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Payroll Administrator

£23000.00 - £25000.00

Job Description

An excellent opportunity has arisen to join one of the UK’s largest and most successful Security and Facilities Management Companies as Payroll Administrator, working at the Company’s head office in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside.

You will need to have previous experience in a payroll.

Salary: £30,000.00 per annum.

What the role is:

As Payroll Administrator you will be responsible for the timely and accurate processing of payroll and ensure all aspects of payroll are dealt with in compliance with legislation and in a timely manner.

What we need from you - skill base requirements:

The successful Payroll Administrator will have previous experience in payroll and be willing to enter an environment where they will be tested through the high demand of the role. A high level of problem solving and attention to detail will be crucial. In house experience in a high volume payroll environment - this is essential!

  • Knowledge of all aspects of payroll processing and HMRC/legislative requirements.
  • Strong organisation, planning and time management skills with high attention to detail and an ability to plan and prioritise to meet timescales and deadlines
  • Problem solving skills/ability to deal with all payroll challenges as they arise.
  • Experience working with ADP or a similar payroll provider an advantage

What you will be doing and how to achieve success

  • Running payroll from start to finish
  • Working with ADP to process monthly payroll for 2,500 employees
  • Dealing with queries for SMP, SSP, TAX & NI
  • Handling of payroll queries for employees and direct line managers
  • Processing starters and leavers
  • Completing routine payroll data entry on systems
  • Attachment of earnings process
  • Auto-Enrolment and Pension assessment including submissions to the workplace pension scheme
  • Processing confidential data and applying updates
  • Ensuring the verification and validation of data

Job conditions include:

  • Standard hours 40 per week, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm with additional hours as the job may at times require;
  • On-site parking;
  • Pension;
  • 20 days holiday plus Bank Holidays.

 

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