Travelling has always been a passion of mine, I have visited many European countries, such as Germany, Spain, Czech Republic etc. I’ve traveled extensively in the UK. Apart from Europe and UK, I’ve also traveled to Egypt, Mexico, Cayman Islands, Thailand, United States, Mozambique, Lesotho, Swaziland and so on. I love how each country has a very specific culture, I make sure that when I travel, I can speak some of the native language to help me do the basics and show respect to the locals. I make sure that I learn the Do’s and Don’ts of the countries. During my time in Thailand, I traveled through Northern Thailand from Village to Village, learning their culture, learning cooking techniques etc. My trips through Rural areas in Thailand as well as Africa has been one of my greatest trips and passions in life.
I hope to get the opportunity to teach English.
I don't have a Degree although I feel that I still have a lot to offer in experience during my travels and the very long list of Certificates as well as a Diploma that I have. I grew up on a farm and my Mom was a single parent, so we didn't have money to study after high school. I couldn't afford to study full time because that would mean that I couldn't financially contribute enough to support my family. Although, once I earned enough money, I studied part time what I could afford and would not interfere too much with my full time job.
I hope that you would still take the time to go through my CV and consider me for a teaching position.
My fiancee is also busy with her TEFL course and we are hoping to be placed together. She has a Bachelors Degree and will finish her TEFL course very soon.
Looking forward to a new adventure.
|Last Resume Update||September 12, 2019|
|Address||Sandton, South Africa|
Group Payroll Manager
Full Function payroll.
I deal with companies on BCEA and MEIBC contracts.
With the metal industries, unions follow suit. I am currently managing 9 different unions, liaising with Shop Stewards, attending meetings and occasionally negotiations.
Mid-Year and Tax Year End submissions (EMP201, EMP501 reconciliations)
ETI reconciliations and monthly maintenance.
Adhoc Finance Reporting.
VIP Premier administration, submissions and maintenance.
SAGE 300 People administration, submissions and maintenance.
Liaising with Timekeepers on site.
Checking and approvals of wage reports.
Submissions to Eskom and Sasol for invoicing purposes.
Third Party payments, reconciliations, submissions and maintenance.
Liaising with the Department of Labor.
Checking and submissions of Wage Reports.
Managing Overtime and Allowances sent through for processing and payment.
Managing Bio-metric Clocking Machines, maintenance of clocking machines and submissions of clocking to be compared to hours sent through per employee.
Enforcing labor law and MEIBC agreements.
Managing increases for both wages and salaries.
Managing and checking of Medical Aid deductions and contributions.
Managing and checking of Life insurance deductions and contributions.
Maintaining site stability and ensuring no strikes occur because of payroll.
Liaising and leading payroll administrators.
Ensuring employee employment health.
Liaising and dealing with site managers, operations managers, HR managers, HR director and other managers.
Many other adhoc duties not mentioned above. The above duties are daily/monthly duties. Because of the industry constantly changing, these duties and other duties are adjusted accordingly.
Full Function payroll.
I deal with companies on BCEA and MEIBC contracts.
I work on ODBC on a daily basis.
While being the payroll supervisor for TMS, I also administer part of the payroll myself due to staff shortages. When it comes to time management, it needs to be quite precise to be able to get through the work and leaving sufficient time for checking as well as month end reporting.
Flexi files are run to be imported to SAP, I check that all GL codes are correct and balance to Co Recon and Costing Reports. I do all balance sheet files for TMS Wages, balance GL Reports to adhoc payroll reports for the accountants and show reconciling items to be resolved.
Loading payments on the bank.
Loading, processing and balancing of garnishees as well as other third party payments.
Liaising with site personnel and timekeepers on a daily basis.
Exporting hourly files from KLOG (Biometric Clocking System) and importing into VIP (leave batches as well as hourly batches).
Running and maintaining all verification and duplicate reports.
