Group Payroll Specialist
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Group Payroll Specialist
We are looking for a Group Payroll Specialist to Akind, an international group with high ambitions and a clear goal of being the best place to grow, for both people and business. Come join us!
About the role
“The most enjoyable thing about working at Akind is that you get to take a lot of personal responsibility, connected to this you also get to be involved in creating continuous improvement within our payroll processes. As our colleague, you will be part of a wonderful team where you have the chance to develop both in your role and within the company. Akind really takes care of its staff and rewards ambition. Team spirit is important to us, we work closely together and always want each other's best. At work, you get access to all the tools you need to do a good job and all the flexibility to recover and do your own thing. The best workplace in the world!”
This is how Dennis, one of our Group Payroll Specialists, describes what it is like working with payroll within Akind.
About the position
Akind is a family of brands, consisting of Academic Work, Brights, Crowd Collective and Executive Search, working together with the aim of making people and business grow. Headquarted in Stockholm and with offices in several European cities, we currently have operations in six countries, more than 8000 employees and growing. We continuously strive to improve ourselves by providing the best possible expertise to our clients and are now looking for a Group Payroll Specialist to further strengthen our international finance department.
As Group Payroll Specialist at Akind, you will be responsible for the payroll process of Academic Works consultants, mainly in Sweden but also support our Nordic Countries and Germany from time to time. Together with the Group Consultant Payroll team, consisting of seven coworkers, you are responsible for ensuring that our consultant salaries are paid on time and are correct. Additionally, you support our internal coworkers with payroll matters both through email and phone.
During the past year, the finance function at Akind has been centralized and with that, we have a strong process development focus where we constantly work to digitize and streamline our payroll processes within the entire group. We are facing an exciting future and now we are looking for you who want to take on a new challenge and contribute to our journey. The role as Group Payroll Specialist is characterized by personal responsibility combined with a strong team spirit where everyone strives to make tomorrow even better. You will get the opportunity to broaden your payroll expertise within the Nordic countries as well as work with identifying opportunities for process improvement so that we may grow together with you.
You will be part of a finance department with approximately 50 full-time and part-time employees in various roles and processes, the majority of whom are based in Linköping. Our culture is characterized by ambitious and kind people, and we are convinced that it is our employees who are the foundation for our growth and development. That is why we put a lot of commitment and resources into both our employees and leadership within the organization.
Be responsible for the payroll process in our staffing companies.
Provide first-class service and support to colleagues in the organization and consultants, in both Swedish and English.
Use your expertise to support our labour law function with payroll matters and interpretation of collective agreements and laws.
Be in contact with authorities and report statistics, pensions and insurance.
Use and contribute to best practice to increase quality and efficiency, in particular contribute to the development of the payroll process.
We are looking for
At least 2 years of experience working with payroll within a Nordic country
Previous experience of delivering great service to customers or colleagues.
Good communication skills, English is a requirement while Swedish is an advantage.
It is a huge plus if you have experience with digitalization of payroll processes and/or international payroll management, preferably the Nordic countries.
To succeed in this position, we believe you are a great collaborator, with a curious mindset and who strives to work with continuous improvement. You thrive in an international and fast-changing environment with high ambitions and colleagues eager to learn and share their knowledge.
For this position we will focus on your potential and the following competences are considered crucial for the role:
• Service oriented
To all of you who want to achieve just a little bit more.
Welcome home. We reward ambition!
Start: According to agreement
Location: Linköping, we would love to see you in the office about 3 days a week and the finance team is usually in during Tuesdays and Fridays. (Don’t miss out on that Friday feeling which is exceptional at the Linköping office).
Recruitment process: The first step in the recruitment process is to apply with your CV or LinkedIn, no Cover Letter is necessary. If you fullfill the requirements for the position, you will then receive an email asking you to complete two tests by Assessio. One is a personality mapping which takes about 20 minutes to complete, the other a cognitive ability test which takes 12 minutes to complete. The reason why we use tests is to ensure a solid and fair recruitment process focusing on potential for the position we are hiring for rather than your CV. If you proceed, the next step is a telephone interview and later on a behavioural descriptive interview that will be through Teams with Lisette Lind, Talent Acquisition Manager and Emma Brodin, Group Consultant Payroll Manager. For our final candidate, we would love to invite you to the office for a fika with Emma and our coworker Maria to get to know you better and show you around the office.
As our selection process is continuous, please apply as soon as possible but no later than the 12th of May.
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