Payroll Aministartor

22000.00 - 25000.00 GBP Annual + GBP22000 - GBP25000/annum + Additional Benefits
03 Feb 2017
18 Feb 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Description

Job Title:Payroll Administrator
Reports to:Financial Director

Purpose of Job:
To manage, control and process both weekly and monthly payroll from start to finish. Producing and reconciling payroll reports for payments and deductions and issuing to Managers or third parties.
To assist the HR Team in various areas.

Dimensions:The payroll department forms part of the finance function but also functions alongside HR.
Payrolls Operated
Weekly Payroll - 420 people
Monthly Payroll - 175 people
Company turnover: GBP100m

Key Result Areas:

*Start to End processing of company payrolls
*Collate Payroll information, process, produce reports and journals and file
*Processing P45's, P6's, P60's, P11D's
*Processing all statutory payments - SMP.SSP, SPP, SAP, ShPL
*Inputting all Starters and Leavers
*Reconciling Payroll
*Managing and Controlling a Time & Attendance System (T&A)
*Managing all Holidays and Absences
*Administering the Auto-Enrolment pension scheme
*Managing Company Reward Schemes
*Managing Company Benefits Schemes
*Preparation of all payroll related reports for Managers
*Submitting RTI
*Dealing with queries as they arise
*To work Collaboratively with the HR function to address issues as they arise
*Preparation of Month end reports and pay overs to third parties
*End of year processing and reconciliation including payment summaries
*Assist HR with administration
*Liaising with HMRC and other statutory bodies as necessary

Person Specification

Qualifications and Knowledge
*GCSE Maths and English Grade C or above
*Foundation Payroll qualification (IPM or equivalent)
*Microsoft Office - Excel, Word, Outlook and Power-Point
*Sage 50 Payroll
*Start to end payroll processing
*Manual Calculation of PAYE, Tax and NI
*Processing employee reward schemes and employee benefits
*Managing a Time and Attendance system
*Current Payroll Legislation and HMRC Rules and Procedures
*Full UK Driving Licence

Skills and Experience

*Customer Service Focus
*A high level of accuracy and attention to detail
*Good team-playing skills
*Clear and logical thinking
*Good organisational skills and an ability to work to deadlines
*A respect for confidentiality
*Information collection, analysis and management
*Communication skills - verbal and written
*High Level of numeracy and literacy
*Microsoft Office - Excel, Word, Outlook and Power-Point

Personal Attributes

*Personal Confidence and Assertiveness: Displays a self-belief that instils confidence in others. Prepared to take a calculated risk, being comfortable in their own skin and unafraid to make mistakes and learn from them.

*Communication: Sees communication as a two way process. Makes time to listen and value the opinion of others.

*Problem solving & Decision Making: Often seeks views of others before making a decision. Demonstrates a clear logical approach, considering all aspects before reaching a decision. Ability, determination and persistence to seek out and act on the root cause of an issue.

*Consistent, Reliable & Professional: Highly committed to their work and goes the extra mile when required to achieve results.

*Relationship Builder: Sufficiently self-aware to understand their personal impact on others. Creates an atmosphere of trust and sincerity, treating people honestly with respect.

*Personal Organisation: Has a structured, focused and organised approach to planning and prioritising their work. Uses procedures and appropriate tools to keep on track.

*Technical Knowledge: Demonstrates an in depth understanding of their function and the knowledge required to carry it out. Speaks with confidence and conviction, demonstrating credibility in their job role. Keen to remain up to date and knowledgeable in their area of expertise.

Working Conditions

Office Environment:Head Office
Travel to other operating sites of the company may be required from time to time in fulfilment of this role
Working Hours: 40 Hours
Office Hours: Normally 8.30am to 5.00pm with ?? hour lunch, though there may be some flexibility within the constraints of departmental requirements