Payroll Supervisor

Recruiter
Recsmart
Location
Sheffield
Salary
£21,000 to £23,000 per annum
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
02 Nov 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Payroll Supervisor Department: Accounts Reports to: Accounts Manager Salary: £21,000 to £23,000 per annum Location: Sheffield Based - S3 9PE Overview of Position One of our clients has an opportunity for a motivated and highly organised individual to join the Finance Team as a Payroll/Accounts administrator. This is a permanent position with a salary dependent on skills and experience and comes with excellent career and personal development opportunities. Extensive on-the-job training will be provided, however, it is expected that the successful applicant will already be computer literate in Word, Excel & Sage Payroll and Sage 50 accounts and will have experience in a similar role. The successful candidate will be organised and possess an eye for detail as well as being a quick learner able to work at speed in a fast paced environment. The role requires excellent written and verbal communication skills to work with figures and deal with employee/client queries. You will possess both an excellent attitude and aptitude for this role and be focused on developing a successful career within a busy finance department. Accountabilities & Main Duties In this role you will: - To be responsible for the day to day running of an effective and efficient Payroll service which includes fortnightly wages and Monthly salaries, pension and expenses administration and operation - with due regard to employment legislation and business policies and procedures. - Plan and organise workload to ensure that weekly and monthly payrolls are delivered on time, providing additional cover for absent colleagues as appropriate. - Process fortnightly and monthly payrolls without supervision in accordance with payroll policies and procedures, employment/client policies and procedures, and statutory regulations. - Develop and maintain a comprehensive knowledge of complex statutory HMRC Regulations (e.g. tax, national insurance, statutory sick/maternity pay, tax credits, student loans, statutory paternity/adoption leave, court orders etc). - Assist in the preparation of Annual Returns to the Inland Revenue and DSS, ensuring all deductions are correctly calculated and paid over to the appropriate organisation - Provide an effective pension administration service, ensuring that all operations are carried out within the financial regulations, pension scheme rules and audit requirements. - To continually review existing processes and systems, with a view to innovate new practices, develop new or improved procedures and recommend and implement changes leading to best practice operations. - To critically review existing payroll, benefits and tax procedures, in collaboration with HR and Finance where appropriate, making practical and value-added recommendations - To act as a key point-of-contact with payroll queries. - Assist in any other duties that may be required from time to time for the smooth running of the department. - Carry out general office duties as filing, scanning, photocopying. - Carry out other duties consistent with the job-holder's knowledge and skills which are necessary for the satisfactory completion of contracts or business goals. PERSON SPECIFICATION Education and Experience: - Desirable - AAT qualified ideally to level 4. - Desirable - GCSE in English & Maths at level C or above (or equivalent). - Essential- At least 3 years previous payroll and accounts experience. - Essential - be up to date with current PAYE legislation and have an understanding of Auto Enrolment pensions with the ability to efficiently use payroll software. - Essential - Be proficient in the use of Sage 50 payroll, MS Excel and Word. Key competencies: - Strong communication skills - Strong numerical skills - Independence and commitment. - Team working skills. - Ability to work under pressure - Ability to work autonomously and use initiative to resolve issues, but escalate problems or questions as appropriate Ref. code: ParSupFme
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