HR Payroll specialist Germany | Bilingual EN/DE

  • Düsseldorf
  • Fulltime
  • Bachelor

As Payroll Specialist Germany you define compliant payroll processes in the start up of Coolblue Germany and want to enable the fast growth.

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HR Payroll specialist Germany | Bilingual EN/DE

  • Fulltime
  • Düsseldorf
  • Bachelor

How do I become HR Payroll Specialist Germany at Coolblue?

Do you get energy from designing and building a complete new payroll process for our employees in Germany? Do you get a kick out of building scalable payroll processes from scratch? Are you able to communicate in German and English and are you able to use your expertise to help a Dutch company to build a solid Payroll foundation? Keep reading! Steph will explain how you become the HR Payroll Specialist Germany at Coolblue.

You enjoy doing this

  • Having the opportunity to design compliant payroll processes from scratch.
  • Creating efficient and scalable processes.
  • Being, together with your colleagues of Salary Administration, responsible for all German colleagues receiving the right remunerations.
  • Working with a variety of stakeholders within HR, Legal and Finance, and are  an important part of our growth in Germany.

You recognize yourself in the following

You recognize yourself in the following

  • You have at least 4 years of relevant work experience with German payrolling, salary administration, and developing the processes around it.
  • Your expertise on German law and regulations regarding remunerations is up-to-date.
  • You have a relevant Bachelors degree. You have experience in working in or with an organization operating in Germany, but you also have a clear affinity with the Netherlands, and are able to bridge gaps between both countries.
  • You are willing to educate the Dutch colleagues in the German HR processes, so they can support future developments.
  • You are an expert in Excel.
  • Knowledge and experience with Afas is a plus.

This is what you’re looking for in a job

  • Money.
  • With over 30 training courses in our own Coolblue University, you can become a little better every day.
  • A discount on all our products.
  • Extraordinarily good work environment, including freshly made snacks, monthly drinks, legendary Coolblue parties, awesome team activities, and an informal, playful department.
  • 25 leave days. As long as you promise to come back.
  • Travel allowance and a retirement plan.
  • Room for new initiatives and ideas. We’re always open to those, whether you’ve been with us for a week, month, or a year.
  • Challenging work to fully immerse yourself in, so that you occasionally forget that you’re at work.
  • If you live in Germany, the working conditions are maybe different.
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  • How does Coolblue adhere to the 1.5-meter rule at work?

    We adhere to the recommendations and guidelines of RIVM and the government, of course. This means that all colleagues from the main office work from home as much as possible. The interviews for your application will also take place via video calls.

    We’d be happy to have you at the office on your first day. So we can drink a cup of coffee and get to know each other a little better. At an appropriate distance, of course.

  • Can I keep developing myself?

    Coolblue University: learning at Coolblue, in a different way.

    With over 30 training courses in our own Coolblue University, you can get a little bit better every day. At Coolblue, we go back to school sometimes. But not by sitting there quietly and just listening. The training courses aren't boring, but interactive. You have to do exercises and have discussions with others. At the Coolblue University, we choose what we want to learn, so we can continue to develop en become real experts. For example, a Delivery Driver needs different training courses than a Customer Service Employe and a starter needs different courses than a manager.