Help shape the next generation of ecommerce for the next generation of consumer.

About the role

The Director Global Payroll is responsible for leading the strategic direction of and building a strong foundation for our payroll function for over 1,000 employees (and growing) across the globe. This is an opportunity to build a team and lead, coach, drive, and inspire the team in their professional development at a rapidly growing pre-IPO marketplace company. This person will also drive oversight globally to ensure compliant, timely and accurate pay for employees in all countries.  The Director will assist the company in its IPO readiness efforts by establishing governance and controls, managing vendor and audit relationships, and ensuring the overall success of the payroll team through training and development. 

This is a high impact role with significant leadership accountability and key partners in our Finance, HR and Legal organizations.

What you will do

  • Provide strategic leadership for global payroll operations.

  • Ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations - monitoring state, provincial, and local registrations for payroll taxes, local health and unemployment insurance.

  • Partner with HR and Legal to manage stock-based compensation processing in payroll, including option exercises, and RSUs and ESPP in the future, for proper income reporting and tax withholding.

  • Ensure all payroll related tax filings are done timely and accurately, including the set-up of new accounts with various federal and state and local agencies as required; Work with tax agencies and payroll service providers to resolve tax issues.

  • Drive payroll SOX / 404 controls documentation and compliance, with a focus on continuous improvement of the control environment and processes including end-to-end process approach, ensuring audit steps and instructions in place for all payroll activities with clearly identified hand-offs and recording.

  • Build, define and implement standards, quality measures, critical metrics and lead team and vendors to deliver services to build a strong foundation for the needs of today and the future.

  • Ensure we have robust plans for monthly and year-end activities and banking, payment reconciliation with local Government agencies.

  • Drive ongoing process optimization and continuous process improvement to ensure that efficiency and effectiveness measures are met.

  • Develop strong partnership with Finance, Accounting and HR functional areas to ensure holistic delivery of payroll outcomes (tax, compliance, reporting, etc.).

About You

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in payroll operations in growing global exempt and non-exempt employee organization

  • Bachelor’s Degree a plus
  • Minimum of 5 years of people leadership experience

  • CPP designation a plus

  • Workday experience a plus

  • Strong vendor management experience working with Workday for in-house payroll, and SafeGuard for global payroll

  • Experience with Accounting month-end close process and GL software, including recording journal entries, knowledge of how payroll transactions affect the GL, and ability to reconcile Payroll accounts

  • Comprehensive understanding of country-level legislation and regulations

About Us

Our global platform offers unprecedented access to current culture while our data-driven, bid-ask model provides buyers with the real-time visibility to know they’re getting a fair price. And, unlike other ecommerce sites, StockX hand-checks every purchase (20,000+ daily trades) at one of our regional authentication centers.

StockX’s special formula has rocketed the company to a multibillion dollar valuation, with 10M+ lifetime trades on the platformmore than half of those coming in the last year. And we’re just getting started.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by job holders within this job. However, this job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position. StockX reserves the right to amend this job description at any time.

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