Due to phenomenal growth, our client has a new position for a Payroll Officer:
£26,000 – £31,000 per annum
Our client is growing and dynamic transport business.
·Responsible for the collating of monthly payroll data
·Administration for extra payments and deduction claims, e.g. overtime
·Pay inputs for two monthly payrolls
·Being the first point of contact for payroll and pensions related queries
·Maintaining all payroll information and records, including maternity, paternity and sick pay
·Submission of payroll data: To the FD for authorisation and submission to BACS; To HMRC – monthly and year end RTI, plus ad hoc.
·Absence and holiday monitoring and reporting
·Monthly pension submission to the approved company schemes
·Keeping the pensions records for new starters and leavers up to date
HR – general HR administration
·Obtain/provide references: For new starters and previous employees
·Preparation of HR documents including contracts, offer letters and variation to contracts.
·Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal skills, able to develop and maintain working relationships and credibility across the company
·Confidence and experience to work with people at all levels, both internal and external
·Flexibility, determination, enthusiasm and the ability to cope well under pressure. It is vital that the candidate works with a high level of accuracy and has great attention to detail.
·Ability to work on your own initiative and to be pro-active, operating as part of a team, getting things done in the most effective way to suit the business.
·Time management skills, able to work on more than one project at a time and meet deadlines
·Computer literacy and familiarity with the Microsoft suite of software to intermediate level in Word, Excel and Outlook and experience of HR software systems.
·The ability to undertake numerical calculations in regards to annual leave and gross salary.
Due to the volume of responses we typically receive, we will only be responding to shortlisted candidates. All applicants must have the legal right to live and work in the UK.