HR Payroll Accountant
- Vecsés, Lincoln út 1, 2220 Hungary
- Legal Entity: Robert Bosch Kft.
Do you want beneficial technologies being shaped by your ideas? Whether in the areas of mobility solutions, consumer goods, industrial technology or energy and building technology – with us, you will have the chance to improve quality of life all across the globe.
Welcome to Bosch.
Robert Bosch Ltd. has been established in 1991 in Budapest as part of the Bosch group. Currently more than 2700 colleagues are working here together, most of them within the Engineering Centre Budapest. Besides that, the location serves as the Bosch south-east European sales centre for vehicle parts, vehicle-diagnostic equipment, power tools, thermo technical systems and security technologies. Furthermore, corporate functions are also present, such as finance, controlling, purchasing, communication and human resources.
► Support of the Payroll Topic Owner in various payroll topics
► Participation in process establishment and process optimization for cross-border payroll topics
► Participation in process adjustments under consideration of the respective country law, collective agreements and company agreements
► Collaboration with external partners (e.g. state authorities, social insurance institutions, tax offices)
► Answering complex requests from the Front Office concerning HR Payroll
► Execution of Quality Checks for the payroll process
► Internal communication and information on new topics
► At least 3 years of vocational training as an industrial clerk or similar
► Extensive understanding of HR topics
► Excellent knowledge of written and spoken Romanian and English, additional language is beneficial
► Self organized working within area of responsibility
Your future job location offers you:
flexible worktime options | benefits and services | childcare offers | medical services | employee discounts | various sports and health opportunities | on-site parking | catering facilities | good access to local public transport | room for creativity | urban infrastructure