Payroll Officer - Part Time

Payroll Officer - Part Time

Job Title: Payroll Officer - Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Nottinghamshire, England
Salary: Up to £25000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 684000647_1583773660
Contact Name: Rachel Hunt
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 09, 2020 17:07

Job Description

A leading manufacturing company in Nottinghamshire is looking for a Payroll Officer to join their team on a part-time basis.

Main purpose of the role:

To assist in providing a comprehensive Gross to Nett payroll & pension administration service to the Group & Regional Payrolls adhering to deadlines to meet business requirements.

Main Responsibilities include:

  • Input information onto the payroll system to enable accurate and appropriate payments.
  • Accurately import and cost Payroll data liaising with the Deputy Payroll Compliance Manager / Payroll Compliance Manager and HR departments to ensure validity of data.
  • Ensure pension deductions are correctly applied and deducted in line with company procedures and auto enrolment.
  • Reconcile and process pension payments on a monthly basis
  • Processing of statutory documentation.
  • Process ad-hoc payment requests via bankline within agreed deadlines.
  • Maintain P11D records for UK businesses
  • Produce information as required for Directors and Non-Exec Directors
  • Assist in the production of up to date reports for all stakeholders so that information is current and accurate.
  • Produce regular ad-hoc statistics and reports, as required, to ensure that accurate up to date information is readily available.
  • Deal with all associated administration tasks to ensure that the payroll function runs smoothly and effectively.
  • Support other team members to ensure the efficiency of the department is met.
  • Communicate effectively, both written and verbal, with all internal and external stakeholders, in line with company policy and procedures.

Experience and attributes:

  • This role requires a person who is organised, able to prioritise work, is flexible, can work to tight deadlines and produce accurate work to a high standard.
  • The role requires the ability to work well with others at all levels throughout the company.
  • Good Excel skills
  • Minimum of two years high level Payroll experience
  • A sound knowledge of HMRC rules and regulations.

If this sounds like you then please apply!

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