Payroll Coordinator

Search Consultancy
11 Jan 2018
12 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Payroll Coordinator

A brand new opportunity has arisen in the Liverpool Head Office for an expert Payroll Coordinator to manage the full end to end payroll process for a large nationwide retail company. In this role you will have a varied work load and manage the smooth running of multiple weekly and monthly payrolls. This position is suitable for someone with excellent attention to detail, an excellent understanding of the payroll function and being confident and self motivated with a can do attitude. The position requires someone who is adaptable to managing payrolls for a multisite organisation as well as the ability to remain calm whilst working to tight deadlines.

As the Payroll Coordinator you will be responsible for:

* Accurate and timely payments of UK wages and salaries (weekly and monthly)
* Ensuring all data in the Payroll system is secure, backed up and fully compliant with the latest updates
* Ensure that all new starters and leavers of the company are processed in the correct manner
* Processing the weekly and monthly payments on time via BACS
* Working out tax and national insurance deductions
* Calculating overtime, bonuses and expenses and manually calculate when required
* Produce P45's, cheques and payslips for all leavers, and send out in a timely manner
* Send all relevant employee forms to HMRC via the web, to include but not limited to P46, P60, P11D
* Carry out required tasks for auto-enrolment and company pension scheme enrolment to ensure information is received by the pension providers within the required time frames
* Managing statutory payments including maternity, paternity, adoption or sickness pay
* Accurately prepare calculations for salary advances for businesses as and when required
* Completion of month end reconciliations and submissions for allocated payrolls, including full payment submission to HMRC
* Prepare and provide all relevant information to Auditors during annual audit process
* Keep up to day with new payroll legislation's and best practice methodology, in particular changes highlighted by the HMRC

To be successful in this role you will be:

* A minimum of 2 years payroll experience
* You will be highly organised and be able to prioritise and multi-task
* Excellent attention to detail and timekeeping
* Good interpersonal and communication skills along with being confident to communicate at all levels
* Ability to be flexible, with a systematic and methodical approach

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.