Charlotte Tilbury Beauty
Founded by British makeup artist, Charlotte Tilbury MBE, in 2013, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty revolutionised the face of the global beauty industry by de-coding makeup application for every person, at any age, with an easy-to-use, easy-to-choose, easy-to-gift range. Today, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty, continues to break records across countries, channels, and categories.
What the job does:
The Global Head of Payroll will lead the UK and EMEA Payroll function and will have an oversight and accountability of all payrolls (in-house and outsourced) for Charlotte Tilbury Beauty.
You will ensure accurate and prompt processing of all inhouse and outsourced payrolls, ensuring compliance with the applicable regulatory environment. This also includes managing the payroll team, internal and external auditor’s requests, ensuring government payroll regulatory compliance, and documenting payroll procedures.
You will lead the relationships with external payroll providers, monitoring performance to ensure a high level of delivery.
You will lead a team of payroll colleagues to operate payroll accurately, on time and to the highest levels of data integrity and confidentiality.
Lead the start to finish processing for the UK and EMEA payrolls ensuring all time frames are met. The countries currently include UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland (with more countries due to launch in 2024).
Working closely with payroll providers or in-house payroll colleagues in countries outside of the UK & EMEA, signing off on all the payrolls to ensure compliance, reporting and accuracy within the regulatory timelines.
Develop and document processes, controls, and governance to ensure global compliance with applicable regulations as they may be amended from time to time.
Ongoing monitoring, reviewing and implementation of improvements to the administration processes for the payroll procedures as necessary.
Responsible for the Year End process, including P60s, P11Ds for all entities, working closely with the Global Reward Team.
Responsible for tracking and monitoring all relevant year end processes globally and ensuring compliance.
Manage risks and develop robust systems of planning and delivering mitigation. You will be the ultimate point of contact for payroll escalations of a critical nature.
Build strong stakeholder relationships across the business, especially with our Finance, Legal and Tax Teams.
Work with Finance colleagues to ensure all payroll journals are up to date and accurate; ensure payroll related taxes and charges are identified and paid on time; support the statutory audit process.
Main point of contact for internal and external auditor’s requests throughout the year globally.
Complete standard and ad hoc reports and other management information; receive and respond appropriately to HMRC and other similar information requests.
Knowledge of EU & UK Tax law and legislation.
Keep abreast of any changes in legislation to ensure that the business is compliant at all times.
Expert in UK & EMEA payroll and compliance requirements, including payroll taxes, NI, reporting and required filings.
Experience processing international payroll and compliance requirements.
Experience with HRIS software and payroll products.
Experience and knowledge of pension regulations, particularly with regards to auto-enrolment.
Advance knowledge of MS Office systems, in particular Excel and PowerPoint.
Experience of building, leading and developing a team of payroll professionals with different levels of expertise.
Experience of managing challenging situations that require rapid action to resolve.
Experience of solving complex issues through analysis and definition of a clear way forward.
Ability to multi-task, particularly under pressure.
Accuracy and thoroughness and attention to detail.
Excellent numeracy and literacy skills.
Ability to identify efficiency improvements to work streams and processes.
Ability to understand and manage processes and associated risks relevant to work stream.
Excellent interpersonal skills and experience of building personal networks at a senior level.
Motivated to work in a fast-paced environment and ability to work to stringent deadlines.
Exceptional organisational and time management skills.
Flexibility. Busy periods may require longer working hours.
Understanding of retail environment and approach issues with a solution-focused and commercially driven mindset.
Retail background is strongly preferential.
Charlotte Tilbury is a fast-paced and dynamic environment where nimble mindsets, striving to deliver the best and wanting to be part of a #dreaamteam are key. Even though we have requirements our experience and background are just a guide, we still love to welcome applicants with more or less experience stated, provided necessary skills can be demonstrated. Even if you don’t tick all the boxes – Apply anyway!
Generous staff discount.
Generous product gifting.
25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
Hybrid, flexible working.
Dog friendly office on Monday and Fridays.
Access to Tilbury Treats - discounts on everything from gym memberships to cinema tickets.
Other fabulous benefits such as life assurance, birthdays off work and pension contribution.
At Charlotte Tilbury, our mission is to empower everybody in the world to be the most beautiful version of themselves. We support this by encouraging and hiring people with diverse backgrounds, voices, beliefs, and perspectives into our growing global workforce. By doing so, we better serve our communities, customers, employees - and the candidates that take part in our recruitment process.
WE WOULD LOVE TO WELCOME YOU TO OUR DREAM TEAM…APPLY TODAY!