EMEA Payroll Specialist

Jump Crypto

Jump Crypto

Accounting & Finance
London, UK
Posted on Thursday, April 11, 2024

Jump Trading Group is committed to world class research. We empower exceptional talents in Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science to seek scientific boundaries, push through them, and apply cutting edge research to global financial markets. Our culture is unique. Constant innovation requires fearlessness, creativity, intellectual honesty, and a relentless competitive streak. We believe in winning together and unlocking unique individual talent by incenting collaboration and mutual respect. At Jump, research outcomes drive more than superior risk adjusted returns. We design, develop, and deploy technologies that change our world, fund start-ups across industries, and partner with leading global research organizations and universities to solve problems.

The EMEA Payroll Specialist operates in a high growth environment and demonstrates the ability to partner across the firm to ensure a positive employee total rewards experience. This position within the global HR team is uniquely centered with major involvement in the EMEA HR function, ensuring all processes are executed appropriately in a timely manner within a high-touch environment, while maintaining an emphasis on efficiency and technology automation.

What You’ll Do:

  • Successfully process & deliver accurate payroll services across our EMEA locations and in compliance with local laws and reporting requirements.
  • Partner with the Global payroll team on processing that affects multiple regions including expatriate payroll and bonus payroll processing.
  • Preparation and submission of all EMEA leaver and year-end tax documents.
  • Manages third party payroll vendors; provides regular feedback to ensure quality payroll standards at all times.
  • Interpret and communicate new legislation impacting payroll; manage compliance updates and employee communications as needed.
  • Oversee EMEA region for ongoing payroll transformation project.
  • Partner with EMEA & Global HR team on operational efficiency for areas impacting payroll including benefits, global mobility, and leavers.
  • Provide back up support to US payroll processing as needed.
  • To be the Workday Infrastructure Expert for the region.
  • Utilize HRIS (Workday) for accurate payroll processing including data auditing and report creation.
  • Monitor and troubleshoot integrations related to EMEA payroll processing.
  • Represent the EMEA HR team during bi-annual Workday release updates; review new configuration and share with team potential enhancements.
  • Proactively review tenant set up and Business Processes to determine if workflow is accurate for the region.
  • Identify and implement enhancements and controls around processes in HRIS and payroll systems.
  • Other duties as assigned or needed.

Skills You’ll Need

  • Ability to multi-task with multiple imperative deadlines.
  • Can be flexible across working time zones.
  • Ability to handle highly sensitive and confidential employee information in a professional manner.
  • Strong ability in analyzing tax problems, maintaining controls necessary to meet all regulations.
  • Reliable and predictable availability

Role Requirements

  • At least 4+ years’ experience in payroll and HRIS functions (on a regional or global team)
  • Workday experience.
  • Knowledge of any other European languages is a bonus.
  • Experience with external vendor management requiring good relationship building and interpersonal skills.
  • Interest in supporting and developing into multiple areas of the global Human Resources team.

Benefits include:

  • Private Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
  • Travel Medical Insurance
  • Group Pension Scheme
  • Group Life Assurance and Income Protection Schemes
  • Paid Parental Leave