Payroll Supervisor

StepChange Debt Charity
From £26,000 to £30,000 per annum depending on experience
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
You can help us create a society free of problem debt.

We’re the UK’s leading debt advice charity, with 1,500 colleagues, over 200,000 clients, and over £4.2 billion debt under management. For 25 years we’ve provided advice and a comprehensive range of practical and effective solutions to help over 2 million people get their finances in shape and their lives back on track.

What we do and the people who work here are what make this place so rewarding. You’re not just doing a job; you’re making a genuine positive difference to people when they need it most.

We're currently recruiting for a Payroll Supervisor to ensure that the Charity’s payroll is processed in an accurate and timely manner on a monthly basis.

We’re looking for an ambitious, highly numerate individual with excellent verbal and written communication skills capable of multi-tasking and prioritising workloads, whilst working to strict deadlines.
You’ll be able to demonstrate experience of working within large organisations, preferably with over 1000 employees.

Within the Payroll Supervisor role you’ll be responsible for two direct reports, therefore previous supervisory experience is required along with excellent coaching and mentoring skills.

You'll be required to demonstrate good organisation, communication, decision making and process improvement skills and preferably have experience in working with and manipulating large amounts of data from many different sources. You'll also need to demonstrate up to date knowledge of; HMRC regulations, rates and allowances, RTI, Auto-enrolment, Gender Pay Gap Reporting and Apprenticeship Levy.

Key responsibilities include:

Delivering the completed monthly payroll submission for final review and approval in line with agreed timelines, providing processing support as necessary and allocating workloads as appropriateSupporting the Payroll Manager with review of pay processing work carried out by administrator colleagues, providing training to colleagues as requiredEnsuring compliance with all HMRC regulations in monthly processingMaintaining the system of payroll records and spreadsheets; proactively suggesting improvements to current systems and processes of recording and balancingFormatting and reconciling pension reports, running compliance checks through Aviva AME system and transmitting monthly payments reports to AvivaSupervising payment of all monthly payroll deductions to third parties, eg attachment of earnings, with appropriate backing documentationCollating and reporting payroll processing KPI’s on a monthly basisCarry out monthly 1-1s and annual appraisals in line with the Behavioural FrameworkYou’ll need to be highly organised and enjoy working in a fast paced environment where you'll be required to work flexibly in order to deliver an excellent, end to end Payroll service.

The working hours for this position will be Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, 35 hours per week.

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