Payroll Administrator

Geoffrey Osborne Limited
£25000 - 30000 Per Annum
15 Apr 2017
15 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Payroll Administrator - Reigate

Osborne is one of the leading construction businesses in the UK with Investors in People Gold status. As a family-owned business, we have the freedom and flexibility to take a different approach. We focus on creating structures and spaces that provide an environment for people to thrive in and solutions for our customers that provide a better experience during the creation. From rail to road, housing to healthcare, however large the project or contract, we know that it is always personal to the people who use it and those that are responsible for it.

We are currently recruiting for a Payroll Administrator to join our finance function based in Reigate. The Payroll Administrator is a newly created role which will provide support to the payroll function and take responsibility for the timely processing of the group payroll, ensuring compliance with all tax and statutory requirements and deadlines. Another key aspect of the role will be to ensure that they uphold the Osborne values at all times.

Other key responsibilities for the Payroll Administrator will include:

- Developing and maintaining collaborative and productive relationships with sector managers and employees, establishing professional credibility.
- Liaising professionally with external bodies, including the Group's auditors and tax representatives.
- Providing a comprehensive payroll service to the business, in line with the Osborne policies, values and any legislative requirements.
- Working to tight monthly and annual processing deadlines, ensuring that confidentiality and security are maintained
- Reconciling payroll balances to the general ledger balances.
- Processing payroll year end tasks including P60's and P35.
- Discussing unusual or complex matters with the Financial Transactions Manager.

The Payroll Administrator will have the following skills and experience:

- Have worked in a core payroll position within a group finance function.
- Has demonstrable knowledge of current legislation.
- Strong interpersonal skills, both verbal and written.
- Has a proactive and problem solving approach to everyday challenges.
- Strong organisational skills with good attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure.

If this sounds a lot like you and your approach to your work is the same as ours, we would love to hear from you. If we end up working together, we will give you a great environment to work in with real opportunities for you to shine, deliver great work and develop your career, whatever stage it`s at, as well as a great rewards package that gives you security and recognises your contribution.

Due to the nature of the work that Osborne are involved in, additional criminal record checks maybe required to carry out particular roles. This will be clarified during the interview process.

Osborne is an equal opportunities employer.