Payroll Administrator

We are seeking a seasoned Payroll Administrator to join our fantastic Human Resources team at our Head Office at our Central London location. Worked with CoreHR? Bonus! Please carry on reading……..

Duties & Responsibilities….

  • Management of payslips and other documentations such as P45, P11D & P60
  • Calculating and processing all statutory payments and entitlements in accordance with the current legislations
  • Retaining appropriate records as per HMRC and audit requirements
  • Liaising with and making prompt returns to external bodies such as HMRC, DWP, National Statistics Office, Child Support Agencies etc.
  • Ensuring compliance with the taxation of employee benefits
  • Advising and dealing with HR, managers and employees queries in an efficient manner
  • Running monthly reports and perform data cleansing exercises to maintain the integrity of the CoreHR system’s data
  • Provision of advice on payroll matters to staff
  • Comply with established procedures concerning the recording of staff absence
  • Undertake established procedures in relation to payroll corrections
  • Responsible for administering confidential information and ensuring compliance of Data Protection Act
  • Compose and prepare complex reports using various formats for internal and external use
  • Ensure that payroll department meets and where possible exceed expectations in accordance with any agreed Service Level Agreements
  • Administer payroll information efficiently on a computerised payroll software (CoreHR)
  • Working with the HR Shared Services Manager to improve current processes
  • Plan, identify and highlight any payroll needs/ issues which would affect the smoother running of the department to management
  • Running monthly reports and perform data cleansing exercises to maintain the integrity of the system data
  • Providing a high level of customer service to all internal customers

Skills & Experience…

  • Previous experience of working in a fast paced payroll / shared service environment using computerised payroll software (ideally CoreHR)
  • An ability to perform manual payroll calculation
  • Experience of manually calculating statutory payments
  • A strong working knowledge of applications such as Word and Excel with experience using spreadsheets and databases including V Look-Ups and Pivot tables
  • Experience of manually checking Tax and NI contributions
  • Understanding of ongoing legislative changes which affect payroll
  • Assisting with and understanding of all HMRC submissions, such as RTI, P11D & PSA
  • Experience of preparing monthly payroll journals
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines
  • Organised, logical and methodical approach
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Flexibility. Busy periods may require longer working hours.
  • Attention to detail
  • A high degree of mathematical numeracy
  • Did we mention CoreHR expertise?