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Opportunity ID - PI0091HC

Posted on 6 Jul 21 3:19 am

Payroll Internship

Internship, Finance, Melbourne

Number of positions available:1

Description

Our client is a Registered Service Provider in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), delivering support services specialising in disability. Our client is fast-growing, dynamic, and quality-driven organisation committed to continuous improvement; working hard to develop, implement and deliver client-goals.

Role Description

During this internship, the intern will gain observational experience:

  • Understand the payroll processing on a weekly, twice monthly, fortnightly & monthly basis
  • Observe how to Create, organise and follow up on time sheets for contractors/support worker staff
  • Learning to sorting out, proper allocation and reconciliations of time-sheet reports on a twice monthly basis for payroll purposes
  • Observe how to process new starters on payroll
  • Learn to update contractors and payroll records, and general administrative tasks
  • Understand the reconciliation of bank statements, PAYG tax, Superfund and payroll reports
  • Learn the Accounts Payable & payments.
  • Review the processing of time-sheets of staff
  • Learn to enter paid invoices against systems such as Xero and other software

Learning Outcomes

During this internship, you will learn the following tasks:

  • Will get experience in processing large volume time sheet data on software system
  • The ability to reconciling invoices against bank account credits on weekly basis
  • Will be able to demonstrate your experience applying multiple awards or an EBA/EA
  • Offer solid experience in payroll processing

 Key Benefits on Offer

  • Fantastic team culture
  • Training & Development and support
  • Potential Job offer at the end of the internship

Essential skills:

  • Be in a position to demonstrate your skills in time sheet processing
  • Proven experience in using Xero accounting software

Right candidate profile:

  • Hard-working, friendly individuals
  • A positive attitude and work ethic
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Be confident in your ability to meet tight deadlines
  • Can do attitude
  • Willingly to go the extra mile to get things done

Eligibility

  • Must be over 18 years of age
  • Must have completed a diploma or advanced diploma or AQF 5 or above in your chosen field of study within the last 2 years
  • Have an IELTS score of 6.0 Overall (and no band less than 6.0) or PTE overall score of 50+*
  • Must be able to commit to a minimum of 3 days per week & 12 weeks period. (duration may vary between 10-12 weeks and can be confirmed by the employer)
  • You must have an Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency OR a valid visa that allows you to work in Australia to be considered for this role
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