Payroll Officer

T2M Resourcing Ltd
Andoversford, UK
14 Sep 2019
19 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
T2M Resourcing are working on behalf of the UK Division of a highly successful company who have an opportunity for a Payroll Officer. Reporting directly to the Head of Accounting you will administer the UK payroll overseeing the managed service relationship with the outsourced payroll provider.

As Payroll Officer key responsibilities will include:
  • First point of contact for employees for salary and payroll queries.
  • Complying to GDPR data regulations.
  • Working closely with the business managers at sites.
  • Working closely with other members of the HR team i.e. HR Officer, Reward & Benefits, Fleet.
  • Ensure the payroll tracker is maintained and updated daily.
  • Responsible for processing, maintaining and updating all payroll processes and payroll records.
  • Works with payroll provider to ensure ad hoc calculations are provided in a timely and accurate manner (e.g. Maternity Schedules, Pro-Rating of Payments etc) and hard copies are scanned (e.g. tax code changes, MAT B1s)
  • Lead and ensure compliance with processing and submitting the monthly payroll to our Payroll bureau.
  • Pre & Post payroll processing, including maintaining payroll information as required:

- Data entry for all processes such as new hire, termination, changes to terms, leave of absence, benefits deductions, etc.

- Tax, National Insurance and Pension deductions

- Gross to net calculation, audit and balancing.
  • Monthly reconciliation and checks of payroll (i.e. payslips, provider reports, late changes etc)
  • Annual administration of payroll processes related to bonus and salary review runs
  • Provide accurate and timely information to ensure payment to third parties or actions followed through (e.g. HMRC, child support, childcare vouchers, court orders, child support etc)
  • Payroll governance and compliance (e.g. RTI, auto-enrolment)

To be successful in the role of Payroll Officer you will have the following skills and attributes:
  • A minimum of 5 years working at senior level
  • CIPP qualified and/or equivalent experience
  • Attention to detail, highly organised and proven to take initiative
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills at all levels
  • Demonstrates ability to improve payroll and related processes
  • Experience of pensions PSA and benefits administration - desirable
  • Experience of working in a busy environment, to targets and within timescales
  • Excellent knowledge of Word Excel and PowerPoint
  • Negotiation skills and the ability to influence people
  • Commercial awareness
  • Strong and proven experience of payroll administration in a managed payroll service environment
  • Experience of payroll/HRIS systems and processes
  • Project management experience within a payroll/benefits environment
  • Prior inhouse payroll system experience

So, what's in it for you?

A competitive salary circa £30,000 and benefits package and the genuine opportunity for career progression.
  • Opportunity to work in an expanding and forward-thinking organisation.
  • Flexible working environment and a supportive culture that will encourage you to reach your full potential.

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