courage, curiosity and commitment.


Senior Payroll Officer

North Ryde


We’ve been proudly bringing joy to tables and smiles to faces with the delicious food we’ve been crafting for over 100 years. ​ A large part of our strong growth and success is because we’re always looking for new ways to do things and thinking about how we can create a better, more sustainable future world together. ​ Our success as an industry leader in providing deliciously good food means we can continue to invest in our future as we work towards becoming Australia and New Zealand’s first choice for poultry.

Your opportunity to join our team in North Ryde!

As Senior Payroll Officer, you will form part of a collaborative team and report to the National Payroll Manager. You will be responsible for the preparation and processing of weekly payroll across your assigned states in accordance with legislation, awards and company policies, whilst providing advice and support to our operational leaders.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage end to end weekly payroll processing across your assigned states
  • Manage end of pay payroll reporting
  • Perform month end processing
  • Set up new employees
  • Process Terminations
  • Maintain Master Data changes and import changes into Kronos system from ADP
  • Manage EA interpretations
  • Monitor Kronos to ensure Supervisors have completed their tasks prior to sign off
  • Import files from Kronos into ADP
  • Process Government Parental Leave and Child Support deductions
  • STP reporting
  • Manage Superannuation and Payroll Tax requirements
  • Perform leave reconciliations and redundancy calculations as required
  • Create ad hoc reports as required

Key requirements:

  • Previous experience in a high volume payroll environment is essential
  • Sound knowledge of Australian payroll legislation including taxation, superannuation and termination requirements
  • An understanding of, and ability to interpret multiple complex Awards and Enterprise Agreements
  • Experience working in a large business, ideally in FMCG or retail
  • ADP/Kronos experience is highly desirable but not essential
  • High attention to detail and accuracy
  • Customer focused with strong stakeholder management skills
  • Sound analytical and problem-solving skills

We’re looking for people who are curious, caring, courageous and committed to join us; people who want to contribute their best work every single day and continue delivering deliciously good food that’s…Always Good!

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