Maintaining VIP and running test files for new companies going on KLOG, then setting up the system to import the hours, this includes setting up the methods of calculations.
Implementing of company policy and ensuring this is followed in all HR and payroll procedures.
Some of the companies I administer are on MEIBC, I oversee and process the relevant documentation and balance reports for payment with third parties. Export files are sent to MIBFA on a monthly basis.
Checking and balancing of all TMS wage payrolls for release (around R19 000 000.00 for a 4 week period and around R22 000 000.00 for a 5 week period).
I have good leadership skills and like to teach payroll if I can, as I have done in my current position. I currently have 3 administrators reporting to me. I also communicate daily with all timekeepers and HR representatives on site. We currently have 9 different sites including some of the larger corporations in South Africa.
I am a self starter and a goal driven individual.
I am currently attending an internal Candidate Leadership Development Program, we have covered Situational Leadership, Managing Conflict, Problem Solving and decision making, Management VS Leadership, Emotional Intelligence as well as how to Become a Team Builder, Environmental awareness and Sustainability amongst many other items.
One of the payroll companies I administered was based in Tanzania.
I've worked on BIM on a monthly basis, the report exporting to excel as well as report settings but are willing to learn more about this feature.
I set up and process transfer schedules on a monthly basis.
I liaise with 5 separate HR divisions and process what is needed.
Payslip printing and Infoslips (separate company) are one of the monthly task.
Since making backups is essential before exporting salaries as well as sending an extract of a backup to infoslips, I make this one of my top priorities.
Starting a new period on VIP from a payroll point of view has to be carefully thought through and my perfection streak comes in handy when proceeding with this function.
Adding and terminating employees are part of the basic payroll functions that I have mastered. As this is the basis of payroll administration, this need to be done with precision.
Liaising with Clients and Management.
Identify the Clients needs and advising them accordingly.
Reaching Financial Targets / Quotas for the team.
Admin for Domestic & Financial Affairs.
Health and Physical Care Management.
Doing of all Subcontractor Payments totalling 50 or 60 million rand a month. Then I’m paying round about 150 Subcontractors for individual contracts, each contract totalling to about R600 million.
Monitoring of Retention accounts as well as contra charges and making sure contra charges gets taken off each and every month.
Doing of all Labour only Subcontractors every fortnight. Plasterers, bricklayers etc totalling R700 000.
Balancing of Trial Balance. Balancing Ledgers to Creditor statements.
Monthly cost reports on each contract.
Monthly monitoring of Resource codes and expense accounts.
Liaising with contract managers and site foreman on cost of contracts and allocations thereof.
Liaising with all suppliers and subcontractors on a monthly basis regarding payments, balancing of accounts.
Making sure of no reconciling amounts at the end of each month with suppliers.
Multi tasking in this environment is essential since you have to check 3 different accounts at the same time when printing cheques for example.
All wages fortnightly for ± 90 employees
Buying of all Building materials, ordering of ironmongery and all related materials for building luxury houses
Managing of all Subcontractors and Suppliers on site, making sure the work gets done and following up of poor building practice
Reaching targets with regards to percentage of jobs completed and making sure of schedule followed.
Subcontractors liaise with me upon delivery of goods as timing is of most importance due to rain damage on site.
Organizing holidays, horse races, personal trips around South Africa, buying of vehicles, buying of goods for his horses on his farm.
Answering of all telephones for DKON, forwarding of calls and organizing daily schedules for meetings with Architects and Quantity Surveyors
Answer and manage all calls for my superior, Mrs. Denise Sloan who did the debt collecting for the legal department.
Managing the Archive Room for all the companies,
Organised and re-packed all boxes to accommodate managements needs.
Managing all filing and archiving for Mrs. Sloan.
Help with technical errors on and around the computer such as typing of documents and fixing of pop-up errors.
Shredding of documents and making sure confidentiality is first priority.
arts and crafts, looking after children in summer time while on vacation and shopping for host parents.
High School Senior Certificate