On the website of the Catholic Schools Office www.lism.catholic.edu.au/employment/employment-information/   the application of the relevant provisions of the company agreement and rewards, the agreement on working practices, CSO guidelines and procedures regarding the pay slip data to be imitated in the new system. Applications are invited by suitably qualified individuals for the following position: the role is based on supporting the development of the Payroll implementation project for a new HRIS/Payroll software system for the Catholic Schools Office (CSO) Lismore.  assessment of unusual circumstances, discrepancies and incomplete or contradictory data, and discuss possible solutions with the relevant staff. Please contact payroll & Staffing Consultant, Shawn Hore via [email protected] or (02) 6622 0422. Please send a statement that addresses the selection criteria (as described in the full description of the position) as well as your curriculum vitae and the contact details of two references: [email protected] In close collaboration with payroll Project Lead, in order to ensure the successful migration of data to the new HRIS / Payroll system, the tasks of the successful candidate include: Child protection legislation requires that preferred candidates: Employment review.  Initiate contact with internal staff to discuss and resolve issues.  Application of current knowledge in payroll and other related systems to collect, organize and verify the data that will be integrated into the new system.  Participation in discussions about business practices that may require changes, discussions or decisions. Catholic education in the Diocese of Lismore is a long-standing provider of education on the north coast of New South Wales. 46 Catholic elementary and secondary schools that operate in all major urban centres and in many small towns, from Tweed Heads to Laurieton. All Catholic schools strive to offer a complete and quality formation in a welcoming and safe environment. Applications must be received by 9 a.m.m. .

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