Part-Time Payroll & Benefits Officer
A leading international law firm with an office in London is looking a Part-Time Payroll & Benefits Officer to manager thier payroll and benefits.
With offices in the US, Europe and Asia, the London office provides extensive services with sophisticated practices qualified in both English and US Law. Their highly regarded team works closely with colleagues in Germany, the Americas and Asia and with their correspondent firms across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. With approximately 160 lawyers (including 27 partners), the office has an overall headcount of 210.
To be responsible for the processing of the London Office monthly payroll on a monthly basis. In addition, to assist with the administration of employee benefits and pension provisions.
Essentail Duties & Responsibilities:
To create, implement and document clear payroll and benefits processes
Manage the payroll system
Manage the Firm's Auto-Enrolment Pension scheme and processes
Assist the HR Manager with the administration and management of all benefits
Process the monthly payroll, ensuring accuracy of all payroll reporting to employees, HMRC and other related bodies
Assist the HR Manager with the annual Compensation Year End process
Conduct payroll and benefit induction training for all new joiners
To act as the point of contact and subject matter expert for all payroll, pension and benefit queries from employees.
To undertake any other tasks and responsibilities that reasonably falls within the remit of this position.
Skills & Person Specification:
Solid experience or payroll and benefits is essential
Experience of using payroll systems is essential. Experience of Iris Earnie Payroll would be ideal.
Strong Excel skills (e.g. Lookups and Pivot tables etc)
In-depth and up to date knowledge of payroll legislation
In-depth and up to date knowledge of pensions and auto-enrolment legislation
Ability to interact, professionally and with confidence, with all levels of the firm
Strong communication and client service skills
Ability to build strong working relationships (both internally and externally)
Strong organization and attention to detail
Team player with a 'can do' / positive attitude
Ability to demonstrate flexibility and versatility
23 days holiday increasing by 1 day for every complete year of service up to a maximum of 27 days per year
Private Medical Insurance
Private Dental Insurance
Pension with employer contributions of 3% increasing to 5% after years' service and 10% after 2 years' service
Interest Free Season Ticket Loan
Permanent Health Insurance