Payroll & Administration Officer

Recruiter
Paul Mitchell Associates
Location
Coalville
Salary
20000.0000
Posted
18 Mar 2017
Closes
17 Apr 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Payroll & HR Administration Officer

Our client is a successful manufacturing company, part of an international group.

Job Purpose:
The Payroll & Administration Officer is accountable for all aspects of payroll and HR administration, in line with company policy and legal obligations including all HMRC reporting both in year and end of year, including P11d and PSA, along with providing general finance administrative resource to support the sales, purchasing and general ledgers

This includes:
1. Accurate input of data into the payroll system to ensure that appropriate employee starter/contractual variations/contractual benefits/leaver details, gross payments, PAYE income tax, National Insurance (N.I.), pensions and other deductions are correctly set up and calculated in accordance with statutory and contractual requirements.

2. Accurate input of regular/ad-hoc payroll adjustments (e.g. bonus, commission, overtime etc.) by the required deadlines.

3. Ensure the monthly payrolls are processed accurately and committed on time in accordance with pre-agreed timelines.

4. Ensure administration of the company pension schemes including NEST, update online portals, make changes as and when required. Manage the auto-enrolment requirements.

HR Administration

1. Process all new starters and leavers including production of employment contracts, induction packs, reference requests, company handbooks, leaver letters and calculate accrued annual leave entitlement.

2. Create and maintain all employee personnel files, ensuring archiving of leavers and cleansing of information held in line with the Data Protection Act.?

3. Administer all employee benefits including but not limited to Life Assurance, Private Health care, salary sacrifice schemes etc.

4. Maintain and update the time and attendance system (TMS) and produce statistical information to SLT on a monthly basis.

5. Update TMS with absence information.

6. Ensure administration of the company pension schemes and private health schemes, liaise with the providers and the review company policy in line with legislation changes.

Minimum Requirements

* Experience of using FREEDOM / SAP is advantageous, however, extensive experience of any computerised payroll system is essential.
* Proven ability to work effectively either as an individual or member of a team
* Knowledge of Revenue and Customs' current legislation e.g. NI rates, statutory payments etc.
* Strong MS Outlook, Excel and Word skills are essential.
* Flexibility with hours and peak periods of work is essential.
* Experience of HR administration is desirable although not essential.
* Highly effective organisational and multi-tasking skills.
* Energetic, upbeat professional.
* Ability to work on own initiative, as well as part of a team.
* Able to work in dynamic, fast paced, competitive environment.