Payroll Administrator

Pertemps Birmingham Commercial
12 Feb 2018
15 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
We are currently recruiting for a payroll administrator to work within one of the UK's leading Universities.

The principal role of the job is the day to day management of the operational working of all the University Payrolls, with a particular emphasis on ensuring that deadlines are met and that policy and procedures are adhered to. This involves ensuring that all staff are correctly paid and all statutory returns and enquiries are responded to within acceptable time limits.

Responsible for end-to-end processing of all University and bureau payrolls, including staff expenses, processing all incoming payroll information from a variety of internal and external sources including Human Resources, school and support departments, employees and external agencies (DWP etc)

Responsible for the timely and accurate administration of BACS, PAYE/RTI.

Understand and apply both University and statutory pay regulations, absence payments, flexible benefits and pension schemes including Pension Auto-enrolment.

To calculate and raise ad-hoc payments as required in accordance with University procedure.

Provide support and advice to all service customers including staff, pensioners, and third parties via telephone, letter, email and face to face.

Undertake other payroll duties as required by the Payroll Manager, including providing holiday cover for team members.

Maintain up to date and comprehensive guidance notes on payroll processing.

Experience/Skills Required
Experience in a payroll department including provision of a full payroll service manual calculations, salary sacrifices, flexible benefits and numerous pension schemes.

Experience and knowledge of integrated HR and payroll systems.

Experience of producing/processing payroll without supervision.

Experience of and understanding of HR procedures/terms and conditions of employment and how they relate to pay.

Ability to work with sensitive information and treat this confidentially in line with the requirements of Data Protection Act

Knowledge of Government statutory legislation including taxation, NI, SSP, SMP, SPP, P45s/P46s.

Knowledge of tax legislation in relation to expense claims
Knowledge of employment legislation including Working Time Directive and National Minimum Wage.

Ability to work as part of a team and to contribute to outstanding team performance.

Ability to prioritise work and balance short term and medium/long term tasks within a fast paced environment

If you are interested in this role please apply

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