Payroll Officer

£18000 - £24000/annum
08 Jul 2017
07 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Location: Canterbury

Salary: 18 - 24k DOE

Type: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Pro-Force Limited, an award winning National Recruitment Agency supplying temporary labour to the agricultural, horticultural and industrial sectors, is looking for a proactive Payroll Officer to join our busy Head Office team based in Canterbury.

Reporting directly to the Financial Manager, this role would suit a flexible, driven individual committed to ensuring excellence in all aspects of their role. Overseeing a busy weekly payroll of 3000+ staff, previous experience with high volume weekly payrolls is essential. Working with a team of two payroll personnel and liaising with the Finance team to ensure accurate and timely completion of all payroll related tasks.

The role will involve:

Processing high volumes of new starters & leavers, calculating holiday pay, expenses, preparing payslips and using tax forms, making payroll adjustment’s as is required
Accurate calculation and administration of statutory payments, including SMP, SPP, SSP etc
Providing specialist guidance on a range of pay and tax related matters
Identification and implementation of any legislative, procedural or system changes
Development of innovative solutions to problems and implementing appropriate changes
Liaison with external agencies on complex payroll matters
Any other ad-hoc tasks as is required by the Financial Manager
The ideal candidate will posses:

Sound knowledge of all aspects of payroll legislation
Previous payroll experience, ideally high volume weekly
IT literate, with excellent Excel and Microsoft Office skills
Attention to detail
Numerically literate
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Previous experience with Pegasus Opera is desirable
Payroll qualification is desirable
Please submit your CV today. Interviews week commencing 26th June 2017 for an immediate start.

Pro-Force is an Equal Opportunities Employer. All applicants will be considered on the grounds of their skills and merits, and all applicants will be considered equally regardless of any protected characteristic in accordance with the Equality Act 2010