Payroll Clerk

£15000 - £18000 per annum
15 Apr 2017
15 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Ambridge Harris are recruiting for a Bristol based client who are looking for a Payroll Clerk. You will be responsible for inputting data to help with the production of the monthly payroll on their payroll system for different companies. This will include setting up new employees and calculating any pro rata payments. You will also be responsible for the continual maintenance of employee records and updating payroll records by entering payments, deductions, job titles, address changes, bank details and department changes/ transfers. You will also prepare reports and summaries, perform checks and reconciliations as well as having regular liaison with the HR department.

The role will provide you with a great exposure to all aspects of the payroll function, where you will be able to develop first hand experience and knowledge. Full training and support will be available, including opportunities to access webinars and seminars to increase your knowledge. As a Company they support their employees with any continual development or courses that may benefit them within their role and assist with personal development and achievement.

The role is full time working 35 hours a week, Monday to Friday. Working 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Experience / Skills needed for the Role

Previous payroll experience would be helpful, but is not essential as they will provide you with full on the job training. However, you should be able to demonstrate a high level of data entry skills, attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness. You will need to be competent using excel and word, as well as being able to learn systems quickly. You must be an effective communicator and be able to concisely liaise with HR, having a high regard for sensitivity and confidentiality. We are looking for an individual that is conscientious, committed and willing to learn and develop their skills.

You will have proven ability to prioritise and work in an organised, methodical way whilst adopting a flexible approach to your work. You will have good numerical skills, with a Maths GCSE grade C or above (or equivalent).

Your Benefits

They recognise that their continued growth and success is the direct result of the contribution of their staff. The company positively encourage staff to progress and develop within the Company, and have often funded courses and training as well as support fees for membership / professional bodies on your behalf; subject to length of service and availability. They will provide you with the skills and training to perform your role as well as help you achieve your career goals.

You will get 25 days holiday, rising to 27 days with length of service, plus an additional 8 days for bank holidays and further office closures, all on a pro rata basis. There are also various flexible benefits which include a cycle to work scheme, pension, health screening and life insurance. They also have a company bonus scheme, an active social committee and support various charities/ fundraising events across the UK.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore if we have not responded to your application within five days please note that on this occasion your application has not been successful

Ambridge Harris is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Ambridge Harris will not discriminate on unlawful grounds.