Full Time Payroll Officer £18,000 pa

Shaw Healthcare
£18000 per annum
20 Apr 2017
20 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Shaw Healthcare are currently recruiting a Payroll Office to join our team in headoffice based in St Mellons.

You will be supporting our services and employees (around 4000 staff across the UK)


  • To assist in the provision of a comprehensive professional payroll service to Shaw healthcare Group and all subsequent companies.
  • To be fully conversant with current payroll legislation.
  • To ensure all employees are paid accurately and on time.
  • To ensure all contractual and statutory obligations are met on a monthly basis.
  • To ensure security and confidentiality of employee information at all times.
  • To ensure that statutory obligations on payments are met on a monthly basis, ie Inland Revenue, Pension and Attachment of earnings.


  • To ensure all payroll deadlines are met on a monthly basis as per payroll timetable.
  • To process timesheets and relevant data for all services allocated within the team.
  • Import all information for Starters, make amendments to salaries and process leavers on a daily basis up to payroll cut off, ensure that the appropriate security measures are taken.
  • Input absence information, checking validity, on a daily basis up to payroll cut off, ensuring that the HR Ccordinators are informed of any staff governed by the Management of Absence Policy.
  • To record and calculate payments for SSP, and Company Sick Pay as per the employee's contract of employment in conjunction with current SSP regulations where applicable.
  • To record and calculate payments for SMP, and Company Maternity Pay as per the employee's contract of employment in conjunction with current SMP regulations notifying staff of necessary paperwork required to ensure timely payment. This may also apply to SPP and SAP.
  • To ensure Attachment of Earnings payments are accurately calculated and recorded.
  • To calculate and process mileage claims in line with the Company expense policy. (Inland Revenue approved rates scheme).
  • Respond to all telephone enquiries in a professional and helpful manner, resolving all queries within 24 hours.
  • Ensure all of the current month's paperwork is scanned/filed as per the department procedure before commencing the following months payroll processing.
  • To carry out, where applicable, any ad hoc tasks in pursuit of department efficiency.
  • To complete month end tasks for, Union, Journal, A.O.E and any additional jobs as per directions given by the Manager or Deputy Manager.
  • To ensure payments are made to the relevant bodies, i.e, Local Authorities and County Courts by the relevant payment dates.
  • To review and identify training needs to ensure a full understanding of current legislation.
  • Be aware of conditions of service, policy and procedures and ensure these are reflected in current payroll practice